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Cast member Nia in the faux-Native headdress she was made to wear on
Cheyenne River Youth Project
Sustainable Agriculture Manager Ryan Devlin with local teens—and Veggie of
the Week, zucchini—at the Leading Lady Farmers Market.
Courtesy Sen. Jon Tester/Flickr
About 100 people gathered for a listening session with Sen. Jon Tester on
August 28 to discuss the increased trafficking of mostly young girls and women in
The Southwest Native American Veterans Association is looking to provide
help for Native American veterans with its first SNAVA Regional Conference
Justin Motlow is the first Seminole Tribal Member to play football at FSU.
U.S Department of the Interior
Secretary of the Interior Sally Jewell and Secretary of Education Arne Duncan
are seen here with Beatrice Rafferty School students and Principal Michael
Dr. Steven Salaita is a Palestinian American scholar in Native American studies
fired for free speech.
The Ronald Reagan Federal Building and United States Courthouse in
Santa Ana, California
Courtesy Cherokee Nation
Cherokee Nation Deputy Chief S. Joe Crittenden thanked Cherokee veterans
and brothers Elmer Tadpole Jr. and Thomas Tadpole for their service to the
country, as Principal Chief Bill John Baker presented the brothers their
Cherokee Nation veteran awards.
Courtesy Hoopa Valley Tribe
Chairperson Danielle Vigil-Masten and Tribal Council members took Bureau of
Reclamation officials and Supervisor Ryan Sundberg on a boat down the Trinity
River in Hoopa.
A Mattanock Town sign sits outside of the Nansemond Powwow
grounds in Suffolk, Virginia, indicating the future site of a Nansemond
Indian Village, Cultural Museum and Tribal Center.
YouTube/Yurok youth video
This is what the Klamath River looked like in 2002, when conditions were similar
to those present now. Releasing water from the Trinity River into the Klamath
would cool it down and raise water levels, enabling fish to survive.
Aboriginal Peoples Television Network
The number of mourners grew over the course of the evening from about 1,000
to 1,300, APTN reported.
Ty Thompson becomes Epoch Lacrosse’s first endorsed athlete
National Archives/Miles Brothers photograph, 1902
Two Tlingit women with several children near the Kotsina River, Alaska.
Darryl Dyck/Canadian Press
Residential school survivor Joe George, right, and elder Marie George embrace
during a Truth and Reconciliation Commission event. A judge ruled August 7 that
each survivor will decide if their testimony is preserved or destroyed.
James Woodcock/Billings Gazette
The Crow Fair and Rodeo starts on August 14, 2014.
A uniform similar to the one pictures, that was worn by Navajo Code Talker
George H. Kirk Sr. will return home after 15 years.
Photo courtesy Cori Pretty Weasel
The Crow Cowgirls representing for their tribe and team atop the Space Needle.
They had come to Seattle to watch Native American basketball star Shoni
Schimmel play a WNBA game.
Pathkeepers Native youth outside the White House in Washington, D.C. after
touring the White House and meeting with the White House Office of
Heritage Hotels and Resorts, Inc., Architecture by Gensler
New Heritage Albuquerque Hotel in Old Town
The cast of ‘Guardians of the Galaxy;’ early in the movie, Chris Pratt, left,
lip-syncs to Redbone’s 1974 hit ‘Come and Get Your Love.’
Notah Begay III
U.S. Air Force/Senior Airman Jason Joel Brown
Health care providers have much to consider when diagnosing and treating PTSD,
to help five tools have been developed to assist with clinical support.
China’s “Atlantis” is the mysterious Lion City under Qiandao Lake.
Hundreds of people packed the Place des Festivals to see Algonquin rap
sensation Samian at the Montreal First Peoples Festival on July 31.
Chairwoman Lynn “Nay” Valbuena, San Manuel Band of Mission Indians.
Courtesy U.S. Environmental Protection Agency
Hip-hop and climate change go together, related as they are to health and well-being.
Image source: Wikipedia Commons
This statue promoting an outdated narrative of American history used to sit on the
Capitol steps, but hasn’t been seen in 56 years.
10. The Native American Holocaust – The Shocking Truth