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Senate Confirms First-Ever Native American Woman As Federal Judge

The Senate quietly made history on Wednesday night when it confirmed Diane Humetewa as a federal judge — the first Native American woman to...

Native American student to school officials: “Let me wear my eagle...

A high school senior believes she has a right to wear an eagle feather to her graduation, despite her school district’s policy. Lakes High School...

Fight the Power: Heroes of Native Resistance, Women Warriors

Women warriors like Lozen and Moving Robe are a part of history for standing their ground Too often the battles fought by our American Indian...

Seventeenth-Century Shopping List Discovered Under Floorboards of Historic English Home

Penned in 1633, the “beautifully written” list hints at household life 400 years ago Among other necessary items, the list includes "greenfish," a "fireshovel" and...

BREAKING: Federal Judge Reinstates Obama-Era Rules, Tells Trump To Sit Down

A federal judge has just ordered President Trump to reinstate Obama-era rules designed to fix the environment concerning methane gas emissions. The move is seen...

THE STRANGE STORY OF THE QUEEN AND THE CHILDREN WHO ‘DISAPPEARED’...

Signed statement by survivor witness followed by copy of letter already given to the Queen in January, 2008 by residential school survivors in Canada.Statement...

American Indian Headdress Facts

Introduction The use of headdress, like many other aspects of Native American Indian culture, is misunderstood by most people. It is a misconception that most...

Trump Advisers Propose Privatizing Native American Reservations

Native American reservations cover just 2 percent of the United States, but they may contain about a fifth of the nation’s oil and gas,...

Columbus Day designated as Indigenous Peoples Day in Salt Lake City

SALT LAKE CITY - The Salt Lake City Council has officially declared the second Monday in October-- the day Columbus Day falls on-- as...

Federal Judge: Public Has No Right To Know About Dakota Pipeline...

Energy Transfer Partners previously argued in court that keeping such information private was essential, as it could be “useful to vandals and terrorists” or...

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