Tag: native peoples
More then a game - Spirit Game: Pride of a Nation shows World Indoor Lacrosse Championships at Onondaga Nation and features Iroquois Nationals.
When it comes to appropriation of Native culture in art, Natives should be cautious of getting caught up in the political catch-22.
Dartmouth nearly had a Native as Dean of Faculty, but vicious attacks caused Native American Studies professor Bruce Duthu to reconsider.
Robert Alexander’s “The Northwest Ordinance” shows how the 1787 Northwest Ordinance served as a mechanism for extending U.S. jurisdiction.
A New York Times editorial recently addressed the issue of white supremacy monuments erected around the country, but forgot to mention any paper monument.
A four-day event in Mankato, Minnesota aims to work toward reconciliation between Native and non-Native people in the area where 155 years ago the U.S.-Dakota War came to a gruesome end.
The Wadopana Nakoda people have never forgot their ties to the water and have waited for a reawakening of sorts, the Wadopana Canoe Journey is it.
Sixty years after Max Lerner wrote “America As a Civilization,” an examination of how Native nations are working to identify the domination imposed on them.
Sarah Sunshine Manning
The Jesuit-run St. Francis Mission returned more than 500 acres of land to the Rosebud Sioux Tribe as a step to righting the historical wrongs of the past.
Patriot Nations: Native Americans in Our Nation’s Armed Forces - Native Americans get in free at Fort Snelling Exhibit honoring the service of Native American veterans
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