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Mary Annette Pember
Trauma is big news these days, and Natives know. The next breakthrough will be how trauma affects our offspring. But what about the science of epigenetics?
How did John F. Kennedy's short presidency affect Native Americans?
At "1619: The Making of America" Native and non-Native speakers discussed slavery and Native Americans in 17th century colonial America.
Percentage Indian? The first blood quantum law was passed in 1705 in the colony of Virginia in which laws were introduced to restrict the civil rights of Native people.
An interview with Suzan Shown Harjo on the eve of the 25th anniversary of start of a legal battle to end the racist nickname of the Washington football team
Native American youth prove they are agents of change with their ideas for social change; some for the environment, others for infrastructure and public health.
Sarah Sunshine Manning
From podcasters to protectors, to mothers to teachers, here are six indigenous women who are making an impact on Indian country.
Lisa J. Ellwood
NJ Court: "Nanticoke Lenni-Lenape are Sovereign Tribe" Civil rights violation lawsuit against New Jersey can proceed
In the era of Trump, a tale from a schoolyard divided by a red hat educates adults on how to make America great again.
Western Shoshones are working collaboratively with Klondex Mines to not damage sacred sites; the mining company recently returned 3,200 acres of land to the tribes.
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