Monthly Archives: October 2016

Native People Right Now!

Last year, Indian Country Today launched a new series called “The 50 Faces of Indian Country.” Following up on my last post about the World Series, I thought I’d share these 50 faces with you. (PS: they look nothing like … Continue reading

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Sockalexis to Yellow Horse to Chance

In a few days, two Major League Baseball franchises will face each other in the World Series. Both have a lot to prove. The team from Chicago has experienced a post-season drought stretching back almost a century. The team from … Continue reading

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Repatriation as The Whole Story [DAPL Update]

The history of many Native communities in the United States, when it is told at all, is usually recited as a series of convulsive events, tied together by a flimsy narrative of “contact,” “conquest,” and “dependency.” A case in point … Continue reading

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