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Articles by Alysa Landry
By Alysa LandryOn August 29, 1970, United Native Americans occupied Mount Rushmore protesting the broken Treaty of Fort Laramie.
By Alysa LandryThere are not very many children’s books with characters that Native American kids can identify with; Native author Daniel Vandever is working to change that.
By Alysa LandryEstimates on the Navajo Nation estimate the free-roaming horse population is more than 50,000 and at the center of a heated controversy.
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 LandryDeath of Jane McCrea during Revolutionary War used to propel colonial fiction of the evil, savage Native American and shaped America’s views of Natives.
By Alysa LandryThe Navajo Housing Authority welcomed an entire new board that aims to bring a new era focused on improving quality of living on the Navajo Nation.
By Alysa LandryYouth worked with Navajo artists and leaders during the Dahayóígíí event to learn traditional art and Navajo culture over three days.