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7 Postcards From the Far Edge of Racism
Postcards are a common purchase while on vacation—a small snapshot of where you visited to send greetings home...
Politically Challenged, Indian Style: Can You Answer 12 Native History Questions?
PoliTech, a student project at Texas Tech University, conceived a project nicknamed “Politically Challenged” that has been causing great hilarity across social media and has racked...
Erasing Bad Memories at Phoenix Indian School
Mentioning Phoenix Indian School brings back memories for a lot of people, most of them bad...
Captured: Wampanoag History Finally Exposed in Provincetown Exhibit
Visitors to the Pilgrim Monument in Provincetown, Massachusetts, finally have the opportunity to learn about 400-year-old historical events that lay buried beneath the myths of set...
Spirituality and Archaeology of Connecticut’s Real Indians
Lucianne Lavin’s book, “ Connecticut’s Indigenous Peoples ” is a history book, an archaeology text, and an honoring of Indigenous People’s relationship with the land, their spiritu...
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,...
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