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Lakota Speaking South Dakota Delegate
Native-Owned Grocery Burns Down
Duke and Duchess of Cambridge in Canada
Tribal Nations React: Clinton Nomination
OK Tribal Exclusivity Fees Exceed $1.3B
Breaking: Dakota Access Oil Pipeline
5 Must-See Images of Sacred Places
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Montreal First People’s Festival 2016
Bestseller Apache “Indeh” by Ethan Hawke
Obliterated Tribal Fisheries Get Fixed
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Energy Independence: Soboba Goes Solar
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Native American Council Kicks Off DNC
Pokémon Go Stop on Sacred Burial Site
Coolidge: Adopted by Tribe
Reunions: Growing Up, Growing Wiser
Navajo Closer to Water Rights Settlement
Thing About Skins
The ‘What Ifs’ of Fracking: Navajos Wonder Whether Chemicals Are Deforming Their Livestock
It took Dorothy Keetso only a few minutes to realize the...
Treaty Rights Battle Links Hunting and Oil Pipelines in Minnesota
Members of several northern Minnesota Ojibwe Bands are...
Dedicating Billy Frank Jr.’s New Wildlife Namesake
Hundreds gathered Tuesday, July 19 to dedicate the renamed...
Sally Jewell Visits Bears Ears, Says Obama Will Decide on National Monument Before Leaving Office
President Barack Obama could decide whether to designate...
Protect Our Public Lands: Indigenous Witnesses Take Fracking and Climate Concerns on the Road
Indigenous Peoples on the front lines of climate change and...
Indigenous Ecology on the Half Shell: Native Methods Preserve Chesapeake Oysters
A new interdisciplinary study of oystering in Chesapeake...
Canada Takes Helm of Arctic Council With First Indigenous Leader
With prospectors set to descend upon the Arctic faster than its ice is melting, Canada took the helm of the Arctic Council on May 15 as Health Minister Leona Aglukkaq became the fi...
Oklahoma Awakes to Grim New Reality as Recovery Efforts Begin
As Oklahoma awoke to a devastating new reality—inasmuch as anyone had slept at all, that is—on the morning of Tuesday, May 21, the stirrings of recovery were evident, though commun...
The United Nations Permanent Forum on Indigenous Issues and Social Media
The United Nations Permanent Forum on Indigenous Issues 12 th Session is currently underway in New York, New York this week and among the many indigenous nations and organizations ...
Oklahoma Tornado Survivor Reunites With Missing Dog During Live Interview
There was no Oz for Barbara Garcia to land in after Monday’s devastating tornado in Moore, Oklahoma. But "Toto" did make it through...
President Obama to Oklahoma: Every Resource Is at Your Disposal
As responders, including at least 250 National Guardsmen, sifted through debris looking for tornado survivors, President Barack Obama on Tuesday morning told Oklahamans that they d...
Lyle Eagle Tail: A True Warrior Who Died Trying to Save a Child
On Saturday, March 23, 2013, after an all-night wake at the Mother Butler Center, 28-year-old Lyle Francis Eagle Tail was laid to rest in the Mountain View Cemetery in Rapid City, ...
More Than 50 Dead as Tornado Decimates Moore, Oklahoma, Hometown of Rep. Tom Cole, and Levels School
A massive tornado ripped through Moore, Oklahoma, the hometown of U.S...
Tornadoes Slice Through Midwest, Threatening Indian Country
Tornadoes cut swathes of destruction through Indian country last week and over the weekend, and on Monday May 20 the midsection of the U.S. was bracing for more...
Proud to Be Indigenous? Hash Tag It and Photograph It
Are you ready to express indigenous pride?...
Flight of Fancy: What the Planets Would Look Like if They Were as Close as the Moon
Watching planets and stars as they appear in the sky is captivating, but gazing at pinpricks of light glistening against the celestial sphere doesn’t give the heavenward ogler a se...
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