Tag: native american issues
Native American health has declined for many reasons over the years, but the Jim Thorpe All Indian Games provide a glimpse of true Native fitness.
The University of Montana has many things to offer Native American students, from the Payne Family Native American Center to a Native studies program.
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.
Pima musician, Raye Zaragoza, is slated to release her new album, "Fight For You," with songs inspired by the resistance at Standing Rock.
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.
In less than 11 days, representatives from 184 tribal nations and gaming industry executives behind casinos across Indian country will descend on San Diego for the National Indian Gaming Association’s (NIGA) 2017 Indian Gaming Tradeshow & Convention, April 10-13, at the San Diego Convention Center.
Entering its 32nd year, tradeshow...
Stealing Indian children is lucrative when the violations of the Indian Child Welfare Act are minimal in comparison and tribes have little to no voice
The removal of Indian children from their homes has a long history in the U.S. and it is a process that continues today as seen in Pennington County.
Sen. John Hoeven is the new chairman for the SCIA but his words for Indian country are hollow as he serves as the new fossil fuel gatekeeper.
Firekeepers casino will finance the Michigan Native American Fund which will promote the switch from offensive mascots and foster positive relationships.
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