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Thrill Killing Cecil the Lion
Oil Leaked for 2 Weeks in Alberta Canada
Are We On the Rez Yet?
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
AIGC, Accounting Firm Create Scholarship
30-year-long Dispute Over Fishing Territ
‘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
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...
Forgotten No More: Oneidas Donate to Start a Revolutionary Museum
WASHINGTON – The leadership and citizens of the Oneida Indian Nation (OIN) of New York think it is important to pay homage to its role in the Revolutionary War in order to help Ame...
Wakarusa Wetlands Dispute Decided in Tenth Circuit Court
A group of students from Haskell Indian Nations University lost a major skirmish in their battle to save the Wakarusa Wetlands, long associated with Haskell history and traditional...
Women’s Health Rights Advocate, Joan Dunlop, Walks On
Joan Dunlop, an advocate for women’s health rights, walked on June 29 at her home in Lakeville, Connecticut...
Oneida Indian Nation Donates $10M to Museum of The American Revolution
This morning, Oneida Indian Nation Representative Ray Halbritter and other OIN leaders joined the leadership of The American Revolution Center in Washington, D.C...
New York-Size Ancient Native City Offers an 'Indiana Jones Moment'
As more details emerge about the ancient city dubbed Mantle, near Toronto, Ontario, it is becoming clear that this is one of the major archaeological discoveries ever made in North...
Joseph Bruchac Takes Center Stage for Storytelling Live!
Abenaki storyteller and author Joseph Bruchac is this week's storyteller in residence at the Mary B. Martin Storytelling Hall...
Commemorating the Beginning of the War of 1812 on Mackinac Island
In the first “battle” on U.S. soil during the War of 1812, the British won the day without a shot fired at an enemy...
Indigenous Nations Prefer Citizenship to Secession, Though Some Have Tried
Stay or go? When it comes to Indian tribes and the United States, the answer has almost always been the former. And for that, there are many reasons. When the U.S...
How Did a Spanish Axe Wind Up in Toronto 100 Years Before Europeans?
Curse of The Axe is a documentary about the archeological discovery of Mantle, the largest Huron First Nations village discovered to date...
Digging Deep Into the World of the Fremont Indians
It’s usually painful to dig up the past. But for some Brigham Young University students, unearthing the past has been downright thrilling...
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