The Ishak built mounds tall enough to escape floods and hurricanes in southeast Texas.
Despite the United Methodist Church’s history of violence toward Indigenous people, the Dallas Indian Mission is a place of cultural exchange and community.
In an ecosystem that needs fire to flourish, the actions of the tribe could decide the future of the longleaf pine.
"News of the World" unsuccessfully tries to redeem the Western at its most harmful.
Two stories this week from our Indigenous Affairs desk dive into the thorny issue of belonging. Here’s why.
For years, candidate Marie Crabb has claimed to be Mescalero Apache. Those claims cannot be verified.
A new food documentary fails to recognize the complexities of Indigenous identity in Texas.
In Texas, a tiny staff of tribal officials field hundreds of requests each day to build 5G towers in areas of cultural and historic importance.
While coronavirus rates remain high, officials have taken unprecedented actions not found anywhere else in the state.
Thirty years after Congress passed the Native American Graves Protection and Repatriation Act, only a fraction of human remains held by Texas’ museums and universities have been returned.