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Americans continue celebrating a holiday that whitewashes the mass killing of millions of Native Americans. [Read More]
Kentucky Native Americans built mounds for planting and it grew into the Three Sisters legend; Stanford celebrates Indigenous Peoples Day; take in the scenery, the... [Read More]
"The holiday associated with Pilgrims and Native Americans has come to symbolize intercultural peace, America's opportunity for newcomers, and the sanctity of home and family."—David... [Read More]
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Pumpkin pie is a staple of Thanksgiving, honoring that crisp November day in 1621 where settlers and Native Americans feasted on turkey and potatoes and... [Read More]
Nearly 2 out of 3 cases of sexual assault in the U.S. go unreported. A recent poll by NPR, the Robert Wood Johnson Foundation and... [Read More]
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About a third of Native Americans say they have experienced discrimination in the workplace when seeking jobs, or when getting promotions or earning equal pay,... [Read More]
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The Pequot War was a pivotal event in early American history that set the stage for the ultimate domination of all Native Americans by Europeans. [Read More]
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Eureka, Ca., (KIEM)- The number of Native Americans in jail is often disproportionate compared to overall population size. For example, there are 368 people currently incarcerated... [Read More]
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Left to right: Ida Riggins of Montgomery Creek Rancheria, Jack Potter Jr. of Redding and Louise Davis of Anderson discuss reconciliation efforts between American Indians... [Read More]
Left to right: Ida Riggins of Montgomery Creek Rancheria, Jack Potter Jr. of Redding and Louise Davis of Anderson discuss reconciliation efforts between American Indians... [Read More]
Choctaw members are upset and disappointed after they were referred to as "Chocs" in the Carthaginian newspaper this week. The Native Americans say it's a... [Read More]
The Department of the Interior announced today it is taking the final steps in its efforts to identify the whereabouts of approximately 17,000 Native Americans... [Read More]
Rapid City publisher Tim Giago has a vision for Wounded Knee, the site of a massacre of Native Americans in 1890. He wants to see... [Read More]
The Department of the Interior announced today it is taking the final steps in its efforts to identify the whereabouts of approximately 17,000 Native Americans... [Read More]
The Department of the Interior announced today it is taking the final steps in its efforts to identify the whereabouts of approximately 17,000 Native Americans... [Read More]
A key element of America's constitution is the relationship our nation has had with Native Americans. [Read More]
Editor's note: November is Native American Heritage Month. First proclaimed by President George H. W. Bush in 1990, it is an opportunity to acknowledge the... [Read More]
Native American leaders like Chief Standing Bear continue to leave a lasting impression on Nebraska history. During a recent trip to Niobrara, we learned... [Read More]
Applications to participate as an angel in this year's Angel Tree program are available at Chickasaw Nation area offices and must be completed and returned... [Read More]
Pensacola filed a pre-application to Triumph for $3 million to build monuments to Native Americans, slaves and other historically oppressed people. [Read More]
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