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1 World Indigenous Games 2015
FireKeepers VP Honored for Hunger Relief
Humboldt Students Win Thanksgiving Fight
Native American Man Dies in Holding Cell
CBC Blocks Comments on Articles
Call for Accurate Native Advocacy
Great Law of Peace Center Opens
Shell Refinery Fined $77,000
VIDEOS: Bad, Good News From DC Officials
Sioux Falls Violence Shelter Loses Grant
'Dances With Wolves' 25 Years Later
Indigenous Filmmakers Celebrated in NYC
Wisdom of the Elders Films Oregon Tribes
Three Sisters Flavor Thanksgiving Doodle
How Much Will Climate Change Cost?
Thing About Skins: Natives and Refugees
Cahuilla Travel Center Open for Business
Stay on TRACK to Prevent Blindness
Fairbanks Four Hearings Over
Next Gen Zealous, Intolerant Crusaders
Thing About Skins
Akwesasne Man Who Alleged Mishandling by Canadian Border Agents Walks On
Antoine Delormier, the 67-year-old Akwesasne man who...
Theresa Snow: NMAI’s Meet Native America Series
In the interview series Meet Native America, the...
“Drill them to Hell and Back” Billboard To Be Changed in Face of Outrage
After a slew of complaints on social media, the owner of a...
Ojibwe Stanley Cup Winner Reggie Leach Is Still Giving Back
Reggie Leach is an Ojibwe hockey player who was nicknamed...
Culturally Appropriate Chicago Blackhawks Logo by First Nations Artist Goes Viral
When Winnipeg radio hosts Tom and Larry posted a “new and...
Trudeau’s Mandate: 13 Instructions for Minister of Indigenous and Northern Affairs
No sooner was Prime Minister Justin Trudeau sworn in on...
Canadian University Leading the Way for Aboriginal Business Students
September 2012 will herald the beginning of Simon Fraser University’s (SFU) new Executive MBA in Aboriginal Business and Leadership, which is the first program of its kind in Canad...
Incredible Video of Men’s Fancy Dance Competition at the 25th Annual Black Hills Powwow
The vibrant, explosive energy of the Mens' Fancy Dance competition at the Black Hills Powwow this past October 7-9 was a sight to see...
Aurora Borealis Appears as Far South as New Mexico
The aurora borealis, or Northern Lights, generally stay, well, north—up near the Arctic Circle, in fact...
For Inuits Dealing With Climate Change, Science Can Be Slow and Bumbling
An Inuk woman practicing a traditional craft finds the sealskin she’s working with doesn’t have the nice fur of times past and it has rotten patches that tear easily...
Inuit Graduate Student First Aboriginal to Tackle Accounting Program
Not only is Laura Arngna’naaq the first aboriginal student to ever enroll in the Masters in Management and Professional Accounting (MMPA) program at the University of Toronto, she’...
Women’s Fancy Shawl Dancers Put on Beautiful Performance at the NAID Pow Wow
The 61st Annual North American Indian Days held in Browning, Montana, this plast July 12-15 was a glorious, gorgeous affair as the above pow wow video makes clear...
Nike N7 Helps American Indian and Aboriginal Youth Through Sport
Begun in 2000, inspired by the Native wisdom of the Seven Generations, Nike’s N7 program is one of the premier national initiatives for keeping Native youth physically active...
No No Keshagesh—Buffy Sainte-Marie Does imagineNATIVE
Buffy Sainte-Marie is all set to shake it up at The Beat, the eighth annual indigenous music showcase at the imagineNATIVE Film + Media Arts Festival in Toronto...
Justin Timberlake Wins Green Award With Native-Themed Golf Course
At the Environmental Media Association 's 21st annual Environmental Media Awards, held October 15, Actor and singer Justin Timberlake received the EMA Futures Award for his Mirimic...
State of the Navajo Nation Address from President Ben Shelly
During his State of the Navajo Nation Address on the opening day of the 22 nd Navajo Nation Council Fall Session on October 17, Navajo Nation President Ben Shelly addressed many to...
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