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JoAnn Kauffman slides into a secluded booth at a restaurant in SeaTac, Washington. There is a Māori tattoo on her left arm. Besides celebrating New Zealand’s proud indigenous people, it is a testament to her family, whose strong women have inspired her life’s work.
“The Māori tattoos are so she...
Dennis W. Zotigh
The National Museum of American Indian asks do American Indians celebrate the 4th of July and let their readers tell their stories about the day.
The beautiful and tragically lesser well-known beautiful art of Seventy‑five year old Native American artist Sam English
Representatives from many Native nations of the Plains will come together today for the 138th anniversary of the Battle of Little Big Horn.
The University of Montana has many things to offer Native American students, from the Payne Family Native American Center to a Native studies program.
Over its decades of existence, the National Alaska Native American Indian Nurses Association has evolved — but it hasn’t been a steady upswing.
Diana Lee King
If you are an educator of Indian children it is important that you understand them, know American Indian values and are familiar with how the children learn.
On Good Friday, the struggle to uphold treaty rights and protect natural resources, vital to the future of Federally recognized American Indians continues.
The Goldwater Institute aims to dismantle a landmark law called the Indian Child Welfare Act. A move that has been met by Native supporters of the law.
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