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The Week That Was: June 26, 2016
4 Sacred Places That Need Your Prayers
NMAI Profile: Audrey Hudson
Memorandum of Understanding
Rickie Fowler On Cover of Red Bull’s Mag
Sherman Alexie's New Children's Book
Riders Complete 950-Mile Journey
Ryan’s Indian Health ‘Choices’ Bad
Muhammad Ali and Rich Family Memories
New Law: Land Back to SusanvilleTribes
Casino Debuts Virtual Slot Environment
Mrs. Universe & Dad, Amazing Race Canada
Battle of Little Bighorn in 18 Drawings
Congress vs. Congress; ISIS vs. Music
Reviving Canoe Culture on the Columbia
10 Things to Know About Nisqually Tribe
Gamifying Slots to Engage Millennials
Video: What This 400-Year-Old Site Says
Being an Ally After Orlando
Two Devastating Losses for Colvilles
Thing About Skins
Aboriginal Senator Murray Sinclair Pays Tribute to Orlando Victims and His ‘Openly Gay’ Daughter
Editor’s Note: Justice Murray Sinclair, who chaired the...
'Much to Celebrate': 20th National Aboriginal Day Marked by Sunrise Ceremonies Across Canada
From coast to coast to coast, Indigenous Peoples and...
Top Canada Journalism Prize Goes to Indigenous Reporter for Missing and Murdered Women Coverage
One of Canada’s most prestigious journalism honors has been...
Historical Trauma and Me, the Daughter of a Mother Murdered by a Serial Killer
When I was thirteen years old, my mother was murdered. This...
A Pass-First Guy: Q&A With LAX Star Brendan Bomberry
As soon as lacrosse player Brendan Bomberry stepped into...
Ontario's Formal Residential School Apology Sets Precedent: Indigenous Leaders
Aboriginal leaders in Canada this week hailed as precedent-...
Cherokees, Cherokees and Cherokees
In the 2000 United States Census, more than 875,000 people identified themselves as partially or wholly Cherokee Indian...
On the Record: Searching the Dawes Rolls
The Dawes Rolls were created by the Dawes Commission, which sought to make a complete record of all members of the Five Civilized Tribes, as the Cherokee, Choctaw, Creek (Muscogee)...
What’s in a Name? Indian Naming Conventions
American Indian naming traditions vary from tribe to tribe...
The First Pocahontas May Have Been a Viking
Genes from the Beotuk, a long-extinct branch of Canada's aboriginal peoples, have shown up in samples of 80 people from Iceland, a team of anthropologists and geneticists has revea...
AFN Chief: Federal Budget Does Not Deliver for First Nations
Gale Courey Toensing
Assembly of First Nations National Chief Shawn A-in-chut-Atleo is calling for a new funding approach from the federal government that would ensure equitable opportunity, stability ...
Cherokee Nation Color Guard Receives $5,000
The Cherokee Nation Color Guard recently received a $5,000 check presented by Cherokee Nation Principal Chief Chad Smith during a brief ceremony...
Anishinabe Women Oppose Nuclear Shipment Through Great Lakes
Gale Courey Toensing
A group of Anishinabe women with expertise in halting unwanted projects that threaten the environment are determined to stop a proposed shipment of steam generators contaminated wi...
Atlantic Universities Pledge to Reach Out to Aboriginal Students
In a deal thought to be the first of its kind in Canada, First Nations leaders and universities in Atlantic Canada signed a memorandum of understanding on March 17 to beef up educa...
U.N. Focuses on Cities for World Water Day 2011
With 884 million, or one in eight people, lacking access to safe drinking water and 2.6 billion without toilets, the United Nations marked World Water Day with a call to attend to ...
Baffin Island Maps Its Sea Ice
Arctic sea ice is as much a partner in daily Inuit life as the people themselves, and now a new online, interactive atlas is charting the permutations of that ice, accompanied by e...
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