Domestic Violence: Every Ending Has a Beginning, and That’s a Good Place to Start Healing

Written by at November 23, 2014

Note from the writer: Statistics on violence against women, specifically domestic violence, pack a powerful punch.

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10 Early Warning Signs of Domestic Violence

Written by at November 23, 2014

How do you know if you are in an abusive relationship—or headed down that certain path? Trust your instincts.

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The Ring of Truth: Turning Stone Is Becoming a Mecca for Boxing

Written by at November 23, 2014

ShoBox: The New Generation has been creating world champion boxers for the past 10 years, and on July 25 the show aired its 200th episode live from Turning Stone Resort Casino i…

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Ponka-We Victors: NMAI’s Meet Native America Series

Written by at November 23, 2014

In the interview series Meet Native America, the Smithsonian National Museu…

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National Center, DOE Partner in Minorities in Energy Initiative

Written by at November 23, 2014

The National Center for American Indian Enterprise Development (The National Center) entered into a Memorandum of Understanding with the Department of Energy (DOE) to be a partn…

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Cherokee Indian Holidays

Written by at November 22, 2014

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Cherokee Indians celebrate each new moon in a specific manner in accordance with their religious beliefs.

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Cherokee Indians Diet & Food History

Written by at November 22, 2014

Cherokee Indians Diet & Food History

The Cherokee Indian tribe was forcibly moved to Oklahoma along the infamous Trail of Tears in the 1800s.

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Native Plants in the Cordilleras Creek

Written by at November 22, 2014

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The native plants that exist today along the Cordilleras Creek, in Redwood City, California

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The Seven Cherokee Clans

Written by at November 22, 2014

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Family kinship ties in the Cherokee tribe are determined by the mother’s clan.

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Cherokee Ceremonies and Ceremonial Objects

Written by at November 22, 2014

Cherokee Ceremonies and Ceremonial Objects

The Cherokee don’t have pipe carriers or pipe holders as do the Lakota or other Plains Indians

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Last Free Tribes in Kansas

Written by at November 22, 2014

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Ten different indian tribes populated the area we now call Kansas at various times.

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Indian Wood Carving

Written by at November 22, 2014

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Wood carving is a vigorous Cherokee Indian craft. Its styles have been shaped over time by White mountain carvers

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Native American Dance Fan

Written by at November 22, 2014

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Native Americans made dance fans from natural materials to use in their ceremonies.

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Most all Nations have stories about the ‘Sacred Pipe’….

Written by at November 22, 2014

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Most all Nations have stories about the ‘Sacred Pipe’. The #SacredPipe is to the Native Americans as the cross is to christian cultures. http://bit.ly/11xjlsW

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Happy Friday! Photo by A. Golden.

Written by at November 22, 2014

Happy Friday! Photo by A. Golden.



Happy Friday! Photo by A. Golden.

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Explore some of the best recipes of Native American dishes….

Written by at November 22, 2014

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Explore some of the best recipes of Native American dishes. Enjoy!! http://bit.ly/1hwDfZT

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Step by Step to Your American Indian Ancestry…

Written by at November 22, 2014

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Step by Step to Your American Indian Ancestry for #NativeNovember http://bit.ly/16UK2tP [Photo by Aaron Reed]

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Muslims and Christians Fight Over Which Was Discovered First

Written by at November 22, 2014

When Cherokee cowboy Will Rogers said his relatives did not come over on the Mayflower but “we met the boat,” he did not imagine that Europeans and Asians or Christians and Musl…

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Ho-Chunk Gaming Wisconsin Enters Sponsorship With Minnesota Swarm

Written by at November 22, 2014

The National Lacrosse League’s (NLL) Minnesota Swarm announced a three-year partnership with Ho-Chunk Gaming Wisconsin that will make the Wisconsin-based casino chain a sponsor…

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The Game-Changers: Top Gaming Vendors Target Social Media and Acquisitions

Written by at November 22, 2014

The top American Indian gaming vendors are rapidly expanding into the new markets developing in mobile and social media…

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Video: Cherokee Elder Johnny Sanders Talks of ‘Old-Time Indians’

Written by at November 22, 2014

We can learn a lot from our Elders….

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Pokagon Band of Potawatomi Indians Opens Historic New Health Center

Written by at November 22, 2014

Health promotion, diagnosis and care, and in a culturally appropriate setting, are the most prominent features of the new health center opened by the Pokagon Band of Potawatomi…

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Rosebud Leader on Keystone: ‘Test Us – You’ll See an Indian Uprising’

Written by at November 22, 2014

It’s not often that you see moments of genuine human drama in the Senate or get a glimpse of the imperial mindset of America’s political elite….

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Indian Headband Napkin Holder

Written by at November 21, 2014

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These Indian headband napkin rings are wonderful Thanksgiving crafts for children to make.

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Native American Ball and Triangle Game

Written by at November 21, 2014

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Native American children created their own means of entertainment like this Native American Ball and Triangle Game

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