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Filed Under: Arts & Entertainment | Environment
Review: 'Unreal City' exploits coal from Hopi and Navajo tribes (07/29)
A favorable review of Unreal City, a book about coal mining on the Hopi and Navajo reservations.

Filed Under: Arts & Entertainment
Review: Brando Skyhorse finds out truth about his 'Indian' dad (07/16)
A favorable review of Take This Man: A Memoir by author Brando Skyhorse, who was raised thinking that his father was an imprisoned Indian activist.

Filed Under: Opinion
Steven Newcomb: Author shares story of life on Yakama Nation (07/02)
Steven Newcomb urges readers to pick up two works by author David Edward Walker.

Filed Under: Arts & Entertainment
Review: Indian women find connection in 'Sacred Wilderness' (06/16)
A review of Sacred Wilderness, a novel by Susan Power, a member of the Standing Rock Sioux Tribe.

Filed Under: Opinion
Peter d'Errico: A strange case of genocide denial in new book (06/13)
Peter d'Errico questions why author of new book won't acknowledge genocide against Native people.

Filed Under: Arts & Entertainment
NPR: Author learned his father wasn't convicted Indian activist (06/09)
Brando Skyhorse was raised thinking his father was a man named Paul Skyhorse Johnson.

Filed Under: Opinion
Column: Washoe Tribe carries long grudge against Mark Twain (05/22)
Columnist wonders why the Washoe Tribe took so long to complain about Mark Twain.

Filed Under: Arts & Entertainment
MTPR: Fort Belknap educator Minerva Allen shares her poetry (05/22)
Educator Minerva Allen shares poetry from her collection, Nakoda Sky People.

Filed Under: Arts & Entertainment | Environment
Washoe Tribe's objections kill plan to name site for Mark Twain (05/19)
The author once used a derogatory word to describe the Washoe people.

Filed Under: Arts & Entertainment | National
NYT Blog: Reading more about activist Anna Mae Pictou Aquash (05/01)
The New York Times offers two more sources to learn about American Indian Movement activist Anna Mae Pictou Aquash.

Filed Under: Arts & Entertainment
Review: Another winner with 'How To Say I Love You In Indian' (04/30)
Praise for How to Say I Love You in Indian, the latest book from Gyasi Ross.

Filed Under: Arts & Entertainment
Q&A with blogger on Native representations in children's books (04/07)
Aura Bogado interviews blogger Debbie Reese (Nambe Pueblo) about the depiction of Native people in books.

Filed Under: Arts & Entertainment | National
Peter Matthiessen, author of Leonard Peltier book, passes away (04/07)
Peter Matthiessen, the author of In the Spirit of Crazy Horse and a staunch defender of imprisoned American Indian Movement activist Leonard Peltier, died on Saturday.

Filed Under: Arts & Entertainment | National
Native Sun News: Dana Lonehill depicts rez life with debut book (03/25)
Finding a book written about Native people written by someone from an actual Indian reservation is a rarity.

Filed Under: Opinion
Julianne Jennings: Moving beyond the reservation in my mind (03/19)
Julianne Jennings turns to books to go beyond the reservation in the mind.

Filed Under: Arts & Entertainment | Education
Oregon school district still reviewing Sherman Alexie's book (02/07)
A public school district in Oregon is still deciding the fate of of an award-winning yet controversial Sherman Alexie book.

Filed Under: Arts & Entertainment
Shelby Harper: Native authors everyone should be reading (02/04)
Shelby Settles Harper (Caddo) offers some suggestions for Native authors everyone should read.

Filed Under: Arts & Entertainment | Education
Oregon school district might remove Sherman Alexie's book (02/04)
A public school district in Oregon might remove an award-winning yet controversial Sherman Alexie book from the reading list.

Filed Under: Arts & Entertainment | Opinion
Tim Giago: Books about great Indian chiefs miss the point (01/20)
The two books were written by different authors but they have one thing in common; they denigrate the American Indian while patting him on the back at the same time.

Filed Under: Arts & Entertainment
Interview with Gyasi Ross on 'How to Say I Love You in Indian' (12/11)
Colorlines interviews author Gyasi Ross about his latest book, How to Say I Love You in Indian.

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