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Department of Ed Grants $50M to TCUs
Climate Change Is Disrupting Lives Now
Obama Hosts Alaska Native Roundtable
Man Acquitted of Hurling Beer at Kids
Tahnee Robinson: Player to NCAA Coach
Hopi: Celebrating the Sanctity of Water
Poarch Creek Member Yale Assistant Dean
50 Faces of Indian Country, Part I
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CNAY's GEN-I Map to Connect Native Youth
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Thing About Skins
California Cultural Exchanges Build Resilience Among Native Youth
The Urban-Rural Native American Youth Cultural Exchange, or U.R.N.Y.C.E., is a culturally tailored wellness program that puts urban and rural Native youth together to empower them...
Alcatraz Occupation Graffiti Preserved
The first time the words “Peace and Freedom. Welcome...
Little-Known Trail of Tears Segment ‘Rediscovered’
UPDATED OCTOBER 3: New information added from National Parks Service and Native History Association...
U.S.-Dakota War of 1862 Anniversary Brings Heritage to Forefront for South Dakota Man
With this year being the 150 th anniversary of the U.S.-Dakota War of 1862 , many are reflecting on the war’s aftermath, including Myron Taylor, who has been facing his personal hi...
Interior Announces $1.6M in NAGPRA Grants, Arizona State Museum Among Recipients
Interior Secretary Ken Salazar and National Park Service Director Jon Jarvis announced availability of $1.6 million in federal grant money to document and help return human remains...
Sacred Sites Are Worth Protecting, Says One Panel of Experts
To Native American people, the basalt volcanic uplifts that have become familiar landmarks on the Plains are more than simply geologic features...
A Park on Pine Ridge: A Longtime Partnership May Finally Lead to the United States's First Tribal National Park
It has taken decades of discussions. There are still hurdles to overcome. But now, the country’s first tribal national park may soon become a reality...
How the Cherokee Fought the Civil War
March 7 and 8 marked the 150th anniversary of the Civil War Battle of Pea Ridge, fought in northwest Arkansas near the Oklahoma border...
Former Lawman Studies Sand Creek Massacre
This is the building that will house the Sand Creek Massacre National Historic Site Research and Visitor Center in Eads, Colorado...
National Park Service Gone Rogue: A Whistleblower Speaks
At six a.m. on June 9, 2004, the celebrated Indian trader Billy Malone awoke to a raid on his house by National Park Service (NPS) agents...
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