Tag: eagle feather
The Citizen Potawatomi Nation’s Eagle Aviary houses eagles unable to be rehabilitated and is as an option aside from the national repository for feathers.
Less than three months before Warren Gamaliel Harding was elected 29th president of the United States, he stood on his front porch in Marion, Ohio, and promised Indians he would look out for their indigenous rights.
Harding, then a U.S. senator, announced his bid for president in June 1920 subsequently...
Joan Tavares Avant
Talking Sticks are often used in tribal meetings and ceremonies—only the person holding the Talking Stick speaks, others listen and understand.
Native American students in Montana can no longer be prohibited from wearing regalia or eagle feathers at graduation ceremonies.
Remembering Yakama Nation fisher Daniel Sohappy, imprisoned in the 1980s on trumped-up charges for catching salmon as his ancestors had.
Tribal adornments on graduation garb are as much a right of passage as a golden braid is and new legislation looks to make it so.
Tyrone Tootoosis, a trailblazer in the pow wow circuit and Chief executive officer at The Professional Pow Wow Association will not be with us in 2017.
Due to recruiting Native players, Robin Selvig became one of the few non-Indians to be inducted in the Montana Indian Athletic Hall of Fame in 2008.
French artist Latifa Laâbissi performed nude wearing a Lakota Plains-style faux headdress and force fed herself a French flag
Happy New Year Native American style. Here's a list of funny Native New Year's resolutions you'll likely never see in Indian country.
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