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Nice Day for a Genocide: Shocking Quotes on Indians by U.S. Leaders, Pt. 2
These quotes about Indians from American leaders span from 1823 to 1889. Check out Part 1 here . Chief Justice John Marshall , Johnson and Graham’s Lessee v...
Chickasaw Nation Governor Inducted into Historians Hall of Fame
Chickasaw Nation Governor Bill Anaotubby was inducted into the Oklahoma Historians Hall of Fame on April 19...
Chickasaw Teacher Revels in History and Culture
Chickasaw teacher Ellen Brooker has taught for 26 years at Southwest High School in San Antonio, Texas...
Native Youth Language Fair Hits Record Attendance
With expanded poetry submissions and a new comic book and cartoon category, the 11 th Annual Oklahoma Native American Youth Language Fair, or ONAYLF as it’s more commonly known, ha...
Video: The Ways Provides a Resource to Learn about Natives in Wisconsin
It starts with the beating of a drum. Powwow dancers and singers feel that beat in their arms, legs and chest. They let the drum dictate their movements...
Northeastern American Indian Symposium Focuses on Technology
The theme for this year’s 41 st Annual Symposium on the American Indian at Northeastern State University in Tahlequah, Oklahoma is “Technology Future, Technology Past: A Woven Link...
Centering the Indigenous Nation
Outsiders tend to see indigenous nations as static, archaic, dying communities—non-existent at worst, or remnants of ancient, once-noble, but now destroyed or deeply fragmented com...
California Educator Bridges the Generation Gap with Hip Hop
Growing up in a small, central California town, Melissa Leal, Esselen/Ohlone, was captivated by the music of rappers and hip hop artists and harbored dreams of becoming a professio...
Video: Native Youth Declare 'We Are Indian! We Are Proud!'
In this two-minute video, a group of Native youth declare, “We are Indian!...
Tribal College President Lionel Bordeaux Honored
In a proclamation marking how far the tribal college movement has come, Ryan Wilson, president of the National Alliance to Save Native Languages, honored one tribal college preside...
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