A judge mistakenly failed to consider the Cree background of a drug trafficker who had been taken from his Manitoba parents as an infant and raised by a non-Aboriginal family on Prince Edward Island.
Pocahontas (the bad version), sometimes referred to as Elizabeth Warren, is getting slammed. She took a bogus DNA test and it showed that she may be 1/1024, far less than the average American. Now Cherokee Nation denies her, “DNA test.....
Pow Wow season is almost here! Are you ready to hit the road? Our Pow Wow Calendar is filling up quickly, we are adding events every week. It is time to plan what Pow Wows you are going to hit.....
By Alan R. Parker
Michigan State University Press (2018)
Review by Bradley Shreve
NorthLakes Community Clinic-Hayward will partner with Lac Courte Oreilles Ojibwa Community College to offer a free community showing of the film “Resilience.”
In an effort to recruit more Indigenous students in the program, a representative from the University of Oklahoma’s Anne and Henry Zarrow School of Social Work recently visited students at the College of the Muscogee Nation.
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Tribal colleges are the only public higher education institutions in New Mexico where students cannot use the state lottery scholarship. A measure approved by the Senate Education Committee on Friday morning would change that.
One hundred and fifty years ago this year, Louis Riel took one small step for the Métis and created one giant, complicated leap for his legacy. Since then, his story has not stopped evolving — and neither have the labels we’ve assigned to him.
Jeremiah Manitopiyas, a.k.a. Drezus, and his partner are an Indigenous couple trying to break inter-generational cycles of alcoholism and absentee parents for the sake of themselves and their baby son.
Nunavut's Department of Environment investigated after an elder shot two polar bears in January. Now, the department says no charges will be laid.
Since alcohol restrictions were lifted in December, the Nunavut community is adjusting. Some say the restrictions felt colonial, while others say they've seen kids on the street crying for their parents.