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Mills to Host a Day With WA Native Youth
Maintaining U.S. Status Quo at UN
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Trafficking in Native Communities
States Sue Interior Over Fracking Regs
Group of Pueblo Indians Get Their PhDs
How Far Can a Dandelion Seed Fly?
Wallace Newman's Influence on Nixon
Martin Sensmeier Gets Magnificent 7 Role
Family, Not Fractions, Make Us Indians
NAJA Crowdfunding for Student Journos
Video: Wildfires and Climate Change
Political Autonomy and Econo
Oglala Water Director Honored
Galileo's Lesson for Canada
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Native Humor! 10 LOL-Worthy Pictures
Well For Culture: Stretch!
Cris Derksen on the Red Ride Tour
Thing About Skins
Don't Kill the Tigers! Go After the Idiots Who Keep Them as Pets!
In 1993, Brian Werner finished his Navy hitch and moved his...
Cheyenne River Sioux Community Center Flattened by Winds, 40 Trapped Inside
About 40 tribal leaders, elders and others attending the...
Havasupai Tribe and Allies Fight to Stop Uranium Mining Near Grand Canyon
The Havasupai Tribe, along with several environmental...
Judge Throws Out Case Challenging Quinault Sovereignty Over Ancestral Lake
An attempt to question and undermine the sovereignty of the...
New Inter-Tribal Fish Commission Formed to Give Alaska Tribes a Say
Alaska reminds me of Washington state. Let me qualify that...
Congress Members Support Penobscot v. Maine in Unprecedented Court Filing
A group of Congress members has filed a brief in federal...
Drought Hits Navajo Nation Ranchers Hard
Windmill blades spin rapidly in the stiff wind above Justin Yazzie’s ranch in Whitehorse Lake, New Mexico, slicing through a clear blue sky smudged at the edges with darkening clou...
USET’s Michael Bolt Appointed to National Ocean Council Governance Coordinating Committee
Gale Courey Toensing
Michael Bolt, United South and Eastern Tribes ’ water expert, has been appointed to President Barack Obama’s National Ocean Council Governance Coordinating Committee where he will ...
Hopi Elders Speak Out on Senate Bill 2109
A group of Hopi elders has added their voices against the Navajo-Hopi Little Colorado River Water Rights Settlement Act of 2012...
Cutting-Edge Tourism: Aboriginal Tourism Association of British Columbia Educates and Preserves
Eight major cultural centers, numerous art galleries, museums, canoe voyages, wineries, hotels, golf courses and—yes—even casinos...
August Bracketed by Two Full Moons, One of Them Blue
Ever mention something that happens “once in a blue moon”? Well brace yourselves—that moon will be here at the end of the month. Tonight, August 1, is the month’s first full moon...
Kalispel Tribe Signs $39.5 Million Deal to Bolster Native Trout
The Kalispel Tribe has signed an agreement that will provide $39.5 million from the federal government to fund a 10-year program to help restore bull trout and westslope cutthroat ...
Delta Tunnel Costs Are 2.5 Times the Benefits: Study
The California Legislature recently failed to pass legislation requiring a cost-benefit analysis before the peripheral canal or tunnel is built—and it is no surprise that the bill ...
Opposition Grows For Navajos’ Planned Grand Canyon Escalade
Developers are pushing forward with a plan for a large-scale tourist destination on the Navajo Nation at a place held sacred by the Hopi Tribe, despite mounting opposition even amo...
Oil Company Under Fire in Amazon: New Inquiries, Exposés and Penalties Fuel Indigenous Movement
IQUITOS, Peru—The world that PlusPetrol has built in Peru’s Amazon over the last 16 years seems to be crumbling under the weight of the company’s alleged crimes...
Chevron Ordered to Pay an Extra $1 Billion in Fines by Ecuadorian Court, Total Now $19 Billion
Back when Chevron was first fined $18 billion for polluting the Amazon basin, sources said that it would probably be difficult to get the company to pay such an amount...
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