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Headdress at a Hockey Game
Heitkamp Tackles Oil Trains, Native Kids
Must-Hear: 'Unchained Melody' on Panpipe
Mystery of Bent Trees Revealed
Shiprock Youth Center Opens
AG’s Native Subcommittee Names Leaders
DOI Announces Partnership
14-year-old Calls for Climate Leaders
Momoa and Gordon on 'Red Road' Season 2
Tribes Win Landmark Child Welfare Case
7 Types of Summer Programs for Kids
Agua Caliente Scores Victory
Fawn Sharp Talks Climate Change
Gender Deposes Another Suitable Leader
Sherman Alexie Joins Boycott of Indiana
Oglala Tribal Council Takes Aim at Paper
Syracuse Lacrosse to Honor Oren Lyons
Cherokee Nation Honors Veterans
CEDAW Calls for Women-Violence Inquiry
Haskell Students Honored at Conference
Thing About Skins
Whale Magic in the 21st Century: Study Brings the Makah Closer to Whaling
Gray whales are big. Really big. Eight men in a canoe...
Get Your Hot Lava! Kilauea Volcano Spares the Big Island. For Now
The New York Times had a report that hit me close to home...
Surviving the Blizzard of 1967: One Woman Tells Her Family’s Story
Lillie Ann Begaye was 12 years old when her entire world...
'It Wasn't Always This Way': An Indigenous Reflection on Women’s History Month
All March long, it is Women’s History Month. Surely,...
Familiar Faces Given New Life: 20 Amazing Colorized Photos of Native Americans
John Gulizia of John Gulizia Foto FX specializes in...
The Odds on Jackson Removal and a Native on Paper Money—Yes, It Happened
Andrew Jackson the Indian fighter was a working class hero...
American Indian History
Monumental Error: Baseball Team Offers Custer Bobbleheads
This promotion might call for a demotion...
Onondaga Nation Preps Hand-Carved Canoe for Two Row Wampum Journey
At the edge of Onondaga Nation Territory just south of Syracuse, New York, Hickory Edwards, Pete Edwards, and other Onondaga Nation men are hard at work putting the finishing touch...
Sacred Black Hills: An Ideological Battle Ground
National Sacred Places Prayer Days 2013 will conclude June 26...
A Mixed Blessing, Part 1: Stories by Intergenerational Residential School Survivors
Ben Powless is a 26-year-old activist and photojournalist...
Another Indian Student in Alabama Asked to Remove Eagle Feather
Last month, a 19-year-old Native American high school student at J B Pennington High School in Blountsville, Alabama was told he couldn’t wear an eagle feather if he wanted to grad...
Washington High School Drops Redskins Mascot
Despite widespread community support for keeping the name, Port Townsend High School in Port Townsend, Washington will drop its Redskins name and mascot...
Institute of American Indian Arts Has Come a Long Way
In this country’s not so distant past, many Native American youths were involuntarily enrolled in government-run boarding schools, distancing them from their families and cultures...
Protect the Drinkable Water of Waldo Lake
When Kayla Godowa-Tufti, of the Confederated Tribes of Warm Springs, recently testified before the Oregon State Marine Board, she brought with her a bottle of water from Waldo Lake...
'Flying' Wallenda Didn't Walk Across Grand Canyon, Says Navajo
"Mr. Wallenda needs to buy a GPS or somebody give this guy a map," Milton Tso, president of the Cameron community on the Navajo Nation told the New York Post ...
Salish Kootenai College Graduates First Tribal Historic Preservation Class
Salish Kootenai College in Pablo, Montana is now offering degrees in Tribal Historic Preservation . The instructor, Dr...
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