An ecologically conscious concept to work for the benefit of the seventh generation to come.
Sometimes, saying nothing says a lot.
Is there a place for single sex scouting?
It All Begins with Self Everybody saw it. The smirking young boy in a maga hat facing off with a Native American man in Washington, D.C. The image went viral. The hashtags and stories proliferated. Commentaries sprouted and circulated. The kid even made it on the Today show. What did we learn? That we’re merely…
If a tribal door is opened to you, walk through it. Leave your plans on the other side of the door. Open your heart to tribal ways, and in a single week you might change a single life. It likely will be yours.
Dads Throughout History Series – Part 1 Great-Great Grandfather: Dad’s Dad’s Dad’s Dad Growing up in my extended family, there was a lot of emphasis on keeping our paternal last name alive. I was one of only three males with the name, and there had been three males in the generation before us, and…
Once Upon A Time… Remembering historical events and considering their significance for families today The American Southwest in the late 1800’s was one of many battlefields for the on-going wars between indigenous Native American tribes and European colonists, and both Mexican and U.S. colonial military forces. Known collectively as the American-Indian Wars, Native American tribes…
Time Machine Series: Exploring Past, Present & Future PAST Back in elementary school when the forms came around that asked you to state a race, I would check the box that said “white.” I had been told by my parents, however, that I was Spanish. Later versions of that form came with a “Hispanic” box,…
When white men came in force, they would make the Lakota into zombies just like them.
Something is happening on Turtle Island that has never happened before, and mainstream media still refuses to report it.
Multiple psychological studies have empirically shown Native mascots harm the self-esteem of Native youth and indoctrinate racial stereotypes in non-Native children.
Quentin Lucas wants to thank the police.
Native Americans often have to contend with depictions of themselves that serve others needs and desires. Debbie Reese responds to The Atlantic Monthly’s latest defense of that practice.
In the face of “rejection” by the Oglala Nation — some thoughts on redemption for Fox & Friends’ resident “Native American” Conservative.
When it comes to saving salmon, predator management ruffles feathers and fur.
Urban Outfitters needs to stop.