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RES New Mexico Returns in November
On My Final WH Tribal Nations Conference
Dire Climate Impacts Go Unheeded
What Is Food? What Is a Small Loan?
AIGC Appoints Interim Executive Director
Forgiveness at Black Elk Peak
NIEA Annual Convention Coming Up
Slow, Clean, Good Food
Natives Against the Santa Fe Fiesta
Stars Greene, Birmingham Te Ata Premiere
Agua Caliente Band Donates $250K to SRST
AMERIND Risk on Injury Prevention
Tribes Receive $492 Million
Water Protectors Rounded Up After Prayer
Karletta Chief Receives AISES Award
Standing Rock: Who Tells the Story?
Myaamia Linguist Wins Genius Grant
S. Rock: What Will ‘Consultation’ Mean?
List of Nammy Winners 2016
Control of Education System For Navajo
Thing About Skins
Indigenous Peoples Still Fighting to Protect ‘Living Forests’ and Way of Life
Victoria Tauli-Corpuz, the United Nations Special...
Happy Autumn: Fall Equinox Promises Welcome Chill
It may be boiling hot across large swathes of Turtle Island...
Nature, Culture, and Plastic: Obama Quadruples Marine National Monument
President Barack Obama has signed an executive order...
Poisoned Waters: Navajo Communities Still Struggle After Mining Disaster
SHIPROCK, New Mexico—On Friday, as the Obama administration...
Immediate Review of B.C. Mining Safety Demanded by Alaska Native Leaders
UPDATED SEPTEMBER 17: To include Lt. Gov. Byron Mallot's...
Hualapai Say Proposed Water Deal Could Benefit Tourism in the State
The chairman of the Hualapai Tribe told a Senate committee...
Yurok, Karuk to Sue U.S. Government Over Klamath Salmon Parasite
Salmon in the Klamath River could be on the verge of extinction, and the Yurok and Karuk tribes have announced plans to sue the federal government for its management of water flows...
Sally Jewell Visits Bears Ears, Says Obama Will Decide on National Monument Before Leaving Office
President Barack Obama could decide whether to designate the 1.9 million–acre region known as Bears Ears as a national monument by the end of the year, according to U.S...
Protect Our Public Lands: Indigenous Witnesses Take Fracking and Climate Concerns on the Road
Indigenous Peoples on the front lines of climate change and development battles will be taking their testimony on the road starting on July 18, stopping at various points around Tu...
Santa Ynez Band of Chumash One Step Closer to Placing Land Into Trust for Housing
The Santa Ynez Band of Chumash Indians welcomed the passage earlier this week of legislation that would give the tribe the ability to take nearly 1,400 acres into federal trust on ...
Exploding Fire Consumes Oil Field in San Juan Basin; Cause Unknown
A fire that consumed storage tanks at an oil field in New Mexico is slowly burning out, and a WPX Energy spokesperson has apologized to dozens of Navajo Nation citizens who had to ...
Flooding in Northern Wisconsin Hits Bad River Reservation
Mary Annette Pember
Wisconsin Governor Scott Walker declared a state of emergency Tuesday in the northern part of the state after storms caused flooding in eight counties...
Summer Vacation Means Sustainable Building Research for Lapwai Students
Summer vacation is here for most students, but a group of students from the Nez Perce Reservation have put their vacations on hold to do important research that could someday help ...
‘Keep It in the Ground’ Movement Puts BLM Leasing in Its Sights
The fracking battle that is developing near ancient, sacred Chaco Canyon is merely the most visible of a groundswell of opposition to the Bureau of Land Management’s leasing of oil...
Fracking Versus Ancient Astronomy in Chaco Canyon
In what could be a win for consultation, the Bureau of Land Management (BLM) has postponed an oil and gas lease sale on land near Chaco Canyon so as to consult with the nearly two ...
Healing Historical Trauma Through Spiritual Activism
When Idle No More Washington Director Sweetwater Nannauck teaches what historical trauma is, she tells a story about her father...
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