Maryland does not display Native American COVID-19 data

Without public-facing numbers of COVID-19 cases and deaths, it is a mystery how many Native people in Maryland are impacted — and how many resources should be allocated to help.

In Washington, indigenous peoples march against injustices

WASHINGTON – Amid clouds of ceremonial smudging smoke, hundreds gathered Friday for the first Indigenous Peoples March to raise awareness of injustices affecting native people worldwide and focused on missing or murdered Native American women. Organized by the Indigenous Peoples…

What’s In A Name: The Washington Professional Football Team

What’s in a name? A look at the Washington NFL team and the controversy surrounding its mascot.

Country Faces Shortage of Mental Health Professionals, Experts Tell Congress

Experts, Senate concerned by lack of psychiatrists, psychologists, social workers to treat the mentally ill.

Delegate Pushes for Statewide Native American Heritage Month

Delegate Peter Murphy, D-Charles, introduced a bill that would make November Native American Heritage Month in Maryland. The month is already recognized at the federal level.

Redskins Name Roundly Criticized as Racist during Smithsonian Event

The Washington Redskins team name was lambasted as “racist” and “demeaning” during a daylong symposium at the Smithsonian’s National Museum of the American Indian.