Sherwin Bitsui ~ Navajo

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Sherwin Bitsui is originally from Baaʼoogeedí (White Cone, Arizona), on the Navajo Nation. Currently, he lives in Tucson, Arizona.

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Charles Albert “Chief” Bender ~ Ojibwa

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Charles Albert “Chief” Bender (May 5, 1884 – May 22, 1954) was a pitcher in Major League Baseball during the first two decades of the 20th century.

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Bill Anoatubby ~ Chickasaw

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Bill Anoatubby (born November 8, 1945) is the Governor of the Chickasaw Nation, a position he has held since 1987.

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George Bent ~ Cheyenne

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George Bent, also named Ho–my-ike in Cheyenne (1843 – May 19, 1918), was a Cheyenne-American who became a Confederate soldier

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Fred Begay ~ Navajo

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Fred Begay (born July 2,1932, died April 30, 2013), aka Fred Young or Clever Fox, is a Native American nuclear physicist.

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Aug 31, Mayan Storytelling and More Comes to National Museum of the American Indian

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WASHINGTON The National Museum of the American Indian in the nations capital has released its schedule for the month of September. If you will be in Washington on any of

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Jim Weaver McKown Barnes ~ Choctaw

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Jim Weaver McKown Barnes ~ Choctaw

Jim Weaver McKown Barnes, of Choctaw and Welsh descent, was born near Summerfield, Oklahoma (in LeFlore County).

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Jimmy Santiago Baca ~ Apache

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Jimmy Santiago Baca (born 2 January 1952, Santa Fe, New Mexico) of Apache and Chicano descent is an American poet and writer.

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Aug 31, Android Navajo Keyboard App Now Available – Native Currents – NativeNewsNetwork

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FLAGSTAFF, ARIZONA Continuing their success of the Navajo keyboard released last November for the Apple products, the staff of Native Innovation Inc. having

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Aug 31, NASA Seeks to Stimulate Interest in Science by Taking Space Museum to Crownpoint

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CROWNPOINT, NEW MEXICO NASA will be bringing the Traveling Space Museum to Navajo Technical University on September 18 to stimulate an interest in science for

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Native Americans in popular culture

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The portrayal of Native Americans in popular culture has traditionally oscillated between the fascination with the noble savage

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Aug 31, Native News Network-Native American News, Analysis, Opinion by American Indians

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Native Americans deserve accurate coverage, portraying who we are and what is happening in Indian country. The Native News Network intends to become the premier American Indian website community

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Aug 31, Womens Day of Peace March Leaves Pine Ridge for White Clay – Native News Network

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PINE RIDGE INDIAN RESERVATION Women of Oglala Lakota Nation and other supporters will march today, August 31, from the four way stop sign in Pine Ridge, South Dakota to

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Aug 31, Signs Message is Simple-but Looms Large Among American Indians-NativeNewsNetwork

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The sign simply reads Native Children Belong with Native Families. It was among several signs outside the state Capitol last Saturday in Columbia, South Carolina

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I Got Tear-Gassed by Ronald Reagan

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Two-Spirit Society To Host 25th International Gathering in New York

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The NorthEast Two-Spirit Society (NE2SS) will host the 25th International Two-Spirit Gathering, September 18 to 23 at Camp deWolfe in Wading River, New York….

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Cherokee Nation’s Project 320K Gives Natives a Voice in Elections

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One vote in an election can go a long way. What would 320,000 votes do?…

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Ronald Reagan Gassed Me

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Cherokee Nation’s Project 320K Looks to Shift the Election Landscape

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One vote in an election can go a long way. What would 320,000 votes do?…

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Aug 30, Dusten Brown Asks Oklahoma State Supreme Court to Stop Lower Court Action

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NOWATA, OKLAHOMA The Native News Network has learned that Cherokee citizen Dusten Brown has filed a Writ of Prohibition with the Oklahoma State Supreme Court

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#nativepride

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#nativepride

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Attakullakulla ~ Cherokee

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Attakullakulla or Atagulkalu (Cherokee, Ata-gul’ kalu, meaning Little Carpenter)(c1708–c1777)

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William Apes ~ Pequot Nation

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William Apess (1798–1839), also known as William Apes before 1836-1837, was an ordained Methodist minister, writer

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Oklevueha Native American Church

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Oklevueha Native American Church (ONAC) is a United States federally recognized indigenous American Native Earth Based Healing and Empowerment Church.

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Aug 30, Cherokee Dusten Brown and Family Seek Prayers for Justice – Native News Network

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NOWATA, OKLAHOMA Cherokee Dusten Brown and his wife were back in an Oklahoma courtroom on Friday morning, August 30, as their fight to keep Veronica continues

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