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Nunavut Teens Create Vibrant Mural
Native Journalists Take Over DC
Journalist Leaves a Bright Legacy
Cecil the Lion’s Killer Is U.S. Dentist
Gov. Inslee Continues to Impress
Christians: Will Saying Sorry Be Enough?
Gyasi Ross Schools 'Em With 'Harvard'
Video: Comedian Lee Camp on Land Grab
Outrage Over Mural of Natives in Bondage
Montt Trial Suspended Again
How Can Tribes Relate to Off-Res Citizen
Houska: Indiana School Drops R-Word
What We Know About Death of Henry
Manning: Justice for Circle Bear
In Search of an Authentic Indian
Disappearing Indians, Part II
Rep. Ron Bishop and The Real 'Bull Crap'
Well For Culture: Mocs You Should Rock
Photos:Seneca Nation Pow Wow Honors Vets
16 Rep. Candidates Compete to Survive
Thing About Skins
How Can Tribes Relate to Off-Reservation Citizens Better? Study Aims to Help
How do you define “home?” “Home is where one starts from”...
In Search of an Authentic Indian: Notes on the Self
I started writing this in the aftermath of the Rachel...
New Fort Robinson Memorial Will Honor Crazy Horse and His Band
Crazy Horse was killed at Fort Robinson in 1877, marked...
Two Studies Find Ties Between Native Americans and Australia; Disagree on Everything Else
Two new research studies, published in two separate...
NAGPRA Awards $1.5 Million for Repatriation of Ancestors' Remains and Sacred Objects
Remains of more than 300 ancestors could soon return home,...
Facebook Group Connects Homeless Alaska Natives and Their Families
On June 12 Jerry Marsha Riley posted a picture of her...
Daffodil Princess Walks On
Rather than the princess herself, a photo of Alexandria Tyler Cole will be placed on her seat on the Queen’s Float in Saturday’s Grand Floral Parade during the Daffodil Festival...
American Indian Rights Activist Walks On
Agnes Dill, a renowned educator and lifelong proponent of American Indian rights passed away March 17. She was 98...
University Recognizes Native Students With Awareness Week and Powwow
Black Hills State University has the highest percentage of Native American students of all universities in South Dakota, according to Urla Marcus, director of BHSU’s Center for Ame...
For Navajo Nation Citizens, Finding Unrelated Mates Within Tribe Becoming Difficult
Navajo Nation tribal member Kelvin Long, 36, chuckles at the memory: He’d taken a year off from work, and a would-be co-worker lured him back by inviting him to a meeting in Flagst...
A New Attack on Repatriation
Who owns the past? That’s the headline of an editorial in the April copy of Scientific American . The question is occasioned by regulations that the U.S...
The Gods of Prophetstown: Review and Interview
Chronicle of a Takeover Foretold: Book Review What began as Adam Jortner’s doctoral dissertation became instead an in-depth look at the complexities of religion and politics and th...
Raising Dam Would Drown Sacred Site
For thousands of years, Winnemem Wintu once lived at their village of Kaibai along the flats of the then powerful McCloud River outside Redding in Northern California...
Trees Bent By American Indians Being Identified and Preserved
"If they could talk, the stories they could tell," Steve Houser, an arborist and founding member of the Dallas Historic Tree Coalition , told the Associated Press ...
An Evening of Hula at Carleton College
The Carleton College Weitz Center for Creativity Auditorium will be filled with the sights and sounds of traditional Hula April 7...
Ho-Chunk Nation: Portrait of a People
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