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The Week That Was
SMH @Adam Sandler
Trafficking in Native Communities
States Sue Interior Over Fracking Regs
Group of Pueblo Indians Get Their PhDs
How Far Can a Dandelion Seed Fly?
Wallace Newman's Influence on Nixon
Martin Sensmeier Gets Magnificent 7 Role
Family, Not Fractions, Make Us Indians
NAJA Crowdfunding for Student Journos
Video: Wildfires and Climate Change
Political Autonomy and Econo
Oglala Water Director Honored
Galileo's Lesson for Canada
5 Native Track Teams in Indian Country
Native Humor! 10 LOL-Worthy Pictures
Well For Culture: Stretch!
Cris Derksen on the Red Ride Tour
Triple Crown Watch; Depp Dogs Deported
Lummi Youth Learn the Bigger Picture
Thing About Skins
10-Year-Old Gets Mission Song Stricken from California School District Curriculum
A 10-year-old Wukchumni boy is changing the way one...
Elk Returning to Ho-Chunk Lands a Century After Being Driven Out
Elk once roamed Wisconsin, a native species. But they were...
Eyes On Jackson Removal: Tubman Over Mankiller in Unofficial Vote
The final votes are in and cosmic justice will not prevail...
From ‘Encouraged’ to ‘Mandatory’: Schools Must Teach Native History in Washington
There are 29 federally recognized indigenous nations in...
Iconic Big Dipper Totem Restored by Tlingit Carver
For nearly three quarters of a century, the Yax té totem...
‘No Accommodations for Indians:’ The Civil Rights Fight in North Carolina
When Hughie Maynor thinks about civil rights, he pictures a...
American Indian History
The Gods Among Us: Stunning Hopi Art Exhibit
A new exhibit featuring six types of Hopi katsina figures as depicted in 170 objects, from woodcarving, basketry and painting has just opened at the Fred Jones Jr Museum of Art on ...
Portland's Wisdom of the Elders: 20 Years of Priceless Stories
Lisa Gale Garrigues
Fire-cooked salmon, a tomato giveaway, flute-playing and stories of the Athabaskan caribou people were some of the highlights of The Wisdom of the Elders’ 20th anniversary celebrat...
A Mixed Blessing, Part 3: Deafness and Alcoholism, the Aftereffects of Residential School
On Tuesday June 25 we introduced Ben Powless, whose family is riven with aftereffects of Canada’s residential schools system...
Extinct No More: Hia-Ced O'odham Officially Join Tohono O'odham Nation
After 33 years of hard work to right the past, the Hia-Ced O’odham, once thought to be extinct, can finally say they belong as part of the Tohono O’odham Nation...
Native Dance Styles Old and New Demonstrated at Mitchell Museum
Visitors will learn about traditional and contemporary versions of Native American dances from veteran powwow dancers and cultural ambassadors Mark Denning and his daughter, Isabel...
Seminole Landmark Gets Some Well-Deserved Attention
The old Red Barn on the Seminole Tribe of Florida’s Brighton reservation is not what it used to be...
What is an Indigenous Nation?
What is an indigenous nation? What does indigenous nation building mean?...
Bombs, B-52s and a Blackbird Spying in the Dead of Night
Dr. Dean Chavers
I flew 138 missions in the B-52 in Vietnam. It took me four tours and almost three years to do it. I was there 17 months in 1966, 1967, and 1968...
Washburn's Bold Plan to Fix Interior's Federal Recognition Process
Gale Courey Toensing
A draft proposal of far-reaching revisions to the Interior Department’s process for federal acknowledgment of Indian tribes is being hailed as the best thing to happen in decades t...
Deadspin: 'Full-Blooded Chief' Redskins Defender Not a Chief!
"One of the more entertaining parts of Redskins owner Dan Snyder's effort [to defend the team's name] has been his ongoing Indians-love-'Redskins' campaign, whereby the team calls ...
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