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‘Secret Path’ Film on Residential School
Seattle City Council Member Fears Dec. 5
San Manuel Band Tribute to Massacre Dead
New Old Jaguars; Canadian Word Police
Vision Maker: 4 Free Dec. Native Films
Native ‘Think Tank’ in Northwest
Post-Election Message to the 53 Percent
Health Pros Call for DAPL De-Escalation
Pics: “Roc Your Mocs” Support for NoDAPL
Ojibwe Religion Attacks Finally Solved?
NMAI: Native Art Markets This Weekend
Arizona Governor, Tribes Sign Compact
Northern Gateway Nixed, Kinder Approved
18th Annual Sand Creek Healing Run
McCoy Will Help Lead Wash. Sen. Dems
Decolonization Begins in the Mind
NoDAPL Dine’ Artist: Remy
'King's Highway' UNESCO Heritage Site?
CA Highways Were Indigenous Roads First
Thing About Skins
A Deadly Month: Police Shootings of Natives Spike in October
There were at least eight fatal police shootings of Native...
Neil Young Rocks Standing Rock on 71st Birthday
Neil Young’s 71st-birthday wish came true on Saturday among...
Indigenous Woman Will Run to Be Mexico’s Next President
Activists in Mexico intend to endorse an indigenous woman...
A Guide to Trump’s D.C. Game of Musical Chairs, Part I
President-elect Donald J. Trump reportedly was too...
Forsman, Brower Appointed to Key Federal Positions
President Obama appointed Suquamish Tribe Chairman Leonard...
Breaking: DAPL Construction on Hold Pending Further Review and Tribal Consultation
Citing historical injustices, environmental uncertainties...
Indian Country Headline News
Mutant Super-Wheat Spreading By Itself! Alarmed Farmers Sue Monsanto
From 1998 to 2005, agricultural biotech giant Monsanto planted genetically engineered glyphosate-resistant wheat in experimental fields in 16 states...
Dorgan Says Sequestration Just Another Name for Broken Promises
Former North Dakota Democratic Senator Byron Dorgan recently penned an opinion piece on The New York Times website titled “Broken Promises,” where Dorgan takes a closer look at how...
Potawatomi Break Ground on Biogas Plant—Converting Food Waste to Electricity
By this time next year, the Forest County Potawatomi Community-owned FCPC Renewable Generation, LLC is anticipated to complete its food waste-to-energy facility in Milwaukee, Wisco...
Thurman Cournoyer Sr., Chairman: NMAI’s Meet Native America Series
In the interview series Meet Native America, the Smithsonian National Museum of the American Indian invites tribal leaders, cultural figures, and other interesting and accomplished...
Make Frybread, Not War; Harvest Camp Uses Food to Spread Message
Mary Annette Pember
Occupants of the Penokee Harvest Camp are winning hearts and minds of mining supporters by appealing to their stomachs...
Study Says Poor Are Better Neighbors Than Rich People, More Vigilant
Researchers at the University of Missouri studied levels of community care and vigilance among residents living in high-crime, low-income areas...
Caffeine High: Navajo Zoo Partners To Sell Gourmet Coffee Blends
Over the past year, a joint venture has been brewing between the Navajo Nation Zoo and Kachina Tea & Coffee Company...
Grants To Grow On: New Funding Will Improve Food Security in Sonoran Desert
It takes both seeds and smarts to grow foods in the hot and dry Sonoran desert that only grows hotter and drier with global warming...
Quinoa Fever: Superfood's Soaring Popularity Is Killing South American Growers
The burgeoning global demand for quinoa may be negatively impacting the people who grow it, reports columnist Joanna Blythman for The Guardian ...
Automatic Weapons & Guards in Camo: Welcome to Mining Country, Wis.
Mary Annette Pember
Rob Ganson didn’t realize he was living in a war zone. On July 6, he was making his usual Saturday walk to one of the Gogegic Taconite drilling sites in the Penokee Hills...
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