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Movement replacing Columbus Day with events honoring Native Americans gains steam around US

11 hours agoNews : The Raw Story

About four miles from the world’s largest Christopher Columbus parade in midtown Manhattan on Monday, hundreds of Native Americans and their supporters will hold a sunrise prayer circle to honor ancestors who were slain or driven from their land. The ceremony will begin the final day of a...

Dylan O'Brien Did Not Jack Native American Artifacts ... 'Maze Runner' Studio Says

20 hours agoPop Culture / Celebrity :

Dylan O'Brien's name has been cleared... 20th Century Fox says he did not steal Native American treasures while filming in New Mexico -- which means it's really bizarre that he lied about it in the first place. As we reported... the star of "Maze…

American Heart Association and Shakopee Tribe Join Forces for Native American Health

The American Heart Association (AHA) and the Shakopee Mdewakanton Sioux Community (SMSC) will convene a groundbreaking gathering of national philanthropic organizations in Minneapolis on October 14-15. The event will focus on the crisis in Native American nutritional health and food access and the interconnections these issues have with tribal economies and health disparities.

Newswire: Maze Runner cast receives karmic justice for stealing Native American artifacts

Native Americans just can’t catch a break in Hollywood. Not only do they have Adam Sandler to deal with, now those entitled little punks from the Maze Runner movies are resurrecting the “Indian burial ground” trope. Series star Dylan...Show More Summary

Tune Up Your Place with Teepees

Teepees (aka tipis) are shelters of the Native Americans of the Great Plains. The word tipi simply means “living in.” We don’t suggest you ditch your apartment or manse to go live in a tent, but we think a teepee is a great home addition, whether as outdoor lounge, guest room, kid play area or […]

Native Americans protest ‘Maze Runner’ actor’s comments

yesterdayNews : The Raw Story

An offhand comment made by “Maze Runner” actor Dylan O’Brien about filching Native American artifacts from a New Mexico ranch where a movie was being filmed has stung advocates who have long struggled to protect tribal items and remains. O’Brien, 24, said in a recent...

Brown Student Newspaper Is Sorry For Op-Ed Offensive To Native Americans

2 days agoNews : Huffington Post

PROVIDENCE, R.I. (AP) -- The Brown University campus newspaper apologized Wednesday after publishing what it says were two "deeply hurtful" and racist columns. The Brown Daily Herald's editorial board published an editor's note saying it regretted the hurt caused by the two opinion columns, both written by student M. Show More Summary

‘Maze Runner: The Scorch Trials’ Cast Accused Of Taking Native American Artifacts [Video]

Cast members of Maze Runner: The Scorch Trials are under fire for some missing Native American artifacts while filming in New Mexico. As a result, a group of people started a petition to get the cast of the film to apologize and return the artifacts. Show More Summary

'Maze Runner' actors may have taken tribal artifacts in N.M.

3 days agoNews : NY Daily News

Actors shooting “Maze Runner: The Scorch Trials” may have run off with Native American artifacts.

'Maze Runner' Star Dylan O'Brien -- Studio Steps In ... We'll Get Back Stolen Native Artifacts

"Maze Runner: The Scorch Trials" star Dylan O'Brien is getting called to the principals office -- after he bragged about stealing Native American artifacts from the movie's set, he'll have to answer to 20th Century Fox studio execs....

Rooney Mara Responds to 'Pan' Casting Backlash: 'It Wasn't Great'

Rooney Mara and her boyfriend Charlie McDowell step out on the chilly day on Monday (October 5) in New York City. The 30-year-old faced a ton of controversy and backlash when she was cast as the Native American princess Tiger Lily in the new Joe Wright film Pan. “It wasn’t great, I felt really bad [...]

Celebrating Native American Day's 25th Anniversary

Notes from Indian Country By Tim Giago (Nanwica Kciji) When Columbus Day comes around each year there is consternation in the Native American community across America. Columbus Day parades, particularly the one held in Denver, are disrupted by militant American Indians. Show More Summary

Dylan O’Brien And The ‘Scorch Trials’ Cast Are In Hot Water With These 35,000 Fans

Angered by Dylan O'Brien's admission that he took Native American artifacts from the set of "The Maze Runner: Scorch Trials," a 19 year-old fan has started a petition to convince him to return the items.

Petitioners Demand Apology For Theft Of Artifacts By ‘Maze Runner’ Cast

Maze Runner: The Scorch Trials co-star Dylan O’Brien might have thought his played-out joke about Native American burial curses would provoke laughs during a recent appearance on Live With Kelly and Michael, but a possible PR migraine...Show More Summary

Supreme Court denies appeal seeking return of Jim Thorpe’s remains

4 days agoNews : The Raw Story

The U.S. Supreme Court on Monday rejected an appeal by a Native American nation and legendary athlete Jim Thorpe’s surviving sons to have his remains moved from Pennsylvania to tribal lands in his home state of Oklahoma. Richard and William Thorpe, along with the Sac and Fox Nation, claimed...

UND Deserves Parody And Mockery Over Ridiculous Nickname Fight

An enterprising University of North Dakota alumnus is poking fun at his alma mater’s nickname fight with t-shirts showing the now-banned “Fighting Sioux” logo, except this time with a tongue sticking out of the Native American warrior’s mouth. He’s selling merchandise with the altered logo on it at his website Not surprisingly, the UND administrators...

The Death of the California Dream

Ever since gold first gleamed in the water at Sutter’s Mill, coming to California has represented a particularly glittery iteration of the American dream. On the sunny shores of land wrested first from Native Americans and then from Spanish colonists, you can have it all: a two-car garage and warm weather, upward mobility and palm trees. Show More Summary

Also.Also.Also: When Will These Boobs Be Banned?

4 days agoLGBT / Lesbian : Autostraddle

Native American History studies getting nixed in South Dakota, ways to ask for consent, Sleater-Kinney, when will Facebook ban these boobs, Cameron Esposito and Rhea Butcher unf, Stockholm Pride, musical muppets, and so much more! The post Also.Also.Also: When Will These Boobs Be Banned? appeared first on Autostraddle.

Doctor accused of looting ancient artifacts is indicted on 21 counts

A Mono County doctor has been indicted on 21 felony counts related to the alleged looting of Native American artifacts from tribal and public lands including Death Valley National Park. The case against Jonathan Bourne, 59, an anesthesiologist at Mammoth Hospital, stems from a yearlong investigation...

Silenced Again: Native Americans Insulted after Pope Francis Makes Junípero Serra a Saint

The history of the Catholic Church with indigenous peoples is a long and brutal one. Forced eradication of culture, religion, and language resulted in the destruction of first nations throughout the world. The introduction of disease wiped out entire populations; spreading the word of God was often tied to violent methods of conversion. Show More Summary

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