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Erasing Names Derogatory to Native Americans From U.S. Maps

5 places formerly dubbed a racist term for a Native woman have received new names.

5 Events Where Queer Love Will Reign in February

Celebrate Love is Love all month long with these LGBTQ+ events.

The Cherokee Nation Reckons With History of Slavery in New Exhibit

The Cherokee National History Museum in Tahlequah, Oklahoma, opened a new exhibit last month about the Cherokee Freedmen, the Black people once enslaved by the tribe. 

Man Who Drove SUV Into Native American Parade in New Mexico Arrested

 15 were transported to hospitals from the Gallup Inter-Tribal Ceremonial Centennial Celebration event in Gallup, New Mexico.

Five More Indigenous Experiences Everyone Should Have

5 amazing Native American destinations and Indigenous activities that are must-do.

Peru’s Enormous Ancient Line Drawings

The UNESCO World Heritage Site is under threat from a surprising source — those who want to see it.