The Department of Education Is Trying to Promote Native Language Learning
The DOE's new programs will also support improvement in English proficiency.
The Tribe With a Claim to the Contested Oregon Land
The Burns Paiute tribe has got more of a right to that land than Ammon Bundy, or anyone else for that matter.
The Human Cost of Keystone XL
In North Dakota’s oil boomtowns, rape, sex trafficking, and domestic violence rates are spiking, with American Indian women suffering the most. Now tribes along the Keystone XL pipeline route worry that the violence could be headed their way—and tribal police may be unable to stop it.
Dispatches From the Russian River: Apps Against Humanity
As she stacks piles of wood, Alexis Coe ponders the depersonalization of the working class.
The Crazy Horse Memorial - What Would Crazy Horse Think?
A larger-than-Rushmore size granite memorial to the famous Sioux warrior has been under construction since 1948, but is that really what the Sioux residents in the area need?
Cajune Brings American-Indian History to Public Schools
Julie Cajune leads a groundbreaking Montana initiative to compile American-Indian history and include it in public education.