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Houska: Indiana School Drops R-Word
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Manning: Justice for Circle Bear
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Disappearing Indians, Part II
Rep. Ron Bishop and The Real 'Bull Crap'
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Lessons From the Andrés Accords
It is often unusual for Indigenous Peoples to have the opportunity express their views and visions about their needs and futures...
Day of the Dead Art: Helping Heal After Losing Loved Ones
The Day of the Dead has become an increasingly popular celebration, especially in the arts...
Jaws’ Revenge: Watch Great White Sharks Attack This Underwater Camera
It went by the unassuming name of REMUS, an underwater vehicle outfitted with six GoPro cameras that would help researchers from the Woods Hole Oceanographic Institution learn more...
5 Sacred Spots Outside of America That You Have to See
Sites all over the world and throughout civilization have taken on many cultural interpretations...
Northern Baja’s Indian Country
A renaissance is taking place in Baja California’s border region...
Video: Oarfish Spend Last Moments Swimming With Tourists Off Mexico
Oarfish, the lengthy, serpentine creatures that factor prominently in ancient mariners’ tales of sea monsters, normally stick to the deepest ocean depths...
Still Hope: Axolotl, Thought to Be Extinct, Spotted in Mexico City Habitat
The elusive and mythical axolotl, woven into Aztec legend, seems to have gotten a reprieve...
Preserving Indigenous Democracy
When Europeans first came to the Americas they took note of the democratic processes they observed in most indigenous nations...
Maidu Traditionalist and Language Instructor Farrell Cunningham Passes
Jane Braxton Little
Farrell Cunningham, a Maidu Indian traditionalist who taught Maidu language classes in several northern California communities, walked on August 11 at his home in Susanville, Calif...
The Stingray Massacre: Fishermen Deny Putting Out the Hit
It was a gruesome sight: 250 stingrays littering the beach at the edge of the Gulf of Mexico in the town of Ursulo Galvan in Veracruz state...
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