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'The Guardian' Is a Symbol for All
Jude Schimmel Honored With 'Jude Song'
SCIA Hearing Highlights Responsibilities
Video Flyover: The Land That Gives Life
Natives Still Here and Caring for Land
Self-Regulation of Class II Gaming
Comanche Boy in Denmark for Next Bout
Leonard Nimoy, My Vulcan Savior
World Out of Balance
Investing in the Future of Tribes
Moon and Jupiter Dance Again
Eating Paleo Starting With Sweet Potatoe
1st Marijuana Conference Creates a Buzz
The Myth of the Post-Racial Society
Arvel Bird: Still Sharing the Love
Tatanka Means' Standup Comedy
Calif. Gaming Conference on Drought
Changing Currents Increased NE Sea Level
3 Alliances Between Africans and Natives
Thing About Skins
Heat, Heart and Hard Rock: Meet The Johnnys
Janet Marie Rogers
Any album that opens with motorcycle sound effects in its first track promises to take you on a fast ride along a wild highway of songs...
'Giving a Shit,' an Idle No More Poem by Janet Rogers
Janet Marie Rogers
The objective of civilizing us Is to make Indian history Become our permanent reality The necessary objective Of Native people is to Outlast this attack, However long it takes To k...
Mohawk Poet Alex Jacobs Discusses 'Got Your Back'
On Got Your Back , a dazzling collection of spoken-word performances, Mohawk poets Janet Rogers and Alex Jacobs ponder the meaning of Indian life in the 21st century, reflect on th...
Native American Heritage Month: 'Love and Protection,' a Poem by Janet Rogers
Love and Protection Love and protection looks like Love looks like War Looks like Protection Looks like Respect Looks like Love looks like Resistance Looks like Trouble looks Like ...
Native American Heritage Month: 'Eleven, Eleven,' a Poem by Janet Rogers
Eleven, Eleven Eleven, eleven, eleven sounds like heaven feels like lucky bones lucky heavy eleven remembering veteran victims nationalism fighting unknown forces standing on stole...
Native American Heritage Month: 'Dis Place,' a Poem by Janet Rogers
Dis Place It takes miles to understand histories so complexxx perspectives so powerful they need three DC museums to tell the same story it appears to be true the more machine gun ...