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Most Indian people would rather be working than to be on general assistance.
When I started this column several years back I wanted to share information about the development and contributions of Native peoples to dispel the notion that Native people were ignorant, backward, savages.
One of the most asked about issues concerning Native people is the issue of treaties.
There are Pow-wows and Sundances held routinely throughout many European countries and therein lies the rub for many Indian people.
As you hoist that extra helping of delicious mashed potatoes (we all do it) this year consider the following FYI to add to your growing knowledge of Native America.
In addition to the nice big turkey and all the trimmings to share with your families this year, teach yourself, each other, your children, and your grandchildren to not be so concerned with what they don't have but with what they have.
The so-called 'holiday season' has arrived everywhere at once here in our country--yes even in Indian Country.
The tapestry of multiculturalism making up our human community is absolutely, without question, relevant to today’s conversation about the ongoing development past, present, and future of collective mankind.
Even today our people continue to utilize ancient medicinal plants, herbs and techniques to treat illness.
God is Red by Vine Deloria is perhaps the definitive examination of the contrast of Native religious structures and practices with that of white America ever written.
Non-Indians would do well to support local Native initiatives to be independent.
Sitomani ob washteya ipi ichiye means to be in good relationship with all things.
I wanted to underscore by concern about the growing interest to use pot as a cash crop as part of some Native Nation's emerging strategy for economic growth and opportunity.
I know the allowing of non-Indians to attend a Sundance, let alone participate in one, is highly controversial in Indian country.
Time magazine recently published their 100 Most Influential People List for this year. Unless I missed it, there were no Natives included in their list.
What difference does it make to the displaced, disenfranchised, oppressed and marginalized people if the insane destructive, disruptive or fractionalizing policies of plenary authority of one people over another is imposed in the name of 'manifest destiny' or religious doctrine?
Vince Two Eagles shares the story of Bennie Bearskin, a member of the Winnebago Tribe whose family was part of the urban relocation effort.
Vince Two Eagles shares the story of how the Sun Dance returned to the Yankton Sioux Tribe.
Vince Two Eagles shares the story of how the Sun Dance returned to the Yankton Sioux Tribe in South Dakota.
Vince Two Eagles shares the story of the very first inipi, or sweat lodge ceremony.
Vince Two Eagles shares answers to some commonly asked questions about the Indian Health Service.
Vince Two Eagles discusses tribal enrollment matters on his Rez of the Story column.
The first communication I ever had with journalist/philosopher Vince Two Eagles was not a cordial exchange of pleasantries. I received a letter from him via e-mail in which he criticized...