U.S. Poet Laureate Joy Harjo says that after a year of pandemic and racial tension, she finds comfort and lessons in poetry.
The U.S. government's highest honor for folk and traditional arts went to 10 fellows this year, who showcased their talents March 4. Learn more here.
The Library of Congress is diversifying its collection and engaging with communities of color with the help of a recent $15 million grant.
The 117th U.S. Congress broke a number of records, with more women and minorities representing districts and states around the country.
November is National American Indian and Alaska Native Heritage Month. Learn about the Navajo Code Talkers, whose secret code helped end World War II.
In 2020, a new memorial will honor the stories and sacrifices of Native American soldiers and their families from across the United States.
The United States is a country of many religions, a diversity that enriches society. Explore the story of religion in America in this gallery of images.
Joy Harjo, a Native American poet, playwright and musician, has been named the new U.S. poet laureate by the Library of Congress.
Among the winners in the 2018 election are the first female Native American representatives to Congress. See some of the other history makers elected to office.