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The Week That Was: November 29, 2015
3 Frustrations When Helping Students
Be a Big Brother or Big Sister
Roughed-Up Akwesasne Man Walks On
Little Lending in Any SD Counties
Tulsa Law Program Not Just for Attorneys
USDA Seeds Econ Development in N. Mexico
Video: If Natives Said What Whites Say
Police Sacrifice Dignity and Doughnuts
Oneida Nation Opens Bank Branch
8 MORE Points of Wisdom From Dr. Coyote
What’s Your American Indian IQ?
Indian Country’s Barack Obama?
Raul Trujillo: NatGeo Saints & Strangers
Int'l Crises: Our Past, Their Present
Indigenous Climate Experts Take Paris
DOJ Asks SCOTUS To Rule Case
Being Considered 'as Nothing'
Awesome Worldwide Rock Your Mocs Pics
Thanks for Nothing
Thing About Skins
The Birth Of Grand Teton National Park
The Grand Tetons rise 13,770 feet into the sky from Jackson Hole, in northwest Wyoming. Another eight peaks in the range are over 12,000 feet themselves...
13 Indigenous Grandmothers Gather to Save Mother Earth at the Birthplace of the Buddha
When the International Council of 13 Indigenous Grandmothers first formed their alliance in 2004 they vowed to travel to each other’s countries, and now it is Grandmother Aama Bomb...
Nebraska Teen Program Teaches Self-Knowledge, Leadership
“Being a leader isn’t being the loudest person around,” said 15-year-old Bart Kennedy...
Native American Heritage Month: Legend Keeper to Share Stories in North Carolina
Ramona Moore Big Eagle, Tuscarora/Cherokee, an oral historian and Legend Keeper of the Tuscarora Nation of North Carolina, will share stories at Lenoir-Rhyne University on November...
What’s Going on With the Crazy Horse Memorial?
The memorial to Crazy Horse in the Black Hills of South Dakota has been controversial and 64 years in the making. So, what’s taking so long?...
Lost Oregon Indian Battlefield Discovery Attributable to ‘Detective Work’
After being lost for more than a century and three years of searching, the location of the largest battle of the Rogue River Wars has been discovered by Southern Oregon University ...
Uncensored History Project Outlining Crow Indian Agency and Fort Parker Wins Outstanding Tribal Preservation Award in Montana
In September, the Extreme History Project, a nonprofit organization co-founded by historians Marsha Fulton and Crystal Alegria, was selected by the Montana Preservation Alliance to...
Tomb of Influential Early Mayan Ruler Discovered in Guatemala
Archaeologists in Guatemala have discovered the tomb of an influential early Mayan ruler...
After Controversial Ishi Play, University of California, Berkeley Co-Sponsors Indigenous Peoples Day Celebration to Promote Healing
Last spring, the University of California, Berkeley, produced a historically inaccurate and graphically violent play about Ishi, the famous California Indian, which caused some Ame...
Educator Spotlight: Donna L. Akers
Donna L. Akers, is an enrolled member of the Choctaw Nation of Oklahoma and an associate professor of history and ethnic studies at the University of Nebraska-Lincoln ...
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