Tag: the wampanoag
Joan Tavares Avant
Talking Sticks are often used in tribal meetings and ceremonies—only the person holding the Talking Stick speaks, others listen and understand.
Tanya H. Lee
Megan Red Shirt-Shaw is a FIERCE defender of not only indigenous education, but of Native American students, making sure they have an opportunity for higher education.
Do history books written by white folks tell the truth about Native Americans? We think not. Here are just some of the big lies they tell.
Sarah Sunshine Manning
Teachers should never tell Native youth to “just get over it” or minimize indigenous genocide, writes Native educator Sarah Sunshine Manning.
Dr. Dean Chavers
Who are the funniest people in the world? Indians. Here are nine more jokes that prove it.
Debra Utacia Krol
The Aquinnah Wampanoag Tribe scored a victory when the 1st U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals reversed a lower court ruling on gaming.
A 2012 Cracked.com article addressed the myth that white settlers carved America out of an untamed wilderness, here's what really happened.
Gale Courey Toensing
The first Wampanoag-Pilgrim Treaty was signed by Massasoit, the leader of the Wampanoag Nation, and the leaders of Plymouth Colony on April 1, 1621.
The Thing About Skins: Crispus Attucks is about combined Native and black lineages that resisted, suffered and caused a revolution.
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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