Skip to main content
Juneau Schools Nix 'Distorted' Books
Yellowstone River Oil Spill Still Icy
Symposium to Bring Native Scholars
Yocha Dehe Citizens Elect Officials
GOP Clown Car Crashes the Coronation?
Snoqualmie Tribe Grants Super Bowl Wish
What Is It Good For? War Dept. at MoCNA
Top Ten Signs You May Be Native
Louisiana Tribes Battle Rising Waters
RES Returns to Las Vegas
Luger: Finding Strength With Yoga
UNITY and Healthy Active Natives Partner
NNGE CEO Derrick Watchman on Expansion
Cherokee Veteran Heading to Super Bowl
TEK and Idle No More: Inseparable
Sherman's Deflategate Take; Nude Hacks
McConaughey Cast in Film About Raramuri
First Taco Bell in Indian Country Opens
Rare Sierra Nevada Fox Caught on Camera
Challenger of Manifest Destiny Walks On
Thing About Skins
Land Rights, Missing Women, Education Are Top Topics as AFN Chief Meets Prime Minister
Newly elected National Chief of the Assembly of First...
Horns of a Dilemma: Ktunaxa Nation Opposes Killing Wolves to Save Endangered Caribou
Should wolves be eliminated to save the caribou? A recently...
First Nation Girl Who Refused Chemo for Leukemia Laid to Rest; Debate Rages on Care
The death of an 11-year-old First Nation girl of leukemia...
'Aboriginal' Featured as New York Times Word of the Day
The New York Times on Friday January 23 chose “aboriginal”...
Canada’s Ferguson: Maclean's Slams Indigenous Race Relations in Winnipeg
Branding Winnipeg Canada’s most racist city, the country’s...
From Lab Rats to Psychics: Canadian Residential Schools Tested ‘Primitive’ Aboriginal Children for ESP
Children ripped away from their parents during the boarding...
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...
Page 10 of 189