By Alysa LandryThe Havasupai Tribe supports a landmark civil rights lawsuit filed by Havasupai children and their families against the Bureau of Indian Education claiming youth aren’t getting adequate education in the Village of Supai.
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By Alysa LandryFive individuals are being charged with violating the Indian Arts and Crafts Act after allegedly importing and selling fake Native American jewelry.
By Alysa LandryOn February 20, 1725, a group of 88 scalp hunters led by John Lovewell attacked a band of Abenaki Indians living in a wigwam scalping them for profit near Wakefield, New Hampshire.
By Alysa LandryLooking to get away and enjoy some of the best of gaming, and an authentic cultural experience, check out a Native-owned casino or resort.
By Alysa LandryA $600 million settlement decrees two mining-company subsidiaries will clean up 94 abandoned uranium mines on the Navajo Nation.
By Alysa LandryOn February 8, 1887, U.S. President Grover Cleveland signed the Dawes Act into law, introducing private land ownership to American Indians.
By Alysa LandryNative culture thrives in Belize, a small Central American country bordering Mexico to the north and Guatemala to the west and south.
By Alysa LandryGary Mike, the father of Ashlynne Mike, is suing the Navajo Nation for dragging their feet during the investigation into her kidnapping, which the lawsuit says led to the death of his daughter.
By Alysa LandryOn February 3, 1889, the outlaw Belle Star was killed by two shots from behind, ending the reign of the famous Bandit Queen in the Oklahoma Territory.