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Headdress at a Hockey Game
Heitkamp Tackles Oil Trains, Native Kids
Must-Hear: 'Unchained Melody' on Panpipe
Mystery of Bent Trees Revealed
Shiprock Youth Center Opens
AG’s Native Subcommittee Names Leaders
DOI Announces Partnership
14-year-old Calls for Climate Leaders
Momoa and Gordon on 'Red Road' Season 2
Tribes Win Landmark Child Welfare Case
7 Types of Summer Programs for Kids
Agua Caliente Scores Victory
Fawn Sharp Talks Climate Change
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Sherman Alexie Joins Boycott of Indiana
Oglala Tribal Council Takes Aim at Paper
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Cherokee Nation Honors Veterans
CEDAW Calls for Women-Violence Inquiry
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Thing About Skins
#CrimingWhileWhite Recalls Native American Genocide, Smallpox
Thousands of protesters flooded freeways, city streets and squares throughout the country Wednesday following the announcement that a Staten Island grand jury voted not to indict D...
Native History: Chief Pontiac Murdered in Cahokia
This Date in Native History: On April 20, 1769, Ottawa war chief Pontiac was murdered in Cahokia, Illinois...
Native History: Major Attacks Wrong Indian Village, Doesn’t Care
This Date in Native History: On January 23, 1870, U.S...
Native History: Inventor of Biological Warfare Against Indians Dies
This Date in Native History: On August 3, 1797 Lord Jeffrey Amherst, the first military strategist to knowingly engage in biological warfare by giving smallpox-infected blankets to...
Native History: Columbus Sets Sail, Starts Rape & Pillage of ‘New' World
This Date in Native History: On August 3, 1492, Columbus sailed the ocean blue... at least that’s what most schoolchildren are taught. But what does that actually mean?...
Top 5 Historic Moments From 1776 for Natives: No Independence Day Here
While the Founding Fathers were signing the Declaration of Independence purportedly in Philadelphia, Natives were fighting for their own independence and survival...
Ghosts Towns and Living Defenders: A Coastal Timeline
Chris Wood, TheTyee.ca
[Editor’s Note: Often passed, seldom visited by outsiders, British Columbia’s Central Coast is home to the continent’s longest-settled places and most enduring peoples...
Christopher Columbus, the Myths Behind the Man
Columbus Day became a federal holiday to commemorate the landing of Christopher Columbus in the “New World” and his achievements in 1937, but throughout history those achievements ...
On This Day in 1541, Francisco Pizarro, Bane of the Incas, Was Assassinated
At the height of its existence, the Inca Empire ran some 2,500 miles along the Andean range from Colombia to Chile, had more than 10 million subjects and was home to Cuzco, a city ...
Natives and the American Holocaust
We've made it pretty clear that history has done an awful job of representing the persecution of Native Americans after European contact...
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