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In Praise of the Mighty Native Woman

Native women, with their indomitable spirits and ability to create miracles through sheer force of will, are absolutely the reason why the indigenous people of the Western hemisphere managed to survive genocide, against all odds. It is we who birth and nourish all Red Nations.March is Women’s History While...
An Anti-Redskins Protest Even Dan Snyder Can’t Ignore

An Anti-Redskins Protest Even Dan Snyder Can’t Ignore

“I can’t believe it, it’s like a dream or something, I have to pinch myself,” says Clyde Bellecourt, long-time Anishinabe activist and founder of both the American Indian Movement and the National Coalition of Racism in Sports, organizers of the “No Honor in Racism” protest and march in when...
Watch the Senate Committee on Indian Affairs Hearing Archived Webcast

Watch the Senate Committee on Indian Affairs Hearing Archived Webcast

On Thursday, May 5, the Senate Committee on Indian Affairs held an oversight hearing on "Stolen Identities: The Impact of Racist Stereotypes on Indigenous People." There were two participating panels: Panel #1 • The Honorable Tex Hall, Chairman, Mandan, Hidatsa and Arikara Nation, and Great Plains Tribal Chairman's Association, New ND •...
Gov. Jim Doyle signs school mascot bill

Gov. Jim Doyle signs school mascot bill

MADISON, Wis. –  Gov. Jim Doyle signed into law May 5 a bill that provides a transparent public process that school district residents can use to require school boards to review race-based nicknames, logos and mascots. The law, unique in the nation, is being popularly referred to as “Indian...

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IAIA: Bringing Native Art and Higher Education Together

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