Yurok Chief Justice Abby Abinanti and Quechan Chief Justice Claudette White will be featured next month in “Tribal Justice” a new PBS documentary. In 1974, Abinanti became the first Native American woman to be admitted as a member of the State Bar of California, while White is the highest-ranking justice in the tribal courts of [ Read On… ]

On June 22, 2017, the United States Department of the Interior announced that grizzly bears within Yellowstone National Park will no longer be protected. This move has angered Native American leaders across seven states who say that the grizzly bears are an important religious symbol to them. Therefore, they believe that the bears should continue [ Read On… ]

This is the second year that the Aztec Ruins National Monument in Farmington will offer the American Indian Cultural Arts Festival to highlight local Native American art. According to the Aztec Ruins Park Ranger, Cyresa Bloom, there will be 14 prominent Native American artists from across the Southwest region showing their works at the monument. [ Read On… ]

The legalization in most states of medical marijuana has caused a fear of high taxation and tax problems with the federal government. The Native Americans may have found a way around the problems. The big business of gambling has already caused changes to the Native American culture and marijuana may be next. In 1988 the [ Read On… ]

Wolf; From 19 February to 20 March Native American wolf zodiac personality characterized by its sensitivity and passion, perfectly both in the physical and spiritual sense,since it is the family that is the wolf’s essence and the reason for its existence. Wolf understands the needs of others and is perfectly capable of creating what is [ Read On… ]

During the 19th Century Christian missionary workers were often in most frequent contact with the indigenous peoples of America. In the process of interacting with Native American tribes missionaries came into possession of significant collections of Indian cultural artifacts. The items included objects such as wampum belts, peace pipes, headdresses, beaded ceremonial garments and much [ Read On… ]

Native American culture has closely been associated with nature. Many dyes used to color cloths were made from plants. Metropolitan Museum of Art, most well-known museum in New York city. is displaying native American art. The art museum already has featured portraits Early American leaders, Tiffany chandeliers, chairs designed by Frank Lloyd Wright, Paul Revert [ Read On… ]

With the nation’s healthcare system in crisis, more people are looking to natural and traditional sources of healing. On that front, the Native American community has a lot to offer. Over thousands of years Native Americans lived closely with nature and identified a tremendous variety of plants that treat all kinds of illnesses, from diabetes [ Read On… ]

The Pine Ridge Oglala Sioux reservation is among the oldest and largest in the entire country. Established in the 1870s, the reservation has a storied past and formed a crucial part of U.S. history. Once home to some of the greatest names of the Old West, such as Sitting Bull and Crazy Horse, today, the [ Read On… ]