Christian Bale and Rosamund Pike star in the recently released Western film “Hostiles”. The movie details a U.S. Cavalry officer who is forced to escort an ailing Cheyenne war chief and his family back to their homeland in Montana in the late 1800s. Along their journey, they discover a lone woman whose family was brutally [ Read On… ]

The bones of a baby girl found in Alaska were dated by archaeologists to be an astounding 11,500 years old. Even more amazing is that further analysis revealed this tiny Native American child was not related to any Indian tribe existing in the New World today. What the find means is that there was once [ Read On… ]

The non-profit Indian Pueblo Cultural Center in Albuquerque is currently hosting the 38th Annual Native American Student Art Show. The two-month-long exhibition showcases the finest Native art from Pueblo students across New Mexico. Submissions are open to Pueblo students from kindergarten to 12th grade, and awards based on age and medium are given by a [ Read On… ]

Navajo Nation Council Delegate Amber Kanazbah Crotty blasted President Trump following a November 27th White House ceremony honoring Navajo code talkers. The three elderly Navajos being honored had assisted the U.S. Marine Corp. in developing a secret code during World War II that saved countless lives. Their exploits were memorialized in the 2002 movie Windtalkers. [ Read On… ]

Native Americans have a long and difficult history with the United States government. All too often, Native Americans have been pushed aside, abused, and put through terrible pain all for the advancement of some cause that mattered to the government of the United States. The President using a racially insensitive slur at an event meant [ 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… ]

In April of this year, the Nebraska Liquor Control Board finally did what lawmakers, politicians and sheriffs had been threatening to do since 1880, they revoked the beer sales licenses of the four liquor stores in Whiteclay, Nebraska, effectively ending the ability of Natives from the nearby Pine Ridge Oglala Sioux reservation to easily access [ Read On… ]

The Pine Ridge Oglala Sioux Reservation was established in the 1870s. At that time, the Oglala were a formidable people, ruling over the Northern Plains region in ways that modern Americans would find almost impossible to comprehend.   In stark contrast to the modern portrayal of Plains Indians as downtrodden victims of racism or other [ Read On… ]