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Dancing For Culture
STEM Camp Prepares Students for Future
‘Real’ Indians & Blood Quantum
Tanoak Tree: Acorn Tells a Native Story
Totems and Tourism: Hydaburg, Alaska
NMAI Profile: Brenda Meade
The Road to Visibility: Billy Frank Jr.
Micki Free Rocks Out on 'American Trash'
Tribal Tech Makes Inc. 500 List
Pump Money into Native Business
Struggling to Live Through Wildfires
Houska: Native Youth Protest Pipeline
Cherokees Claim Will Rogers
Ashley Callingbull for Mrs. Universe!
Ripe, Plump Super Moon in August
Crazy Candidates Not Named Trump Pt. 2
‘The Beginning and End of Rape’
Stop Contributing to Your Oppression
What Defines an Indigenous Group?
Moya-Smith: 'Anchor Babies' Demeans Kids
Thing About Skins
Fires, Drought, Melting Glaciers: Tribal Climate Experts Hope We Haven’t Passed the Tipping Point
Mother Earth is teaching a lesson. Or giving us a scolding...
Wildfires Scorch More Than 500 Square Miles on Reservations in Northwest
The Colville and Warm Springs Indian reservations, as well...
Navajo Nation Sends Back Oily-Smelling Water Tanks
Navajo President Russell Begaye has ordered police to...
Lummi Chairman: We Will Fight Coal Terminal ‘By All Means Necessary’
August 17 was just another summer day, with the sun setting...
Navajo Crops Drying Out as San Juan River Remains Closed After Toxic Spill
Cecelia Wallace stood in her garden in the Navajo community...
National Park Service Does Face-Plant With New Rule on Gathering Plants
The National Park Service may have thought it was doing...
Grassy Narrows Anti-Logging Blockade Marks Ten-Year Anniversary
David P. Ball
In remote northwest Ontario, a crackling bonfire and story-telling quietly marked the 10-year anniversary of the longest protest blockade in Canada's history, one that has become a...
Navajos Working to Get Little Colorado River Deal Through Lame Duck. Outlook Unlikely
The Navajo Nation is still trying to eke out a deal on Little Colorado River water rights, although an ambitious goal of trying to get it through during Congress’ Lame Duck session...
Q&A With Ken Salazar and Kevin Washburn
Edited by Gale Courey Toensing
Interior Secretary Kenneth Salazar and newly appointed Assistant Secretary-Indian Affairs Kevin Washburn sat down with Indian Country Today Media Network and Indianz.com just befor...
Tribes Fight to Regain Traditional Cultural Property Designation for Mount Taylor
Five New Mexico tribes are fighting ranchers and special-interest groups over an 11,300-foot, snow-capped peak about 80 miles west of Albuquerque...
Chevron Assets Frozen in Argentina as Part of Amazonian Lawsuit
Chevron has not yet paid any of the massive fine levied against it in Ecuador so the plaintiffs in that case have taken their fight to the international stage...
December 1 Brings Countdown to Non-Apocalypse
It’s December 1, 2012, and many around the world are counting down to the purported Mayan Apocalypse, the end of the indigenous group’s Long Count calendar...
Seminole Tribe Council Oak Vying for Historic Register Status
The Seminole Tribe has nominated its Council Oak Tree, a long-standing, traditional gathering place, to appear on the National Register of Historic Places, the Orlando Sentinel rep...
President Obama Declares Disaster for Alaska Over September Storms
Several parts of Alaska that got slammed by a series of September storms collectively rivaling the strength of Hurricane Sandy have been declared disaster areas as Native and other...
The Return of Sacred Miigwans
Currents newspaper 2012-13
Recently a young man (a tribal descendent) was sentenced in District Court in Grand Rapids for charges related to the selling of the feathers of Migizi (the bald eagle)...
Moapa Solar Farm Enters $1.6 Billion Deal to Power Los Angeles Homes
The Los Angeles City Council has approved a 25-year, $1.6 billion deal to buy power from a solar plant on the Moapa River Reservation, reported the Las Vegas Review-Journal ...
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