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Jacksonland: Riveting Narrative Details Chief John Ross's Attempts to Save the Cherokee Nation
You don’t need to be a history buff to dive headlong into Jacksonland: President Andrew Jackson, Cherokee Chief John Ross, and a Great American Land Grab (Penguin Press, 2015), Ste...
How American Indians Saved the Sport of Football
Last Sunday, we looked at an interesting perspective on the rise of football in the late 19th century: "Was American Football Invented Because of The End of The Indian Wars?" The t...
NPR Ombudsman Says Network Should Stop Using R-word
NPR ombudsman Edward Schumacher-Matos says it is time for NPR to “purposefully dissociate” itself from using the word “Redskins” on-air and online...
NPR: For Ailing Vets in Rural Areas, Tele-Medicine Can Be the Cure
This morning, NPR's Morning Edition reported on "tele-medicine," which is connecting veterans in rural areas, like remote tribal area Wales, Alaska, with doctors in VA hospitals th...
The American Indian Warrior Way in Words: Code Talker Chester Nez's New Memoir, Plus: 'Warriors in Uniform' and 'America's First Warriors'
One way to honor the service and sacrifice of our American Indian Warriors is to carry forth their stories...
Billy Mills's Golden Olympic Run, Vince Carter's Olympic-Size Dunk and Sasquatch--These Are a Few of Sherman Alexie's Favorite Things
On a recent NPR Morning Edition "Watch This" segment , the guest was author and poet Sherman Alexie , who grew up on the Spokane Indian Reservation and won a National Book Award fo...
ICTMN's Rob Capriccioso Discusses Elizabeth Warren and Native American Identity on NPR
The NPR radio show Tell Me More has interviewed ICTMN's Washington Bureau Chief Rob Capriccioso about the questions of Indian identity raised by Elizabeth Warren's claim of Cheroke...
Standup Comedian Charlie Hill Tells NPR He’s Living the ‘Indigenous Dream’
In an interview with National Public Radio , pioneering Native comedian Charlie Hill, Oneida-Mohawk-Cree, talks about his journey from the Oneida Nation of Wisconsin reservation to...
NPR Discussion: 'How Do You Prove You're a Native American?'
On the June 7th edition of the NPR program "Talk of the Nation," guests discussed the questions of Indian identity and ethnic fraud that have come to the surface with the recent fl...
New Book Maps America’s Languages, Includes Navajo
Elizabeth Little In her new book, Trip of the Tongue: Cross-Country Travels in Search of America's Languages , author Elizabeth Little maps the many and varied languages of America...
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