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Moya-Smith: 'Anchor Babies' Demeans Kids
Lloyd Oxendine Walks On
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Thing About Skins
Photo: Celebrating Civil War Veteran Ely S. Parker
Evidence of ‘Wonderful Brotherhood’ Between Croatan Tribe and Lost Colonists
If you visit the Outer Banks, you’ll hear about the lost colonists—locals even put on dramatic productions about the group who landed in the Roanoke Island area in 1585...
Montana Steps Up for Native Students, Future Leaders
Tanya H. Lee
While school boards and politicians in some states say they cannot understand why a high school U.S...
5 Pictures and Sources to Celebrate Ely S. Parker
As this country celebrates the Civil War Sesquicentennial, there is one Native American who lived during that time who deserves mentioning...
Video: First Strawberry Queen Talks About Working and Playing Hard
Cherokee Elder Patricia Reed Leatherwood talks about working and playing hard on the farm, and how she became the first Strawberry Festival Queen...
Dump Jackson From the $20; Replace him with a Mankiller
It’s time for an update on the women organizing what some people like to call Andrew Jackson’s “removal” from the $20 bill, after what President Jackson called the policy that put ...
Bill Would Make Teaching Native History Mandatory In Washington
A bill that would require schools in Washington State to include local indigenous nations in their history instruction is on its way to becoming law...
Native Students Explore Leadership Through Art
Joyce Yazzie, an 11th grader of To’Hajiilee Community School, took home Best in Show from the Indian Pueblo Cultural Center’s 36th Annual Native American Student Art Show...
Changing Perceptions and Making Connections—One Map at a Time
In the beginning, there were no lines. Prior to 1492, North America was a vast wilderness: an expanse of rolling hills, open plains and meandering rivers...
Some Old, Some New: 10 Products, Places, and Items Called Squaw
Though the origin of the word “squaw” is a topic that has been debated over the years, the idea behind it has a certain negative connotation for our sacred Native women...
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