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That Time Superman Made Sure That Native Americans Lost Metropolis

Superman going back in time to make sure that the Native Americans sell their land? Sounds like a plan! The post That Time Superman Made Sure That Native Americans Lost Metropolis appeared first on

Police begin removing protesters from Dakota pipeline encampment

7 hours agoNews : The Raw Story

Police in North Dakota began clearing a group of Native American and environmental protesters from an encampment near an oil pipeline construction site on Thursday in a move that could escalate tensions in a standoff that has lasted several months. The police moved in on the protesters camped on...

MLB Commissioner To Discuss Chief Wahoo Logo With Cleveland Owner After World Series

8 hours agoNews : Huffington Post

The Cleveland Indians’ return to the World Series has brought renewed attention to the team’s Chief Wahoo logo, a cartoon caricature that many Native Americans have sought to change for decades. Not long ago, the team itself said itShow More Summary

Sad Indians Fan in Incredibly Racist Costume Gets Roasted on Twitter (Video + Tweets)

13 hours agoSports : Total Pro Sports

Fox cameras spotted a sad Indians fan wearing an incredibly racist Native American costume at Progressive Field during Game 2 of the World Series on Wednesday night. The fan appeared on screen for about eight seconds as the broadcast cut to commercial after the top of the seventh, with the Cubs leading 5-1. Take a […]

4 things Native American doctors got right

13 hours agoNews : The Raw Story

When people think of medicine men or spiritual healers, they may not take those traditional practices seriously. Common themes like astrology and superstition seem at odds with the scientifically driven doctors who dominate our modern hospitals and medical offices. But Native American societies...

Police Attack and Arrest Peaceful Protesters at the Dakota Access Pipeline

13 hours agoNews : Truthdig

“Many families, nearly all of them Native American, can be seen running for the hills” in what is among the most compelling eye-level footage of the months-long protest.

“Wichi-Tai-To” By Towner and Peacock

23 hours agoMusic / Jazz : Rifftides

From his American Indian grandfather, tenor saxophonist Jim Pepper (pictured) learned “Witchi-Tai-To,” a peyote healing chant of the Native American Church. It became a part of the repertoires of several bands including Oregon, the group that brought guitarist Ralph Towner to wide attention in the 1970s. The Norwegian musicians Jan Garbarek and Bobo Stenson and the […]

Even Rev. Jesse Jackson on horseback can't end pipeline showdown

Tensions remained strained here as police officials here confronted Native American activists and hundreds of their supporters — including the Rev. Jesse Jackson on horsback — over a pipeline project that has bloomed into a national controversy. The confrontation took place shortly after dawn Wednesday,...

Native American Project Urges Political Involvement, Representation Beyond Standing Rock

yesterdayNews : Truthdig

Now that the Dakota pipeline protest has galvanized the Native American community, the Advance Native Political Leadership group wants to build a pathway to more government inclusion.

Young Conservatives UT bake sale sparks racism furor

yesterdayNews : USAToday: News

The bake sale sign listed prices for items like "Asian male" and "Native American."        

U.S. Senators are pushing for Native American Artifact legislation -- but will it do any good?

Here's a news story on the proposed legislation. Two pieces, count-'em two! Well, one is just a resolution. The other, STOP, stands for the Safeguard Tribal Objects of Patrimony Act. So far as I can tell, the main things the legislation...Show More Summary

Cleveland Indians: Native Americans rally against logo

As Cleveland Indians play Chicago Cubs in one of the most anticipated baseball games, activists take aim at mascot.

Cops Fatally Shoot Pregnant Native American Woman During 'Wellness Check'

Sheriff’s deputies in Washington state fatally shot a pregnant Native American woman on Friday after being dispatched to her home for a “wellness check.” Renee Davis, 23, texted someone from her home on Muckleshoot tribal lands, Davis’ foster sister, Danielle Bargala, told the Seattle Times. Show More Summary

Muslims Stand Firmly With Standing Rock

Is this really happening I watched dogs bite into the flesh of Native Americans while they were maced by private security in North Dakota protesting the most controversial land-grab of our generation. I saw people chain themselves to heavy machinery. I watched Green Party Presidential candidate Jill Stein be arrested for standing in solidarity with […]

Washington Cops Shoot And Kill Pregnant Mother Of Three Inside Her Own Home, Claim She Had A Gun

Pregnant Native American Mother Of Three Shot Dead By Police Another mentally disturbed woman has been shot dead by police sent to “check on her” and ensure her safety. This time, it was a Native American pregnant mother of three.

Clashes, arrests and fears — North Dakota pipeline protest at a boiling point

Robby Romero and his fellow Native American activists have drawn a clear line on the cold North Dakota ground.  “This is our stronghold,” Romero said. “They will not cross this line.”  The line is North Dakota Highway 1806, which runs through the Standing Rock Sioux reservation, near where the...

Deputized Police Fire Shots at Native #NoDAPL Media Drones

Unarmed Native American citizens watch as the first shots are fired at Standing Rock.  The post Deputized Police Fire Shots at Native #NoDAPL Media Drones appeared first on The Good Men Project.

Non-Sequiturs: 10.24.16

Why are Native Americans suing the Mormon Church? [The Atlantic] The legal system changed the way you print documents. [Slate] The powerful online presence of Justices Ginsburg and Thomas. [Jost on Justice] The story behind the story of the death of Laquan McDonald. Show More Summary

Hemp may be next gold mine for Native American tribes

(Reuters) - Casinos on Native American land have poured billions into tribal economies since the late 1980s, lifting many people from poverty. Now, some hope, cultivating industrial hemp could do the same.

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