phone: 202 630 8439
Advertise on Indianz.Com
Agua Caliente Band puts name on minor league basketball team
The Agua Caliente Clippers of Ontario will begin playing in California in the fall.
Tim Giago: Charlene Teters stood her ground against racist mascot
Imagine if you will a scene that took place more than 30 years ago on the campus of the University of Illinois.
Sault Ste. Marie Tribe hosts Olympian Billy Mills for fun run and walk
Billy Mills, a citizen of the Oglala Sioux Tribe, is still the only American to ever win the Gold medal in the 10,000-meter race.
Professional baseball team feels pressure to drop racist mascot
The head of Major League Baseball wants to see 'Chief Wahoo' phased out.
Original Americans Foundation sends fewer contributions to tribes
The foundation donated nearly $1.6 million in its second year of operation, far less than the $3.7 million in the prior year.
Brian Lightfoot Brown: The unsung Indian heroes of the Boston Marathon
The invisibility of Native athletes is common in major events like the Boston Marathon.
Harold Monteau: Colleges need to bring in more Native athletes
Indian Players like Shoni Schimmel are mostly absent from NCAA D1 college basketball, so how can we get them noticed?
James Giago Davies: Indian athletes continue to excel in baseball
There are two sports people associate most with the Indian athlete—basketball and distance running.
Native Sun News Today: Young fighters maintain Lakota tradition
It must have been over a century ago that the first Lakota put on boxing gloves.
Native Sun News Today: Lakota boxers score impressive victories
The South Dakota State Golden Gloves held a 13-bout boxing event in front of an enthusiastic crowd.
Winnebago baseball player seeking to land spot on another team
Joba Chamberlain, 31, has played for four teams since making his Major League Baseball debut in 2007.
Adrian Jawort: Rightwing radio host called for Indian segregation
Montana radio show duo suspended following segregation of Native Americans blog goes nationwide.
James Giago Davies: Some simple rules for winning at rez ball
When the 35-second shot clock and the three-point shot were introduced to South Dakota high school basketball, rez ball should have taken off like a rocket.
Native Sun News Today: Indian teams land in playoffs for girls title in South Dakota
For the second straight year, Class B Girls has been unforgiving to Native teams.
New York Times returns to Navajo Nation for another 'rez ball' story
The Chinle High School Wildcats are finishing their season under new leadership.
Radio show host in Montana calls Indian basketball fans 'unruly'
Paul Mushaben of KCTR 102.9 called Indian basketball fans 'unruly' in a short post that was deleted from his station's website.
Native Sun News Today: Rapid City rivals in crosstown showdown
Raider Head Coach Chris Stoebner is a pretty husky guy, but the first words out of his mouth after his team’s 54-41 defeat of arch-rival Rapid City Central were, 'I’m exhausted!'
Delphine Red Shirt: Tournament is a testament to our talented Native youth
Most Native American students today embrace two worlds whether they know it or not.
Native Sun News Today: Pine Ridge teams fight it out at the buzzer
The Pine Ridge basketball team almost steals the game from Red Cloud Indian School with a buzzer beater.
Native Sun News Today: Winnebago basketball team falls to big city rival
Eager basketball fans anticipated a showdown between two of the more celebrated big men in the state of Nebraska
Native Sun News Today: Girls teams from Pine Ridge battle for Lakota Nation Invitational title
'This year our defense is awesome,' head coach Lyle LeBeau said of the Little Wound Lady Mustangs, the 2016 Lakota Nation Invitational Champions.
Native Sun News Today: Winnebago team sweeps Lakota Nation Invitational
It wasn’t hard to predict a Red Cloud-Winnebago final at the 40th Annual Lakota Nation Invitational.
Brandon Ecoffey: A special look at the Lakota Nation Invitational
It has been a year of ups and downs in Indian Country, luckily we still have the game we love.
Lakota Country Times: Tournament isn't just about basketball
Several important events based in Lakota culture have become fan favorites at the annual Lakota Nation Invitational.
Lakota Country Times: Red Cloud team stands out on the court
The Crusaders are as confident as ever as they look to qualify for their first state tournament appearance in nearly a decade.
Lakota Country Times: Pine Ridge girls team aims for state title in South Dakota
After coming off one of its best seasons in years, the Little Wound Lady Mustangs seeded number two at the 40th annual Lakota Nation Invitational.
Lakota Country Times: Lower Brule team hopes to make splash at LNI
The blossoming Lower Brule High School basketball program is looking to make a splash at this year's Lakota Nation Invitational.
Lakota Country Times: Big Native basketball tournament opens in South Dakota
The 40th annual Lakota Nation Invitational is set to be one of the biggest and best to date.
Native Sun News Today: Winnebago champs trounce rival Omahas in yearly matchup
'They call it rez ball,' fifth year Winnebago Head Coach Jeff Berridge said
Brandon Ecoffey: Our reservation basketball coaches deserve better
When writing about community news it gets very difficult to not be affected by the stories we are sometimes to forced to cover.
Bronson Koenig: What I found during my journey to Standing Rock
'I’d never played basketball surrounded by police and blockades.'
Native Sun News Today: Duane Big Crow relishes role as football coach on Pine Ridge Reservation
By any measure, Duane Big Crow is a success at his chosen profession.
Lakota Country Times: Native youth finish 1400-mile run to Standing Rock
'We’re doing this for the future to come,' runner Ricky Gray Grass said.
Speculation about Donald Trump welcoming NFL team -- and its racist mascot -- back to DC
Will the new Republican president change everything, except the racist mascot?
Native Sun News Today Editorial: Michael Haney fought racist mascot up until to his death
The team that got beat was one that activist Michael Haney, a Seminole Indian with a trace of Sioux blood, had been fighting to change their name and logo until the day he died.
Running Strong for Indian Youth
Arts & Entertainment
Jack Abramoff Scandal
Jobs & Notices
Indianz.Com Terms of Service
Advertise on Indianz.Com
Indianz.Com is a product of Noble Savage Media, LLC and