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Indigenous

Original NAM content, youth media stories, and ethnic media articles on America's indigenous communities. For more information on NAM's coverage of indigenous populations, contact Donal Brown at dbrown [at] newamericamedia [dot] org.

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Census: Masking Identities or Counting the Indigenous Among Us?

New America Media, Commentary, Roberto Dr. Cintli Rodriguez Mar 04, 2010

It was when I first stood atop the Pyramid of the Sun in Teotihuacan, Mexico in 1976 that I was finally able to grasp something my parents first communicated to me when I was five years old; that my roots on this continent are not simply Mexican, but both ancient and Indigenous.

Marrying into the Tribe

New America Media, Commentary, Connie J. Davis Feb 28, 2010

A white woman who fell in love with a Hupa man moved onto the reservation and has lived as an honorary member of the American Indian tribe ever since.

Census Reaches Out to American Indians, But Gaps Remain

New America Media, News Report, Video, Written by Jacob Simas // Video by Mike Siv, Odette Keeley and Jacob Simas Feb 27, 2010

The Census Bureau has poured an unprecedented amount of money and time into reaching out to American Indians, but some Native Americans say the national ad campaign targeting their communities is too generic.

SNOW

Record Snowfalls Batter Indian Country

New America Media, News Report, R.M. Arrieta Feb 10, 2010

Reservations across the northern plains, specifically in South Dakota and Nebraska and in the Big Mountain region of Black Mesa in Arizona are fortifying themselves after enduring several weeks of snowstorms with little or no heat, water or food, and impassable roads.

climate change

Rising Seas and Extreme Weather: Communities in Harms Way Want U.S. to Act Now

New America Media, Commentary, Staff Feb 10, 2010

For many ethnic Americans whose family members are at the frontlines of global warming back in their home countries, climate change is a life-and-death issue.

New America Now: Ethnic Media Watch, Native American Census, Formosa Betrayed

New America Now, Audio, Feb 05, 2010

Media monitors from across the country share the ethnic news stories that caught their attention, counting the Native American population in the 2010 Census is proving difficult, and Formosa Betrayed is a new film featuring the unique cultural perspective of Taiwan.

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