Author Archives: Tristan Picotte
Dealing with policies such as federal recognition has been said to be degrading. “The disregard of such tribes seems like the cause of their “disappearance” in today’s age.
Honoring Native warriors and veterans has always been a part of indigenous culture…. ever reminds us of the valor and bravery and their many sacrifices.
Some 40 million Americans are hindered by inadequate reading and literacy skills. PWNA is doing its part to encourage adult-child reading time and literacy development of youth in reservation communities.
Many cultures encounter this challenge: How do we practice our culture in a society that demands a large portion of our time outside of that culture? How do we connect our culture to our daily lives?
Partnership With Native Americans and Reservation Animal Rescue reeived recognition from BlogPaws at their annual conference, which this year was held in Phoenix, Arizona.
While the bison may never again number the masses they once did, their population growth over the last 100 years is a testament to their resiliency and place in history as the United States National Mammal.
The American Indian Alaska Native Tourism Association and the National Park service unveiled a new guidebook to accurately inform travelers and tourists about tribes along the historic Route 66.