Tag: native peoples
Peter Cozzens’ latest book on the Indian Wars was described as “entertaining” yet it is another attempt at whitewashing history.
With 2,800 acres in New York and five regional campuses, SUNY ESF provides Native American students a place to combine traditional and scientific knowledge.
Gale Courey Toensing
Indian removal proponent Andrew Jackson has earned the top spot on ICMN's list of worst U.S. presidents for Indian country.
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.
The Seattle divestment pulls more than $3 billion in city funds from Wells Fargo as a result of the bank’s role in DAPL and other bad banking practices.
The Army Corps of Engineers statement from December 2016 does not align with Robert Speer’s comments from February 7 on Dakota Access Pipeline.
Ray Cook’s harsh words about Chase Iron Eyes for disagreeing with how Standing Rock Sioux Tribe is handling DAPL are unwarranted.
The history of the Inupiat is a saga riddled with tragedy; yet is a story of resiliency, economic savvy and precarious survival based.
On February 10, 1763, the French and Indian War ended, giving the British continued opportunities to remove Natives from the East Coast.
Native artists have contributed to a "Spaceworks Tacoma" NoDAPL art exhibit that highlights such terminology as “Mni Wiconi” and “Keep It in the Ground.”
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