The “Killers of the Flower Moon” star encouraged fans to "look at one of the teams playing" ahead of the Super Bowl.
The exhibits are from an era when museums "did not respect the values, perspectives, and indeed shared humanity of Indigenous peoples," the museum's president said.
The "Killers of the Flower Moon" star has Blackfeet and Nez Perce heritage and grew up on a Native American reservation until she was 10.
Director Charles Sams wants visitors to the nation’s 428 park sites to learn about modern tribal governments, “regardless of the bad, the ugly or the good.”
“We’ll make a difference in 2024,” said the Minnesota lieutenant governor, the new chair of the Democratic Lieutenant Governors Association.
Some tribe members appreciate the tribute but others point out the numerous cultural errors, including a language symbol that translates to “Chicken,” rather than “Cherokee.”
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For years, Native American tribes have been allowed to issue license plates. Now the state is saying that’s tax evasion.
“I do believe the ancestors speak through us, if you allow them to,” says Indigenous playwright Mary Kathryn Nagle.
The opioid crisis has plagued the U.S. for almost a decade — and for vulnerable populations such as Native Americans, the devastation goes largely ignored.