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Lora Ann Chaisson: NMAI’s Meet Native America Series
In the interview series Meet Native America , the Smithsonian National Museum of the American Indian invites tribal leaders, cultural figures, and other interesting and accomplishe...
Indian Country Influenced by Attitudes From the Old South
Eleanor Cook rolled out of bed, nervous, but excited about what the future held that day....
Louisiana Tribes Battle Rising Gulf Waters
Much has been made of small Alaska Native villages falling prey to erosion and sea level rise way up near the Arctic...
Hurricane Isaac: Storm Directly Over Houma Nation Territory as Tornado Watch, Flood Warnings Issued
The United Houma Nation was on tornado watch through 4 p.m. on August 29 as Hurricane Isaac made landfall at around 6:45 a.m...
Native Cuisine Down in New Orleans: The United Houma Nation Represents at Jazz Fest
Jazz Fest down in New Orleans (which lasts until May 6) consists largely of two great pursuits—listening to music and eating food...
The United Houma Nation, Staying Afloat
Toward the southern end one of the many narrow, low, longitudinal ridges that extend from Louisiana into the Gulf of Mexico, the United Houma Nation has been struggling to preserve...
Houma Nation Fears 'Trade-off' in Louisiana's Coastal Restoration
There's no missing it on the homepage of the 2012 Coastal Master Plan at coastal.louisiana.gov : "Hard decisions are ahead." There is much work to be done to repair Louisiana's coa...
United Houma Nation Student Suspended For Refusing to Cut His Hair
Seth Chaisson, was suspended March 15 from Juban Parc Junior High School in Denham Springs, Louisiana, because he has repeatedly refused to cut his hair...
Hurricane Isaac: Damage But Not Widespread Devastation as Feared
Tribal officials were still sussing out damage to their territories on Thursday but on the whole expressed relief that they seemed to have been spared the worst of Hurricane Isaac...