Category Archives: Humanitarian
August 14 is National Navajo Code Talker’s Day… we remember the honor they brought to themselves, their people and their country.
The Pueblo Revolt against the Spaniards began on Aug. 10, 1680, and by September, Spanish settlements ceased to exist in the state of New Mexico.
Recently in Native News: Native Americans are continuing to receive recognition and attain success in classrooms, art exhibits, social policies and more.
As part of our annual Backpack Drive, we hope to equip more than 20,000 Native American students with the school supplies they need to feel confident in the classroom.
Amanda, a certified K-12 school counselor on the Pine Ridge Reservation knows firsthand that providing school supplies to students, such as those provided by PWNA, not only reduces stress for her students’ families but also for teaching staff.
The origin of dream catchers is hard to pinpoint, but they appear likely related to the history of two cultures: the Ojibwe and the Lakota. So, is it cultural appropriation for others to use them?
As tribal nations exercise their rights to self-govern and strengthen their economies, their sovereignty is also benefiting local nontribal communities. Depending on the tribe, as high as $.90 of every tribal dollar earned is spent in non-tribal economies.
Did you read about the Google Doodle that celebrates Native American jingle dancers? Read this and more from recent #NativeNews.
We’re taking a look at the diverse culture and history of the Hopi people — known as “the Peaceful Ones.”
June 2, 2019 was the first official Native American Day in Arizona, marking an important milestone for the 22 tribes across the state.