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Sister Act: Kiowa Artists Keri Ataumbi
Chevron Won't Drill in Beaufort Sea
Yakama Nation Sues U.S. Army Corps
Chickasaw QB Headed to Cotton Bowl
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Indigenous Clash With Police in Brazil
BAAITS to Celebrate Fourth Pow Wow
Police: Native Man Shot Up to Five Times
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Native Boxer Wins Women's IBA Crown
Not too Late to Vaccinate for the Flu
Alaska Native Attends CDP Training
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Domestic Violence Epiphany: ENOUGH
A Decorated Veteran Honored
Winter Solstice: The Return of the Light
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Video: New York Times Features Germany’s Fascination With Natives
In an August 18 video called “Native Fantasy: Germany’s Indian Heroes,” the New York Times captured Germany’s fascination with Native Americans through the romanticized works of Ka...
Native History: Potawatomi Removed at Gunpoint, Trail of Death Begins
This Date in Native History: On September 4, 1838, mounted militia forced 859 Potawatomi at gunpoint to leave northern Indiana for “Unorganized Territory” in Kansas...
Bosque Redondo: Does a Teepee-Shaped Building Represent the Site Properly?
A white teepee rises above the ground at New Mexico’s Bosque Redondo Memorial at Fort Sumner...
Tohono O’odham Life in Video Thanks to Mel Ortega and TOHONO TV
If the subject deals with Native America, more specifically Arizona’s Tohono O’odham Nation, you’ll hear about it from videographer Mel Ortega, content producer for his YouTube cha...
Remnants of Sacred Rock Destroyed in the 60s Discovered Underwater
The sacred rock, Mistaseni or “Big Rock” to the Cree, was blown to pieces with dynamite in 1966 to make way for the South Saskatchewan River Dam Project...
22,000-Year-Old Mastodon and Tool Discovery Raise Questions
A 22,000-year-old mastodon skull and tool (a stone blade or spear point) dredged from the seafloor of the Chesapeake Bay by fishermen in 1974 is only now coming to light...
Bessie Poe Hall Is One of Oklahoma’s Historic Sites
K.C. Cole/Chickasaw Nation
Nestled in a corner of Murray State College campus in Tishomingo, Oklahoma is an often overlooked historical treasure...
Rising Tide Threatens Native Historic Sites in Channel Islands
Indigenous people, primarily the Chumash, inhabited the Channel Islands as far back as 13,000 years ago...
Hundreds Attend First Gathering of National Congress of Black American Indians
In July, hundreds of black Indians gathered in Washington, D.C. at the First Gathering of the National Congress of Black American Indians (NCBAI)...
Miccosukee Village Renovation: New Exhibits Will Tell the Story of the Tribe
The Miccosukee Tribe of Indians of Florida recently announced that they have embarked on a major renovation to their tribal museum...
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