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Native Women Rowers: Bronze & Superfund
100 Years Documentary Highlights Cobell
Justice Dept Still Delaying DAPL Permits
Archambault Requests DOJ Investigation
14 Days Out: Election Day
Congress: Pay Attention to Natives
4 Reasons to Attend AISES Conference
Wells Fargo Preyed on Natives
George W: ‘Actively Ignored’ Indians
What Does an Indian Look Like?
Cops Kill Pregnant Native American Mom
Traditional Tattoo Demonstration A Hit
Manning: Water Protectors Needed
15 Days Out: Election Day
SRST Responds to Militarized Police
NoDAPL Camp Frontline Expanded: IEN
DAPL Crackdown—Rubber Bullets, More Mace
Culture Held Captive
Susan Jensen to Lead CNIGA
Oglala Lakota Nursing: Elders Are Home
Thing About Skins
Hiawatha Belt Returns to Onondaga Lake
Before European contact on Turtle Island the Haudenosaunee (Iroquois) Confederacy was born on the shores of Onondaga Lake in what is now central New York State...
Hillary Clinton’s Run: Seneca Women, Modocs Facing Gallows and One Tough Quaker
Robert Aquinas McNally
When Hillary Clinton broke the longest-lasting glass ceiling in American politics by securing a major party’s nomination for president, the historical dimension of the achievement ...
Tuscarora Seek Food Sovereignty Through Seed Bank
For many, the word “sovereignty” is linked to ideas about land ownership, or relations with state or federal authorities...
Review: ‘A History of Native American Land Rights in Upstate New York’
When I first learned of Cindy Amrhein’s book “ A History of Native American Land Rights in Upstate New York ,” my skepticism was as piqued as my interest...
‘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...
Photo: Great Law of Peace Center Opens With Celebrations
Learn About the Haudenosaunee: Great Law of Peace Center Opens [14 Images]
Coinciding with Native American Heritage Month, Skä Noñh-Great Law of Peace Center celebrated its grand opening on the shores of Onondaga Lake in Liverpool, New York on November 20...
Native American Heritage Month: Video Explains How the Haudenosaunee Helped America Form
It is well known, at least in American Indian circles, that the U.S. government was modeled partly on the treaties and themes that comprised the Iroquois Confederacy...
People of the Hemp, Part 2: Criminalizing Traditional Teachings
Four times a day, Crandy Johnson prays in his Native Tuscarora language and uses a homemade tincture made from traditional herbs...
People of the Hemp, Part 1: Losing Land, Culture, Tradition
The way Tracy Johnson tells it, the plateau of land overlooking Niagara Falls and nestled among the Finger Lakes of northwestern New York once was covered in fields of hemp...
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