Tag: native women
On the second Monday of October each year, Native Americans cringe at the thought of honoring Christopher Columbus - a man who committed atrocities against Indigenous people.
Here we highlight three Native American women, all from very different regions and with very different histories, who were important to their people.
God bless the families of all who were harmed by September 11th. God also bless the families devastated by terrorism perpetrated by the United States.
The true story of Pocahontas is not the story most people know. Here are the oral histories as told by the descendants of Pocahontas.
They are Alaska’s Indigenous Peoples, most of them from one of 229 federally recognized tribes and here’s 10 things you should know about them.
An interview with Suzan Shown Harjo on the eve of the 25th anniversary of start of a legal battle to end the racist nickname of the Washington football team
Mary Annette Pember
The Pathfinder Center is a safe haven for victims of sex trafficking, where they can get the help needed to regain control of their lives.
Sarah Sunshine Manning
From podcasters to protectors, to mothers to teachers, here are six indigenous women who are making an impact on Indian country.
Harold A. Monteau
My brother and all Vietnam veterans and all vets who have left life, limbs and mental health behind in battle are our true patriots.
Mary Annette Pember
Female victims and supporters have led the conversation against sexual abuse, now boys who have been victims are using horse therapy to share their trauma.
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