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NYT Flags Oak Flat: Ultimate Corruption
Warm-Blooded Fish; Apple Watch Dog
Freddie Gray and Baltimore's Urban India
Research Says the Inuit Came from Alaska
Thompson Wins Tewarraton Award Again
Lies Your Maps Tell You: Decolonial Atla
When Justice Doesn’t Work
How to Protect Native Children—and ICWA
John Sayles Seeks Cast for Carlisle Film
SLU Removes Statue of Priest and Natives
Cops Arrest Native Americans Much More
UNDRIP Legislation Fails in Canada
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Mashpee Nine: Fight for Tribal Justice
Connecting Youth and Sacred Places
School Says Native Can Keep Hair Long
Indian Wars Must End Now
Going 60 Without a Driver’s License
Thing About Skins
Congressional Gold Medal Recipient and Code Talker Edmond Harjo Walks On
Edmond Andrew Harjo, a Seminole Nation of Oklahoma tribal member and Congressional Gold Medal recipient, walked on March 31, 2014 in Ada, Oklahoma at the Mercy Hospital of Ada...
Southern Utes Mourn Loss of Tribal Chairman Jimmy Newton Jr.
Southern Ute Tribal Chairman Jimmy Newton Jr. walked on March 31, 2014 after an extended illness...
Good Feather Family Mourns Loss of Young Mother and Unborn Son
Cassandra Good Feather was 21 and carrying a baby boy in her womb when she died suddenly on February 19 at the University of Colorado Hospital, in Aurora, Colorado due to what is b...
Chief Baker Offers Condolences on Passing of Betty Starr-Barker
Cherokee Nation Principal Chief Bill John Baker offered the following condolences on Tuesday, March 4 on the passing of Cherokee citizen Betty Starr-Barker...
Martin Sullivan, Who Led the Return of Sacred Wampum, Walks On
He may not have been Native American, but Martin Sullivan saw to the return of 12 sacred wampum belts to the Onondaga Indian Nation before it was required by law to do so...
Fort Hall Family Killed By Mysterious Carbon Monoxide Poisoning
When four members of the Parrish family didn’t show up for church or Sunday dinner, other family members became worried...
The Red and the Black: Remembering the Legacy of Jack D. Forbes
Arica L. Coleman, Ph.D.
“If we have African blood we should be proud of it; it is good, honest, tribal ancestry.” —Jack D...
Shirley Temple Black, Depression-Era Screen Star, Walks On at 85
Shirley Temple danced into the hearts of America with her charming smile and adorable dimples in the 1930s reaching the kind of childhood stardom no other has attained since...
Pete Seeger Walks On at 94
Pete Seeger has walked on from natural causes at the age of 94 near his home in Beacon, New York, leaving behind a world immeasurably better for his time in it...
Yurok Tribe Mourns Loss of Council Representative Bonnie Green
The Yurok Tribe is grieving the untimely passing of Yurok elder and tribal council member Bonnie Green...
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