Native Americans

As the circumstances and conditions of Native American life have evolved over the past half-century, Native American identity has struggled to keep pace. In the latest installment of the Changing Face of America series, NPR's Cheryl Corley examines what it means to be an American Indian at the beginning of the new century.

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