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Centennial Apache Freedom Run Is Underway
Of all the American Indian Nations who were defeated by or surrendered to the United States government, according to ApacheFreedomRun.com, the Chiricahua Apache were the last to su...
Honoring Jim Thorpe, the World's Greatest Athlete, on the 60th Anniversary of His Death
Sixty years ago today, March 28, 1953, Jim Thorpe , Sac & Fox, died of a heart attack in California at the age of 66...
'We Have a Monument!' Islanders and Coast Salish Tribes Celebrate President Obama Establishing San Juan Islands National Monument by Proclamation
On March 25, President Obama established the San Juan Islands National Monument by proclamation...
Celebrating Hula, the Language of the Heart, at the 50th Anniversary Merrie Monarch Festival
Traditional hula dancers from across Hawaii and the U.S. mainland are preparing for the largest Hawaiian dance competition in the world...
Going Native in...Seattle
When you think of Seattle, the first things that come to mind are probably the Space Needle, Puget Sound, the birthplace of Jimi Hendrix or maybe professional sports franchises lik...
Minnesota Works on Forgiving But Not Forgetting Its Native History
On December 26, a memorial was dedicated in Mankato, Minnesota’s Reconciliation Park near a white limestone buffalo that marks the spot where 38 Dakota men were hanged the day afte...
Watch Dakota 38 Documentary, Remember Those Lost 150 Years Ago
As the Dakota 38 riders make their way to Mankato, Minnesota to honor and remember the 38 men who lost their lives on December 26, 1862 in the largest mass execution ever seen in t...
California Bishop Will Apologize to Amah Mutsun Tribal Band
When the Spanish began colonizing central California and constructing Missions in the late 1700s, the Amah Mutsun people were aware of what the Spanish were doing...
More Racism at Amherst College, Native Student Speaks Out
Amherst College is apologizing for a poster some students considered racist and insensitive that was displayed December 5 on a wall in a biology classroom...
Dakota Riders Remember Injustice of 150 Years Ago
They began in Lower Brule, South Dakota on December 10...
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