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Manning: Youth Battle Sisseton 'Redmen'
Rallying the Vote, On and Off Reserve
Smoker Broaddus Named Educator of Year
McKinley to Denali = Drill Baby Drill?
AIANTA: International Tourism Is Growing
Book Chronicles Colville Termination
6 Native Alternatives to Junk Food
Wildfires Showing Improvement
50 Faces of Indian Country, Part II
Whirlwind of Change For Nez Perce Police
Robert A. Williams on the D of D
Moya-Smith: Armed Police Drones? Yep.
New Miss Cherokee & Junior Miss Crowned
Climate Change Is Disrupting Lives Now
Department of Ed Grants $50M to TCUs
Obama Hosts Alaska Native Roundtable
Man Acquitted of Hurling Beer at Kids
Tahnee Robinson: Player to NCAA Coach
Hopi: Celebrating the Sanctity of Water
Poarch Creek Member Yale Assistant Dean
Thing About Skins
Canada Election: Rallying the Vote, On and Off Reserve
Indigenous people in Canada are far from apolitical or...
Go Ashley Callingbull! Cree Beauty Reps Canada and Indian Country in Belarus
Right now, halfway around the world from her Enoch Cree...
Court Fight Continues to Preserve Pristine Peel Watershed in Yukon
Nacho Nyak Dun First Nation, the Tr'ondek Hwech'in First...
First Nations Fight to Preserve Eagles' Nests Slated for B.C. Dam Destruction
It’s not enough that British Columbia wants to flood the...
Cree Code Talkers: Documentary Explores Role of Canada's Unsung WWII Heroes
Code talkers in the United States have been storied,...
Mexico Films Top Montreal First Peoples Festival Awards [Video]
Mexico won big at the Montreal First Peoples Festival this...
Pedophile Ex-Priest Convicted on 24 Counts, Including Bestiality; Inuit Victims Vindicated
Dozens of Inuit people victimized by so-called Pedophile Priest Eric Dejaeger in the 1970s and ’80s have now been vindicated, as a court has found the 67-year-old defrocked cleric ...
Tuberculosis Brought to Turtle Island by Seals and Sea Lions, Not Europeans: DNA Study
European settlers have long been seen as bringing scourge after scourge of disease to Turtle Island...
Canada Approves China Investment Treaty While First Nations Consent Issue Still in Court
Officials from a Vancouver Island First Nation say that they are shocked and disappointed that Canada ratified its foreign investment deal with China even though a Canadian court h...
Indigenous Peoples Cite Victories, Map Future on 7th Anniversary of U.N. Rights Declaration
It’s time to “give life to the declaration,” the Assembly of First Nations decreed on this, the seventh anniversary of the adoption of the United Nations Declaration on the Rights ...
The Inuit Were Right: Shipwreck Find Confirms 168-Year-Old Oral History
The discovery of a ship that had been missing since 1846 has at least partially solved one of Canada's favorite mysteries; what's more, its location confirms the veracity of Inuit ...
Alanis Obomsawin Becomes First Native Filmmaker in TIFF Masters Program
With a legacy that stretches back to the early 1970s and consists of over 20 documentary films, Alanis Obomsawin is undoubtedly the most accomplished Aboriginal filmmaker in Canada...
'Am I Next?' Indigenous Women in Canada Ask Social Media
It’s the heartbreaking question of our time, at least in Canada, where indigenous women have begun a social media campaign to draw attention to the prevalence of violence against t...
Video: Unsettling Look Into Trafficking of Native Women and Girls
They jingle dance, gaze innocently into the camera and then … the hushed whispering starts. “Whatever happened to Margaret?...
Lummi Totem Pole Journey Rallies Voices Against Environmental Destruction
LUMMI NATION, Washington—At each stop on the totem pole’s journey, people have gathered to pray, sing and take a stand...
Science Catches Up With Inuit Oral History, 'Discovering' Ancient Paleo-Eskimos
Scientists looking into the genetics of ancient Arctic peoples have verified what Inuit history has long held: That earlier peoples from Siberia were the first to populate the most...
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