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Purchase of Manhattan: Opera Tells Truth
Reparations for Victims of Napalm
5 Apps to Learn More About Natives
4 Risks When Cooking Turkey Tomorrow
Connecting the Dots on Climate Change
Louie Gong Taps Another Inspired Native
Native Folk, Rock, and Country 1966-1985
University of Utah Is 'Ute Proud'
Ole Miss Signs Choctaw Softball Standout
6 Insights Into the Sand Creek Massacre
EPA: Revitalizing Distressed Communities
Sen. Begich on Heritage Month
Video: Rural America Under Climate Siege
Grievance Against Begaye Dismissed
Ad: 'Who Will Dan Snyder Bully Next?'
300 California Natives Protest
What I'm Thankful For
Book Review: The Road Back to Sweetgrass
5 Website Primers on Native Americans
Connor Outlines Buy-Back Accomplishments
Thing About Skins
Battling Diabetes on Reservations: Bridging the Gap and Getting Healthy
Editor’s note: This is the second of two articles by the...
Mike Williams Races Toward Recovery
Mike Williams Sr., an Alaska Native political leader and...
EPA Climate Justice Blog: Veterans Love the Environment Too!
The U.S. Environmental Protection Agency’s (EPA)...
A Killer in Indian Country: CDC Talks Seat Belt Safety
“You can stay safe on the road by wearing seat belts...
EPA Climate Justice Blog: Healthy Homes—Protecting Children From Environmental Risks
Along the U.S.-Mexico Border, there are hundreds of...
Mapping the Market for Sex: Challenging Attitudes to Create Change
The business of sex trafficking young girls is a highly...
Health & Wellness
Video Spotlight: Past, Present and Future of Native Americans in Minneapolis
Native elders speak out about conditions in Minneapolis, Minnesota in the past, present and the future...
Coquille and Cousin Tribes to Share Canoe Culture at Ninth Annual Mill-Luck Salmon Celebration
When the salmon swim upstream in September, the Coquille Tribe of Oregon's southwest region share their heritage, culture and traditions over two days of weekend festivities that i...
Despite ICWA, Court Rules Navajo Child Will Remain With Non-Indian Guardians
The Arizona Court of Appeals has ruled that a Navajo child can stay with his non-native, non-relative guardians, despite a federal law that directs otherwise...
Missing the Laughter in the Language—A People’s Voice Silenced
Imagine waking up each morning to the sound of your nine brothers and sisters getting ready for the day...
Northwest Tribes and EPA Agree on Cleanup Plan for Upper Coeur d’Alene River Basin
It has taken more than 30 years, but the U.S...
The Meth Wave Is Crashing Down on Indian Country, Sweeping Away Lives and Dreams
Allie Hostler and Jacob Simas
He snorted his first line of dope when he was 15. He remembers the day...
Colville Tribes Head to Court Against Teck Resources on September 10
The Confederated Tribes of the Colville Reservation will get their day in court on September 10 against Teck Resources, a Canadian smelter that over the course of a century dumped ...
Notes From a Single Mom: Leaving So Soon? When Children Want To Live With the Other Parent
The day the kids move out . . . it’s a day that most parents anticipate with mixed emotions...
The Week That Was: The Big Stories in Indian Country
It's our weekly roundup of some of the big stories coming out of Indian country...
Navajo Family Overjoyed to Receive 200th Home From IRT, Complete With Running Water
On August 16 in Gallup, New Mexico, incoming residents of the 200th house built free-of-charge by Operation Footprint for local, less fortunate Navajo families cut a red ribbon in ...
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Reporter Says Obama Awarded Medal...
Children in the Crosshairs: Alaska Native Grandmother Fights ICWA Ruling
Tester’s Big Gamble: The Push for Indian Education, Health Care and Environment
AMERIND Risk Offers Halloween Safety Tips for Indian Country
Cherokee Nation Opens One-Stop Office in Sallisaw
Cherokee Nation Opens New $5M Substance Abuse Treatment Center
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