Posts under: Native American History

Medicine Wheel: Comparison In Life

Note: this article is about the Native American Medicine Wheel symbol, color and design as opposed to the physical structure known as the Medicine Wheel that is visible as architecture across North America. Universal truths can be found in this paper of information that is shared and accepted in not...

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Here Are the 10 States With the Biggest Native American Populations

Rep. Deb Haaland, a member of the Laguna Pueblo in New Mexico, will become the first Indigenous cabinet secretary in the U.S., which would put her in charge of nearly 86,000 square miles of tribal land. The move signals a significant step forward for the country’s Native American population, which...

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Kamala Harris Isn’t the First Person of Color to Become U.S. Vice President

After being sworn in as U.S. Vice President, Sen. Kamala Harris made history as the first woman, first African-American, and first person of South Asian descent to ascend to the position. But did you know Harris isn't actually the first person of color to become “veep?” That distinction belongs to...

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Native Americans Featured at the Virtual Inauguration Ceremony

Shortly after Joseph R. Biden was sworn in as the 46th President of the United States of America, several Native American groups and individuals represented at the virtual “Parade Across America,” which featured performances by entertainers and organizations from around the country. First, six members of Native American Women Warriors,...

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Google Honors Elizabeth Peratrovich

If you're lucky enough to have a Doodle illustration and an article of yourself on Google, chances are you're doing something right. Not just anyone can get a caricature of themselves on the world's most visited site. So who is this great woman who inspired the Dec 30, 2020, Google...

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Free Email Series: What to Expect at Your First Pow Wow