CODE TALKERS STAND TALL AT SENATE HEARING
In a week filled with historical symmetries, this was as powerful as any:
Native American code talkers, their virtues formerly recognized only under
the of... Read More
CARMACKS, Yukon Surrounded by boxes of vegetables, a lady completes her
paperwork inside a tool shed. Her office environment is shaded from the
direct sunlight but when she's asked to about... Read More
INUVIK, Northwest Territories - To the hushed awe of a crowded gallery, the
entrance of the carved whalebone signified the beginning of the 10-day
The city of Inuvik welcomed artists throughout... Read More
Even for the editor of the prestigious National Geographic Magazine, it was
an act of daring. No matter that a mammoth amount of scientific research
clearly documents the reality of warming... Read More
Reflections on NMAI
September 21, 2004 meant different things to different people. A day like
any other, it was anything but for many American Indians gathered on the
National Mall in D.C.
Wearing... Read More
Sun wins division and draws crowds
UNCASVILLE, CONN. - The Mohegan Indian Tribe is winning big with its bet on
a professional women's basketball team, both at the gate and the
The... Read More
WASHINGTON - The National Museum of the American Indian's Mitsitam Cafe (it
means "Let's Eat" in Piscataway) is a major helping of exposure for Native
cuisine, and a breakthrough opportunity some... Read More
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