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5 Must-See Images of Sacred Places
Violence: U.S. Has Selective Memory
5 for Fighting Indian Law Practitioners
Montreal First People’s Festival 2016
Bestseller Apache “Indeh” by Ethan Hawke
Obliterated Tribal Fisheries Get Fixed
2 Paiute Students Succeed
Energy Independence: Soboba Goes Solar
Moya-Smith: At the DNC, Rain and Madness
Native American Council Kicks Off DNC
Pokémon Go Stop on Sacred Burial Site
Coolidge: Adopted by Tribe
Reunions: Growing Up, Growing Wiser
Navajo Closer to Water Rights Settlement
Pipeline Spill Hits First Nations Water
Seneca, NIGA 'Rising Leader' Promoted
Two Spirit Native Dancers at SF Pride
Video: Youth Sing Grassy Narrows Love
Eyre, Studi, Farmer, Goodluck & Martinez
Mother Objects to Use of Son’s Name
Thing About Skins
6 ‘True History of Thanksgiving’ Stories, Which Do You Believe?
Gale Courey Toensing
Ever since the beginning of the National Day of Mourning – an annual anti-Thanksgiving gathering in Plymouth, Massachusetts – during the early years of the Indian rights movement, ...
New England’s Second Colonial Armed Conflict: King Philip’s War Remembered
In 1668 and 1669, Metacom or King Philip, was given the name by the English after the classical Greek conqueror “for his ambitious and haughty spirit;” and the title “King” to exag...
Thanksgiving: Native Roots, National Holiday and Quinnipiac Traditions
Thanksgiving is a holiday celebrated throughout the United States, and as you are eating left-overs and remembering events from the family meal mishaps and wondering why we do this...