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The American Indian Hall of Fame Finds a New Home
The American Indian Athletic Hall of Fame is taking another step forward in its illustrious history by moving its Hall of Heroes into the Loretto Building in Kansas City, Missouri...
NFL Greats Visit Reservations; Speak Out Against ‘Redskins’
America is really ready for some football, but this NFL season opens in the midst of a national firestorm surrounding the Redskins name and its defiant Washington owner, Daniel Sny...
Native Sports Legends Talk About Native Role Models
Lakota elder Billy Mills paused for a moment, reflective, almost as if he was asking a silent prayer for the Creator to guide his words...
Jim Warne’s Seneca Football Camp Encourages Youth to Carry the Elders’ Message
American Indian Hall of Famer Jim Warne’s Warrior Society football camp follows in the footsteps passed down from generation to generation for hundreds of years – elders teaching t...
Former NFL Player Uses Medicine Philosophy in Youth Football Camp
Jim Warne’s NFL playing career wasn’t as illustrious as St...
Why Jim Warne Will Be Pressing Mute Button During Tonight’s BCS Game
When you see it coming -- the tomahawk chop, the chant, the white guy riding in wearing war paint and a ceremonial headdress, waving a war lance – don’t you wish you could close yo...
American Indian Disability Summit: ‘To Boldly Go Where Everyone Else Has Gone Before’
Amputee Fernando Cruz, co-chairman of the summit (By Lee Allen/ARIZONA FREELANCE) “To Boldly Go Where Everyone Else Has Gone Before,” read the buttons of many attendees at the 8th ...
Watch the Senate Committee on Indian Affairs Hearing Archived Webcast
On Thursday, May 5, the Senate Committee on Indian Affairs held an oversight hearing on "Stolen Identities: The Impact of Racist Stereotypes on Indigenous People." There were two p...