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Video: What Color Is That Blue Moon?
Chevalier Remembered By Loved Ones
Indigenous Immigrants Screwed
Drunks, Racism and South Dakota
Blackhorse: Mascots Are to Be Ridiculed
Houska: Oak Flat Can Never Be Replaced
Construction Boom at Expo ’15
Nunavut Teens Create Vibrant Mural
Journalist Leaves a Bright Legacy
Native Journalists Take Over DC
Cecil the Lion’s Killer Is U.S. Dentist
Gov. Inslee Continues to Impress
Christians: Will Saying Sorry Be Enough?
Gyasi Ross Schools 'Em With 'Harvard'
Video: Comedian Lee Camp on Land Grab
Outrage Over Mural of Natives in Bondage
Montt Trial Suspended Again
How Can Tribes Relate to Off-Res Citizen
Houska: Indiana School Drops R-Word
What We Know About Death of Henry
Thing About Skins
Indigenous Diversities: Each Nation Is Different
Indigenous nations are extremely diverse in terms of...
5 More Odd Facts About the Difficult, Tortured History of Virginia Indians
The Chickahominy Obligation to Fight the Spanish The...
How Salt Built Civilization
There must be something strangely sacred in salt. It is in...
Notes From a Single Mom: Our Founding ‘Feathers’
History was never my favorite subject in school. When you’...
4 Native Women Redefine Security and Fight for Sacred Places
“Welcome to Ohlone territory! We are still here, and we are...
The Battle For Mesa Prieta’s Petroglyphs
Mesa Prieta rises above the Rio Grande Valley in remote...
American Indian History
Get Your Hot Lava! Kilauea Volcano Spares the Big Island. For Now
The New York Times had a report that hit me close to home in a strange way. Some close relatives of mine, of the Teehee family as I am, moved to Hawaii...
10 Ways Native Youth Can Learn About Their Culture
Considering traditions, language and ceremony have been passed down for many generations in many tribes, there is a lot to learn in the way of culture...
Photo: Vintage Images Given New Life
Greatest Works of Dja Dja Wurrung Nation in Hands of British Museums
This powerful story of precious property taken and regained—only to be lost again—exemplifies the struggle between Indigenous Peoples and the dominant culture’s museums over the ri...
Women’s History Month: Let’s Celebrate Annie Dodge Wauneka
It’s Women’s History Month, and we would like to take this opportunity to celebrate Annie Dodge Wauneka, the first Native American to receive the Presidential Medal of Freedom...
The Jaguar Corridor: Protecting the Sacred Cat
National Geographic’s online edition recently featured zoologist Alan Rabinowitz describing what he calls the “ jaguar cultural corridor ,” anchored by the Olmec and moving in time...
Native History: Yamasee War Ends Native Slave Trade, Upcoming Conference
Few American Indian wars were more devastating to colonists and more influential on the development of the south than the Yamasee War of 1715...
Surviving the Blizzard of 1967: One Woman Tells Her Family’s Story
Lillie Ann Begaye was 12 years old when her entire world turned white. It was mid-December 1967 and snow had fallen on the Navajo Nation for days...
Indigeneity or Ethnicity: A Choice That Could Harm Tribal Identities
Ethnicity and indigeneity are two different forms of cultural identity...
Video: Cherokee Elder Sue Wildcat Talks Hitching Rides and Making Toys
Cherokee Elder Sue Wildcat talks about hitching rides because most people couldn’t afford a car, and playing in the creek...
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