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Indigenous peoples continue to widely reject the monikers 'Native American' and 'American Indian' and instead refer to themselves by their tribe, nation
The Washington NFL team's Josh Norman feels his bow-and-arrow celebration performance is not as violent as the New England Patriots’ firing of muskets.
Not retiring! Resting: Suzan Shown Harjo Donates Her Papers, Research and Artwork to the Institute of American Indian Arts
Native Twitter was ablaze with frustration June 19 following the release of the Supreme Court’s decision that a federal law prohibiting the trademark of disparaging racial slurs is unconstitutional.
A senseless murder, invisible Indians, and the nonpartisan, warming climate during the Week That Was: The Big Stories in Indian Country, June 4, 2017.
People freaked when Kathy Griffin posted an explicit photo of a faux decapitated Trump — but we see 'decapitated' Indians all the time.
Loreal Tsingine, a 27-year-old Diné mother, was shot five times by a Winslow Police officer in Arizona in March 2016, and her family is still awaiting justice.
Phoenix Mayor Greg Stanton last fall began pushing to change the name of Squaw Peak Drive, which includes a derogatory term for Native American women.
In 2016, school and team mascots that disparage Native Americans still exist. Here is a look back at some of the great Native appropriation blunders.
Ray Halbritter was one of many speakers at Carlisle Journeys, a forum to discuss Native American athletes and current issues in athletics.
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