Tag: native american people
Sarah Sunshine Manning
Teachers should never tell Native youth to “just get over it” or minimize indigenous genocide, writes Native educator Sarah Sunshine Manning.
Jennifer K. Falcon
A cross-country trip reveals several monuments purporting to honor Native Americans, but they really depict genocide.
Hitler's concept of concentration camps only modeled the Indian reservation system of the United States, a system the "greatest nation" is unable to recognize about its past.
ICMN Guest Editorial
The ‘wild rice’ of the Ojibwe, a unique grain that requires specific water and soil conditions could be lost when an inevitable oil spill occurs.
Natives online pushed back on Facebook founder Mark Zuckerberg after he appeared to glorify oil workers in North Dakota while ignoring Native plight.
Sealaska Heritage Institute has chosen Jordan Craddick, an advocate for Native American education to receive its Judson L. Brown Leadership Award.
More then a game - Spirit Game: Pride of a Nation shows World Indoor Lacrosse Championships at Onondaga Nation and features Iroquois Nationals.
Native leaders demand apology after Senator Orrin Hatch, R-Utah, offends them with a statement about their ignorance on Bears Ears National Monument.
Native Pop is flipping stereotypes of Indian art on its head. On a recent visit to Red Cloud Indian School in Pine Ridge, South Dakota, four Native Pop artists liberated youth to do the same. The students embraced nontraditional art and unique methods of expression, while releasing any cultural...
The battle against the Dakota Access Pipeline got the world to recognize the humanity of Native Americans of the 21st century, even if a little.
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