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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
Reunions: Growing Up, Growing Wiser
Navajo Closer to Water Rights Settlement
Pipeline Spill Hits First Nations Water
Seneca, NIGA 'Rising Leader' Promoted
Two Spirit Native Dancers at SF Pride
Video: Youth Sing Grassy Narrows Love
Eyre, Studi, Farmer, Goodluck & Martinez
Mother Objects to Use of Son’s Name
Films Explore Cultural Appropriation
Tribes Turn Out in Record Numbers at DNC
2016 Hot List: Native Businesses
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...
‘Stirring the Pot’: An Act of Digital Repatriation
While visiting the Tuscarora Nation—the smallest of the Haudenosaunee (Iroquois) communities in western New York—in 1913, Joseph Dixon photographed six individuals, and those image...
Women’s History Month Honors Suzan Shown Harjo, Betty Mae Tiger Jumper
March 1 marks the first day of Women’s History Month, and this year finds two Native women among the 16 honorees designated for 2016...
Video: Cherokee Elder Talks Back Then Games, Chores and School
Cherokee Elder Joan Jumper Spade was one of five children. She remembers playing a game like dice with her siblings...
Video: Cherokee Elder Remembers Making Lye Soap and Stealing Horses
One of nine children, Cherokee Elder Lawrence Scott spent a lot of time during his childhood helping his grandmother make lye soap. He also grew up speaking Cherokee...
Iroquois Nation Reps, Clan Mothers, Gather for 222nd Annual Canandaigua Treaty Ceremony
Iroquois Nation leaders, clan mothers and other tribal members gathered in Washington, DC on Monday to renew a 222-year-old treaty between the U.S...
National Council Does Not Condone Faux Native American Churches or Marijuana Use
Native American Churches
There is a growing trend in the United States, of organizations adopting the name “Native American Church” as a means of trying to obtain the protection of federal law, which was e...
Video: In Memory of Raymond Hummingbird
Cherokee Elder Raymond Hummingbird, who walked on just after his 93rd birthday on December 28, 2015, is remembered in this video interview he did for the Cherokee Nation...
Retrieving Homelands: Osage Nation Wins Bid for Ted Turner’s 43,000-Acre Bluestem Ranch
The Osage Nation has won a bid to buy the 43,000-acre Bluestem Ranch from Cable News Network founder Ted Turner, restoring some of the 1.2 million acres the tribe owned until the e...
Video: Cherokee Elder Talks Candy and Santa Claus
Cherokee Elder Louise Robbins talks about her twin sister, and little brother, who was born when she and her sister were 7 years old...
Steve Russell: In Search of Will Rogers via 'The Verdigris'
Beau Jennings is a guitar picker who admits to a Will Rogers obsession...
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