From forced sterilization to the Pocahontas Exception—here are 5 odd things you might not know about the Virginia Indians.
Lisa J. Ellwood
They were part of first colonist contact in Virginia. Check out the Nansemond Tribe this weekend at their 29th annual pow wow
Lisa J. Ellwood
This year, the Arlee Esyapqeyni Pow Wow celebrates 119 years of Native traditions once opposed by the Bureau of Indian Affairs
Billy Mills announces the Virginia Indian Mantle, to be built by Mohawk Artist Alan Michelson, as a monument to recognize American Indian Tribes in Virginia
At "1619: The Making of America" Native and non-Native speakers discussed slavery and Native Americans in 17th century colonial America.
The Atlantic Coast Pipeline was moved from a route bordering affluence to poorer rural areas; now water protectors are fighting back.
More than 300 pow wows appear listed in chronological order; the best place to look for the best places to go!
A photo tribute of International Women's Day through the years by ICMN editor, and photographer Vincent Schilling (Akwesasne Mohawk.)
Chris Eyre, Georgina Lightning, Va. Tribal Leaders host 'Pocahontas Reframed' film preview. 3-day Native American film festival in Richmond in November
Gorgeous Pow Wow Photos! Another pow wow season has come and gone. Thankfully Indian Country Today photographers preserved 2016 with beautiful photography.
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