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On the phone from Kansas, Oklahoma, Cherokee Nation citizen Lawrence Panther speaks in his second language, English, explaining how he began teaching his first: Cherokee

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THIS DAY IN HISTORY: Monday, November 29, 2021, is the 157th 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. Among the dead were at least 105 women, children and elders.  

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A bipartisan government agency tasked with providing voting information to the public is working to make it easier for some Natives to vote.

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WASHINGTON — In addition to news already covered during the previous week, each Sunday Native News Online provides an overview of activity in Washington, D.C. that impacts Indian Country during the past week.

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In recent years there has been more stories reported by the national media on the reality of what happened on the "first" Thanksgiving 400 years ago between the Pilgrims and Wampanoag.

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The Agua Caliente Band of Cahuilla Indians in Palm Springs, California, are hoping to expand their reservation by about 2,650 acres.

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As employees and spectators gear up for the annual Macy’s Thanksgiving Day Parade in New York City, the controversial Theodore Roosevelt statue depicting—literally— racial hierarchy, still stands at the head of the parade route on Manhattan's Central Park West.

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Earlier this month, Native News Online sat down with Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA) Administrator Deanne Criswell. She spoke with us about how FEMA is striving to meet the needs of Native communities throughout the U.S. We’re publishing our Q & A with the Administrator here. The discussion has been edited for content and clarity.

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Millions of viewers who tuned in today to watch the 2021 Macy's Thanksgiving Day Parade were treated with a blessing by Mashpee Wampanoag tribal elders Carolyn Wynne (Otter Clan) and Siobhan Brown, who acknowledged the Lenape territory of Manahatta.