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NIGA, Indian National Finals Rodeo Unite for Suicide Prevention
Suicide, a problem drastically impacting tribal communities...
30 Years of NIGA: Tribal Gaming's Unique History and Purpose
To close out the National Indian Gaming Association's (NIGA...
10 Indian-Owned Businesses Receive TERO Awards
Thursday night, hundreds of Native businesses owners...
Wiring the Rez: Conference to Inspire Tribal Digital Sovereignty
The digital revolution is overdue in reaching some parts of...
Genetically Engineered Salmon Safe to Eat: U.S. Food and Drug Administration
First corn, and now salmon. The U.S. Food and Drug...
New Philanthropy Guide Brings Indigenous Funding to the Fore
Indigenous Peoples are emerging as key global players when...
Shell Nixes Arctic Drilling; Indigenous Grassroots Leaders Exuberant
Environmentalists, some Alaska Natives and a number of grassroots indigenous leaders were rejoicing on Monday as Royal Dutch Shell announced it would no longer drill in offshore Al...
Municipalities, Tribes Partner to Build Workforce in South Dakota
In an unprecedented step, various state, city, tribal, and nonprofit entities are partnering to address a pressing need to fill over 600 job vacancies in Pierre, South Dakota, whil...
Gaming Challenges to Sovereignty Highlight G2E
Challenges to tribal sovereignty remain one of the most contentious issues in American Indian gaming...
iGaming Lessons From Three States… and Iceland
Indian country attendees at this year’s Global Gaming Expo in Las Vegas will be paying close attention to several sessions on Internet gaming at the event...
Glamping, Navajo Style: Shash Diné Eco-Retreat Offers a Unique B&B Experience
Something magical is happening between mileposts 536 and 537 on US 89 south of Page, Arizona...
Eighth Generation Launches Line of Native-Designed Wool Blankets
SEATTLE – Nooksack visionary Louie Gong wants to change not just how people see Native art, but how people see Native artists...
Indian Banks Small in Assets, Small in Number
The number of American Indian-owned banks remains less than 20, with peer group data showing them to be small, community-focused financial institutions...
Arizona Court Rules in Favor of West Valley Casino
In another win for the Tohono O’odham Nation, the Arizona Court of Appeals has determined that the City of Glendale's support for the tribe's West Valley casino project cannot be p...
Moving a Nation Forward: Chairman Manuel Talks Diversity for Tohono O’odham
The Tohono O’odham Nation, along the Sonoran Desert of Arizona and Mexico, is huge –2.8 million acres...
Limited Housing, Poor Economy Plagues Reservation
How does this history affect life in Cheyenne River today? A visitor’s first impressions can be deceiving. The physical environment is awe-inspiring. The sky casts a presence...
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