Here we highlight three Native American women, all from very different regions and with very different histories, who were important to their people.
Disney perpetuated the ugly rumor that Pocahontas was a “gentle savage,” who co-signed colonization.
The true story of Pocahontas is not the story most people know. Here are the oral histories as told by the descendants of Pocahontas.
“Pocahontas Imagined” is an art exhibit currently on display at the Jamestown Settlement in Virginia that immerses visitors in the life of Pocahontas.
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
Disney knew Pocahontas was young, but they wanted her to be 'sexy': Disney's Pocahontas isn't just offensive and historically inaccurate, but harmful.
A list of non-Indian performers who wear or have worn a Native American feather headdress on-stage or in promotional materials.
Patti Jo King
Geronimo was a skillful warrior who led the last Indian force to formally submit to the United States.
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