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The American Indian Warrior Way in Words: Code Talker Chester Nez's New Memoir, Plus: 'Warriors in Uniform' and 'America's First Warriors'
One way to honor the service and sacrifice of our American Indian Warriors is to carry forth their stories...
Overcoming Challenges: Five Themes in Justice Sonia Sotomayor’s Memoir Resonate in Indian Country
My Beloved World by Sonia Sotomayor (Knopf, 2013) has sat atop The New York Times best-seller list for weeks. The Latina U.S...
Book Excerpt: Everything You Wanted to Know About Indians But Were Afraid to Ask
In his introduction to Everything You Wanted to Know About Indians But Were Afraid to Ask, author and professor Anton Treuer says that he spent most of his childhood living in a bo...
Anton Treuer: An Ambassador With Answers to Silly Questions
“Whites never get asked to speak for all white people...
The Only One Living to Tell, Excerpt: Massacre's sole survivor finally gets his day in print
Editor's note: Hoomothya was a Yavapai Indian who as a boy witnessed the massacre of 225 fellow tribal members at the hands of American soldiers in what has come to be known as the...
Book Review: The Only One Living to Tell, a Story Long Overdue
Hoomothya, or Wet Nose, was among the few survivors of the Kwevkepaya, one of four Apache tribal branches grouped under the rubric of Yavapai...
Geronimo, Updated: New Biography Sheds Light on the Hero and the Forces That Shaped Him
Geronimo is unarguably one of the most famous Native American leaders ever, and while he lived, he was among the most feared...
Microchimerism: Poetry from Cell Traffic
Heid E. Erdrich
I Nub of human, shell pink fingernail, whether you live or all unformed leave her body she will never be without you. This, scientists tell us, is literally true: . . ...
In Search of Jane’s Grave: Poetry From Heid E. Erdrich's Cell Traffic
Heid E. Erdrich
In memory of Jane, wife of Henry R. Schoolcraft, Esq., born at St...
Ojibwe Poet Heid Erdrich Talks About Her Love of Language
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