The Smithsonian Channel documentary 'Pocahontas: Beyond the Myth,' examines the actual life of Pocahontas, and how the story was embellished.
At "1619: The Making of America" Native and non-Native speakers discussed slavery and Native Americans in 17th century colonial America.
The true story of Pocahontas is not the story most people know. Here are the oral histories as told by the descendants of Pocahontas.
Lisa J. Ellwood
English citizens devote themselves to a year of festivities to celebrate the Pocahontas 400 – Peace and Reconciliation project.
Eyre and Lightning: Trump’s Racially Charged Misuse of calling Sen. Warren Pocahontas Reinforces the Need for Accurate Retelling of Native History
We know Pocahontas was an Indian girl from an Algonquian-speaking tribe and she was a real, historical person. All else is contested, even her death.
Chris Eyre, Georgina Lightning, Va. Tribal Leaders host 'Pocahontas Reframed' film preview. 3-day Native American film festival in Richmond in November
Kiros A.B. Auld
Some 200 Natives attended a showing of "Finding Nemo" in the Navajo language in Silver Spring, Maryland. A Pamunkey father explains why it's important
The biggest stories in Indian country the week of May 22, 2016.
Nearly 80 % of Native Americans ARE offended by the Redskins. Results of an unofficial Indian Country Twitter Poll. The end results are the near reverse of the Washington Post poll.
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