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20,000-Mile Adventure Across Wyoming
Umatilla Tribe Battles Mega-Loads
Surprise! Katsinam Will Return to Hopi
GTAC Denounces Asbestos in Mine
Bloc Voting: Only Way for Indians to Win
Ramapough Decry 'Hate Crime' on Film
Texas School Board to Vote on ‘Redskins'
Apache Stokes his Entrepreneurial Fires
Katsinam Lawyer: 'Enough Is Enough!"
Threats Against Natives Revealed
Notah Begay III: Leading by Example
A Tweet About Indian Mascots Went Viral
NMAI Profile: Brian Patterson
Second Sonic Sign: Drain the Firewater
Northern Arapahos May Give Expectant Mot
Collectively Managing Allotment Lands
Columbia River Treaty Nears Finish
Disenrollment Demands Serious Attention
Director Josh Cole on 'Alive' Video
Staten Island and Ancient Solar Power
Things About Skins
Apache Leader Jeff Houser on Use of Geronimo’s Name
Gale Courey Toensing
The day after the news spread that the operation to kill Osama bin Laden, or bin Laden himself, was code-named Geronimo, Fort Sill Apache Tribe Chairman Jeff Houser asked President...
Luján Honors the Life of Navajo Code Talker
On March 3, Congressman Ben Ray Luján of New Mexico’s Third District honored the life of Navajo Code Talker Joe Silversmith, who passed away on March 1 at the age of 86...
New Rules for Graves and Repatriation Act
Robert L. Kelly, a professor of anthropology at the University of Wyoming, wrote an op-ed piece in the Dec...
Nebraska Teen Program Teaches Self-Knowledge, Leadership
“Being a leader isn’t being the loudest person around,” said 15-year-old Bart Kennedy...
Native American Heritage Month: Legend Keeper to Share Stories in North Carolina
Ramona Moore Big Eagle, Tuscarora/Cherokee, an oral historian and Legend Keeper of the Tuscarora Nation of North Carolina, will share stories at Lenoir-Rhyne University on November...
What’s Going on With the Crazy Horse Memorial?
The memorial to Crazy Horse in the Black Hills of South Dakota has been controversial and 64 years in the making. So, what’s taking so long?...
Lost Oregon Indian Battlefield Discovery Attributable to ‘Detective Work’
After being lost for more than a century and three years of searching, the location of the largest battle of the Rogue River Wars has been discovered by Southern Oregon University ...
Uncensored History Project Outlining Crow Indian Agency and Fort Parker Wins Outstanding Tribal Preservation Award in Montana
In September, the Extreme History Project, a nonprofit organization co-founded by historians Marsha Fulton and Crystal Alegria, was selected by the Montana Preservation Alliance to...
After Controversial Ishi Play, University of California, Berkeley Co-Sponsors Indigenous Peoples Day Celebration to Promote Healing
Last spring, the University of California, Berkeley, produced a historically inaccurate and graphically violent play about Ishi, the famous California Indian, which caused some Ame...
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High School Slammed for Its Mocking and Shocking ‘Trail of Tears’ Banner
Principal Apologizes for ‘Trail of Tears’ Banner, Makes It a Teaching Moment
Cherokee Nation Responds to Offensive ‘Trail of Tears’ Banner
Some Alabama Students Aren’t Sorry About ‘Trail of Tears’ Banner
Wampanoag to Appear in Plymouth Thanksgiving Parade for First Time
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