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Check out some of April’s standout headlines, including the Native women crisis, a new Indigenous Peoples play, the discovery of an ancient Native cave inscription and a forgotten Native hero.
Stay up to date on what’s happening in tribal communities throughout the U.S. Follow us on Facebook, Twitter and LinkedIn and read the latest headlines.
Stay informed of the news and culture in Native American communities, with our favorite stories from the month of February.
Read our favorite stories from January… the Indigenous Peoples March in D.C., the Oklahoma museum exhibit honoring Native American veterans, and Bismarck students wearing eagle feathers at their high school graduation.
As we ring in the New Year, PWNA is taking a moment to share our readers’ favorite blog posts of 2018.
Enjoy our Native American Holiday Video with lyrics sung in Navajo by Jana Mashonee, Lumbee / Tuscorora and nine-time winner of the Native American Music Awards (NAMI).
Catch up on the latest news and culture in Native American communities across the country. We’ve compiled our favorite stories from the month of November, also American Indian Heritage Month.
Native Americans inspired modern-day democracy and built a pyramid larger than the Egyptian pyramids. To learn more, watch this PBS docuseries about the remarkable enduring civilizations of indigenous people pre-Columbus,
…the emergence of so many Native American women running for office has seemed to come out of the blue, it is in many ways the result of seeds planted over the past decade at the community and regional levels. ‘The narrative had been that Native Americans were gone, that we’re invisible, that we’re part of history… Well, we’ve been here all along trying to be seen…”
Enjoy some of the most interesting Native American news from September, on Native American Day, 40 Under 40, a Native artist, and economic development.