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Slot Canyons Offer Breathtaking Beauty
Cattle and Riding the School Bus
NMAI Profile: Jeff Haozous
Historical Precision in Indian Law
Leaving Rez Made Me Better Storyteller
Video of Loreal Tsingine’s Death
Breaking Stereotypes w/ Classical Music
Moya-Smith: A Raw Review of the DNC
Indian Country's Charity Tournaments
Navajo Pottery with a Modern Twist
Chief David Beautiful Bald Eagle Passes
Puppy Passes; UK Cat Fight
Stewardship Wins at UNESCO Reserve
A Christian Call to Stewardship of Bears
2016 Hot List: Resorts, Spas and Centers
Peggy Flanagan Addresses DNC
Social Media Blasts Warriors Racist Logo
Weekly Pow Wow Planner: 7-28 to 7-31
Diné College Adds 3 Bachelor’s Programs
First Chickasaw Business: Artesian Hotel
Thing About Skins
Juilliard Brings the ‘Heartbeat’ of Music and Math to the Navajo Reservation
A cacophony of sound spilled from a hogan on the Navajo...
Lenape Center Honors Linguist Jim Rementer
On Friday, June 17, the Lenape Center honored Jim Rementer...
Aloha-K’é: Provocative Hawaiian and New Mexican Tribal Mash-Up
Indigenous educators at Native American Community Academy...
At 82, Henrietta Mann Remains Busy Promoting American Indian Education
She has been called the Native American Maya Angelou, and...
Native Studies Association More Global Than Ever
The Native American and Indigenous Studies Association (...
Seneca Filmmaker Top Grad, Commencement Speaker at Syracuse
Seneca Wolf Clan filmmaker Terry Jones, a Haudenosaunee...
Want to Be Like Katniss Everdeen From The Hunger Games Fame and Hone Your Archery Skills While Attending a Tribal College?
• Diné College in Tsaile, Arizona is home to the Warriors—a team of archers who make up the only community college team to compete against NCAA Division I universities...
Archaeological Canoe Trip Will Explore History of Taunton River in Massachusetts
This year’s Archaeology in the Watershed canoe and kayak tour will feature the Town River, the headwater for the Taunton River in Bridgewater and West Bridgewater in Massachusetts...
National Indian Education Association Names Cherokee Executive Director
The National Indian Education Association (NIEA) has selected Ahniwake Rose, Cherokee , as its new executive director. She will replace Dr...
Cowichan Tribe Member Richard Peter Wins Gold at Paralympic Games
Richard Peter is going out on top. Peter, who turned 40 on Sept. 10, has reaffirmed his intentions to stop playing on the international wheelchair basketball scene...
Educator Spotlight: Donna L. Akers
Donna L. Akers, is an enrolled member of the Choctaw Nation of Oklahoma and an associate professor of history and ethnic studies at the University of Nebraska-Lincoln ...
Churchill Loses in State Supreme Court
Embattled former professor Ward Churchill failed what may be his last chance in a five-year civil rights lawsuit against the University of Colorado-Boulder (CU)...
Video Spotlight: The Importance of Language
This video begins with students saying they don't know their native language and pointing out that one-third of indigenous languages still spoken in the United States have fewer th...
A Battle Over Historical Significance for the Carlisle Indian School Farmhouse
The struggle to save the farmhouse at the former Carlisle Indian School (CIS) now includes an official request to re-evaluate the building’s historic value while the Army continues...
Underdogs, Daniel LaRusso, and Democrats: Denise Juneau Rocked the House
I root, unabashedly, for underdogs. Growing up cheering for the Seattle Mariners, Supersonics or Seahawks will do that to you...
Iroquois Linguistics Certificate at Syracuse University Comes at Important Time for Native Languages
Gale Courey Toensing
Syracuse University will offer a new program in Iroquois linguistics this fall semester...
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