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Shadow Of A Nation
The Crows, once proud warriors, now seek glory—but often find tragedy—in basketball
The Indian Wars The campaign against Indian nicknames and mascots presumes that they offend Native Americans--but do they? We took a poll, and you won't believe the results
Because Mills's father and mother werethree-quarters and one-quarter Native American, respectively, hegrew up being called half-breed until ...
Polls Apart SI polled Native Americans and sports fans in general on the use of Indian nicknames, and got some surprising answers
Although most Native American activists and tribal leaders consider Indian team names and mascots offensive, neither Native Americans in ...
A High Kind of Low Life
The ebullient man at left setting all those celebrities at ease is George Low, an ever-present but still mysterious figure on the pro golf tour who has conquered two of life's sterner challenges—how to survive lavishly without working and how to putt
Phil Jackson may invoke Sioux lore and zen mysticism in coaching Michael Jordan & Co., but the real message: Play smart basketball
Soul on Ice
A growing number of black players are making their mark in a league that until recently has been known for its insensitivity.
Out on a Limb
His parents hoped Casey Martin would lead a normal life. Instead he’s living an extraordinary one.
PRIDE OF A NATION
For the Iroquois, the only Native Americans who compete internationally as a sovereign people, lacrosse is more than a sport. It's a centerpiece ...
The Great Ones
Wayne Gretzky's handpicked team gave Canada the gold it craved in a tournament that showcased hockey at its best
Hoops Dream The LAKOTA NATION INVITATIONAL honors the sports passion and culture of American Indians
Maybe on the basketball floor, maybe in the classroom, maybe for a job. This tournament is about making our kids proud to be Native American.