Tag: native women
On the second Monday of October each year, Native Americans cringe at the thought of honoring Christopher Columbus - a man who committed atrocities against Indigenous people.
Tanya H. Lee
Pearl Kiyawn Brower, president of Iḷisaġvik College, contends with running a tribal college on the North Slope of Alaska—which can mean polar bears and dealing with older facilities.
The true story of Pocahontas is not the story most people know. Here are the oral histories as told by the descendants of Pocahontas.
Water protectors asked to remove their jackets at the National Museum of the American Indian in Washington DC say sensitivity training is needed.
Phoenix Mayor Greg Stanton last fall began pushing to change the name of Squaw Peak Drive, which includes a derogatory term for Native American women.
Native women have always been on the front lines, defending the children, land, water, animals, plants, and cultural freedoms.
Ambitious. Visionary. Leader. Risk-taker. Innovator. These are the five words Margo Gray, an Osage citizen, uses to describe herself as an entrepreneur. Women are often bombarded with negative or vague feedback that stifles their confidence and hinders their growth. Gray combats the bad labels assigned to women leaders, as...
International Women's Day: Honoring the women water protectors who worked at the camps at Standing Rock in defiance of DAPL.
A photo tribute of International Women's Day through the years by ICMN editor, and photographer Vincent Schilling (Akwesasne Mohawk.)
Here we highlight three Native American women, all from very different regions and with very different histories, who were important to their people.
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