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NMAI’s <em>Best in the World: Native Athletes in the Olympics</em>
Mohawk Women Integrate the Condolence Ceremony Into Modern Systems
Beverly Cook Statistically speaking, tribal communities across North America face some of the continent’s highest rates of poverty, addiction, domestic violence and obesity...
Essay Writers Asked to Tackle Crucial Issues
This year, for the seventh annual Young Native Writers Essay Contest, Holland & Knight Charitable Foundation is asking participants to write about crucial issues facing their t...
National Museum of the American Indian to Host 'Protocols of Peace'
On Saturday, March 10 from 1 to 5 p.m., the National Museum of the American Indian (NMAI) will host the special program “Protocols of Peace: Native Condolence and the Good Mind,” f...
Iroquois Women to Discuss Contemporary Empowerment at National Museum of the American Indian
Beverly Cook Numerous Haudenosaunee culture-bearers and historians will meet in New York City on Saturday, March 10 to participate in a panel discussion about the inherent leadersh...
Paul Chaat Smith and His Pal Irony Offer a Dose of Indian Reality
Traveling cross-country and through time with his old friend Irony, author Paul Chaat Smith lets you know that everything you thought you knew about Indians is wrong .....
Sunday Fun at NMAI: Mohawk Cello and Poetry
'Tis the time of year to be out in the shopping trenches, and what better way to take a break of a Sunday than to stop by the National Museum of the American Indian (NMAI) for "an ...
Native American Soldiers Beat Drum of Warrior Spirit
Rob McIlvaine, Army News Service
The following story was written by the Army News Service and can also be found here ...
Benefactor and Friend to Indian Country, Richard Ullman Walks On
According to his friends, associates and family, Richard Ullman was a man with a big heart, a gift for enterprise and someone who believed wholeheartedly that Native Americans have...
University Honors Native American Storyteller
He learned his first legends from his two storytelling uncles and told stories at the opening of the National Museum of the American Indian in Washington, D.C...
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Barry E. Snyder Sr., President: NMAI’s Meet Native America Series
MCIA’s E. Keith Colston: NMAI’s Meet Native America Series
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National Museum of the American Indian Healing After Tragedy
Amber C. Toppah, Committee Chairman: NMAI’s Meet Native America Series
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