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SCOTUS & Being Considered 'Nothing'
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'Dances With Wolves' 25 Years Later
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Thing About Skins: Natives and Refugees
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The Week That Was: November 29, 2015
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Be a Big Brother or Big Sister
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Thing About Skins
Alcatraz Occupation Graffiti Preserved
The first time the words “Peace and Freedom. Welcome...
Colgate Students Curate Native American History Exhibit
One of the students who helped curate the new exhibit of local Native American objects at the Hamilton Public Library in Hamilton, New York has a family connection to one of the pi...
Native Author Discusses Adventures in an Indian Boarding School
M.L. McCluskey, or Murt, as he prefers to be called, graduated from the Cut Bank Indian Boarding School in Browning, Montana after eighth grade...
New York Elementary Students Create Native-Inspired Folktales
Fourth-Grade students from Erin Brewster’s class at Volney Elementary School in Fulton, New York recently presented Native American folktales they wrote and illustrated at an autho...
Radio Program Sheds Light on Minnesota’s Little Known History
It is the year that Minnesota Governor Mark Dayton has declared a reconciliation and renounced the call from that same office in 1862 to exterminate or remove all Dakota people fro...
Voices Echo Through Time to Condemn Sand Creek Massacre
On a windswept prairie in southeastern Colorado, some people say they can still hear the cries of those killed in the Sand Creek Massacre of November 29, 1864...
Native American Heritage Month: A Special Time for Cultural Education
This time of year is special for Mary Ann Robins, president of Circle Legacy Center, a nonprofit dedicated to supporting and empowering Native Americans...
Trail of Tears and the 1862 Mankato Massacre Remembered in Tribute Performance by Mankato Symphony Orchesta
On Sunday, Nov. 18, starting at 3 p.m...
What Came First, the Raven or the Eagle?
Many have heard the question: What came first, the chicken or the egg? But what about the Raven or the Eagle?...
Science Paper Supports WSU Finding of ‘Earliest Known North Americans’
A bone projectile point found in a mastodon rib discovered in S’Klallam’s historical territory in 1977 has been confirmed to be 13,800 years old – 800 years older than stone tools ...
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