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American Voices: Mt. McKinley To Be Renamed Denali

8 hours agoHumor : The Onion

As part of his visit to Alaska this week, President Obama will officially change the name of Mt. McKinley back to its original and native name, Denali, a decision praised by Alaska residents who have long fought for the name reversal. What do you think?

Bryan Fischer: Mt. McKinley’s Being Renamed Because Obama Hates White Republican Americans

The White House announced yesterday that Mt. McKinley, the tallest mountain in the United States, would be renamed "Denali." It's what native Alaskans have long called the mountain and makes plenty of sense when you consider that President...Show More Summary

Mt. McKinley Is Dead, What Places Are Next?

11 hours agoNews : The Daily Beast

Mount St. Helens and Mount Rushmore have Native American names, too…

Illinois' history museum is latest target in political fight

The skeleton of a massive mastodon, thousands of Native American artifacts and a giant shark could be the next casualties in an increasingly ugly fight over Illinois' state budget that has dragged on for months with no sign of endin...

President Obama Renames Alaska’s ‘Mt. McKinley’ to ‘Denali'; Will Appear on Bear Grylls’ Show

13 hours agoLGBT / Gay : Towleroad

President Obama is making an historic three-day trip to Alaska to focus on climate change. Ahead of the trip, the President restored Mount McKinley’s name to its original Native American (Koyukon Athabaskan) name of Denali. Denali, which was na… The post President Obama Renames Alaska’s ‘Mt. McKinley’ to ‘Denali'; Will Appear on Bear Grylls’ Show appeared first on Towleroad.

Tribe in Idaho to draft recovery plan for wild reindeer

SALMON, Idaho (Reuters) - A Native American tribe in Idaho has been assigned the task of drafting a plan for saving a tiny band of wild reindeer from extinction in a far corner of the northern Rockies straddling the U.S.-Canadian border, federal wildlife officials said on Friday.

Editor’s Rant About Diversity Complaints Brings Down Wrath Of The Internet

The language in Kate Gale’s piece has set off a firestorm. Discussing a complaint that AWP is not inclusive of various ethnic groups–and responding directly to a charge that the organization has been dismissive of Native Americans–Gale writes of trying to find the potential “Indian hater” in the organization. Then, speaking about issues of diversity […]

Ladies and gentlemen, let’s get ready to Trump-le!

Trump parodies American values and turns them against us. He reduces individualism to egoism, plain-speech to blowhard insults, patriotism to nativism.

Meth-using pothead possible child molesting tomb robber knows enough to note findspot and stratum

Inappropriate letter to a 14-year-old leads to smell of pot leads to spotting bags of pot in van leads to finding meth pipe in van leads to finding Native American artifacts. And yet the guy was smart enough to have tagged some of the...Show More Summary

Sorry creationists — your favorite cave painting meme does not prove humans and dinosaurs co-existed

4 days agoNews : The Raw Story

An ancient cave painting by Native Americans in Utah was celebrated by “Young Earth” creationists, who believe the planet is less than 10,000 years old, because the 1,000-year old picture looks, at face value, like a winged pterodactyl dinosaur. But using new technology, scientists have...

2016: We Need More Healing, Not More Division

There is an old Cherokee Native American legend about the two wolves that feels once again apropos for today's conversation in our country (I have cited this before in a previous column), and the emergence of the Summer of Trump. The parable is that a young boy comes up to this grandfather, who is the chief of the Cherokee Tribe to learn about life. Show More Summary

2016: We Need More Healing, Not More Division

There is an old Cherokee Native American legend about the two wolves that feels once again apropos for today's conversation in our country (I have cited this before in a previous column), and the emergence of the Summer of Trump. The parable is that a young boy comes up to this grandfather, who is the chief of the Cherokee Tribe to learn about life. Show More Summary

Native Americans Demand Mining Reform After Colorado Toxic River Spill

Native American tribes and environmental groups urge to reform outdated mining rules on federal lands.

In Photos: Living Without Access to Clean Water on the Navajo Nation

last weekNews : Vice News

More than 10,000 people in the Navajo Nation — which includes parts of New Mexico, Arizona, Utah, and Colorado — live without regular access to clean drinking water. Navajo Nation, the largest Native American reservation in the United States, has the highest concentration of water-poor homes in the country. Show More Summary

Marijuana Legalized On Wisconsin Native American Reservation

Marijuana is now legal to possess and smoke on a Wisconsin Native American Reservation according to reservation officials. Last week, members of the Menominee tribe in Wisconsin voted 677 to 499 to legalize marijuana on its 360 acre reservation for recreational use. Show More Summary

Politicaly Correct Land Mark Names

I don’t have much to say that the other TMV authors have not said already so here is a Saturday picture.  This is Mt Washington in Oregon.  The native Americans called it squa tit  a name that continued to be used by settlers until the state of Oregon decided to “clean up” geographic names.  Another [...]Show More Summary

ICYMI: A Native American Artist Drew A Picture Of A Beheaded Scott Walker

So, Trey Sanchez of Truth Revolt found this awful picture that was posted on an environmentalist group’s Facebook page. Stay classy, liberals...

A Troll in the Lost City of the Dead

In 2010, anonymous emails started popping up in the inboxes of Department of the Interior officials. The messages accuse museums across the country of failing to deal with their massive collections of Native American bones. Those remains are there illegally, the emails allege, and should be returned to the tribes to which they belong. Show More Summary

Subway Jared And The Case Of The Abusive 'Nice Guy'

His name is Jared. Fifteen years ago, Americans welcomed the Indianapolis native into their homes and hearts, inspired by his story of dropping nearly 250 pounds on the “Subway diet.” The 20-something college graduate became the quintessential boy next door -- an affable, bespectacled, young charmer. Show More Summary

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