Senate Committee on Indian Affairs
“For more than a century, the federal government’s Indian Boarding School policies and practices sought to destroy Native languages, cultures, and identities,” said Sen. Brian Schatz (D-Hawaii).

Kristi Noem
Is South Dakota peculiar, or is the state driving a trend in anti-Indian policies, sentiments and behaviors?

H.R.7227, the Truth and Healing Commission on Indian Boarding School Policies Act of 2024
The House Committee on Education and the Workforce considers H.R.7227, the Truth and Healing Commission on Indian Boarding School Policies Act, at a markup session.

Tuma Angwu Owya
More than 30 pieces of century-old Hopi pottery, baskets, and other items are making a return visit to the their community of creation.

Theodore Roosevelt School
Teachers have been in short supply across Arizona. Nowhere is that felt more than at schools run by tribes and the federal government.

Medicine Wheel for the Planet A Journey Toward Personal and Ecological Healing
Indigenous scientists often have a foot in two worlds: modern science and the wisdom that comes from sacred and traditional knowledge.

Plains Indian Sign Language Camp
At one point in history, tribes in the Plains region developed a shared universal language.

Navajo Sheep
Join Andi Murphy for The Menu, Native America Calling’s regular feature on Native food!

Cherokee Nation
Cherokee Nation is a leader for Indian Country and the best in model in Oklahoma for how a government can uplift its citizens.

House Committee on Appropriations American Indian and Alaska Native Public Witness Hearing Day 2, Afternoon Session
Over two days of hearings, the House Committee on Appropriations heard from dozens of Indian Country leaders who testified about their funding needs.

House Committee on Appropriations American Indian and Alaska Native Public Witness Hearing Day 2, Morning Session
The House Committee on Appropriations heard from dozens of Indian Country leaders who testified about their funding needs.

Waylon DeCoteau
Native America Calling devotes this show to the Native academic stars reaching a major educational milestone.

Miguel Cardona
Following a U.S. Supreme Court decision ending affirmative action, several states are rushing to rid their higher education institutions of recruitment and inclusion programs that benefit Native students.

Cherokee Nation
Cherokee Nation leads in growing the economy, creating jobs, and improving the well-being not just for our citizens — but for all of northeast Oklahoma.

Senate Committee on Indian Affairs
The Senate Committee on Indian Affairs hosts a roundtable discussion on May 8, 2024.

Senate Committee on Indian Affairs
The Senate Committee on Indian Affairs hosts a roundtable discussion on May 8, 2024.

House Committee on Appropriations American Indian and Alaska Native Public Witness Hearing Day 1, Afternoon Session
The House Committee on Appropriations is hearing from dozens of Indian Country leaders who are testifying about their funding needs.

House Committee on Appropriations American Indian and Alaska Native Public Witness Hearing Day 1, Morning Session
The House Committee on Appropriations is hearing from dozens of Indian Country leaders who are testifying about their funding needs.

The Way Forward: Report of the Commission on Native Children
The Senate Committee on Indian Affairs is hosting a roundtable discussion on a recent federal report about Native children.

Supai Village
Join Native America Calling to discuss some of the current limits and possibilities for exerting sovereign influence over tribal airspace.

Senate Committee on Indian Affairs Business Meeting to consider S. 616, S. 2868, S. 3022, H.R. 1240, S. 2796
The Senate Committee on Indian Affairs hosts a business meeting on May 1, 2024.

Senate Committee on Indian Affairs Business Meeting to consider S. 616, S. 2868, S. 3022, H.R. 1240, S. 2796
The Senate Committee on Indian Affairs hosts a business meeting on May 1, 2024.

Cherokee Nation
We are committed to building an inclusive government where individuals with autism are supported and embraced

Chasing a whale - One With The Whale
Euchee culinary traditions, subsistence whaling in Alaska and young gardeners are on The Menu, Native America Calling’s regular feature on food sovereignty.

Chuck Hoskin
Oklahoma’s creation must be taught alongside all the grim and dark history of U.S. tribal relations.

'Native American'
AI is advancing fast, and Native experts are expressing the need for policy and legal safeguards to make sure it doesn’t trample Native values.

Choctaw Nation Advanced Technology Initiatives
Native drone pilots are building careers using drones for scoping out landscapes for construction, searching for lost hikers, and even assessing potentially sacred areas.

Nicole Mann
“The idea of being an astronaut hadn’t even entered my mind at this point,” Marine Col. Nicole Mann told college students.

Cherokee Nation
For Native peoples, maintaining our language is synonymous with sustaining our identity and our very way of life.

Caddo Nation
Join Native America Calling to speak with two passionate Native language scholars about the dedication it takes to make a difference.

Saginaw Chippewa Tribe
We are First Nations historians and professors working in Canada. Our communities are also impacted by the loss of cultural patrimony to museums in the U.S. and the laws covering repatriation.

Tohono O’odham Nation
In a vibrant building adorned with murals on the grounds of Tohono O’odham Community College, students gather in a classroom around a U-shaped table.

Basketball
The Department of Education has opened a civil rights investigation into the treatment of Native athletes at public schools in North Dakota.

'Stop Bullying'
About one out of every six high school students report being bullied, according to data from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention

Navajo Preparatory School Eagles
It’s basketball tournament time and Native America Calling is talking free throws, three-pointers and trophies.

Owasso, Oklahoma
In our collective efforts, we will continue to advocate for the safety and well-being of all Native children.

We will not only nurture talent but also secure a brighter future for the Cherokee Nation.

Fajada Butte
Tribes maintain schedules for harvests, ceremonies, family and feasts. How does the concept of time factor in?

Tommy Orange
In his new novel, Tommy Orange weaves together the complex history of the Indian boarding school era as witnessed by the ancestors to the characters in his best-selling debut.

Katie Hobbs
Arizona officials said they have been given federal approval to expand income eligibility for KidsCare, a change that could add 10,000 children to the low-cost health care program.