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Thanksgiving, More than a Meal

PWNA provides Native Americans with Thanksgiving meals and opportunities for positive change in their communities.

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Native Americans Giving Back: Graham Greene

Not every Native American is sought out for Indian roles, mainstream movie roles and cable TV roles, or recognized for all and awarded for most, but here’s one who is: Graham Greene. Born in 1952 on Six Nations reserve #40 in Oshweken, Ontario, Canada, Graham Greene is Oneida. His reservation, formally known as the Six Nations […]

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Eastern Tribes

The Indian. What or who is that? Well, when I ask myself this question, the answer is easy. Me. I’m laughing, but seriously… As an almost full blood Sisseton Wahpeton Dakota, with a rich family history that runs from the Dakota War of 1862, to the Pike Expedition, to the War of 1812 when my grandfathers fought for […]

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#Giving Tuesday: It’s Not Too Late!

On #GivingTuesday, consider giving to the Native American people who have given so much to our country.

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#GivingTuesday

On #GivingTuesday, consider giving to the Native American people who have given so much to our country.

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The First Thanksgiving, The Last of Its Kind

It’s nearly 5:00pm. Outside the setting sun reminds me that autumn is here and winter is coming. Each day seems to grow shorter, sometimes colder, and somewhat lonelier. Yet, I remain excited to know that with the season comes end of the year holidays. Despite the meaning, purpose, or history of the upcoming holidays, I’m […]

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Why Can’t They Move on?

Vince Two Eagles give his perspective on Native American history and why Indian people may not have moved on.

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Thanksgiving, a Tradition for Virginia Tribes

The Mattaponi and Pamunkey tribes of Virginia are two of the oldest tribes in the United States that mark Thanksgiving with the giving of food.

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Giving Thanks Daily

The Native Americans gave thanks daily not just once a year.

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