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VIDEO: Kids Use Music to Combat Mascots
Tribe Ignores Cease and Desist Order
Recent Paintings by America Meredith
Oklahoma Tribes Brace for Seismic Impact
Chickasaws Adapt to Modern Storytelling
Pamunkey Fed Rec: ‘a Long Time Coming’
Open Letter From Indigenous Scholars
Native Presence in PBS Online Film Fest
Graduation Day for Lummi Students
Fighting Third-World Conditions in NM
'Taking the First Step to Peace of Mind'
American Revolution a Big Mistake: Vox
Thousands Flee Saskatchewan Wildfires
Moving On Up: This Week’s Promotions
Native Footballers Take the Field
Pueblo Comic Book Heroes of 'Tewa Tales'
CRYPs Garden Evolving Into Micro Farm
OKC's AICCM Gets a Big Hand
Healing Autoimmune Diseases
Navajo Fluency Put to Vote July 21
Thing About Skins
Salaita Wins Suit for 9,000 Emails; University Censured for Rights Violations
Dr. Steven Salaita, a Palestinian American tenured...
Students Get Minds Blown By Learning Indigenous Ways
Students at the University of Massachusetts were treated to...
‘Great Time to Be Studying Journalism’ Says New Endowed UND Prof
Mark Trahant, an independent print and broadcast journalist...
University of Oklahoma Prof: Native History Is American History
In the place where the Trail of Tears ended after an...
Committed to His Native Roots: Soctomah to Be Honored for Contributions
The way Donald Soctomah tells it, he was just doing his job...
Walter Echo-Hawk Serves as Professor This Semester at Lewis & Clark
Lewis & Clark Law School is pleased to host renowned...
Churchill Takes His Case to the U.S. Supreme Court
Ward Churchill, former University of Colorado (CU) professor, has rolled the dice a last time, hoping the U.S...
Cherokee Preservation Foundation Names New Executive Director
The Cherokee Preservation Foundation has named Annette Saunooke Clapsaddle to succeed Susan Jenkins as its executive director, effective January 2, 2013...
Reorganized Student Group Is for Natives and Allies at University of Missouri
The University of Missouri is known for its rigorous academia and celebrity alumni like Brad Pitt, Sheryl Crow and Jim Lehrer, however, it is not celebrated for being a mecca for A...
Minnesota Works on Forgiving But Not Forgetting Its Native History
On December 26, a memorial was dedicated in Mankato, Minnesota’s Reconciliation Park near a white limestone buffalo that marks the spot where 38 Dakota men were hanged the day afte...
Dinner With Santa Celebrates Elders
In the real world, he travels up to 100,000 miles a year in high-powered jets. But in the world of fantasy, he races millions of miles overnight in a reindeer-powered sleigh...
Aboriginal Homeschool Program Helps Parents Become Child’s First Teacher
In 1969, Dr. Avima D...
Klallam Dictionary Helps Effort to Save Endangered Native Language
Released just before Thanksgiving, the Klallam Dictionary (University of Washington Press, 2012) has more than 9,000 entries, a pronunciation guide and a history of how the diction...
Teen Hope, Not Suicide, Subject of Lakota Voices Exhibition
Teen suicide has been a major topic of concern for many reservations, but in Rapid City, South Dakota, an exhibition of photographs, taken by elementary and middle school students ...
Navajo Student Leads Water Polo Team to Victory
Gurpuran Singh’s nickname says it all...
Red Lake Recreation Center Focuses on Community, Health, Education and Basketball
When the new Red Lake Casino was built on Highway 89, Red Lake Chairman Floyd Jourdain Jr., said in the State of the Band address that the tribe would “return the Humanities Center...
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