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New York bans use of Native mascots in public schools (April 20, 2023)Public schools in New York will no longer be allowed to use mascots, symbols or depictions of Native people.
NAFOA: 5 Things You Need to Know this Week (April 10, 2023)NAFOA stays on top of the news so you always start your week informed and ready.
NAFOA: 5 Things You Need to Know this Week (January 9, 2023)Your latest news on tribal finance and economic development.
Forward: Republican enters Congress under extreme scrutiny (January 3, 2023)A Republican candidate’s lies about his education, employment and even his ethnic background take him all the way to the U.S. Congress.
Oneida Indian Nation reclaims cultural property in repatriation ceremony (November 11, 2022)The Oneida Indian Nation has reclaimed more than 1,500 funerary objects and cultural artifacts, as well as a long-overdue apology, from Colgate University.
Native food sovereignty figure admits no tribal connections (October 21, 2022)A scholar who has made a name for herself in Native food sovereignty has vowed to stop claiming to be of “Mohawk/Mi’kmaq descent” despite doing so for decades.
Native America Calling: Native in the Spotlight with Madeline Sayet (October 17, 2022)Traditional Mohegan stories and William Shakespeare don’t automatically come to mind as complimentary influences. But Madeline Sayet draws on these and other creative forces for her work.
Native America Calling: Celebrating Indigenous Peoples Day (October 10, 2022)Join host Shawn Spruce as he checks in with Indigenous Peoples Day celebrations around the country.
Oneida Nation set to join cannabis industry (September 19, 2022)The Oneida Nation is the latest in Indian Country to join the cannabis industry.
Doug George-Kanentiio: Honoring a true Mohawk patriot (September 19, 2022)Richard Thasriwasatse Oakes changed our culture, our politics, our economies.
Oneida Nation announces major expansion of flagship casino (September 6, 2022)The Oneida Nation has big plans in store for its flagship casino in the state of New York.
Doug George-Kanentiio: Indigenous peoples continue to endure (June 16, 2022)We can see that the Americans are engaged in vicious cycles of self destruction.
Native America Calling: How to confront mass shootings (June 1, 2022)Mass shootings in New York and Texas are a shock to our collective sense of security. What can we do about them?
Native America Calling: ‘Walking iron’ (May 16, 2022)The story of Mohawk ironworkers building the skyline of New York is legendary.
Native America Calling: Exhibit highlights Native representation (March 11, 2022)Shinnecock Nation artists feature prominently in an all-Indigenous exhibition in New York.
Indigenous Kinship Collective issues statement about finances and founder (February 28, 2022)The most prominent “Indigenous” group in New York City is responding to concerns about Regan Loggans, also known as Regan de Loggans.
Self-described ‘agitator’ changes tribal affiliation story after inquiries (February 25, 2022)The leader of New York City’s most prominent and vocal Indigenous group is changing their story after being asked about their tribal affiliation claims.
Roundtable examines ‘toxic workplace culture’ at Washington football team (January 28, 2022)Leaders of a U.S. Congressional committee will host a roundtable to examine what they are calling the “toxic workplace culture” within the Washington professional football team.
Self-proclaimed ‘Auntie’ admits being wrong about tribal affiliations (January 24, 2022)A social media figure who built a following by creating “Native” content is backing away from her tribal affiliation claims.
Native woman takes helm at National Museum of the American Indian (January 19, 2022)A Native woman is making history as the new leader of the National Museum of the American Indian.
Native America Calling: Woodstock remembered (December 30, 2021)In this encore presentation, Native America Calling will get remembrances from those who were at Woodstock and what the experience means to them now.
Joanne Shenandoah-Tekaliwakwa, 1957-2021 (December 6, 2021)She had a bright voice like liquid gold, a luminous heart and a magnetic smile. Joanne Shenandoah-Tekaliwakwa was a multi-talented musician, humanitarian and matriarch.
Native America Calling: Teaching well: Native New York (November 9, 2021)For far too long, Native history has been presented from a European perspective.
Native America Calling: Woodstock remembered (November 5, 2021)Native America Calling will get remembrances from those who were at Woodstock and what the experience means to them now.
Nicole Hallingstad: An Indigenous remembrance of September 11 (September 12, 2021)The feelings I carry about being in New York City on 9/11 run through me, right under my skin, like mercury.
Navajo Nation welcomes Bearsun on walk across United States (August 4, 2021)Bearsun has arrived on the Navajo Nation as he walks across the United States, raising awareness for health and environmental issues.
Lakota player lands spot on professional football team (May 18, 2021)The unlikely journey for Teton Saltes, the New York Jets’ latest recruit, started as an afterthought.
Doug George-Kanentiio: Why the Mohawk people never had ‘chiefs’ (January 4, 2021)We must have the women take charge in Mohawk society.
Doug George-Kanentiio: The tragic legacy of Ruth Bader Ginsburg (October 7, 2020)The Haudenosaunee find it impossible to join in the national celebration of Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg’s career.
Joanne Shenandoah in concert (September 8, 2020)
Music is Medicine! features Grammy Award-winning singer/songwriter Joanne Shenandoah, PhD, (Oneida-Iroquois), one of Native America’s most celebrated musicians.
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