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My name is Joshua Hunt and I am Native American. I am Southern Cheyenne; an enrolled tribal member of the Cheyenne & Arapaho Tribes of Oklahoma.
Yesterday I purchased a large coffee from one of your establishments in Univers
Dawes rolls rife with ‘opportunistic white men’ and early appropriation by Alysa Landry
Hitler admired the US system, while the 'greatest nation' won't recognize its past
It was 72 years ago that the imprisoned and starved and viciously battered victims of Hitler and his Nazi thugs were liberated by Soviet troops.
Hitler – the coward,
Kevin Duane Marshall, far right, is seen here with family members including brother Daron White Eagle and mother Eleanor Miner. Kevin went missing on the Cheyenne River Sioux Reservation in May 2016. Photo courtesy Daron White Eagle
Murdered and mis
As a 10-year-old boy, Alvin Dixon remembers having to milk cows during his stay at a residential school in Port Alberni, B.C. Yet, he was always fed only powdered milk.
Dixon, who is now 76 years old, was forcibly taken from his family in Bella Be
Across rural North Dakota, women living on reservations face unique challenges when dealing with violence. Access to telephones, transportation, eme
This is a resource for North Americans (and others) to find out more about local indigenous territories and languages
I don’t know what to say right now. I feel like we’ve been having the same conversation for a long time. I’ve been on too many of these panels, been too diplomatic and polite, especially the past five years.
I wrote some notes down, but rather than
Portrait of Andrew Jackson, who earned the top spot on our list of worst U.S. presidents
Andrew Jackson tops list of worst presidents for Natives
by Gale Courey Toensing 1946-2018
Andrew Jackson: A man nicknamed “Indian killer” and “Sharp Knife” sur
by Asma Elgamal
Let's hear it for the women we should have learned about in school
Growing up, the only two Native American women I learned about were Sacagawea and Pocahontas. Of the 800 pages in my American history textbook, only about a paragraph
This Date in Native History: On February 27, 1973, about 250 Sioux Indians led by members of the American Indian Movement converged on South Dakota’s P
by Katrina Gulliver
On May 18, 1927, a man named Andrew Kehoe blew up the school in Bath Township, Mich. Most of the 44 killed were children. It remains the deadliest attack on a school in U.S. history. It is also regularly left out of accounts of t
President Calvin Coolidge meeting with a delegation of Native Americans at the White House. Library of Congress
The US president, Donald Trump, spoke in June to a delegation of tribal leaders at the White House, claiming that: “Infringements on trib
On the morning of February 12, 2018, Oyate Wyokb Win (Lakota) or Lorraine Cecilia Martin (english), the fierce matriarch of the Tetuwan Lakota Oyate on Pine Ridge Reservation and last living Grandmother of the American Indian Movement (AIM), passed
"When Columbus got off the boat, he asked us who we were. We said we’re the Human Beings, we’re the People.
Conceptually the Europeans didn’t understand that, it was beyond their conceptual reality. They didn’t see us. They couldn’t see who we were.
Local authorities had failed to charge the white killer of a local Oglala Indian named Wesley Bad Heart Bull with murder. Angered by this lack of action, several militant Indians set fire to the Chamber of Commerce building and the courthouse in Cust
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