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The Myriad, Generous Offerings of Plants
Rachel Dolezal Outs Andrea Smith Again
A Canada Day Meditation
Long-time Supporter of Indian Gaming
Canada Day a Non-Event for Indigenous
USA Today Names Best Resort Casino
Bill John Baker Reelected
Imagining Reconciliation in Bemidji
7 Apologies Made to American Indians
For Andrea Smith: 'I’m Not an Indian'
America Meredith's 'First American Art'
10 Powerful Images from Mauna Kea
What It Means to Be Landless
Debunking the 'Half-Breed' Label
20 Native Portraits by Ryan Red Corn
Vancouver Native Festival Draws 30,000
Is It Chowder, or Chowdah?
Protectors Halt Mauna Kea Construction
5 Native Technologies That Trump Science
Too Many Hearings, Too Little Funding
Thing About Skins
Serving Cesar Chavez: ‘One of the Greatest Leaders of All Time’
Dr. Dean Chavers
In 1970, I started in the Ph.D. program in Communication Research at Stanford University. I was in a class of 17—it was about the smartest group of people I have ever been around...
Celebrate Sheep—Symbols of the Good Life for Navajos
Don’t say “baa” when you hear that, for Navajos Diné bí' íína' (Sheep is Life), and calls for a celebration of sheep, wool, and weaving—all of it honoring the central role of sheep...
Frozen Garden of Eden: Research Says the Inuit Came from Alaska’s North Slope
A new paper published on April 29, 2015 in the American Journal of Physical Anthropology suggests that all Inuit peoples originally came from the northernmost part of Alaska, in th...
Lies Your Maps Tell You: Reclaim Native Lands
Alaska Natives have at least eight different names for the highest mountain peak in North America...
Crowdsourcing Jackson Removal
New York Times columnist Gail Collins has dived into the Jackson Removal debate, commenting that replacing the slave owner and Indian killer with the escaped slave, Harriet Tubman,...
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...
Standing Strong for Chief Standing Bear, A Native Hero
Tanya H. Lee
The route of the Ponca Tribe’s forced march from Nebraska to Oklahoma in 1877 could soon be designated a National Historic Trail, thanks in part to students at the University of Ne...
10-Year-Old Gets Mission Song Stricken from California School District Curriculum
A 10-year-old Wukchumni boy is changing the way one California school district teaches Native history...
Defenders of Sacred Sites Around the Globe Featured in PBS Series
In an opening scene of the documentary Profit and Loss, Mike Mercredi, Athabasca Chipewyan, describes how thrilling it was for his teenage self to get a job driving one of the bigg...
Video: Cherokee Elder Betty Sixkiller Talks Herbal Medicines and Old-Time Toys
Cherokee Elder Betty Sixkiller talks about growing up in Leach, Oklahoma. Her mother died when she was a baby, so she was raised by her grandparents...
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