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Panthers Trademark Tweet Burns Redskins
Unbreakable Trio: Sampson Bros, Waln
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Badger-Two Medicine Saved From Solonex
Tribal Justice on Trial
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Wampanoag Thanksgiving Harvest Menu
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Racism in the Heart of America
Treaty of Canandaigua Rededicated
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Thing About Skins
‘Archipelago of Hope’ Book Project Shares Indigenous Peoples’ Stories of Climate, Resilience
“We have the knowledge that can contribute to finding solutions to the crisis of climate change...
Video: UMass Amherst Ojibwe Language Students Build Birchbark Canoe
Students in Howard Kimewon’s Ojibwe language class at the University of Massachusetts Amherst floated around Puffer’s Pond May 2 in what is believed to be the first birchbark canoe...
Defenders of Sacred Sites Around the Globe Featured in PBS Series
In an opening scene of the documentary Profit and Loss, Mike Mercredi, Athabasca Chipewyan, describes how thrilling it was for his teenage self to get a job driving one of the bigg...
Indigeneity or Ethnicity: A Choice That Could Harm Tribal Identities
Ethnicity and indigeneity are two different forms of cultural identity...
Indigenous Views Video: Hickeys, Cleavage, and Other Pressing Issues
“Hickeys and Cleavage” are the first topics covered in a new online show titled “INDigenous Views” produced by the Lakota Media Project from Manderson, South Dakota, on the Pine Ri...
Riding the Native Wave: Surfing’s Hidden Roots in Peru
When we speak of the contributions indigenous cultures of the Americas have made to the modern world there are almost too many to name...
Dead Mayans Only, Please! Mexico Tourism Driven by Ruins, Shuns Natives
More than a thousand years ago, Mexico’s Caribbean coast was an important point on the Mayan maritime trade route between the Yucatan Peninsula and Central America...
Indian Identity and Assimilation
Indigenous identities have become multiple and more complex, and some more hostile, at the beginning of the 21st century...
Faith and Culture Converge in Native American Christianity
In an editorial posted August 27 on the Huffington Post website, the Rev. Dr. Randy S. Woodley discusses Native American Christianity and how faith affects culture ...
Diversity Nation States May Not Support Indigenous Rights
The United States is known for its capabilities to incorporate the views of dissenting groups into its laws and political culture...
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