Tag: native american history
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.
Native American students face more disciplinary challenges, discrimination and sub par curricula than their non-Native peers; leads to higher dropout rates.
Native American students and school board members seeing a lot of changes in Washington State education with mandatory “Since Time Immemorial” curriculum.
Wilma Mankiller documentary premieres, an oil train lawsuit verges on trial, and other incidents in Indian country during the Week That Was July 2.
American Indians & Route 66 is a 65-page guidebook that adds the indigenous narrative to the story of America's most famous highway.
The Confederated Tribes of Siletz Indians in Oregon has agreed to work with local schools so they can keep their Indian mascots.
The beautiful and tragically lesser well-known beautiful art of Seventy‑five year old Native American artist Sam English
Prominent Native American woman JoAnn Kauffman, Nez Perce, received an honorary doctorate and was among the commencement speakers at Eastern Washington University.
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.
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