Tag: sacred land
In order to demand that the 1868 Treaty of Fort Laramie be honored, Natives led by the American Indian Movement occupied Mount Rushmore on June 6, 1971.
Take a step outside the U.S. and discover five sacred spots around the world that, according to Fox News, are worth the trip.
During his eighth and final White House Tribal Nations Conference, President Barack Hussein Obama delivered an intimate message to Native Americans.
“This whole time, I’ve heard you,” he told tribal leaders who gathered in Washington, D.C., in September 2016. But Obama’s comments were intended for a wider audience—all Natives in respective...
On March 1, 1872, President Ulysses S. Grant signed a bill to create Yellowstone National Park in the Wyoming, Montana and Idaho territories.
“Black White Blue Yellow” is an immersive four-channel video and sound installation at the Heard Museum by artist Steven Yazzie (Navajo/Laguna/European) exploring four sacred mountains that border the Diné/Navajo people.
The Native Nations Inaugural Ball focused less on celebrating a new president and more on honoring Native American military members and veterans.
In December, Neil Young released his 37th album soon after his visit to the protectors camp at Standing Rock after a recording session of only four days.
Opponents of the Dakota Access Pipeline have taken some inspiration from the fight of Pacific Northwest Tribes to stem fossil fuel transport.
Canadian Rocker Neil Young Performs at Standing Rock on 71st Birthday
Jenni Monet, Yes Magazine
Standing Rock drone footage shows that time is running out in the Dakota Access battle, and the fight for control of this land is becoming more urgent
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