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Aboriginal Fisherman Donates 500 Salmon
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More Briny Wastewater Spills in ND
Oglala Lakota College Mourns Loss
Navajo Kindergartner Sent Home For Hair
Cultural Appropriation From Down Under
Officer Caught Tazing Man Is Indicted
Chickasaw Nation to Host Native Voices E
Protecting a High-Ranking Pedophile?
UN, World Bank Warn of Famine, Climate
How Palin and Ditka Silence Natives
An Alternative to State Domination
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Wyatt’s Story: One Family’s Struggle
Tohono O’odham Life in Video
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EPA: A Dream Realized--Community Reborn
Court Ruling Imminent on Tribal Lands
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Thing About Skins
Commitment to Education Connects Chickasaw Nation Hall of Fame Inductees
From the Chickasaw Nation Ambassador who helped hundreds of Native Americans gain acceptance into law school to a former attorney turned tutor, education was a common thread connec...
Native History: 71-Day Wounded Knee Occupation Ends
This Date in Native History: On May 8, 1973, members of the American Indian Movement surrendered to federal authorities on South Dakota’s Pine Ridge Reservation, ending their legen...
Hunting Structure Submerged Under Lake Huron A Testament to Ancestors’ Sophistication
Big game hunters from 9,000 years ago knew what they were doing—and archaeologists at the University of Michigan are getting a glimpse of just how skilled they were...
Chief Red Wing Day Symbolically Replaces Columbus Day in Minnesota
Another Minnesota city is moving toward recognition of this country’s first peoples...
6 Boarding School Laws Still on the Books
Did you know it is still legal to withhold food and clothing from Indian children who don’t attend school?...
Drones Reveal Images of Buried Village in New Mexico
Thermal images of a Native American village dubbed Blue J in New Mexico have been captured by a small drone, revealing never-before-seen structures to archaeologists, reports Live ...
Native History: Chickasaw and Choctaw Give in to Dawes Act
This Date in Native History: On April 28, 1897, the Chickasaw and Choctaw, two of the Five Civilized Tribes, agreed to abolish tribal governments and communal ownership of land, op...
Minneapolis Replaces Columbus Day With Indigenous Peoples Day
After unanimous City Council and mayor approval of a resolution today, Minneapolis will now recognize Indigenous Peoples Day instead of Columbus Day on the second Monday of October...
Baseball Trumps History in Nashville
Nashville’s Minor League Baseball team is expected to start the 2015 season on a brand new ball field, but the $65 million stadium is being constructed on top of layers of history...
Burial Mounds Threatened By Quarry Seeking Profits
In the woodlands of Wisconsin an effigy mound of a bird towers 50 feet above a sand and gravel quarry. At one time, there were seven mounds on the site, known as the Ward Mounds...
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Maine Paper Completes 29-Part Series on Passamaquoddy Tribe
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Native History: Commemorating Battle of the Badlands 150th Anniversary
Getting it Right: Lenape Man Changing Indiana’s Views on Native History
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