By Alyssa Rosenberg on January 8, 2014
If fall's new television shows bummed you out, take heart. There are terrific programs on the calendar in 2014, from 'Enlisted,' to 'Looking' and beyond.
By Bryce Covert on December 18, 2013
Native Americans have 31 percent lower odds of being employed than their white peers.
By Alyssa Rosenberg on December 17, 2013
An experiment in repatriating art means that sacred objects will return to the Hopi, rather than being dispersed into the hands of collectors.
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By Travis Waldron on November 26, 2013
Was it meant to honor, or to ease criticism of the team's name from other Native American groups?
By Travis Waldron on November 18, 2013
Alabama's McAdory High School warns its opponent, the Pinson Valley Indians, that they'll leave this football game on the "Trail of Tears."
By Carimah Townes on November 7, 2013
A chain of tanning salons in Florida and Alabama, recently promoted "sexy color" in an advertisement featuring a White woman dressed in a Native American costume.
By Bobby Kogan on November 1, 2013
Sequestration's cuts to Native American health and education break promises the country has made.
By Bryce Covert on October 29, 2013
While the unemployment rate for white workers peaked at 9.1 percent, it's still above 11 percent for Native Americans.
By Alyssa Rosenberg on October 15, 2013
Charles Krauthammer makes a compelling argument: that it's actually not very hard, and it won't cost you very much, to stop hurting other people's feelings.
By Travis Waldron on October 11, 2013
With major media attention, Native American groups are renewing their fight against imagery in sports, and highlighting the deep sociological consequences of names like "Redskins."