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The Constitution: Dead or Alive?
The Week That Was: February 14, 2016
Food Fight! GOP Debate
Lloyd Kiva New’s 100th Birthday & Legacy
Video: In Memory of Raymond Hummingbird
USDA Allocates Nearly $6 Million
Don't Fall For 'Wound-A-Kneeism'
Red Lake High: 'Dream Team of the Week'
10 Funny Native-Style Valentine’s Gifts
Food Oppression: Mic Features Sioux Chef
Home Sweet New Home
Judgment Returns Remains to Tribe
Skins: No Dem. Deserves Our Vote (Yet)
Saved DiCaprio in The Revenant: RedCloud
February 14 MMIW Marches in Canada
Video: What Is the Heirloom Seed Program
To Change Congress: Rethink the Money
Koshare Dancers Guilty of Appropriation
Small Business to Insure, Protect Tribes
Holy Shih Tzu! Bernie Flies Coach
Thing About Skins
‘Love in a Cage’: Thank South American Indians for Latest, Greatest Superfood
I think I’m in love with another reputed love food...
OU President Supports Expanding Native Programs, But Likes ‘Sooners’ and ‘Boomers’
Following a September 30 meeting with Native American student leaders, University of Oklahoma President David Boren released a statement explaining his support for recognizing Indi...
Esselen Nations Respond to 'Troubling' Vandalism at Mission Carmel
The recent desecration to a statue of Junipero Serra that stands at Mission Carmel is extremely troubling to Louise Miranda Ramirez, Tribal Chairwoman of the Ohlone/Costanoan-Essel...
‘Saint of Genocide’ Message Left at Mission Carmel After Serra Canonization
Four days after Pope Francis went through with the canonization of Junipero Serra—despite protests from numerous Native American groups—a statue of Serra and some gravesites were v...
Doctrine of Discovery: A Scandal In Plain Sight
In 2009, the Episcopal Church repudiated the Doctrine of Discovery. In 2012, The Unitarian Universalist Association followed suit...
Boarding Schools: A Black Hole of Native American History
Zigmund Hollow Horn sat inside the deanery of a small Episcopal church just off Eagle Butte, South Dakota’s main street. A thick fog had settled over town...
Controversy Over Bear River Massacre Archaeological Survey
An archaeological exploration of the Bear Creek Massacre grounds, where 450 Northwestern Shoshone men, women, and children were killed on January 29, 1863, has been approved by the...
Protecting Sacred Sites: Blood Run Faces Development Pressures
The Big Sioux River provides the borderline between northwestern Iowa and southeastern South Dakota...
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...
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