Native America Calling: Is Twitter worth the trade-off? (April 26, 2023)Twitter is one of the social media outlets that help individuals connect with each other — but is it worth it for Native users?
Native America Calling: Tribal gun laws (April 19, 2023)As Americans debate gun restrictions amid the mass shooting epidemic, a bill in Congress would make it easier for tribal citizens to acquire guns using only their tribal ID.
Native America Calling: Erasing tribes in South Dakota schools (April 18, 2023)Tribal nations are opposing new South Dakota social studies standards that exclude them from history in the state.
Native America Calling: Indigenous resistance to deep-sea mining (April 17, 2023)Researchers and environmental advocates don’t know much yet about mining minerals off the bottom of the ocean floor but the race is on for development.
Native America Calling: Assessing McGirt v. Oklahoma (April 12, 2023)After removal from their home and an arduous and deadly forced march, the Muscogee Nation arrived in Oklahoma with little more than a promise that they could revive and rebuild.
Native America Calling: Reassessing the history of horses (April 11, 2023)A new study confirms many tribes’ oral histories that Native people utilized horses long before Europeans entered the picture.
Native America Calling: Alaska’s Donlin Gold Mine project (April 10, 2023)A proposed gold mine in southwest Alaska has been promising riches for investors and Alaska Native workers alike.
Native America Calling: What do tribal water rights mean if there’s no water? (February 17, 2023)If there’s an epicenter of the more than 20-year drought in the west and Southwest, it’s the Colorado River.
Native America Calling: Sourcing ethical Native art and jewelry dealers (February 16, 2023)A merchant who sells works by Native artists is under fire for derogatory and offensive comments to Native dancers.
Native America Calling: The hope for Leonard Peltier (February 15, 2023)As Leonard Peltier enters his 48th year behind bars, his supporters and legal advocates are renewing the push to have him released through whatever means.
Native America Calling: The death of Captain Cook (February 14, 2023)British explorer James Cook’s colonial exploits were often at odds with the Indigenous peoples of the places he visited.
Native America Calling: Assessing Biden’s presidency so far (February 13, 2023)As President’s Day approaches, let’s discuss how Joe Biden’s term so far resonates with Indian Country.
Native America Calling: The big game (February 10, 2023)Today on Native America Calling, let’s survey the good and bad about the Super Bowl.
Native America Calling: Native tax tips (February 7, 2023)It’s the time of year to start calculating your taxable income and looking over any receipts you have collected in a shoebox.
Native America Calling: Ensuring a long life for sturgeon (February 6, 2023)As the sturgeon spearfishing season gets underway, Native America Calling looks at the ecological status of sturgeons, traditional harvest methods and tribal efforts to protect them.
Native America Calling: Indigenous representation at Sundance (February 2, 2023)Organizers of the Sundance Film Festival say this year’s line-up is among the strongest in terms of number and scope of Indigenous works.
Native America Calling: Gratitude for gratuity (February 1, 2023)Get the latest recommendations on gratuity and explore the stereotype that Native customers are bad tippers.
Native America Calling: Is there room for trust land in Alaska? (January 31, 2023)Today on Native America Calling, get the back story on the land-into-trust process and what it means for Alaska Natives.
Native America Calling: Lift yourself up (January 30, 2023)Join Native America Calling and get some tips from Native exercise experts about making the most of your regimen and keeping your motivation going.
Native America Calling: The Menu (January 27, 2023)What’s on The Menu? Join host Andi Murphy for news about the James Beard Award nominations and more.
Native America Calling: The problem with lithium (January 25, 2023)A lithium mine in Nevada is considered an environmental and cultural affront to tribal nations.
Native America Calling: The over-incarceration of Native Americans (January 24, 2023)The research on the over-representation of Native people behind bars is long and vast.
Native America Calling: Indigenous interactions with artificial intelligence (January 23, 2023)The usage of artificial intelligence is raising questions about copyright protections for Native creatives and concerns about appropriation.
Native America Calling: A cultural connection with alligators (January 20, 2023)Alligators are traditional touchstones and an important source of food for Southern and Southeastern tribes.
Native America Calling: Do stereotypes influence policy? (January 19, 2023)Native America Calling looks at the continuing verbal, legal, and legislative affronts to tribal sovereignty based on outdated, stereotypical and uninformed perspectives.
Native America Calling: Lumbee Tribe vs. the KKK (January 18, 2023)In 1958, members of the Lumbee Tribe showed up in force to stop a KKK rally in North Carolina.
Native America Calling: Native in the Spotlight with Jana Schmieding (January 17, 2023)Join Jana Schmieding (Mniconjou and Sicangu Lakota) for a conversation about her life and career in entertainment.
Native America Calling: Teaching about other cultures (January 16, 2023)Native educators have a keen eye for guiding how schools teach students about Native history and culture.
Native America Calling: Native fictional future perspective (January 13, 2023)The creators of the new Avatar sequel continue what they see as a science fiction account of colonialism and Indigenous resistance. But it’s getting plenty of push-back from Native audiences.
Native America Calling: How tribes want to honor a famous mountain lion (January 12, 2023)Tribes in California want a say in what happens to the remains of P-22, a famous mountain lion.
Native America Calling: When language translations go wrong (January 11, 2023)The federal government issued translations on official documents to help Native people following destructive storms in Alaska. The trouble is, the text is indecipherable.
Native America Calling: A fair value for Native artists (January 10, 2023)Native-owned galleries and organizations are working to ensure Native artists get full value for their works.
Native America Calling: Inside the ring with Native pro wrestlers (January 6, 2023)Indigenous wrestlers comprise only a small faction of the wrestling world, but they are making names for themselves.
Native America Calling: Unequal discipline for Native students (January 5, 2023)An investigative report in New Mexico finds Native students are expelled at a far greater rate than their white counterparts.
Native America Calling: Keeping your cool in 2023 (January 3, 2023)Speak with Native wellness experts and motivational speakers about bridging divisions and avoiding the traps that drive wedges between us.
Native America Calling: Culture, athleticism and stickball (January 2, 2023)Stickball is the older, rougher cousin of lacrosse, developed many centuries ago as both a game and a training exercise.
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