The ceremonies Monday came two years after President Joe Biden officially commemorated the day honoring "America's first inhabitants and the Tribal Nations that continue to thrive today."
The flag of the Muscogee Nation of Oklahoma now flies atop Macon’s City Hall.
Hundreds of indigenous people disinterred by archaeologists at the historic Etowah Mounds in Northwest Georgia will be returned to their descendants with the cooperation of the Georgia Department of Natural Resources.
The "Man of the Hole" lived in isolation and resisted contact for decades after the rest of his tribe was massacred. His death precedes Brazil's elections, where Indigenous rights are on the ballot.
Pope Francis is expected to apologize for generations of abuse and cultural suppression at Catholic residential schools across Canada. Thousands of children died from disease, fire and other causes.
Hodder Education, the publisher of the textbook, said it was removing the book from sale and would conduct a review of the content.
The Queensland government agreed to return more than 160,000 hectares of land, including the historic Daintree National Park, to the Eastern Kuku Yalanji community.
When COVID-19 hit, cartographer Carlos Doviaza wanted to help his "brothers" — members of the indigenous community. He decided to help by doing what he does best: making maps.
The ride's negative depictions of Indigenous people will be removed as part of a national reckoning on race and reconciliation.
Could earlier access to the vaccine for some groups, like Native Americans, be a form of reparations for historical injustice?