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COVID-19 cases and deaths continue to rise, with tribal people on reservations in Montana and Wyoming seemingly among the hardest hit.
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In Native languages, some of our favorite words and phrases pack much more meaning than any English translation can encompass.
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With fewer and fewer fluent speakers of the Crow language, advocates for revitalizing it hope a free online dictionary can aid people already working to bolster their skills and make learning the language more accessible.
“The Cheyenne Story: An Interpretation of Courage” by Gerry Robinson continues to earn accolades.
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The Indian Pueblo Cultural Center is reimagining Pueblo Harvest Restaurant as the Indian Pueblo Kitchen, an innovative teaching kitchen and restaurant centered around Indigenous cuisine education and exploration.
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Traditional healers, who once played critical roles in governance and health care, are dwindling in number and influence, even as the deadly coronavirus impacts the Navajo Nation.
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My childhood, adolescent, and war experiences led me to perceive the world as cruel and impersonal.
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Winfield Russell, also known as One Bird, served the Northern Cheyenne people in many different capacities throughout his life.
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Creation myths form the core of a national identity.
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With the control of the U.S. Senate at stake, Native voters are playing a pivotal role in important races in North Carolina, Arizona, Montana and Alaska.
“Native Americans have overcome many hardships since the onset of colonization — genocide, forced relocation and assimilation — but we’re still here,” said Rep. Deb Haaland (D-New Mexico).
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In January 2020, Canada began accepting claims emerging from a billion-dollar settlement with survivors of Indian day schools.
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Please join the National Coalition of Native American Language Schools and Programs for a webinar on the Native American Languages Act.
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Just days after their boss bashed Indigenous Peoples Day, members of the Donald Trump administration tried their best to portray the president as someone who cares about the interests of America’s “first” inhabitants.
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“Advice from the elders helped the tiospaye stay emotionally strong,” Jace DeCory said at the West River History Conference.
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As Lakota people, we struggle to experience even a fraction of what “white privilege” provides for the bigot in this country.
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It took years of work by Native women and activists but legislation to address the crisis of missing and murdered sisters and relatives has finally become law.
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If Native Americans’ Day can remind us of just one thing, it should be to emphasize that strong and healthy relationships between the tribes and the state is just as important now as it was 30 years ago.
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We as Native people have a humongous task of relearning our cultural teachings.
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The Navajo Nation is working to ensure residents of the reservation stay safe during the pandemic and to increase tribal participation in the 2020 Census.
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For the Ojibwe people, the healing power of the annual wild rice harvest transcends the pandemic.
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Rep. Deb Haaland (D-New Mexico) and Sen. Elizabeth Warren (D-Massachusetts) introduced the Truth and Healing Commission on Indian Boarding School Policy Act, a bill that seeks healing for stolen Native children and their communities.
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Five Indian Country bills are finally over their last hurdle on Capitol Hill, giving Republicans, Democrats and maybe even Donald Trump a chance to declare victory ahead of the presidential election.
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Our ancestors told us to always think seven generations ahead and conduct ourselves accordingly.