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Photo: Cutest Pow Wow Kid of the Week
It’s Time for Asparagus
Fawn Sharp Re-Elected Quinault President
A Conversation at a Washington Game
'Marlon Brando,' Hip Hop by Gyasi Ross
NB3 Foundation Gifts $80,000
10 MORE Signs You May Be Native
Corgi Orgy; North Pole Walk
4 Ways to Show Support for Mauna Kea
Harjo to be Honored With Homecoming
The Fight to Stop Seismic Slaughter
Jude Schimmel Not Drafted
‘Can-Do’ Attitude Raises Hopes
Blending Modern and Traditional Medicine
Indigenous Wayuu Children Dying
Song of Sophomores II
Houska: 'I Didn't Know' Won't Cut It
Yellowstone Time-Lapse in the Moonlight
Mara: Tiger Lily a Native of Neverland
Vaping Teens: Far Worse Than Smoking
Thing About Skins
Dump Jackson From the $20; Replace him with a Mankiller
It’s time for an update on the women organizing what some...
10 Fascinating Documentaries About Native Americans You Can Watch Right Now
Information is power, and communicating it is vital....
Happy Birthday America’s Nazis! Marking 20 Years of Stupid, Violent Racism
This year marks the 20th anniversary of Stormfront, the...
Changing Perceptions and Making Connections—One Map at a Time
In the beginning, there were no lines. Prior to 1492, North...
Some Old, Some New: 10 Products, Places, and Items Called Squaw
Though the origin of the word “squaw” is a topic that has...
Lying to Children About the California Missions and the Indian
All my life, I have heard only one story about California...
American Indian History
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...
1790 Treaty of New York Arrives at NMAI
A delegation from Muscogee (Creek) nation was on hand in Washington, D.C. on March 16 to witness the arrival of the 1790 Treaty of New York...
How Soviet Media Used Leonard Peltier as Anti-U.S. Propaganda [Video]
An article posted to Mother Jones today looks back at a practice begun in the Reagan administration: Video briefings on current events, provided to the Commander in Chief by the CI...
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