If conditions are not improved, salmonids such as trout and Chinook salmon could go extinct in California within 50 years, a new study says.
Robert Alexander’s “The Northwest Ordinance” shows how the 1787 Northwest Ordinance served as a mechanism for extending U.S. jurisdiction.
Eight years after the U.S. government passed the Indian Removal Act, the Cherokee Nation was devastated by internment camps and the Trail of Tears.
Texas wants to fine the Alabama-Coushatta $10,000 for every day they have offered electronic bingo at Naskila, claiming the tribe is in violation of a federal injunction.
The history of American Indians in Texas has been overlooked and whitewashed, and broken promises to the Alabama and Coushatta nations are truly egregious.
A Navajo Nation elementary immersion school is teaching Native American students Diné language and culture in an effort to revitalize the language.
A New York Times editorial recently addressed the issue of white supremacy monuments erected around the country, but forgot to mention any paper monument.
Tanya H. Lee
Native American students should consider the Cobell Scholarship Fund when planning their future higher education plans; it recently topped at $60 million.
Richard Oakes had a huge impact on the fight for Native rights—from establishing one of the first American Indian studies programs to the Occupation of Alcatraz Island.
Another Google Nod To Natives: Richard Oakes Google Doodle marks the second Native American notable honored on Google landing page
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