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Mexican Zapatista rebels are showered with rose petals as they arrive to the Nativitas forest in Xochimilco, Mexico, on the southern edge of Mexico City, Friday September 12, 1997.
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A monument to the 14 female nursing students who were victims of the 1989 massacre at l’École Polytechnique de Montréal, in Quebec.
A woman named Becky tells a very personal story of cultural genocide and removal.
Ryneldi Becenti (Navajo) was one of the first Native American women to play in the WNBA.
Mervyn Hillis in Vietnam
Seeking environmental justice for Indigenous Peoples and others through the elimination of discrimination at CERD in Geneva.
NBC aired ‘Peter Pan Live!’ on prime time TV Thursday.
Careful, soldier boy, you don’t know what you’re getting yourself into.
Kassidy Dennison, front, with Dustin Bird, Erich Rogers and Aaron Tsinigine tweeted this selfie on December 2, 2014, a few days before the NFR began.
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A gray wolf in Wisconsin. The quota has been exceeded, and the sanctioned wolf hunt is over three months early.
The Hillis boys. Pictured from left to right: Alan (who did not serve), Russell, Lowell, Clyde, Mervyn, and Carl.
Photo by Eléonore Hendricks, source: facebook.com/songsmybrotherstaughtme
ShaMauri Hawkins, Jared Reddy and John Reddy of ‘Songs My Brothers Taught Me.’ Photo by Eléonore Hendricks, source: facebook.com/songsmybrotherstaughtme
Can you blame them? Alaska Natives, fishery operators and environmentalists fear that British Columbia’s mining regulations are too lax and could threaten tourism and fisheries.
Feminists denounced the violation of rights of thousands of Peru under President Fujimori.
NCAI President Brian Cladoosby, center, with White House secretaries during the 2014 White House Tribal Nations Conference on December 3.
Giving and giving thanks are simply Native beliefs. When asked to give, the Dakota say ‘Are we not Dakota and alive?’
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Talk show host Suzanne Roberts was captivated by her work on the Navajo Nation 50 years ago. Today, at 93, she is donating $2 million to American Indian Health.
Rooney Mara as Tiger Lily on the ‘Pan’ Poster released this week.
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First Nations protesters on Burnaby Mountain
The “Purchase of Manhattan” concert opera was held November 20 at Marble Collegiate Church. Pictured at the podiums, from left, are Alexandra Loutsion, Stephen Powell and Brent Michaels David.
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Cheyenne River Youth Project
An image from a previous Thanks for Kids Dinner. This year will feature Learning Circles where elders can teach younger generations.
2. 10 Early Warning Signs of Domestic Violence
The National Network to End Domestic Violence has compiled a list of what red flags might pop up to indicate your partner is abusive, or can become so.
Domestic abuse can be psychological and emotional as well as physical, and it often sneaks into a relationship, disguised as love—or a bad mood.
Oil sludge from one of the hundreds of waste pits that Texaco left in the Ecuadorean Amazon.
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Ernest Tsosie III, left, and James Junes combine comedy and youth activism. Image source: Facebook.com
This is what it looks like to be preyed upon by a squirrel. Nightmares not included.
Morongo Band of Mission Indians
Volunteers help distribute turkeys as part of the Morongo Band of Mission Indians annual Thanksgiving Outreach Program
FireKeepers Casino Hotel
The organization KidsWalk Media has compiled a list of books great to share with children during Native American Heritage Month.
Kim Kardashian in a photo from an instantly-famous shoot she did for Paper magazine. Source: papermag.com
The Global Indigenous Wisdom Summit is a free online series, and it starts today.
Lyle Thompson was named Person of the Year by Lacrosse Magazine on November 17, 2014.
We Need Diverse Books
The website that aims to address the lack of diversity in children’s literature narratives will host Debbie Reese, publisher of the website American Indians in Children’s Literature, at 9 p.m. Eastern Time on Tuesday November 19.
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UNEA’s Native Warriors basketball program will be the catalyst for improving health, self-esteem and educational achievement of urban Native youth.
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South Dakota state representative Kevin Killer, Oglala Lakota, holds the new bumper sticker designed by Jesse Short Bull to announce the renaming of the county that overlaps much of Pine Ridge Indian Reservation. On November 4, voters decided in favor of a ballot measure Killer was instrumental in putting on the ballot. The jurisdiction will now be called Oglala Lakota County, named for the people who live there.
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Raymond, Colina and Lee Yazzie with fashion and textile designer Patricia Michaels (center) and Glittering World exhibit curator Lois Dubin (right) at the 20th anniversary gala of the National Museum of the American Indian (NMAI) in New York City.
Mike ‘Witko’ Cliff, Frank Waln, Inez Jasper and Nataanii Means in the studio for ‘Rebel Music.’ Source: rebelmusic.com
A passenger sniffs the ‘Scent Globe’ before departing. It was installed in the Heathrow Airport until November 5, 2014.
Young kids playing hockey.
The Seattle Seahawks logo is inspired by a Kwakwaka’wakw artist’s mask which will be on display at the Burke Museum in Seattle on November 22.
State of Washington Department of Ecology
Yakama Nation Elder Johnson Meninick talks about the importance of water to lives and the land, October 29, 2013. Meninick manages the Yakama Nation’s Cultural Heritage Department and is in the Ellensburg Rodeo Hall of Fame.
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In this April 24, 2012 file photo, a herd of bison roam on the Fort Peck Reservation near Poplar, Mont. Almost a decade after they were first captured from Yellowstone National Park, a group of wild bison that has spent years in limbo after government officials could find no place to relocate the animals were due to be shipped from a ranch near Bozeman Wednesday, Nov. 12, 2014 for placement on the Fort Peck Indian Reservation.
Chairman Kevin P. Brown, Mohegan Tribe, standing beside a bronze statue of his great-grandfather, Chief Matagha (Burrill Fielding). Mohegan Reservation, Uncasville, Connecticut, 2013.
“People already know what a fry bread taco is, but they don’t know the [Citizen Potawatomi Nation] way of making a fry bread taco.”