Siggy Jumper’s Seminole experiences pave path to museum exhibit

BIG CYPRESS — Sigfried "Siggy" R. Second-Jumper becomes passionate and emotional when talking about his recent donations to the Ah-Tah-Thi-Ki Museum in Big Cypress.

NCAI leaders see ICWA, land issues as urgent priorities

DENVER — There are many issues on the minds of tribal members and leaders across North America that affect Indian Country. Some are more pressing


Pemayetv Emahakv Students of the Month – October

    Elementary Neilani Thompson Malielle Bonilla Claire Randolph Karagen Bone Chosin Micco Tate Matthews Macayden Sardina Rosalie Jones Jon Jones Koty Gopher-Turtle Caysie Platt Peyton Thornton Logan French Bobbi Johns Osceola Daliyah Nunez Landon French Tehya Nunez Brody Riley Bryce Trammell Kashyra Urbina Hayden Woodward Middle Keenan Jones Saniya Rodrigues Pearcetin


Native youth report places spotlight on young leaders, issues

The Center for Native American Youth (CNAY) released its unique annual report Nov. 16. CNAY is an initiative of the Washington, D.C.-based Aspen Institute. The 2018

Tampa participates in Making Strides walk

TAMPA — The Seminole Tribe and Hard Rock had a major presence at the Making Strides of Tampa Walk on Oct. 20. A group of