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Do history books written by white folks tell the truth about Native Americans? We think not. Here are just some of the big lies they tell.
Jimmie Durham has long employed the strategy of misrepresenting himself as Native for his own profit—and he’s not alone.
Percentage Indian? The first blood quantum law was passed in 1705 in the colony of Virginia in which laws were introduced to restrict the civil rights of Native people.
ICMN Guest Editorial
Jimmie Durham currently has a traveling exhibit that has renewed the conversation about his false claim of indigenous heritage.
The story of the survival of the Delaware people is told by Native American author Denise Low through her own family’s history and struggle.
Gabriel S. Galanda
With the Indian Reorganization Act the federal government introduced the idea of “membership” to Native nations, which has led tribes down a dangerous path.
Her claims are true: Senator Jeanne Shaheen is direct descendant of Pocahontas according to Ancestry.com family tree records
Killers of the Flower Moon shows that 100 years after the Reign of Terror in Osage we still have genetic and ethnic Indians trading blood for oil.
Another of North America’s “lost cities” has been found; the urban center—called Etzanoa by the Spanish—was home to some 20,000 Wichita Indians in southern Kansas.
Robert Hall has learned the Pikuni language and is now volunteering and teaching its everyday usage to all ages on the Blackfeet reservation in Montana.
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