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Osage Nation Votes To Approve Marriage Equality

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The tribe joins a growing list of Native American groups legally recognizing same-sex marriages.

Christian Nationalism in American History: A New Series

Mark EdwardsJust a quick word to check out a recently completed series on Christian nationalism at Religions. The eight marvelous essays cover topics ranging from the Native American preacher William Appess, Federalists, and West Point, to Richard Mouw, Donald Trump, the ecumenical movement, evangelical internationalism, and religious pluralism. Show More Summary

Virginia senators push for federal recognition for 6 tribes

Virginia's two senators have reintroduced a bill that would grant federal recognition to six of the state's Native American tribes that were among the first to greet English settlers in … Click to Continue »

Native American Flute: A Hand Made History

Aaron White takes us on a journey through native history and culture as seen in the craft of the hand-made native American flute. The post Native American Flute: A Hand Made History appeared first on The Good Men Project.

‘We All Know Someone’: Tribal Community, Advocates Seek to Honor Missing and Murdered Native American Women

"It’s a hard struggle when a member of your family passes away. But this Day of Awareness can mean that her memory will live on forever.” The post ‘We All Know Someone’: Tribal Community, Advocates Seek to Honor Missing and Murdered Native American Women appeared first on Rewire.

What Do Native American Carvings in French WWI Quarries Mean?

Why is there a Native American canoe carved in an abandoned quarry inhabited by U.S. soldiers during WWI?

Will the real Pocahontas please stand up?

Four hundred years after her death, Native American descendants of Pocahontas reflect on a troubled history and legacy.

Native Americans prepare to battle Trump over Utah national monument

When word came down on Dec. 28 that President Barack Obama had created a 1.35 million-acre national monument called Bears Ears, Jonah Yellowman celebrated. So did leaders of his Navajo … Click to Continue »

Judge dismisses suit challenging law on Indian children

A federal judge has dismissed an advocacy group's lawsuit challenging the constitutionality of a federal law on placements of Native American children removed from their parents' custody. The suit filed … Click to Continue »

These Designs Showcase the Provocative World of Native Fashion

These contemporary designs by prominent or up-and-coming Native American designers are edgy and pulsing with relevance

'The Rez Accent' - Native American English Appears Even Among Indians Who Speak No Other Language

"In other words, the use of English could be just as important to indigenous identity as mother-tongue languages." Tristan Ahtone looks into the origins of the accent and what it signifies - to Indians themselves and to other Americ...

U.S. judge denies tribe's request to stop oil flow in Dakota Access pipeline

WASHINGTON (Reuters) - A U.S. District Court judge on Tuesday denied a request by a Native American tribe to issue an emergency injunction to prevent oil from flowing through part of the Dakota Access Pipeline, saying such a move would be against the public interest.

Court rules for California tribe in suit over land access

Members of a Native American tribe in California who were temporarily banned from tribal land — one for 10 years — cannot challenge that decision in U.S. court, a divided … Click to Continue »

Native Nations Rise: Indigenous Peoples and Allies March on Washington, D.C.

Thousands of Native Americans and allies took their fight against the Dakota Access pipeline to the White House last week. The Standing Rock Sioux Tribe and Native nations hosted the Native Nations Rise march to highlight “the necessity...Show More Summary

5 stories that have (almost) nothing to do with politics

Last week, Republicans unveiled a new health bill (and it’s going great, President Donald Trump says), women and Native Americans marched on Washington and White House Press Secretary Sean Spicer’s fashion faux pas lit Twitter on fire. But there’s a … Continue reading ? The post 5 stories that have (almost) nothing to do with politics appeared first on PBS NewsHour.

2 bills aim to prevent or mitigate oil-train disaster

Seeking to prevent or at least mitigate an ecological disaster like an oil spill into the Columbia River, Native Americans, environmentalists and a fishing guide are speaking out in support … Click to Continue »

Tribes ask judge to stop Dakota Access oil from flowing

BISMARCK, N.D. (AP) — Two Native American tribes who are suing to stop the Dakota Access pipeline have asked a judge to head off the imminent flow of oil while they appeal his decision allowing the pipeline's construction to be completed.

Katie Frates: ‘Daily Caller’ Editor Calls Death Tweet ‘Imprudent’ – No Apology

Katie Frates, an editor and producer at The Daily Caller, is once again causing buzz on Twitter for a tweet that Katie deleted. As reported by the Inquisitr, Katie recently mused about running over Native American and other protesters...Show More Summary

Today, Native Americans marched on Washington for their rights — civil, treaty, and human.

The Native Nations Rise march was the latest mobilization in the years-long battle against the Dakota Access Pipeline.

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