This is the story of the first Native American Graves Protection and Repatriation Act prosecution in Ohio.
Despite racist and anti-immigrant scapegoating, data shows that most American terrorists are resentful White men inspired by White supremacist and misogynist rhetoric
'What we do to the web of life, we do to ourselves. If any strand of the web is broken, the whole web is affected,' the Lummi Nation stated.
The president is a racist, but he needs to keep that hate within himself.
For Indigenous peoples, language is truly the breath of life.
The former head of the American Indian Education Center will serve four months in prison for stealing $77,000 in federal funds.
A parade of men, white and mostly over 35 years old, wept at the thought of losing their racist mascot.
Apache activist Robert Roche, who appeared in an iconic photo confronting a baseball fan, faces prison time for stealing federal funds.
The National Baseball Hall of Fame and Museum will no longer use the 'Chief Wahoo' logo in new inductee plaques, citing a 'shifting societal view' of Native Americans in sports.
The conservative Goldwater Institute is claiming victory in an Indian Child Welfare Act case in Ohio.
While many scholars are quick to note a Native mascot’s racist and colonial underpinnings, not enough attention is given to the fans and defenders’ attachment to these symbols.
The Cleveland professional baseball team will remove the stereotypical 'Chief Wahoo' logo from its uniforms but won't be getting rid of its race-based name or the logo itself.
The Rover natural gas pipeline has been hit with a second stop work order, this time in West Virginia.
Cleveland, Ohio is just one of many cities where the leaders of the urban American Indian movement era are dwindling, writes Charles Kader on Indian Country Media Network.
Energy Transfer Partners’ Rover Pipeline construction spill mucks up Ohio wetlands.
The firm behind the controversial Dakota Access Pipeline is having another bad week.
The state's top environmental official expressed 'frustration' with the wealthy company behind the Dakota Access and Rover pipelines.
Sacred White Buffalo Calf Bundle Keeper Arvol Looking Horse lent his support to a relay ride and run to Ohio, where the backers of the Dakota Access Pipeline admitted to two drilling-related spills.
The spill occurred in connection with the same type of drilling that took place for the Dakota Access Pipeline.
The first criminal enforcement of the Native American Graves Protection and Repatriation Act in southern Ohio led to indictments against four people.
Chief Dull Knife College language and cultural instructor Burt Medicine Bull and his students had the opportunity to gift tribal elders and children with warm blankets and coats donated by the Lippon School in Ohio.
The Alaska delegation -- which includes at least one Native citizen -- erupted in anger after all of the state's votes were given to the real estate mogul.
The balance of where we have been and where we are going as Native people is a constant reminder to me to look for our common heritage, wherever it is I might be at that moment.
Donald Trump is all but certain to clinch the GOP nomination. Hillary Clinton remains in the lead on the Democratic side.
Democrat Hillary Clinton has all but secured her party's nomination while Republican Donald Trump is getting closer to his goal.
Republican Donald Trump and Democrat Hillary Clinton continue to lead in delegate counts but their rivals aren't letting up.
Republican real estate mogul Donald Trump won three more states as a rival dropped out. Democrat Hillary Clinton won at least four of five states.
Despite the impressive exterior signage announcing the new 'Mascots' exhibit at the National Underground Freedom Center, the exhibit itself is tiny and confusing.
North America's highest peak was originally named for president William McKinley, who never set foot in Alaska.
Eight ancestors -- two adults and six juveniles -- were removed from their resting places and sold for somewhere between $4,000 and $4,500.
Although it's been one hundred years since the inception of the Cleveland Indians’ name, it is a year like any other for Cleveland resident Marjorie Villafane of the Standing Rock Sioux tribe.
The total land holdings for the Iroquois is 88,716 acres of the original 25,000,000, about 0.034 percent of the ancestral Haudenosaunee territory in New York State.
A local attorney has uncovered a document that he says shows the tribe's rightful claim to the site.
Plans call for a $150-$200 million development on 50 acres.
A former fan of the Cleveland professional baseball team renounces his support until a new name comes along.
A museum in Ohio returned two eagle-feather headdresses and other items to the Menominee Nation of Wisconsin.
The Cleveland professional football team is asking fans about its stereotypical Chief Wahoo logo.
Writer says continued use of Indian mascot by professional baseball team perpetuates acts of racism.
Writer discusses the forced removal of the Wyandotte Nation from Ohio.
Mary Annette Pember on New Age fascination with Serpent Mound.
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