Showing 1 - 10 of 1540 Stories for Native Americans
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 ...
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.
Custer's Fallen Warrior In what should have been his finest season, high school star Derek Paulsen is mourned throughout South Dakota, by Native Americans and everyone else
"Native Americans deal with death differently from the way we do in our culture," Fred says. "They're a compassionate people, and basketball is ...
The Plot Starts Here ... Showtime Starts Here
How LeBron James and Chris Bosh came to join Dwyane Wade in Miami.
CLAMOR ALONG THE KLAMATH
I'm fed up with a lot of this stuff they teach in the Native American Studies programs that make the Indian out to be some sort of ecological and ...
RIGHTING A WRONG IN WHOSE HONOR? DIRECTED BY JAY ROSENSTEIN; JULY 15, 10 P.M., PBS
Rosenstein's poignant, hour-long documentary makes clear thelunacy of sports teams' appropriating Native American names andsymbols.
Abe Lemons and his poor ol' hongry farm boys
This country slicker from Cotton County recruits his lanky Chiefs with burgers and orange slush and produces strong teams that are fun to watch
He lammed past the Australian, caught Gammoudi and crossed the finish line three yards ahead. Mills is now an advocate for Native American ...
GOING ON THE OFFENSIVE
Their nickname is the Fighting Sioux, and they use it with the blessing of many Native Americans. That's not good enough for the NCAA, which ...
CHIEF WORRY PUBLIC ACTIVIST AND CELEBRITY QUARTERBACK STEVE YOUNG FACES A PRIVATE CHALLENGE: FINDING A MORMON WIFE AND STARTING A FAMILY
a nonprofit organization that helps send Native American kids to college. In conjunction with American Indian Services, Young raises money for ...