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Thanks for Nothing
Memes for an Unfoundedly Fearful Age
‘Saints & Strangers’ Review
Tatanka Means: NatGeo Saints & Strangers
Morongo: 30 Years of Donating Turkeys
Everything You Know About Thanksgiving
A Different Kind of Super-hero
NMAI Profile: Theresa Snow
Ignoring the Lie Behind Thanksgiving
Kalani Queypo: NatGeo Saints & Strangers
Gary Farmer Talks: Role as Indian Joe
Sand Creek Massacre, 151 Years Later
Straight Shooting in Leach Hockey Memoir
NHL Stanley Cup Winner Reggie Leach
How ‘Saints & Strangers’ Got It Wrong
Hate Speech Cancels WWU Classes
Jurist Becomes First Indigenous Pres.
An Open Letter to My Kids' Educators
Native Cooking: 16 Helpful Holiday Hints
Not Much Mortgage Lending
Thing About Skins
Video: Cherokee Elder Talks Arrowhead Hunting and Fighting With His Brother
Cherokee Elder Jim McGee grew up on his grandmother’s allotted land, a 160-acre farm. He did farm chores, played made-up games, and fought with his older brother...
13,200-Year-Old Footprints Could Be Oldest in North America, May Support Coastal Route Theory
A team of archaeologists from the Hakai Institute and the University of Victoria say they have unearthed the oldest human footprints ever found in North America...
New AP US History Exam Perpetuates Lies About Native Americans
Tanya H. Lee
New AP US History Exam Perpetuates Lies About Native Americans Tanya H. Lee American exceptionalism is back...
Names Have Power: The United States of Indigenous Names
Schoolchildren are taught that the Americas are named after Amerigo Vespucci, an explorer who came along after Columbus and was the first to understand that he was looking at a “Ne...
Names Have Power: Denali and Other Colonist Lies
What’s in a name? t hat which we call a rose By any other name would smell as sweet...
Clues to the Fate of the Lost Colony
The English settlement of what is now part of North Carolina—Roanoke Island—presents the usual tales of Indian hospitality returned by colonial greed and ending in tragedy for one ...
Science Blows Up Big Lies: Pre-Columbian Peoples Skilled Farmers, and Many Millions Killed by Invasion
We call it the European Invasion but modern academics have a more anodyne term, “Columbian Encounter.” Whatever you call it, the civilizations invaded or encountered left physical ...
Video: Cherokee Elder Bruce Ross Talks Whip Braiding and Rock Throwing
Cherokee Elder Bruce Ross talks about growing up on a 50-acre farm with animals, a cornfield and orchard...
The Story of My Grandmother: How We Reconnected Her to Her Ojibwe Roots
The sun set below the tree canopy. I sat tracing lines in the dirt with my fingers while a sacred fire burned beside me...
5 Native American Cultural Sites Looted in San Diego County
Though authorities aren’t giving specific locations, five historically and culturally significant sites in San Diego County’s backcountry have been looted recently, reports the Los...
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