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Check out Amazing Photos of Georgia Swarm on Native American Heritage Game Day Celebration!
Check out this amazing photo gallery of Georgia Swarm on...
Eagles' Sam Bradford Wants Out of Philadelphia
Cherokee quarterback Sam Bradford says he wants out of...
Highlighting Native Athletes: NDNSports is a True Success Story
The NDNSports.com origin story is similar to Facebook’s,...
Oneida Nation’s Ray Fougnier, 73, Sets Four World Records
At the young age of 73, Native star athlete Ray Fougnier is...
New York Giants Commit Giant Flip-Flop on Washington
The New York Giants got caught in a flip-flop Thursday...
Big Win For Georgia Swarm on Native American Heritage Game Day Celebration
Amid the sights and sounds of a Native American Heritage...
World Mourns Indigenous Rugby Great as New Zealand’s Jonah Lomu Walks On
Many sports have internationally known, iconic players. Boxing has Muhammad Ali and Joe Louis. Soccer has Pele and David Beckham...
Eight Native ballers you need to know better
Pioneers of their generation, the following athletes have conquered a variety of obstacles...
A Hoops Q&A with Badgers Point Guard Bronson Koenig
University of Wisconsin point guard Bronson Koenig (Ho-Chunk) took the college basketball world by storm last season in guiding the Badgers to the NCAA Tournament Championship game...
Indigenous Celebration at 1 World Indigenous Games 2015
In late October, 24 Brazilian tribes and 23 nations from around the world began to gather in the beautiful city of Palmas, Tocantins, Brazil for the 1 World Indigenous Games...
Memoir: Hockey Great Reggie Leach Comes Clean About Cleaning Up
As one might expect, an autobiography from a former National Hockey League star includes plenty of detail about his formative years and how he became a pro...
Ojibwe Stanley Cup Winner Reggie Leach Is Still Giving Back
Reggie Leach is an Ojibwe hockey player who was nicknamed the Riverton Rifle for his lethal slapshots during his 13 seasons in the NHL...
Carolina Panthers Burn Washington Redskins, First on Twitter, Then on the Field
When the Washington Redskins tweeted “Carolina is #Redskins country #HTTR (Hail to the Redskins,)” with a video of fans singing the Washington team theme song before Sunday's game ...
Houska: Legislation, Litigation, and the Kitchen Sink, But the Fighting Sioux Mascot Is Done
On Wednesday, the University of North Dakota ended the fight to keep its Native American mascot with the selection of the “Fighting Hawks” for its new name...
Goodbye ‘Fighting Sioux’! UND is Now the Fighting Hawks
The results of a University of North Dakota vote were released at a press conference Wednesday, and UND President Robert Kelly disclosed that the new mascot name for UND will be th...
NFL Still Backs Washington Racist Name, But Some Teams Making Changes for Better
Indian Country has sent a message that derogatory names and imagery are not acceptable. That voice is being heard...
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