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The Week That Was: The Big Stories in Indian Country, September 25, 2016
Dakota Access went international in a big way, a marine national monument was quadrupled, and autumn happened. That and more in Indian country the week ending 25 September, 2016...
5 More Things You Thought You Knew About American Indians
Continuing with our tour of American Indian trivia, courtesy of Alexander Ewen and Jeffrey Wollock’s Encyclopedia of the American Indian in the Twentieth Century (University of New...
Heroes Till the End: Code Talkers in Their Twilight Years
Guinea Pigs: 70 Years Later, National Cancer Institute Studies Nuclear Fallout
Tanya H. Lee
Nearly 70 years have elapsed since the first atomic bomb was dropped—not the ones visited upon Nagasaki and Hiroshima, but the test bombs that were inflicted on unsuspecting New Me...
H-Bomb Guinea Pigs! Natives Suffering Decades After New Mexico Tests
Tanya H. Lee
Much has been made of the dropping of the first atomic bomb on two now-infamous cities, Hiroshima and Nagasaki, and the health-nightmare aftermath...
D-Day: Reflecting on Native Participation 68 Years Later
The ships flooded the shorelines along a 50-mile stretch; the planes peppered the skies and General Dwight D...