None of these Native American women are named Pocahontas or Sacajawea
After a three-year worldwide voyage the Hawaiian canoe is welcomed home amid celebration and cultural sharing
UM is known to be one of the most affordable universities in the country
One of the most influential state bodies will now have a Native voice
California v. Cabazon, 30 Years Later: Tribes Celebrate Historic Ruling
“For years, we have been swallowed by your culture. Can you once be swallowed by ours?”
Is Forgiveness the Only Option to Heal From Historical Trauma?
The turn of the 20th century was a time of intense change for American Indians.