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Diary of a Colonized Heart - Jen Falcon
Trump Using Pocahontas Is Disrespectful
The Week That Was: May 29, 2016
Rainbow Flag Joins Grand Entry at SFSU
Seneca is Top Grad, Speaker at Syracuse
Stealing Pumpkins and Ordering Chickens
Re-colonize, Re-evangelize, Re-dominate
Mars Is Ready for Its Close-Up
DOI Sec. Jewell Denounces Paris Auction
Pulitzer Nominee Maurice Kenny Walks On
Paulette Jordan Wins Idaho Primary
14 Images of FLOTUS in Santa Fe
WaPo Poll: Surprising, Not Shocking
200 Native Artists at 'Native Treasures'
Fight Against R-Word Is Going Nowhere
An Unforgettable Day with Michelle Obama
EPA Brownfields Gives Tribes $1 Million
Deborah Parker to Dem Platform Committee
Trump’s Last Stand
Site C: A Test for Trudeau?
Thing About Skins
‘Seeds of Culture’: Matika Wilbur Tells Women’s Stories
Matika Wilbur, Swinomish/Tulalip, brought more than her...
Video: Cherokee Elder Talks Softball, Rope Swings, and Hidden Candy
Cherokee Elder Eva Mae Fourkiller Comando was born in...
Video: Far From Home, DC-Area Navajo Gather to Celebrate, Remember Heritage
In a windowless, fluorescent-lit conference room near...
Federal Agencies Launch Initiative to Support the Implementation and Enforcement of ICWA
Today at the opening session of the 34th annual National...
The Excruciating Legacy of NAGPRA
The topic sounded dry as bones, but the discussion was...
Breaking: California Supreme Court Denies Appeal in Lexi Case
Today the California Supreme Court denied a petition to...
Services for Elouise Cobell Saturday, October 22
Funeral services for Elouise Cobell, 65, will be held Saturday, October 22, at the Browning High School, 105 Hwy 89, Browning, Montana...
Elouise Cobell Remembered by Many
When news broke that Elouise Cobell, the embodiment of a 16-year battle with the United States government for Indian funds, died Sunday night, the outpouring of memories started to...
Information on Indian Boarding School Attendees in Michigan Sought
The Saginaw Chippewa Indian Tribe’s Michigan Industrial Indian Boarding School Committee is seeking information on members who attended the Indian boarding school in Mt...
NCAI President Jefferson Keel Responds to Elouise Cobell's Death
"Elouise Cobell represented the indelible will and strength of Indian Country and her influence and energy will be greatly missed...
Elouise Cobell, 65, Walks On
The Indian woman who fought the U.S. government—and won —has lost her battle with cancer...
Viejas Keeps Native American Culture Alive
The 20th anniversary celebration of Viejas Casino on September 17 was a community event that heralded the Viejas Band of Kumeyaay Indians’ pride and accomplishment...
Learn the History of Native Americans in Lower Putah Creek
For the final lecture in its CreekSpeak series, the Putah Creek Council will host Victoria Bevolden, a Lake Berryessa ranger, on October 20...
Bitter Fight to Determine Who Is an American Indian Turns to DNA Testing
The onset of casino gaming brought great change in Indian country, but it also created unexpected—and frequently heated—arguments over Indian identity: What makes somebody a membe...
Theda Clarke, Suspect in 1975 AIM Killing, Dies
Theda Clarke, Oglala Sioux Tribe member and activist with the American Indian Movement most known for her connections in the 1975 killing of fellow AIM activist Annie Mae Pictou Aq...
Park Dedicated to Historic Native American Civil Rights Advocate
The free-born son of an African father and Native American mother, Paul Cuffe (1759-1817), was recently honored at a dedication ceremony for Captain Paul Cuffe Park at the New Bedf...
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