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The daughter of Oklahoma's governor, who is part of a punk band and has posed for revealing photos at the state mansion, defended herself Friday after posting a photo of herself in a Native American headdress that critics called insensitive.
Both spring and maple sugaring are a long time coming this year...Maple sugaring has heralded the arrival of spring for centuries. In our neck of the woods, maple sugaring usually begins in late February to early March...Maple sugaring is an art, a
A total of 26,000 students attend Northern Arizona University (NAU) in Flagstaff, Ariz. Native Americans make up 5 percent of that population, representing 95 tribes from across the U.S., including Alaska and Hawaii...NAU has welcomed the Native
Native Americans are happy to see Turkey's contribution to a water distribution project in Arizona and its willingness to build economic relations with tribes, the executive director of the Ho-Chunk Housing and Community Development Agency, Mark
Sponsored Links New research suggests the ancestors of the earliest Native Americans took a pretty extensive pit stop while crossing a land bridge to the Americas from Asia 25,000 years ago. Extensive meaning they took a 10,000-year break during
But if the NFL really wants to establish a zero-tolerance policy on racial expletives, as its rules committee is considering, the league's highest ranks need to clean up their act first...The team nickname for Washington's franchise -- in the nation'
The sighting of a badly charred earth oven once covered by brush and burned in the fire prompted a team of archaeologists led by Gary Brown, cultural resource program manager for the Santa Monica Mountains National Recreation Area, to dig. The group
A bill expected to become law in Oregon would allow some of the state's elementary, middle and high schools to continue using Native American mascots if local boards and tribes can agree to terms. The measure cleared the House on Wednesday, and was
Why is it bad to demean a player of African descent, but the pejorative "Redskins" is still just fine for use as the name of the Washington football team?...As a Native American, a citizen of the Oglala Lakota Nation and someone who participates in
The San Francisco Coroner Tuesday afternoon confirmed a skeleton discovered that morning at the Transbay Terminal construction site is that of a Native American. The site, which is on Fremont Street at Mission Avenue, used to be a marsh along what