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From Burmese to German: Matika Wilbur Makes New Yorkers Guess Who’s Indigenous
Burmese. Hispanic. Brazilian. These are just some of the...
What’s Going on With Congress? A Three-Way Debate With Huge Implications for Indian Country
So what is going on with Congress? One Speaker of the House...
Alaska Is First State to Rename Columbus Day to Indigenous Peoples’ Day
This October 12 was momentous in Alaska, both Anchorage...
How to Help Valley Fire Victims in California: Events, Fund-Raisers and Donations
Numerous events are being held to raise funds and provide...
Deadly Drug in Crosshairs: IHS Funds Anti-Meth Programs
The Indian Health Service has awarded more than 100 grants...
Middletown Rancheria Pomo Provide Shelter, Aid to Valley Fire Victims
Four residents died. Four firefighters were injured. More...
Indian Country Headline News
Zuni Pueblo and USDA Begin 'Self Help Housing' Program for 12 Families
On May 7, 12 Zuni Pueblo families and United States Department of Agriculture Rural Development State Director Terry Brunner broke ground on the construction of the Pueblo’s first ...
Remembering Senator Daniel Inouye on Victory in Europe Day
Today, May 8, is celebrated as Victory in Europe Day ...
Gardening Gone Wild: Composting Is Sexy
It’s natural. Healthy, even. It’s a little steamy and slightly dirty. And if you do it right, it will increase fertility. Even the city kids are doing it...
Chief Illiniwek Group Pushes for Return of Mascot at Illinois Campus
The Council of Chiefs, a group made up of former University of Illinois (UI) students who had portrayed Chief Illiniwek, is pushing a plan that would return the mascot to campus...
Descending Drought Puts Klamath Tribes and Farmers on Brink of Water War
The Klamath Tribes possess the oldest water rights in the nation, and as the Los Angeles Times reports, these Indigenous Peoples of Oregon are about to reclaim what they have been ...
Meet the New Miss and Junior Miss Indian Oklahoma
Robynn Rulo, a member of the Osage, Delaware, Quapaw and Shawnee tribes, is the new Miss Indian Oklahoma. She was crowned on May 4 by the Oklahoma Federation of Indian Women ...
Entrepreneurs To Vie for $20K in New RES California Business Plan Competition
Entrepreneurs will pitch their businesses and compete to win $20,000 by presenting their business plans to a panel of judges at the Reservation Economic Summit (RES) to be held at ...
Native Heritage for Amanda Berry, One of Cleveland's Missing Women?
“Help me, I am Amanda Berry, I’ve been kidnapped and I’ve been missing for 10 years. And I’m here, I’m free now,” those were the words a 911 dispatcher heard the night of May 6...
Health and Harmony in the Workplace: How to Say ‘No’ When Necessary
Whether we like it or not, sometimes we sometimes have to say no to a customer, boss, or co-worker...
The New York Times: Politics Played a Big Role in Keepseagle
The most respected newspaper in the country has pointed out the sour political undercurrent in the 2011 Keepseagle settlement that awarded $760 million to Native American farmers f...
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