Terese Marie Mailhot made waves when she questioned whether Native people were unwilling to call out bad 'art' in the community and in media.
Hollywood has come through again for women, Standing Rock Sioux citizen Tiffany Midge writes on Indian Country Media Network.
A meteorite that landed on tribal land in Arizona a year ago now bears an Apache name.
Our doctors take care of us, and we should celebrate their efforts and help patients better understand a physician’s sacrifice and dedication, Cherokee Nation Chief Bill John Baker writes.
The Trump administration is coming under heavy fire as the new leader of the Department of the Interior makes a highly-anticipated appearance before the nation's largest inter-tribal organization.
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