Tag: gyasi ross
God bless the families of all who were harmed by September 11th. God also bless the families devastated by terrorism perpetrated by the United States.
Pardoning a racist, the search for a missing mother, and a nationally recognized young Navajo poet—all this and more in Indian country August 27.
Thing About Skins: Dick Gregory supported Native people: A heartfelt letter written by Puyallup Tribe elder Nancy Shippentower
An epic hip hop battle against racism: Dine' hip hop artist Phrase Frazier says, ‘To this day we as natives are still ridiculed and stereotyped’
Dr. Cheryl Crazy Bull, president and CEO of the American Indian College Fund tells Facebook founder Mark Zuckerberg that “education is the answer.”
The Thing About Skins: The Bering Land Bridge? What if all the creation stories are true?
Devastating wildfires, health care on the edge, and a music icon walks on. All this and more during the Week That Was in Indian country before July 23, 2017.
BURNING B.C.: Central British Columbia is on fire, and at least 20 First Nations are reeling as they battle to their...
The Thing About Skins by Gyasi Ross: Mark Zuckerberg is visiting Native communities.
The Army Corps of Engineers did not do all their homework before approving Dakota Access Pipeline permits according to a U.S. District Court Judge.
Photos of Indian country musicians, actors, artists, dancers and writers who participate in rock your mocs day to help Native culture thrive.
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