America Is Still Afraid of Heavy Metal
Two Native American metalheads were kicked off a campus tour last week by a white woman who feared their brown skin and black T-shirts. That fear is nothing new.
The Trump Administration Is Waiving 25 Laws to Build a New Bit of 'Wall'
To expand some fencing in New Mexico, the government will need to brush aside a bunch of environmental and land use regulations.
The California Tribe the Government Tried to Erase in the 60s
The Nisenan tribe of the California Central Valley are fighting to regain recognition from the federal government.
Avery L. White
Do We All See the Man Holding an iPhone in This 1937 Painting?
Wait for it.
After Finding Oil, These Native Americans Were Murdered
The Osage people became famously rich with oil money in the 1920s. Then they started turning up dead.
Superheroes Battle Old Stereotypes at the First-Ever Native American Comic Con
The recent event represents the growth of the subcultural vanguard of indigenous-created media that's slowly working its way into the comic industry.
native american cuisine
How to Decolonise Thanksgiving Dinner
We reached out to chef Nephi Craig, a member of the White Mountain Apache tribe. It starts with identifying foods that are indigenous to the Americas and asking yourself, "What do these ingredients mean to me?”
Protesters at Standing Rock Don’t Care Winter Is Coming
Even as the temperature drops and inhabitants of the Standing Rock camp winterize their teepees and tents, they say that they won't be leaving, and that there's no place in world they'd rather be.
Cole Kazdin and Duy Linh Tu
How the US Government Reached Out to Native Americans in the Wake of the Dakota Pipeline Fight
Intent on preventing another PR disaster, the government held a meeting with tribes in Phoenix.
Native Art Biennial Spotlights the Work of Indigenous Americans
Montreal’s Contemporary Native Art Biennial showcases works by more than 25 artists.
The Crown and Spectre Issue
War in Weed Country
Native Americans in California are outlawing marijuana in order to save the environment – and themselves.
Pearl Jam’s Bassist Has Personally Funded More Than a Dozen Skateboard Parks in the Midwest
Jeff Ament has used his fame and success to help build skateparks all over Montana and South Dakota, many on Native American reservations.