Tag: native american history
President Richard Nixon’s policy of self-determination upheld tribal and federal government relations, but is termination policy making a comeback?
The Tulalip Tribes is a strong, influential Indigenous Nation – one of the largest sources of jobs in its region and a political force to be reckoned with.
Research for a project resulted in a filmmaker collecting a wealth of rare portraits of American Indians that stand in counterpoint to typical Edward Curtis stereotypes.
Leaders from all over gathered recently to celebrate the return of the Ancient One, known widely as Kennewick Man.
With the oversight of Dakota elders, the “Scaffold” sculpture will be dismantled and burned at Fort Snelling; whole endeavor an opportunity for education.
The removal ceremonies of Confederate monuments have gained a lot of attention, yet missed a valuable opportunity to include Natives in the conversation.
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.
When Sen. Tom Udall was named vice chairman of the Senate Committee on Indian Affairs, he brought a legacy of working with tribes with him.
The Native American history of Mackinac Island will be told from a Native woman’s perspective. The house of Agatha Biddle, who identified as Odawa, will be restored.
American Indians & Route 66 is a 65-page guidebook that adds the indigenous narrative to the story of America's most famous highway.
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