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10 Ways to Respect Your Elders
Mold Money: Federal Funds Available
The Problems of Tribal Recognition
Free Native Youth in Agriculture Summer
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Maine Paddlers Support Penobscot
Fighting for Right to Wear Feather
The Wild Pacific Meets Native Tourism
Video: Empowering Indigenous Women
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Marijuana vs. Salmon?
Native Slurs Demand More Than Just PC
Canada Judge Decries 'Cultural Genocide'
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Mold Money: Federal Funds Available for Cleaning Up Tribal Housing
Sixteen tribes can receive up to $800,000 apiece in federal...
Maine Paddlers Support Penobscot Fishing Rights in Rally
Paddlers in canoes and kayaks rallied in a flotilla of...
Fighting for Native Student’s Right to Wear Eagle Feather at Graduation
Editor’s Note: Clovis Unified School District and attorneys...
On the River of Discovery With Cheryl Crazy Bull and Women of Influence
This September, Dr. Cheryl Crazy Bull, the president and...
Marijuana vs. Salmon? Climate Change May Be Forcing Tough Choice
A perfect storm is converging on the tribes of the “Emerald...
Swordfish Skewers, Kills Fisherman After Broadbill Jabs His Chest
A fisherman in Hawaii was killed over the weekend after a 3...
Indian Country Headline News
Oral Health Disease Takes a Heavy Toll on Children, Adults
This article was produced and provided by the W.K. Kellogg Foundation...
Tsunami Levels Villages in Solomon Islands After 8.0 Earthquake
At least five people have been killed in a tsunami that swept across the western Solomon Islands after an 8.0-magnitude earthquake on February 6, though officials are still searchi...
Chickasaw Nation Withdraws $125 Million Bid to Buy Two Non-Indian Casinos
The Chickasaw Nation’s entertainment and gaming arm, Global Gaming Solutions , has retracted its $125 million offer made August 1 to buy two non-Indian casinos in Bossier City, Lou...
Labrador Helps New Jersey Rescue Team Find Dead Master
Over the weekend, Kentucky, a Labrador retriever, and his master Bjoern Waalberg went hiking in the heavily wooded hills of the Apshawa Preserve in West Milford, New Jersey...
Navajo Nation To Open First Arizona-Based Casino in May, Hire 800
After nearly two years of construction activity, the Twin Arrows Navajo Casino Resort —designed as the tribe’s flagship gaming facility—is expected to open in mid-May...
Navajo Nation President Ben Shelly Seeks $2.8 Million in Water-Damage Funding
Overwhelmed with damage to water systems in brutally freezing temperatures, Navajo Nation President Ben Shelly is asking for volunteers to help with repairs and is seeking up to $2...
City Rejected Mets’ Owners Pitch for Queens Casino Operated by Shinnecocks
Mets’ owners and the Shinnecock Indian Nation planned to join forces to launch a Las Vegas-style casino next to the Citi Field ballpark in Flushing, New York, reported The New York...
A Young Batwa Medical Student Advocates for Health Care for his People Forcefully Displaced From Their Forest in Uganda
For thousands of years the Batwa people lived in the Impenetrable Forest of Uganda...
NYT Magazine Covers High Hopes for the North Dakota Oil Boom
In a recent cover story for New York Times Magazine , contributor Chip Brown conveys North Dakota residents' virtuous ambitions of economic vitality rooted in the state’s shale roc...
Grant to MHA Nation Will Bolster Self-Governance, Wealth Management
The Northwest Area Foundation (NAF) recently gave away $2.7 million to 24 organizations and entities with the overarching goal of reducing poverty and building prosperity...
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