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7 Seconds in Seattle: John T. Williams’ Murder Continues to Inspire Activism and Change
In Seattle on August 30, 2010, two powerful forces, one ancient and one modern, collided at the corner of Boren and Howell. Police Officer Ian Birk exited his vehicle at 4:12 p.m...
The Week That Was: The Big Stories in Indian Country, October 25, 2015
Canada dominated the news this week, with ups and downs ranging from a major election victory that could benefit Indigenous Peoples, to the alleged assault of an Akwesasne man by b...
Seattle Continues Healing ‘Deep Wounds’ With Boarding School Resolution
“If it be admitted that education affords the true solution to the Indian problem, then it must be admitted that the boarding school is the very key to the situation,” Indian Schoo...
10,000-Year-Old Stone Tools Reveal Ancient Activity Hub Near Seattle
What began as routine construction for a shopping mall near Seattle has turned into a major archaeological find...
Seattle School Named After Robert Eagle Staff, Fourth to Have Indigenous Name
Seattle’s newest middle school will be named for the late Robert Eagle Staff, Lakota, principal of American Indian Heritage High School from 1989-1996...
Want to See Great Native Art? Take A Ferry Ride
The beautiful Haida eagle mask by artist Robert Leask, Haida/Tlingit/Tsimshian, peers out from its display case...
Tulalip Students Build Tiny Houses to Protect Seattle’s Homeless
Homelessness affects Native people in cities all over the country. Often downward spirals caused by various factors lead to a life on the streets...
Two Native Leaders’ Names Among Those Being Considered for New Seattle School
The names of Billy Frank Jr...
Lummi Youth Learn the Bigger Picture: Canoes Join Kayactivists Protesting Arctic Drilling
Before there were roads, interstate highways, light rail systems and airports, there were... canoes...
Native American School Building Won’t Get Landmark Status, Will Be Demolished
In July, the Seattle Landmarks Preservation Board voted 7-1 to designate as a landmark a public school with strong ties to Seattle’s Native American community...
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