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November 29, 2023 Levi Rickert and Neely Bardwell
THIS DAY IN HISTORY: Wednesday, November 29, 2023, is the anniversary of the Sand Creek Massacre, where approximately 230 Cheyenne & Arapaho were killed at the hands of 675 U.S. soldiers, known as the Colorado territory militia.
November 30, 2023 Kaili Berg and Elyse Wild Currents 216
Native American Women's Equal Pay Day is a powerful reminder of the ongoing struggle for economic equality faced by Native American women.
November 29, 2023 Tom Anderson Opinion 296
Guest Opinion. As a tribal citizen of the Cherokee Nation, I know firsthand how rich and cherished tribal cultures are - but, as with anything precious, our cultures' longevity depends on a concerted effort.
November 28, 2023 Stephany Seay Opinion 1221
Guest Opinion. It is time for a cease-fire in the so-called buffalo hunts that take place on the western and northern edges of Yellowstone National Park.
November 18, 2023 Levi Rickert Sovereignty 10542
The UC Health Hospital in Aurora, Colorado on Friday finally admitted that a hospital staff member cut the hair of a 65-year-old Lakota elder Arthur Janis, without his or his family’s permission.
November 14, 2023 DAN NEUMANN, Maine Beacon Sovereignty 1840
Last week, 73 percent of Mainers voted in favor of Question 6, a referendum question that the tribes say make clearer Maine’s treaty obligations to Maine’s Indigenous people.
November 16, 2023 Kaili Berg Education 3246
Growing up, Gertrude Smith (Yavapai-Apache) was shamed for trying to learn her language. Today, she is involved in the largest effort to revitalize it.
November 10, 2023 Nicole Greason, ASU News Education 2087
Arizona State University honors student Jonah Holiday takes inspiration for his education, community service and future profession from his parents and grandmother.
Arts & Entertainment
November 30, 2023 Kaili Berg Arts & Entertainment 178
From never-before-exhibited drawings to pages from the Algonquin-language Bible, “Boundless,” a multimedia Native American art exhibition, is on display at the Mead Art Museum at Amherst College until Jan. 7, 2024.
November 28, 2023 Jenna Kunze Arts & Entertainment 1216
NEW YORK—One of Indian Country’s most produced playwrights, Mary Kathryn Nagle (Cherokee), premiered her play MANAHATTA about the Indigenous history of Manhattan at The Public Theatre on November 16.
November 15, 2023 Kaili Berg Environment 2489
The Greater Chaco Coalition is calling upon Secretary of the Interior Deb Haaland (Laguna Pueblo) to follow through with her promise to protect the culturally significant Greater Chaco Region in New Mexico.
November 09, 2023 Native News Online Staff Environment 1745
On Friday, November 10, 2023, U.S. Senator Lisa Murkowski (R-Alaska), Vice Chair of the U.S. Senate Committee on Indian Affairs (SCIA), will a Committee field oversight hearing in Bethel, Alaska on “The Impact of the Historic Salmon Declines on the Health and Well-Being of Alaska Native Communities along Arctic, Yukon, and Kuskokwim Rivers.” Testimony will be provided by the following witnesses invited by the Committee: