'Squaw' Dropped From Name Of Popular Sierra Ski Resort; Played Host To 1960 Winter OlympicsAmid a national reckoning over racial injustice and inequality, owners of a popular Sierra ski resort that played host to the 1960 Winter Olympics have decided to drop the word 'squaw' from its name.
Squaw Valley Resort Officials Considering A Name ChangeWhen most Northern Californians hear the word Sierra, their minds associate the region with a ski destination -- Squaw Valley. That may soon be a thing of the past.
Native Americans Mark 50 Years Since Alcatraz OccupationNative Americans who occupied Alcatraz Island 50 years ago are gathering there for a day of events to mark the anniversary.
San Francisco School District Votes To Cover Up Mural Without Painting Over ItThe San Francisco Unified School District Board decided Tuesday night to backtrack on the decision to paint over a controversial mural following a major public backlash.
Actor Danny Glover Opposes Washington High Mural Removal; Calls Plan 'A Book Burning'Actor Danny Glover, a San Francisco Washington High graduate, on Monday compared plans to paint over controversial mural at the school to a "book burning."
San Francisco NAACP Leaders Call For Preservation Of Controversial School MuralA plan to replace a controversial mural at a San Francisco high school is getting pushback from several local African American leaders.
Outside Lands Adds Native American Headdresses To List Of Banned ItemsAttendees of this year's Outside Lands Music and Arts Festival in Golden Gate Park will not be allowed to wear Native American headdresses, organizers said.
SFUSD Approves Covering Controversial George Washington High School MuralA decades-old mural in a San Francisco school will be removed from public view because of its depiction of Native Americans.
SFUSD Board To Decide Fate Of Controversial Mural At George Washington HighThe San Francisco Unified School District's Board of Education is expecting a crowded house during its meeting Tuesday.
UC Santa Cruz Removes Controversial El Camino Real Mission BellThe University of California, Santa Cruz invited community members to the campus to witness the removal Friday of the El Camino Real Bell marking 18th-century Catholic missions that Native Americans say glorifies racism.
San Francisco Board Approves Removing Controversial 'Early Days' StatueThe San Francisco Board of Appeals voted unanimously Wednesday night for the removal of the "Early Days" statue.
San Francisco To Reconsider Removal Of Statue Deemed RacistThe city's Board of Appeals voted Wednesday to grant a rehearing on removing the "Early Days" statue near City Hall.
Police Called On Two Native American Students Taking College TourTwo Native American students from New Mexico were taking an admissions tour at Colorado State University Monday when a parent on the tour got nervous about the young men, who joined the tour late, and called campus police
Photographer Chris Felver Shares His Book 'Tending The Fire, Native Voices & Portraits'Photographer and author Chris Felver shares his book of Native American poets and stunning photos, 'Tending The Fire, Native Voices & Portraits.'
San Francisco Reverses Course on Controversial Pioneer StatueSan Francisco authorities reversed a decision to remove a 19th century statue near City Hall that some say is degrading to Native Americans.