Check out the perfect combination of nerdy, tech and Native American traditions through the eyes of artist Frank Buffalo Hyde
Spotted Crow Mann
As the conversation in the U.S. turns to immigration we must reflect on the first peoples of this land and recognize that we are not immigrants.
A review of the Indian art exhibit, ‘Into the Future: Culture Power in Native American Art’ exhibit at MIAC, by Mohawk artist Alex Jacobs.
Robin Pease’s favorite story to perform for youth is The Great Law of Peace, the basis of the Iroquois Confederacy, adopted and incorporated into The United States Constitution. She also leads a speaking engagement, People Not Mascots, which garners much attention in Cleveland, Ohio, where her nonprofit Kulture is...
The Week That Was: The Big Stories in Indian Country, January 8, 2017, included New Year's resolutions, and Trump's evolving administration.
Firekeepers casino will finance the Michigan Native American Fund which will promote the switch from offensive mascots and foster positive relationships.
Tanya H. Lee
President-elect Donald Trump’s pick of Betsy DeVos to head up the Department of Education may not be a good one for Native American students.
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.
Spooked by something, FSU's sports mascot Renegade, falls backward and throws rider at the Orange Bowl
In 2016, school and team mascots that disparage Native Americans still exist. Here is a look back at some of the great Native appropriation blunders.
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