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Choctaw Director of Education Retires
CA Tribes Work to Avert Mass Fish Kill
Sibling Veterans Receive Cherokee Honor
A Land Donation Beckons Nansemon Tribe
Redskins Bribing Indians
California Appeals Court Upholds ICWA
Poor Conditions at Passamaquoddy School
Salaita – Fired for Speaking His Mind
The Nuts and Bolts to Improve Healthcare
Cherokee Nation Names Jr. Miss Cherokee
Another Day With PTSD
Sustenance Fishing in Anacostia River
Throat-Singer Won't Sing for Politician
Youn, Nelson, Waln Plan Anti-KXL Benefit
Little Cherokee Ambassadors Named
First Nation Teen's Body Found in Bag
Redskins Players Salute Mike Brown
Navajo’s Smoke Free Workplace
Beadwork by Teri Greeves [10 Pieces]
Military Folly in Ferguson
Thing About Skins
Cherokee Nation Responds to Offensive ‘Trail of Tears’ Banner
The Cherokee Nation has responded to an offensive banner displayed at an Alabama high school football game that has drawn national attention. The banner, made by McAdory High Schoo...
Principal Apologizes for ‘Trail of Tears’ Banner, Makes It a Teaching Moment
It’s been the banner read ‘round the social media world...
High School Slammed for Its Mocking and Shocking ‘Trail of Tears’ Banner
This past weekend students at a McAdory High School football game in McAlla, Alabama displayed a 20-foot sign emblazoned with: “Hey Indians, Get Ready to Leave in a Trail of Tears,...
Native History: Osage Forced to Abandon Lands in Missouri and Arkansas
This Date in Native history: On November 10, 1808, the Osage Indians, the largest tribe of the Southern Sioux, agreed to abandon their lands in Missouri and Arkansas in exchange fo...
Native History: Canandaigua Treaty Marks End of War, Celebrated Today
This Date in Native History: On November 11, 1794, the Canandaigua Treaty marked an end to the wars upon the Iroquois by the settlers and United States...
'Crazy Horse and Custer' Play Opens Saturday Amidst Protests
The theatrical production of “Crazy Horse and Custer” opens Saturday in Sacramento, California, and will be accompanied by drumming, protests and prayers...
TV Program Created to Honor Virginia and North Carolina Native Communities
As a way to celebrate Native American Heritage Month, Cox Communications in Virginia will air “Hampton Roads Community and Culture,” a television program that highlights several po...
Red Cloud Indian School Video: Boarding School Past, Lakota Future
The Red Cloud Indian School in Pine Ridge, South Dakota began as the Holy Rosary Mission in 1888, 10 years after Lakota Chief Red Cloud approached the Jesuits about opening a schoo...
5 Alternative Lessons for Teachers During Heritage Month
Last month, I was honored to be a guest on Native America Calling , a nationally syndicated Native American radio program hosted by Tara Gatewood...
Native History: More Than 300 Dakota Sentenced to Death
This Date in Native History: On November 5, 1862, a five-man military commission convicted 319 Dakota men in connection with a series of armed conflicts in southwestern Minnesota...
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