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Alex Jones of Infowars infamy has managed to get NASA to respond to one of his “stories” that Sandy Hook victims are slaves on Mars.
The Cherokee Nation chose July 4, 1827 to hold its first Constitutional Convention in hopes that signaling their freedom from the U.S. would resonate with the broader American public.
American Indians & Route 66 is a 65-page guidebook that adds the indigenous narrative to the story of America's most famous highway.
ICMN Guest Editorial
Jimmie Durham currently has a traveling exhibit that has renewed the conversation about his false claim of indigenous heritage.
A killer Cherokee t-shirt, vultures, pigs and bees of the spelling variety round out this week's list of unusual stories lurking in the eddies of the mainstream media.
Ken Polisse jr.
The Cherokee Heritage Center invites you to discover your family history and Cherokee ancestry at the 16th Annual Cherokee Ancestry Conference.
Federal recognition for Indian tribes can mean access to healthcare, and other benefits. In 1978, Pres. Jimmy Carter restored recognition to three Oklahoma tribes.
Oklahoma City Public Schools is hosting its first professional development for teachers focusing on Native Americans and Native history.
On May 12, 1879, 138 years ago, Ma-Chu-nah Zah or Chief Standing Bear was declared a man in the federal courts of the United States. In the first American Indian civil rights case
The Indian Removal Act, signed by Andrew Jackson in 1830, is on display at the National Archives in Washington, D.C. for the first time.
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