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Video: Mashing Beans, Eating Squirrel
The Politics of Cigarette Litter
50 Provocative #DearNonNatives Tweets
Stranded Motorist Kills Crow Helpers
Cellmate Is Suspect in Death of Man
Amanda Blackhorse: NAJA Keynote Speaker
Fat Cat News; Mayan Mystery
Moose Deaths Blamed on Moose-Death Study
Native Language: Pathway to Traditions
30-year-long Dispute Over Fishing Territ
AIGC, Accounting Firm Create Scholarship
‘Rekindling Embers of Sovereignty'
AIANTA Announces Tourism Conference
Sage Bond, Navajo, Eyes 'American Idol'
'Indian Attack' Pulled From 5K Race
Three Native Actors Filming in S. Africa
Native American Man Was Set on Fire
Standing Ovation Opens Montreal Festival
Cowboy, Rabbit and Border Town Violence
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...
Minnesota Historical Society Reflects on 150th Anniversary of the U.S.-Dakota War of 1862
This year marks the 150 th anniversary of the U.S.-Dakota War of 1862 and the Minnesota Historical Society is encouraging discussion and reflection about what it dubs “a tragic tim...
Code Talker Reuben Curley Walks On
On August 4, the Navajo Nation was sad to hear that it lost another Code Talker. Reuben Curley, 96, walked on at his home in Flagstaff, Arizona...
Sacred Sites Hearings Begin With Concerns Over Renewable Energy Projects
The first in a series of hearings regarding sacred sites between the U.S. Interior Department and tribal leaders was held Monday in Albuquerque, New Mexico...
Wisconsin Tribes Struggle to Save Their Brothers the Wolves From Sanctioned Hunt
Mary Annette Pember
“Is nothing sacred anymore?” asked Mike Wiggins, chairman of the Bad River Ojibwe Tribe in Wisconsin, in reaction to the proposed wolf hunt in the state...
Documentary Follows Native Students Learning and Preserving Tewa Language
In November 2009, Santa Fe Preparatory School in Santa Fe, New Mexico sent out a newsletter announcing a self-study curriculum in which Native teenagers would study the Tewa langua...
Many Californians Working to Revitalize Native Languages
L. Frank Manriquez, Acjachemem/Rarámuri/Tongva, has been part of that effort for the past two decades...
Native Artist Robby McMurtry Fatally Shot by Deputy
Robby McMurtry, who was of Comanche descent, was a pillar of the community in the small town of Morris, Oklahoma...
Chocolate May Have Been More Than a Beverage to the Maya
Long thought to be a beverage reserved for the ruling class and priests, archaeologists from the National Institute of Anthropology and History say chocolate could have been used f...
Hoopa Tribe Helps Destroy 26,600 Marijuana Plants Invading Sacred Land
As if sanctioned industrial development on sacred tribal lands weren’t enough, the Hoopa Tribe in California is also contending with desecration by organized crime growing marijuan...
Archaeologists Uncover Hundreds of Bones in Unusual Aztec Burial in Mexico
The remains of a young woman were found surrounded by 1,789 human bones in Mexico City’s Templo Mayor—a find that is the first of its kind in the Aztec culture according to researc...
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