Indigenous Peoples’ Day

Indigenous Peoples’ Day

By Lauren Claggett, age 12  Most U.S. citizens have heard of Columbus Day, which is observed every year on the second Monday of October. The holiday was named after Christopher Columbus, who claimed to have found the “new world.” Although this holiday is very well...
Dakota Access Pipeline Given a Glimmer of Hope

Dakota Access Pipeline Given a Glimmer of Hope

By August Kaiser, age 10 and IndyKids Staff The Dakota Access Pipeline has been operational since May 2017, but now a federal court has ordered the U.S Army Corps of Engineers to do a full environmental review. In response to a petition to nullify federal permits,...
An Indigenous Peoples’ History for Young People

An Indigenous Peoples’ History for Young People

By: August Kaiser Age, 11 and Indykids staff Kids aren’t always being taught the truth about Native American history, and historian Roxanne Dunbar-Ortiz wants this to change, so she encourages them to learn about history from resources produced by Native...