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'Indigenous With Stacey Thunder' Is Here
Mohawk Family Loses Everything in Fire
Film About Cherokee Freedmen
Ellsbury to be Inducted Into OSU HOF
Sundance: Pine Ridge Film Wins Praise
New AFN Chief Meets With Prime Minister
PBPN Mourns Passing of Gary Mitchell
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New Executive Director Moves Back Home
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Killing Wolves to Save Caribou
10 Images to Remember Bear River
Isolated Awa in Brazil Forced Out
ACA Offers Mental Health for Natives
Indigenous Plant Could Be Beneficial
FEMA Helps Rain-Soaked Soboba Luiseño
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Alleged Party Leads to Conversation
State of Indian Nations Addressed Issues
Thing About Skins
Columbus Day Is Out in Seattle Public Schools; Indigenous Peoples’ Day Is in
Seattle is the place of origin of the Duwamish people...
Did Custer Have a Cheyenne Mistress and Son? Native Oral History Says Yes
When Rocky Mountain College history professor Tim Lehman decided to include the potentially controversial statement that George Armstrong Custer had a son with a Cheyenne woman who...
People of the Hemp, Part 2: Criminalizing Traditional Teachings
Four times a day, Crandy Johnson prays in his Native Tuscarora language and uses a homemade tincture made from traditional herbs...
People of the Hemp, Part 1: Losing Land, Culture, Tradition
The way Tracy Johnson tells it, the plateau of land overlooking Niagara Falls and nestled among the Finger Lakes of northwestern New York once was covered in fields of hemp...
Photo: Exploring Lakota and Horse Culture in New Documentary
Ancient Canoes Exhibit Launches Saturday at Chickasaw Cultural Center
In spring 2000, a group of Florida high school students stumbled on the largest treasure trove of ancient dugout canoes ever discovered...
Rewriting History… For the Better, This Time
Tanya H. Lee
The new exam for high school Advanced Placement U.S. History students has raised an outcry among conservatives from Texas to Georgia...
Seattle Poised to Replace Columbus Day With Indigenous Peoples’ Day
The City of Seattle is soon expected to abolish Columbus Day and make the second Monday in October Indigenous Peoples’ Day...
Cultural Center Aims to Inspire Peace and Healing During Massacre Anniversary
Tesoro Cultural Center
This fall and winter, Tesoro Cultural Center will host special commemoration events at The Fort restaurant in Morrison, Colorado to honor the 150th anniversary of the Sand Creek Ma...
The Search for Water, Dog Attacks and Death: My 100 Miles on The Long Walk
The Long Walk was the 1860s forced removal of the Navajo people from their ancient homelands in what is now the area of northeastern Arizona to the Bosque Redondo Reservation in Fo...
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