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YES! Magazine: Recordings help bring Native songs to life
YES! Magazine: Recordings help bring Native songs to life (December 24, 2019)

Researchers at Indiana University have been digitally preserving recordings of Native American songs made on fragile wax cylinders more than 100 years ago.


Elizabeth Cook-Lynn: Book about Vine Deloria's influence a page turner
Elizabeth Cook-Lynn: Book about Vine Deloria's influence a page turner (November 12, 2018)

Vine Deloria, Jr., the Native author, theologian, historian, and activist, was a star of his time.


National Native American Hall of Fame plans first induction ceremony
National Native American Hall of Fame plans first induction ceremony (July 25, 2018)

After 10 years, 30 nominees and decades of discovery, the first National Native American Hall of Fame will induct its first 12 honorees.


Native Sun News Today: First Nations Sculpture Garden dedicated in South Dakota
Native Sun News Today: First Nations Sculpture Garden dedicated in South Dakota (November 27, 2017)

Busts of four prominent tribal citizens were unveiled at the First Nations Sculpture Garden in Rapid City, South Dakota.


Vince Two Eagles: Some background on tribal general assistance programs
Vince Two Eagles: Some background on tribal general assistance programs (February 22, 2016)

Most Indian people would rather be working than to be on general assistance.


Vince Two Eagles: A Native worldview remains relevant today
Vince Two Eagles: A Native worldview remains relevant today (November 9, 2015)

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.


Vince Two Eagles: Our tribal religions are still alive and flourishing
Vince Two Eagles: Our tribal religions are still alive and flourishing (September 8, 2015)

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.


Native Sun News: First Nations Sculpture Garden breaks ground
Native Sun News: First Nations Sculpture Garden breaks ground (August 28, 2015)

The vision of having a place that immortalizes in bronze four iconic figures who left their indelible mark on Native history, medicine, religion, philosophy, art, law and public policy is one step closer to becoming a reality.


Vince Two Eagles: Being related is only one part of the picture
Vince Two Eagles: Being related is only one part of the picture (August 14, 2015)

Sitomani ob washteya ipi ichiye means to be in good relationship with all things.


Donna Ennis: It's time to take back our cultural sovereignty
Donna Ennis: It's time to take back our cultural sovereignty (July 23, 2015)

To the degree that a tribal nation loses its sense of cultural identity equates a loss of sovereignty.


Peter d'Errico: Thomas King wins with 'The Inconvenient Indian'
Peter d'Errico: Thomas King wins with 'The Inconvenient Indian' (November 22, 2013)

Peter d'Errico offers strong endorsement for The Inconvenient Indian: A Curious Account of Native People in North America, a new novel from Thomas King.


Duane Champagne: Decades later, Vine Deloria resonates
Duane Champagne: Decades later, Vine Deloria resonates (March 28, 2012)

"In his groundbreaking 1969 volume Custer Died for Your Sins: An Indian Manifesto, Vine Deloria Jr. wrote a now famous critique of anthropologists. He argued that they—as well as academics...


Opinion: Annual symposium carries on legacy of Vine Deloria Jr.
Opinion: Annual symposium carries on legacy of Vine Deloria Jr. (August 2, 2011)

"For nearly forty years Vine Deloria, Jr. stood as perhaps the most recognized and respected figure in Indian Country. As a college professor—mostly at the University of Arizona and the...