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Natives Against the Santa Fe Fiesta
Stars Greene, Birmingham Te Ata Premiere
Agua Caliente Band Donates $250K to SRST
AMERIND Risk on Injury Prevention
Tribes Receive $492 Million
Water Protectors Rounded Up After Prayer
Karletta Chief Receives AISES Award
Standing Rock: Who Tells the Story?
Myaamia Linguist Wins Genius Grant
S. Rock: What Will ‘Consultation’ Mean?
List of Nammy Winners 2016
Control of Education System For Navajo
Sacred Items Banned From Public Meeting
Moving On: Gary Davis to Lead NAFSA
Weekly Pow Wow Planner: 9-30 to 10-2
Nike N7 Announces Collaboration W/ Taboo
Sugar Can Cause Heart Disease
Feds ‘Paying a Lot of Attention’
DAPL Protectors Continue Resistance
New Bug School Finally Being Built
Thing About Skins
A Cedar Hat for Obama: At His Final Tribal Nations Conference
As President Barack Obama took the stage at the 8th Annual...
Jimmy Carter: Signed ICWA into Law
Editor’s note: Voters this year will elect the 45th...
Wikipedia Wants Improved Content on Indigenous Peoples, Needs Your Help
Wikipedia volunteers and the Wikimedia Foundation, the non-...
White House Outlines Massive Outreach to Indian Country at Tribal Nations Conference
As the 8th Annual White House Tribal Nations Conference (...
Climate Justice Meets Racism: This Moment at Standing Rock Was Decades in the Making
Attack dogs and waves of arrests by police in riot gear...
Sacred Burial Ground Sold to Dakota Access
Cannonball Ranch in North Dakota has been sold to Dakota...
American Indian History
Texas Preps for Its First Official American Indian Heritage Day
On May 10, Governor Rick Perry signed House Bill 174 designating the last Friday in September as American Indian Heritage Day in Texas...
Native History: Crazy Horse Killed by U.S. Soldier While in Custody
This Date in Native History: On September 5, 1877, Crazy Horse, an Oglala Sioux Indian chief who resisted removal efforts, was killed at Fort Robinson by a soldier's bayonet...
Native History: Geronimo Is Last Native Warrior to Surrender
This Date in Native History: On September 4, 1886, the great Apache warrior Geronimo surrendered in Skeleton Canyon, Arizona, after fighting for his homeland for almost 30 years...
Native History: How a Lame Cow Started the Plains Wars
This Date in Native History: An old, lame cow and a group of greedy emigrants spurred one young lieutenant’s lust for glory, resulting in the death of 30 soldiers and one Brule chi...
Native History: Uncas Signs Treaty That Hands Connecticut to Settlers
This Date in Native History: A treaty signed on September 1, 1640 changed everything for tribes that had always controlled the area called Connecticut or in Algonquin, The River Wi...
Apache Battle NYC Natural History Museum Over Sacred Objects
A persistent disagreement has kept 77 objects from being returned to the Apaches from the American Museum of Natural History in New York City for the last four years, reports the N...
Native History: Ishi Emerges from Mountains and Enters the White World
This Date in Native History: The year was 1911, and it was a brutally hot day in Northern California, when a traditional Yana man in his 50s with his hair singed short entered the ...
Words That Changed the World: MLK's ‘I Have a Dream’ Speech Turns 50
Today marks 50 years since Martin Luther King Jr. gave one of the most recognized speeches in history to a crowd of more than 250,000 and protesters marched on Washington, D.C...
Ancient Society Ruled by Women: Tomb in Peru Confirms It
The discovery of another tomb belonging to a Moche—or Mochia—priestess in Peru confirms that powerful women ruled the region 1,200 years ago, reported the Agence France-Presse ...
Smallin Cave Restores Original Osage Plants; Teaches Native History
Crops like those grown by Native Americans 1,000 years ago are thriving again at Smallin Civil War Cave just south of Springfield, Missouri...
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