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The Week That Was: The Big Stories in Indian Country, October 11, 2015
From a California state ban on use of the "R Word" in public schools, to various prizes awarded for Native artistry, the week was a full one, with lots of victories...
Son, Tribe Saddened by Supreme Court Denial of Appeal to Return Jim Thorpe's Remains Home
The pursuit to bring legendary athlete Jim Thorpe’s remains back home to Oklahoma from Pennsylvania based on the Native American Graves Protection and Repatriation Act (NAGPRA) has...
Bring Jim Thorpe Home Campaign Gaining Support After Tribe Petitions U.S. Supreme Court
The campaign to bring the remains of legendary Native athlete Jim Thorpe home is gathering support after lawyers representing Thorpe’s two remaining sons, Bill and Richard Thorpe, ...
NARF Marks another Big Anniversary
The Native American Rights Fund turned 45 years old in 2015...
‘Bring Jim Thorpe Home’ Campaign Begins; His Sons Ask Supreme Court to Resolve Burial Dispute
The “Bring Jim Thorpe Home” campaign launched Wednesday after lawyers for Thorpe’s sons petitioned the U.S...
Running Wild: 5 Native Track Teams of Champions
History tells us that three of the most compelling runners in U.S. Olympic history were Native American...
Jim Thorpe, the Play: Watch a Reading of 'My Father's Bones'
On February 12, a unique event for lovers of theater and Native American history occurred at the Penn Museum in Philadelphia with the staged reading of the play "My Father's Bones,...
5 More Natives Who Should Replace Andrew Jackson on the $20 Bill
In 2012, we spotlighted Andrew Jackson as our top pick for worst U.S. president—because he earned his “Indian Killer” nickname...
Photo: Jim Thorpe Controversy Subject of Play ‘My Father’s Bones’
Controversy Over Jim Thorpe’s Remains Subject of Play Reading, Panel Discussion
Matthew L.M. Fletcher, Turtle Talk
The Penn Museum in Philadelphia will hosts a staged reading of My Father's Bones , a short play by nationally renowned Native American writers and activists Suzan Shown Harjo and M...
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