Native Americans Keep Grasslands Traditions Alive With DanceFor hundreds of years Native Americans have expressed themselves through clothing and dance.
Dances Tell Important Stories At Denver March Pow-WowMore than 1,000 dancers from over 100 different Native American tribes come to the Denver Coliseum at this time every year to bring a lesson in diversity.
Sand Creek Massacre Healing Run Marks 152 YearsDescendants of Native Americans killed in the Sand Creek massacre are making their annual healing run from Colorado's Eastern Plains to Denver as they mark the 152nd anniversary of the attack.
'It Hit Us Hard': Navajo Nation In New Mexico Still Suffering From Mine SpillShiprock, a volcanic plume frozen in time, is sacred to the Navajo people who live there. So too is the water that flows through this land. Last August that water, which brings life, brought trouble.
Colorado Schools With Native American Mascots To Meet With TribesGov. John Hickenlooper is putting pressure on schools that have mascots that could be considered offensive to Native Americans.
Rep. DeGette Unveils Legislation To Tackle The Diabetes 'Epidemic'The number of Coloradans being diagnosed with diabetes has doubled in the last 20 years, and minority communities are especially at risk. Now Congress might take action.
Tense Moment During Debate Over Native American Mascots At CapitolColorado lawmakers have advanced legislation to prohibit the use of Native American mascots at schools unless tribes give permission.
Bill Would Require Schools Get Permission From Native Americans For Team NamesThe Legislature will consider a bill on Monday that would pull state funding from Colorado schools using Native American mascots.
Legislation Would Deny Funding To Schools With Unauthorized Native American MascotsSchools that use nicknames based on Native American names or imagery must seek tribes' permission or lose funding under a bill proposed by a Colorado lawmaker.
Keidel: Hail On The RedskinsUncle Sam dipped his beak in the NFL waters this week, making a statement about football's most controversial franchise
Champ Bailey: Snyder Makes Redskins' Name Controversy Worse Redskins’ owner Daniel Snyder does not want to change the team’s name, but we can now add Champ Baily to the list of people that do.
Colorado Tuition Bill For Native Americans AdvancesA Colorado proposal to provide in-state tuition to many Native Americans is advancing the state legislature.