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Thousands Flee Saskatchewan Wildfires
Moving On Up: This Week’s Promotions
Native Footballers Take the Field
Pueblo Comic Book Heroes of 'Tewa Tales'
CRYPs Garden Evolving Into Micro Farm
OKC's AICCM Gets a Big Hand
Healing Autoimmune Diseases
Navajo Fluency Put to Vote July 21
Toward the Liberation of Our Nations
Poet Natasha Kanapé Fontaine on Language
The Week That Was
French-Innu Poetry: Josephine Bacon Chat
Chickasaw Nation General Election
3 Ways to Tell You’re On the Rez
Liberating Indigenous from Tradition
How Indians Left the Confederate Flag
15-year-old Climate Warrior Addresses UN
ATCR and Buffy Sainte-Marie Dance Track
Manning: Life, liberty, and Healing
Thing About Skins
Native Sorority Empowers Women and Promotes Culture
Native women enrolled in universities across the U.S. are enjoying the camaraderie and sisterhood that comes from membership in the first historically American Indian sorority...
Chickasaw Nation Appoints New Administrator of Division of History and Culture
Lisa John, who has been employed with the Chickasaw Nation since 1994, will now serve as administrator for the nation’s Division of History and Culture...
Ho-Chunk Elder and a Founder of American Indian Center of Chicago, Angeline C. DeCorah, Walks On
Ho-Chunk elder Angeline C. DeCorah, one of the founders of the American Indian Center (AIC) of Chicago walked on August 6. She was 91...
American Indian Center in California Educates and Promotes Cultural Understanding
Mary Puthoff was born on the Rosebud Lakota Reservation in South Dakota and raised by a family in the Black Hills after being adopted at age 5...
Chicago Councilman’s Stereotyping of Natives Continues, American Indian Center Director Feels Cultural Education Is Necessary
Recent events in Chicago over the 200 th anniversary of the Battle of Fort Dearborn have pitted Chicago 14 th Ward Alderman Edward M...
To End Racism, State Should Mandate Teaching Oregon Tribal History
Confederated Tribes of Grand Ronde
The Confederated Tribes of Grand Ronde, along with representatives from some of the other nine federally recognized Tribes in Oregon, does not support the recent Oregon Board of Ed...
Sacred Artifacts Returned to Onondaga Nation
Even though she didn’t live to see it, Tuesday would have been a happy day for Onondaga Nation clan mother Dorothy Webster...
Noble Savages, Noble Nations
Considered from our 21st century standpoint, the term noble savage is patronizing and condescending...
Letters in Cherokee: A Pen Pal Program Enhances Cultural Interactions
A pen pal program has immersion students from the Cherokee Nation of Oklahoma and the Eastern Band of Cherokee Indians in North Carolina exchanging letters and promoting stronger c...
Teaching Native History Through Art
John Bercier, a Chippewa Cree art teacher at Butte High School in Montana, is raising the bar on art education by combining it with Native American history ...
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