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Remembering Sand Creek: Proposed Memorial Would Bring History to Colorado’s Capitol Grounds
“Remember us. Don’t forget us, remember us.” These are the...
Cherokee Nation Purchases Sequoyah’s Cabin from Oklahoma Historical Society
The Cherokee Nation is celebrating the purchase and...
Coast Salish Conservator Awarded Fellowship to Study Native Ancestors
The Presidio’s Christina L. Wallace has been named a...
DAPL Desecrated Sacred Sites, Took 10 Days to Tell State, as Human Rights Abuses Continue
Under orders from the Army Corps of Engineers, Morton...
Video: Dakota Access Construction Is Almost at the Missouri River
Five days after the October 27 military-style assault by...
Presence of the Aged: Are We Ignoring Our Native Elders?
It’s been a few months since I’ve seen him. And when I have...
NAJA Calls for Ethical, Informed ICWA Reporting
The Native American Journalists Association addresses deficient coverage of the child-welfare case involving Choctaw family; will create a guide for reporters covering the Indian C...
Daughter of Olympian Sam Kahanamoku Walks On
Sonia Vrooman Lien Kahanamoku, who met her Native Hawaiian family when she was in her 70s and in her last five years became an author, mentor and advocate for Native children, walk...
‘Stirring the Pot’: An Act of Digital Repatriation
While visiting the Tuscarora Nation—the smallest of the Haudenosaunee (Iroquois) communities in western New York—in 1913, Joseph Dixon photographed six individuals, and those image...
Women’s History Month Honors Suzan Shown Harjo, Betty Mae Tiger Jumper
March 1 marks the first day of Women’s History Month, and this year finds two Native women among the 16 honorees designated for 2016...
Video: Cherokee Elder Talks Back Then Games, Chores and School
Cherokee Elder Joan Jumper Spade was one of five children. She remembers playing a game like dice with her siblings...
Video: Cherokee Elder Remembers Making Lye Soap and Stealing Horses
One of nine children, Cherokee Elder Lawrence Scott spent a lot of time during his childhood helping his grandmother make lye soap. He also grew up speaking Cherokee...
Iroquois Nation Reps, Clan Mothers, Gather for 222nd Annual Canandaigua Treaty Ceremony
Iroquois Nation leaders, clan mothers and other tribal members gathered in Washington, DC on Monday to renew a 222-year-old treaty between the U.S...
National Council Does Not Condone Faux Native American Churches or Marijuana Use
Native American Churches
There is a growing trend in the United States, of organizations adopting the name “Native American Church” as a means of trying to obtain the protection of federal law, which was e...
Video: In Memory of Raymond Hummingbird
Cherokee Elder Raymond Hummingbird, who walked on just after his 93rd birthday on December 28, 2015, is remembered in this video interview he did for the Cherokee Nation...
Retrieving Homelands: Osage Nation Wins Bid for Ted Turner’s 43,000-Acre Bluestem Ranch
The Osage Nation has won a bid to buy the 43,000-acre Bluestem Ranch from Cable News Network founder Ted Turner, restoring some of the 1.2 million acres the tribe owned until the e...
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