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Tocabe x2: Native American Eatery in Denver Doubles-down on Success
In 2011, Tocabe, an American Indian eatery in Colorado, was...
Indian Tax Exemption: What You Need to Know
The claim that Indians do not generally have to pay federal...
Nike’s New N7 Dragonfly Collection Features Yankee Jacoby Ellsbury
Nike plans to unveil its spring 2015 N7 apparel collection...
Texas’s Underground, Speakeasy-Land of Gambling
In Texas, it is illegal for casinos to pay cash for slot-...
Mystery of Bent Trees Revealed in Documentary
It took eight years to film and edit at the real cost of...
Choctaw Brothers Want to Make Tribes Self-Sufficient With Aquaponic Farming
Kaben Smallwood has a dream: One day, every Native American...
Video: What Resolution Copper Wants to Inflict on Apache Sacred Land
The San Carlos Apache Tribe is battling to save a sacred site that has been federally protected from mining since 1955. That is, until now...
12 Ways to Make Your Holiday Donations Count
For several years, I organized drives through Changing Winds Advocacy Center , a nonprofit Native American civil rights and education organization...
Non-Profit Seeks to Provide Clean Water, Sturdy Blankets to Diné This Winter
Forty percent of homes on the Navajo Reservation do not have running water, which means it has to be trucked in; it means the homes there -- these families -- don't have taps to tu...
Quapaw Tribe Says Federal Government OKs Casino Expansion, Makes Landmark Decision
On Friday, the Quapaw Tribe announced that they were granted permission by the U.S. federal government to expand their Downstream Casino Resort into southeast Kansas...
Suspect Killed Outside Choctaw Casino After High Speed Chase
A high-speed chase on Thursday that led police, Choctaw County Deputies, tribal police and Oklahoma Highway Patrol Troopers to the Choctaw Casino in Grant, Oklahoma, ended in a sho...
Alaska Natives to British Columbia: Please Tighten Up Your Mining Act
Alaska Natives, environmentalists and fishery owners, spooked by recent mining accidents and proposals in neighboring British Columbia, have asked the province to tighten regulatio...
New York Times Details Dueling Grand Canyon Projects
The Grand Canyon may be one of the largest geological formations on Earth, but its size is no match for the number of battles being fought over how, and whether, to profit from its...
Tohono O’odham Poised to Begin Major Construction on West Valley Resort Project
The Tohono O’odham Nation’s West Valley Resort project is moving forward and is poised to begin major construction operations...
$342 Million to Clean Duwamish River Superfund Site: EPA Finalizes Plan
After 14 years of study the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency has released a $342 million plan for cleaning up most of the pollution in the lower Duwamish River...
Legislation for Rio Tinto Copper Mine on Sacred Land Slips Into Defense Bill
Gale Courey Toensing
Lawmakers have slipped a piece of legislation that would allow a massive copper mine in southeast Arizona on public land that is sacred to the Apaches into a defense bill that must...
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