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Maine, the Tip of the Raceburg
I Am Not Your Mascot, Biloxi!
Clinton Vies For Native American Support
Navajo Administration Forges On
Navajo Nation to Implement Jobs Program
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Climate Change in Court in Europe
Maine Gov. Rejects Tribal Sovereignty
Racism Built on Stupid Myth
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Navajo Election: How We Got Here?
INFR Using Native Judges
Colonialism as Trickster
Agua Caliente’s Legal Tug-of-War
Inuit Fight to Save Marine Livelihood
‘Sovereignty’ vs. Original Independence
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Native History: Indians Defeat Army to Protect Bozeman Trail
This Date in Native History: On December 21, 1866, the U.S. Army suffered its third largest defeat during the Indian Wars...
Native History: For More Land Jackson Presents Removal Treaty to Congress
This Date in Native History: On December 20, 1836, President Andrew Jackson presented Congress a treaty that removed six tribes from the Missouri territory to make room for white s...
Florida School Named After First KKK Grand Wizard to Get New Name
On Monday, December 16, the Duval County School Board voted unanimously to change the name of Nathan B. Forrest High School in Jacksonville, Florida...
Native History: Mayflower Brings First Permanent Settlers to Plymouth
This Date in Native History: On December 18, 1620, the Mayflower docked at Plymouth, Massachusetts, establishing the first permanent white settlement in America and forever changin...
Native History: Sitting Bull Shot By Indian Police, His Legacy Remains
This Date in Native History: On December 15, 1890, Sitting Bull, known as Tatanka Iyotake, was killed along the Grand River, near his birthplace in the Many Caches area of South Da...
Native History: Blizzard Devastates Navajo and Hopi Nations
This Date in Native History: On December 14, 1967, a blizzard hit the Navajo and Hopi Nations, covering the ground with as much as seven feet of snow, trapping residents in their h...
Is Racism Behind Banning of Honor Song From Graduation Ceremonies?
A history of racism lurks in the shadows of Chamberlain, South Dakota’s past, and many see the Chamberlain School District’s refusal to allow the Honor Song to be played at graduat...
Riders Leave South Dakota to Commemorate Dakota 38
It’s nearly that time of year. No, not Christmas—well, that too, but it’s nearly December 26.
Native History: Stand Watie, Treaty of New Echota Signer, Born
This Date in Native History: Stand Watie was born Degadoga Watie on December 12, 1806 in New Echota, near present day Rome, Georgia...
Desecration of Amity Pueblo Stonewalled by Government Agencies
Almost a year ago to the day, the Phoenix New Times reported on large-scale site disturbances at Amity Pueblo , a long-abandoned Native American settlement located in the eastern A...
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