Today, catch up on some of the stories we’re following from Indian Country. As the death toll from COVID-19 in the United States nears the 1 million mark, members of the Choctaw tribe are trying to cope with its devastation, learn how a study found large humanoid figures carved on the ceiling of an Alabama cave more than 1,000 years ago, and more in this week’s News You Can Use from all over Indian Country!
Native Americans have lost the guardians of tradition to COVID. Now the younger generation is taking the reins
Lakota gardening initiative becomes oasis in multi-county food desert in South Dakota
Say Her Name: Hanna Harris’ Murder is Why We Remember Our Missing and Murdered Indigenous People on May 5
Confronting the Erasure of Native Americans in Early American Towns and Cities
Colin Calloway's book explores the presence of Native Americans in early American towns and cities, demolishing the longstanding myth that they vanished with the wilderness and highlighting indigenous critiques of the settler society.