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When Will There Be a N8V American Prez?
Student Spotlight: Tsieboo Herne
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
Violence: US Has Selective Memory
5 for Fighting Indian Law Practitioners
Montreal First People’s Festival 2016
Bestseller Apache “Indeh” by Ethan Hawke
Obliterated Tribal Fisheries Get Fixed
2 Paiute Students Succeed
Energy Independence: Soboba Goes Solar
Moya-Smith: At the DNC, Rain and Madness
Native American Council Kicks Off DNC
Pokémon Go Stop on Sacred Burial Site
Coolidge: Adopted by Tribe
Thing About Skins
Home Detention for Park Service Grave Robber
When NAGPRA, the Native American Graves Protection and...
Healing Historical Trauma Through Spiritual Activism
When Idle No More Washington Director Sweetwater Nannauck...
ICWA: Lexi to Remain with Utah Family in Appeals Court Ruling
On Friday, the California Second District Court of Appeals...
Canyon De Chelly: Stunning Views and a Window Into Ancient Lives
It has been inhabited contiguously for nearly 5,000 years,...
Disenrollment Kills Nooksack Language Revitalization Program
“Talk in English!” ordered Nooksack Tribal Chairman Bob...
‘There are No Words’: Reviving Canoe Culture on the Upper Columbia River
If you build them, they will come. It began, as many things...
Human Zoo: For Centuries, Indigenous Peoples Were Displayed as Novelties
In 1893 a group of indigenous Aymara Bolivian men traveled to the United States so that they could be put on display at the 1893 Chicago World’s Fair Columbian Exposition, which ce...
Nova Scotia Aboriginals Remember Lobster Dealer Joe Blinn
When non-Natives harassed Mi’kmaq fishermen, he offered the aboriginals his land. When federal authorities confiscated their lobster traps, he bought them new ones...
No Longer Circling the Wagons: Many National Parks Get Indian Stories Wrong
National parks are America’s great outdoor classrooms, and they attract about 300 million visitors a year, from school groups to senior citizens, mountain climbers to families in m...
Atleo Blessing Helps Bid Final Farewell to Jack Layton
With a blessing bestowed by Assembly of First Nations National Chief Shawn A-in-chut Atleo, Canada began its final farewell to New Democratic Party leader Jack Layton...
Paintballer Gets 15 Months for Damaging Native American Petroglyphs
According to the Las Vegas Sun , 21-year-old David Smith of Bullhead City, Arizona will spend 15 months in prison, pay $9,995 in restitution and perform 50 hours of community servi...
Granite Construction Seeks to Delay Liberty Quarry Vote
An August 25 letter from Granite Construction —the company that has proposed building a quarry in Riverside County, California—asks the Riverside County Planning Commission to post...
Oklahoma State Tourism Launches Genealogy Web Tool
To cash in on the rising popularity of genealogical research, TravelOK.com —Oklahoma’s travel and tourism website—has launched a genealogy resources page...
Aboriginal Tributes Pour in for Layton as Thousands Pay Respects in Ottawa and Toronto
When he stepped down to battle cancer in June, New Democratic Party leader Jack Layton promised he would return to Parliament Hill in Ottawa...
Native American Librarian Takes Pride in Special Collection
This photo, from NSU, shows the John Vaughan Library. The Special Collections section can be found on the second floor...
Widespread Heartbreak as Flight 6560 Victims Identified
A leading scientist. Two inseparable sisters, torn asunder at ages six and seven. A man flying on his 49th birthday, en route from his sister’s funeral...
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