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With blanket ceremony, American Indians give Obama a warm embrace

5 hours agoNews : USAToday: News

President Obama donned a Native American hat and blanket at his eighth and final White House Tribal Nations conference.        

Twitter Gets Snarky Over Obama Wearing Hat and Blanket at Tribal Nations Conference

6 hours agoNews : Mediaite

President Obama spoke today at the White House Tribal Nations Conference to address issues of extreme importance to America's Native American population. But Twitter, because it's Twitter, had more of a field day with the tribal garb he was given to wear.

Obama says US making progress on Native American issues

WASHINGTON (AP) — President Barack Obama says the U.S. has made significant progress improving conditions for Native Americans but has more work to do. Obama says the U.S. must redouble efforts to ensure that every federal agency consults with tribal nations and works with them "sovereign to sovereign."

Obama says US making progress on Native American issues

President Barack Obama says the U.S. has made significant progress improving conditions for Native Americans but has more work to do. Obama is speaking to the White House Tribal Nations … Click to Continue »

‘Son Of Joseph’ Acquired By Kino Lorber Ahead Of NY Film Festival Bow

EXCLUSIVE: Kino Lorber has acquired North American rights to Son Of Joseph, French writer-director Eugène Green’s rebooted nativity story that is having its North American premiere at the upcoming New York Film Festival. A January 2017...Show More Summary

A native American man overlooking the newly completed transcontinental railroad in Nevada, c.1860s

In this photograph by Alfred Hart taken between 1865 – 1869, a Native American looks down upon a newly completed section of the Transcontinental Railroad, 435 miles from Sacramento, California. The stark composition of both man and progress facing a distant haze conveys emotions as complex as the cultural impact behind America’s westward expansion. Show More Summary

From prairie to the White House: Inside a Tribe’s quest to stop a pipeline

17 hours agoNews : The Raw Story

Three days after guard dogs attacked Native Americans protesting an oil pipeline project in North Dakota in early September, an unprecedented event took place at the White House. Brian Cladoosby, president of the National Congress of American Indians, which represents more than 500 tribes, spoke to...


What? are Native Americans, not talkable aboutable? Where do Trump and Clinton stand on Native issues? We dont know. News media as usual keeps running film loops of mockery in presidential debates, pushing that the rehearsed put downs of Reagan, Kennedy, Ford, and others are somehow the height of true debate, and elections. They are [...]Show More Summary

RIP: Buckwheat Zydeco

From Reuters: The American accordionist Stanley “Buckwheat” Dural, Jr., who brought wider attention to the Creole musical styles of his native Louisiana through his band Buckwheat Zydeco, died on Saturday, his manager said. Dural died aged 68 early on Saturday morning, according to a statement posted online by his manager, Ted Fox. Show More Summary

Five Scariest Native American Legendary Creatures

The Native People of America have an amazingly rich culture of legends. Some of them explain physical features in the land and others report ongoing strife between the tribes, but the ones that give the most shivers are the legends of creatures that create absolute terror. Show More Summary

The White Tribe's Onslaught Against Native Americans Isn't a History Tale—It's Alive and Well In 2016

Click here for reuse options! The Dakota Access Pipeline showdown is a trip back to the future. Cowboys and Indians are at it again.  Americans who don’t live in the West may think that the historic clash of Native Americans and pioneering...Show More Summary

Olympic medalist and Atlanta native Kristi Castlin on that history-making sweep

In Rio, Kristi Castlin, Brianna Rollins, and Nia Ali, did something that no American female track and field athletes had done before—they swept an Olympic event, taking bronze, gold, and silver, respectively, in the 100-meter hurdles.. Show More Summary

Booth Museum highlights Edward S. Curtis’s portraits of Native American women

At the turn of the 20th century, photographer Edward S. Curtis traveled to the Southwest to document Native Americans, whose traditions and way of life he believed would soon vanish. He spent the next 20 years living among more than 80 tribes across America and producing upwards of 40,000 images.

Who knew! Israel almost started war with Hezbollah in 2015, IDF officer reveals at NY synagogue

Shadowy Israeli intelligence officer "Captain Nativ" tours American Jewish spaces and tells a bunch of Upper West Side Jews that Israel was "really close to opening a war against Hezbollah" in 2015. Who knew!

The Super Twisted History Of The Dakota Access Pipeline

3 days agoNews : Huffington Post

Completion of the Dakota Access oil pipeline seemed almost inevitable. But then the Obama administration stepped in this month and offered a respite to the medley of Native Americans, environmentalists and Midwestern landowners who oppose...Show More Summary

You Can Get Any Food You Want in America—Except This

Bite is Mother Jones' new food politics podcast. Listen to all our episodes here, or by subscribing in iTunes or Stitcher or via RSS. Ask anyone to name a Native American food, and chances are, they'll say "frybread." The crisp, oily, disk-shaped doughnut has come to represent Indian culture all over the United States. Show More Summary

16.11 – MU Podcast

Dr. Ardy Sixkiller Clarke joins us this week with ‘More Encounters with Star People’, the third book in her best selling series revealing Native American encounters of the third kind. We also feature the latest in medical futurology, all the ‘space teasers’ of the week, and the classic...

Stephen Hawking: If aliens call, we should be 'wary of answering'

“Meeting an advanced civilization could be like Native Americans encountering Columbus.”        

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