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New Red Lake Nation College Taking Shape
Osage Policy Honors Service Men & Women
It’s Official: The Kitty Litter Did It
10 Ways Youth Can Learn Their Culture
Navajo Police Put Their Lives In Danger
Deadly Medical Experiment on Yanomami
Second Native American Eatery Opens
Mascot Bill Sponsor Gets More Hate Mail
Halbritter Speaks at Columbia University
50 Most Inspiring DearNativeYouth Tweets
George Monbiot on Soil Degradation
18-Year-Old Director Visits White House
Exploring the Next 10,000 Years
$5 Million Nutrition Campaign Launches
Casino Follies; GOP Ponders Cruz Control
Instant Horse Racing Bill Passes
Dja Dja Wurrung Wants Ancestral Art Back
Jenkins: Where’s The Outcry?
Navajo Leaders Disrespect Voting Rights
Blumenthal Flip Flops on Federal Rec
Thing About Skins
Gallery: Fighting Against Historical Trauma, the Yup’ik Way
Calricaraq means (Healthy Living) in Yup’ik and is unlike...
Could Seattle City Council Get a Native Member in 2015?
Debora Juarez, Blackfeet, said her preparation for a...
Navajo Nation Reaches Out to IACHR in San Francisco Peaks Battle
The Navajo Nation is seeking international help to protect...
Battle Continues In Effort to Keep Statement Sealed and Fairbanks Four Behind Bars
An Alaska inmate is asking a state court to keep from being...
Meskwaki Nation Opposes New Pipeline Threat That Could Rival Keystone XL
The Sac & Fox Tribe of the Mississippi in Iowa (...
Cheyenne-Arapaho Tribes Receive $6.5 Million From Frozen Account
The Cheyenne-Arapaho Tribes have just received $6,496,276...
Indian Country Headline News
The Living Library Project Turns People into Books
Gale Courey Toensing
It is a novel idea: Gather in a library a group of individuals who represent stereotypes where people can “borrow” and “read” them instead of books...
Military Veterans to Benefit From Changes to the Post 9/11 G.I. Bill
On Wednesday, October 1, the Department of Veterans Affairs held a conference call to inform military veterans about changes to the Post 9/11 G.I. Bill. The Post 9/11 G.I...
Dalai Lama Interview on Tolerance
It was one of those few perfect sunshine days when you can smell the summer, flowers, trees and grass, and feel the warm touch of sunlight on your skin with temperatures of 35 degr...
Columbus Day Protest Widens
Smoldering and flaming, copies of two documents that initiated the destruction of Native cultures went up in smoke to loud cheers October 8, as opponents of the Columbus Day Parade...
Wounded Knee Post Office Under Siege, Citizens Fear Losing a Critical Service
Residents of Wounded Knee, South Dakota, on the Pine Ridge Indian Reservation , are facing the latest assault on their community with dread...
Mass Boycott of Missing Women Commission by Advocacy Groups
The British Columbia Civil Liberties Association and Amnesty International have officially opted out of participation in hearings before the provincial Missing Women Commission of ...
Procurement Specialist Ready to Help Indian Companies Sell to Feds
Working out of a quiet office in Chandler, Arizona, a suburb of Phoenix, Venessa Gleich brings 20 years of federal procurement experience to help Indian-owned companies sell to the...
Columbus Day 2011
Denver’s two-decade history of protest against the Columbus Day parade will be tested October 8...
Aboriginal-RCMP Saskatchewan Clashes Prompt Concern
Quick community action in concert with Royal Canadian Mounted Police (RCMP) presence helped diffuse a volatile situation on the Red Earth Cree Nation reserve in Saskatoon earlier t...
Sisseton Wahpeton Oyate Passes Landmark Sexual-Abuse Statute
“We’re so relieved,” said Mary Jane Wanna, 65, of the Sisseton Wahpeton Oyate council’s passage of a new childhood-sexual-abuse statute, which will allow tribal members to file cla...
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