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The thoughts, feelings and hopes of the next generation, Cheyenne River's greatest treasure, are expressed in these Cheyenne River Reservation photos.
Fifty years before Herbert Clark Hoover took office as the 31st president of the United States, he spent eight months living on the Osage Nation in Oklahoma, where he “learned much aboriginal lore of the woods and streams, and how to make bows and arrows.”
Hoover, who was six old...
Native American students at Navajo reservation schools called an “inspiration” after winning rookie robotics competition, and they’re not done.
Mushaben’s segregation comment had broad brushed the entire Native American community of Montana without any evidence.
The removal of Indian children from their homes has a long history in the U.S. and it is a process that continues today as seen in Pennington County.
Science and technology don’t always mix well with culture, but an Arizona State University professor and the Navajo Nation are working to combine STEM and Navajo culture in tribal schools.
In an effort to commemorate Native American Heritage Month, AT&T has contributed more than $1 million to connect Native American youth to education.
Hoover lived with an uncle who was an Indian agent on the Osage Nation when he was 6 years old, and fought for better schools and hospitals as Pres.
Thing About Skins: There is hope -- Time to follow an Indigenous model for peace in America. By Gyasi Ross
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