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July-August 2014

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How Lacrosse Came to the Haudenosaunee

How Lacrosse Came to the Haudenosaunee

The story of the Creator’s game is told through an award-winning cradleboard.

Beyond the Protest

Beyond the Protest

A tipi gift from the Cowboy Indian Alliance lives on at the National Mall.

Iroquois Nationals: Taking One for the Team

The Iroquois Nationals -- the only Native team sanctioned to play in any sport internationally -- reflect on the 2010 passport dispute that kept them from competing that year on the world stage.

6 Urban Natives in the Arts

6 Urban Natives in the Arts

As more and more Natives move to cities, artists urge merging identities and reject the ‘urban’ label

'Never Alone' in the Arctic

'Never Alone' in the Arctic

A video game tells the stories of the Inupiaq.

Remembering Billy Frank

Remembering Billy Frank

The work of the Nisqually tribal treaty rights advocate led to long-lasting policy changes.

Erdrich Wins O. Henry Prize

Erdrich Wins O. Henry Prize

The Ojibwe novelist wins the short fiction award for her story "Nero," which appeared in The New Yorker.

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