Terese Marie Mailhot’s “Heart Berries,” a memoir that addresses the trauma experienced by indigenous people across generations, is our January 2020 book pick.
By Courtney Vinopal
For decades, Native American children were forcibly removed from their families and lands to attend boarding schools where English was mandatory and their own languages were forbidden. But in 1979, a small Mohawk tribe in upstate New York formed The…
By PBS NewsHour
The task force will be overseen by Attorney General William Barr and Interior Secretary David Bernhardt.
By Associated Press
Attorney General William Barr announced a nationwide plan Friday to address the crisis of missing and slain Native American women as concerns mount over the level of violence they face.
By Michael Balsamo, Felicia Fonseca, Associated Press
By Kevin McGill, Associated Press
It means Native American tribes will again have to defend the law, which they say is critical to protect and preserve Native American culture and families.
By Jeffrey Brown, Kira Wakeam
“Hearts of Our People” is the country’s first ever exhibition devoted solely to the works of Native American women. The Minneapolis Institute of Arts assembled the retrospective, which is currently at Nashville's Frist Art Museum and will visit Tulsa and…
Chef Sean Sherman, founder of the company The Sioux Chef, uses ingredients native to the Americas to draw attention to the long-forgotten Native culinary tradition. His research and cooking are also a way to push back against processed foods that…
By Associated Press
The Tribal Council of the Cherokee Nation unanimously approved Kimberly Teehee to be the tribe's first-ever delegate to the U.S. House of Representatives.
By Elizabeth Flock
“It’s not your grandparents’ Indian artwork,” Oklahoma City-based artist Brent Learned said of his colorful, impressionistic portrayals of the Plains Indian way of life.
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