'It is time that the Federal government recognized that the Indian tribes have the right to determine the course of their lives.'
Lisa J. Ellwood
Once down to 200 members, the Ponca Tribe of Nebraska celebrates their 24th annual pow wow 3,500 strong!
Tanya H. Lee
A federal appeals court ruling severing the Penobscot Indian Nation from the waters of the Penobscot River “is reminiscent of federal termination policy.”
Sometimes the best natural beauty is in our own backyard. Here are five national parks to visit this summer.
The Charles Shay Indian Memorial Park in Normandy, France is dedicated to Indian warriors and others who were a part of D-Day.
Why are do so many pow wows take place under the guise of July 4 celebrations? Perhaps our ancestors learned to use the opportunity to conduct forbidden ceremonies
The Passamaquoddy Tribe were honored April 20 with the Project Developer of the Year award for registering the most carbon offset credits during 2016.
The chaotic Week That Was in Indian country January 29, 2017, was characterized by unwelcome pipeline revivals, political uncertainty and started off with the uplifting women's march.
David Moses Bridges, a maker of traditional birch bark canoes and a Passamaquoddy culture keeper, died January 20.
A new book and documentary film, Mashpee Nine, by Paula Peters, tells a story of "cultural justice" that grew from injustice.
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