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First Native Woman to Address DNC
Social Media Blasts Warriors Racist Logo
Weekly Pow Wow Planner: 7-28 to 7-31
Diné College Adds 3 Bachelor’s Programs
First Chickasaw Business: Artesian Hotel
Chief David Bald Eagle Walks On at 97
Donald Trump and Federal Indian Policy
How To Be A Successful Native Lawyer
Delta Aquarid Sparkling Shooting Stars
Raina Thiele: Praises Obama Admin
Riders Complete 100-Mile Nez Perce Ride
Part 4 of Daniels v. Canada/Crown
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
Thing About Skins
Home Detention for Park Service Grave Robber
When NAGPRA, the Native American Graves Protection and...
Were Some Petroglyphs Inspired By Chinese Explorers?
According to the Epoch Times, an expert on ancient Chinese...
The ‘Renewal’ Era Has Begun: A Native Owned Blanket Company
For many Native peoples, the gift of a woolen blanket is a...
Flooding in Northern Wisconsin Hits Bad River Reservation
Wisconsin Governor Scott Walker declared a state of...
Through Our Eyes: A Mohawk Remembers the World Trade Center Job Site
My father had a picture in his workshop. I noticed it when...
Luger: Four Ways to Maintain Healthy Social Media Habits
Regardless of what’s going on in the world, social media is...
Indian Country Headline News
‘Stark Racial Disparities’ Persist in Classrooms
Tanya H. Lee
Our systemic failure to educate some groups of children as well as others tears at the moral fabric of the nation – U.S. Education Sec. John King U.S. Education Secretary John B...
Two-Week Blockade Forces Colombia to Open Dialogue on Indigenous Rights
Two weeks after 100,000 activists staged a massive nationwide strike and blockade, the Colombian government and leaders of the Minga — the mobilization — met to suspend the demonst...
Moya-Smith: Orlando Was a Mass Shooting. So Was Wounded Knee
On Sunday morning, I turned on the tube, and there on CNN, splayed across the screen like an epitaph, were the typed words, “WORST MASS SHOOTING IN U.S...
Roots of Orlando Massacre Go Back 200 Years to Indian Wars
Tanya H. Lee
The tragedy that occurred in Orlando in the early morning hours of June 12 did not begin a year ago, or a decade ago...
Fertile Ground II: Food and Health in Indian Country
Tanya H. Lee
When funders with open minds meet with “moccasins on the ground” in healthcare and nutrition advocacy, bold ideas and revolutionary strategies can result...
‘A Slow Genocide’: Gunmen Attack Indigenous Again In Brazil
Gunmen attacked a Guarani Kaiowa village in northern Brazil this week, killing one man and wounding six others, including a 12-year old boy...
At Rest for the Moment: Update on Mauna Kea Anti-TMT Movement
This time a year ago activists were busy bringing attention to their opposition to the proposed Thirty Meter Telescope to be built atop the most sacred of all places in Hawaii, Mau...
Moya-Smith: For Hundreds of Years, People Have Been Slaughtered in the U.S.
Too many families and too many friends in this country have had to mourn the death of too many loved ones far too often...
Obama Not Reducing Size of Navajo Nation: Fake News Release Debunked
The federal government says a U.S...
Fake Sioux, Cheyenne, Dakota Dances Thrive in South America
Tens of thousands of South Americans gather on July 16 every year in a small town in the Atacama desert for a ceremony witnessed by almost 200,000 visitors...
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