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Video: Cherokee Elder Daggie Ketcher Walker Talks Eating ‘Steak’ and Stealing Apples
Cherokee Elder Daggie Ketcher Walker was born in what she called a “hut house” at Rocky Mountain. She says they had marbles to play with growing up...
Video: Cherokee Elder Sue Wildcat Talks Hitching Rides and Making Toys
Cherokee Elder Sue Wildcat talks about hitching rides because most people couldn’t afford a car, and playing in the creek...
Carlisle Indian School Descendants Sought for Heritage Center Planning
Activists are looking for descendants of the Carlisle Indian Industrial School to get their input for development of a Heritage Center at the farmhouse located in the present-day A...
What Happened This Year, Historically Speaking: 12 Popular Stories
This was a big year for history, including important anniversaries for the signing of the Dawes Act and the 150th anniversary of the Sand Creek Massacre...
Educating United Methodist Church Leaders Aim of Act of Repentance Service
As a member of the Seminole Nation of Oklahoma, Rev. Chebon Kernell has seen firsthand the struggles Native communities face...
‘The Great Hurt’: Facing the Trauma of Indian Boarding Schools
Mary Annette Pember
“Aww, here we go again, talking about the dang boarding schools!” This was the first thought Chally Topping-Thompson had when the topic came up in her social work class at St...
Language Is Key to Culture: Seneca Fight to Save Theirs
In the three Seneca territories in Western New York there are just 30 elders who speak the language fluently—10 years ago there were 200 fluent speakers, reports WGRZ ...
You Won’t Believe This: Filmmaker Says Native Genocide Didn’t Happen
During a July 2 interview with Megyn Kelly, host of Fox News’ “The Kelly File,” filmmaker Dinesh D’Souza says the genocide of the Indigenous Peoples of this country didn’t happen...
Cultural Genocide Veiled as Education—The Time for Healing Is Now
Native American Rights Fund
Like a lot of the details of United States historical relations with the indigenous inhabitants of this land, the story of Indian boarding school policy of the United States govern...
6 Boarding School Laws Still on the Books
Did you know it is still legal to withhold food and clothing from Indian children who don’t attend school?...
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