Michelle Cyca is a writer and editor based in Vancouver, Canada. Her work has appeared in Maclean's, The Walrus,Chatelaine and The Tyee, among other publications. She can be found online at MichelleCyca.com or on Twitter @michellecyca.
Prior to colonization, more than 300 diverse languages were spoken by Native Americans in what is now called the United States. However, nearly all of these languages had one feature in common: they had no written form. In 1809, a Cherokee man named Sequoyah began working on a ...read more
Since time immemorial, Native Americans have lived on this continent, from the northern reaches of Alaska to the Gulf Coast of Florida. There are more than nine million Native Americans living in what is now the United States, representing hundreds of tribal nations with ...read more