The Cleveland Indians, Atlanta Braves, Washington Redskins, Chicago Blackhawks ... many professional sports teams are named after Native Americans in some form or another.Read More »
To the outside observer, the US Highway 26 project was innocuous, if a bit of a traffic impediment. The 2008 construction project, intended to widen a dangerously narrow 1.5 mile section of the Mt. Hood highway in Oregon, would provide improved passage for cars turning left.
Hereditary Chief Wilbur Slockish, however, says the project has destroyed his freedom of religion, and is suing for damages.Read More »
On June 1 One Peace, Many Paths will host a free showing of "Two Rivers", the award-winning documentary previously shown on PBS.
“Two Rivers” documents the true story of a Native American Reconciliation group that began in a couple’s home in Northern Washington State.Read More »
It may come as quite a shock to discover that in a country which prides itself on claims of religious freedom for all, that basic freedom was denied to the very people who inhabited North America first: the American Indian.Read More »