When Indians killed the buffalo, they used the entire carcass -- nothing went to waste. When Elizabeth Warren shoots a buffalo, she just cuts off an ear and pins it to her CV. Sen. ["Sitting Bullshit"] Elizabeth Warren (D. Mass.)...
Marking a 150-year anniversary and a promise kept to return the people to their ancestral home
Ideas of evolution and tradition commingle in a new show at the American Indian Museum in New York City
"That spirit speaks to the future potential of what this country can do," the American president's eldest son said in New Delhi.
Efforts by the mainstream media to rehabilitate Sen. Elizabeth Warren (D.-Mass.) and her false claim to be of Cherokee Indian heritage intensified in recent days after Warren’s remarks to a Native American group in Washington, D.C. Slate took the latest crack at it with a piece headlined, “Elizabeth Warren Addresses (but Doesn’t Apologize for) Contested […]
Sen. Elizabeth Warren (D.-Mass.) spoke at the National Congress of American Indians in Washington, D.C., in an unscheduled speech. There, Warren used the opportunity to criticize President Donald Trump’s claims that she used a fake Native American identity to get a professorship and tenure at Harvard University and called her Pocahontas on social media. The […]
Just as Paramount/Skydance’s sci-fi adventure Annihilation was heating up in its word of mouth before its February 23 release, two advocacy groups this week — MANAA (Media Action Network for Asian Americans) and American Indians in Film...Show More Summary
Sen. Elizabeth Warren (D-MA) surprised attendees at the National Congress of American Indians in Boston on Wednesday, using the appearance to give a speech denouncing President Donald Trump’s use of the nickname “Pocahontas” to belittle her claims of Native American heritage. “I’ve noticed that every time my name comes up, President Trump likes to talk […]
surprised guests at the National Congress of American Indians on Wednesday with an impassioned speech calling out President Donald Trump’s habit of calling her “Pocahontas.”
News of these pictures seem to have gone into the same file as the pictures of Obama with Louis Farrakhan. William Mendoza, 42, was the executive director of the White House Initiative on American Indian and Alaska Native Education The...
Sen. Elizabeth Warren (D-MA) “made a surprise appearance at the National Congress of American Indians Wednesday morning, forcefully responding to President Trump’s derisively calling her ‘Pocahontas’ and addressing her claims of Native American heritage more directly — and far more [...]
Sen. Elizabeth Warren (D-Mass.) surprised members of the National Congress of American Indians on Wednesday with a stirring speech pledging to fight for the rights of Native Americans—a group President Donald Trump has a long record of disrespecting, both verbally and in policy. The Massachusetts senator also addressed Trump’s frequent use of “Pocahontas” to attack her, […]
Yuri Gripas Sen. Elizabeth Warren (D-MA) on Wednesday morning made an impromptu appearance at the National Congress of American Indians, in which she finally addressed her personal heritage claims and fired back at President Trump for his repeated derogatory references to her as “Pocahontas.” “My mother’s family was part Native American. Show More Summary
Warren responds to the insults about her heritage.
Cheers alum George Wendt, Gia Sandhu (The Indian Detective) and Zenobia Shroff (The Big Sick) are set to co-star opposite Hannah Simone in ABC's single-camera comedy pilot The Greatest American Hero, from the Fresh Off the Boat duo of...Show More Summary
If you've ever read Jeff VanderMeer's Southern Reach Trilogy, you may already know that the lead characters are of Asian descent and of half-white, half American Indian, and some groups aren't happy about the movie's changes.
Lawmakers hailed a recent bill to recognize several Virginia tribes as having “righted a historical wrong," but problems remain
Smithsonian's National Museum of the American Indian shared five potential concepts for the permanent monument in Washington, DC. The post See the Finalists for the National Mall’s First Memorial to Native American Veterans appeared first on Hyperallergic.
Above: The student body at Carlisle Indian School, 1885, which evidently was not part of the Gilded Age I was pretty excited last night. PBS’ American Experience was premiering its new two-hour show on the Gilded Age. As more people come around to the reality that we live in the New Gilded Age and that […]
This is the grave of Lawrence La Monte. Information on La Monte is not that easy to find. He is known for one thing–he was a member of the American Indian Movement killed at Wounded Knee, on the Pine Ridge Reservation in South Dakota, on April 27, 1973 in the brutal firefight between the FBI […]