A meaningful piece of history has been officially restored to the Seneca Nation’s ownership.
Nation leaders welcomed officials from the New York State Museum to Salamanca on January 9, 2020 to announce that a pipe tomahawk originally given to the respected Seneca leader and diplomat Cornplanter Continue reading
Threatened plant, the San Francisco Ragwort, which grows no where else in the World except on the San Francisco Peaks is in the way of Arizona Snowbowl’s new gondola style lift Continue reading
DENVER — The American Indian College Fund, with generous support from the Andrew Mellon Foundation, is publishing an invaluable tool for Native American high school students seeking higher education. Native Pathways: A College-Going Guidebook provides content related to how to get into college, Continue reading
In the Anishinaabe Migration Story, alcohol is the last and most evil of the four evil gifts that Short Bear Ribs brought home from his trip back east, where he met two ugly, smelly “red-face bear men.” who had built a square wigwam made of tree-trunks. Continue reading
New York, NY – On April 24, 2019 Janene Yazzie (Diné) called for clemency for political prisoner Leonard Peltier at the annual United Nations Permanent Forum on Indigenous Issues. Continue reading