The Kiowa Women Warriors are the first all-women Kiowa color guard-and the first to wear feathered war bonnets, a tradition long reserved for men.
An artist creates a legacy of vivid works with colors that propel images across canvases.
Commemorating Those Who Serve: Celebrating the Long-Awaited Dedication of the National Native American Veterans Memorial
The U.S. government took land from the Oglala Lakota people in South Dakota for a World War II bombing range. Eight decades later, this tribe is still left with the perilous task of cleaning it up.
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Courts are adopting Native negotiation methods to avoid antagonistic lawsuits.
U.S. Navy names a ship after Alaska Native veteran Solomon Atkinson, one of the first Navy SEALs.
Tribal nations are leading the way to self-representation in museums.
On Veterans Day 2022, more than 1,700 veterans marched with their Indigenous community and family members in a procession prior to the dedication of the National Native American Veterans Memorial at the National Museum of the American Indian in Washington, D.C.