Some justices said they fear a ruling for the Muscogee Creek Nation could have big consequences for criminal cases, but also tax and other regulatory issues on more than 3 million acres of Creek Nation territory, including most of Tulsa,…
By Mark Sherman, Associated Press
School children in the U.S. often celebrate Thanksgiving by dressing up as pilgrims and “Indians.” But these traditions tend to perpetuate myths that are offensive to Native American communities. Education correspondent Kavitha Cardoza takes a look at a new movement…
By Kavitha Cardoza, Education Week
On South Dakota’s Pine Ridge Reservation, a substantial number of Native households earn income by creating and selling art. But many of these residents lack access to the transportation and financing that would enable them to market and grow their…
By Jeffrey Brown, Mike Fritz
An analysis conducted by a Stanford University professor concluded Warren's ancestry is mostly European but also strongly supports the existence of a Native American ancestor.
By Associated Press
By Jennifer Hijazi
There is “grass and apologies, bones and joy, marching bands and genocide, skin and social work” and much more in the work of the 21 native writers featured in the collection.
By Omar Etman
Native American artists say that a flood of counterfeit Native art jeopardizes their livelihoods.
The Gabrielino-Tongva Tribe is one of hundreds of Native American tribes that remain unrecognized by the federal government.
By Courtney Norris
In the standoff over the Dakota Access Pipeline, neither side is calling it quits after a recent decision by the U.S. Army Corp of Engineers to halt a final leg of the project.
By Mary Jo Brooks
Allison Adelle Hedge Coke says her poem, "America, I Sing You Back", was born not out of anger but out of concern and a love for her country.
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