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‘Bring Me The Girl’: Why ‘The Revenant’ was Hard for My Friends and Me
When a friend brought over a copy of The Revenant I was...
Indigenous Advocates Press for Change After Canada Human Rights Ruling
In the wake of a landmark ruling on human rights and...
Murder By Poverty: Honor Student Dies From Dilapidated Housing
A 17-year-old Navajo girl has died of Hantavirus Pulmonary...
Scared and Spied On Under Harper, Why Child Advocate Didn't Give Up
Reprinted with permission from The Tyee. Fresh from victory...
Not Sold In Stores: Cherokee Nation to Disperse Heirloom Seeds February 1
The Cherokee Nation will begin dispersing its limited...
Supreme Court Rules Against Menominee Tribe, Denies Cert on NAGPRA Claim
In a unanimous decision January 25, the U.S. Supreme Court...
Health & Wellness
Notes From a Single Mom: Gender Differences— Moms Raising Boys, Dads Raising Girls
Boys and girls are different. Everyone knows that. So how hard is it for single mothers to raise boys and single fathers to raise girls?...
Agricultural Co-op Teaches Navajos How To Butcher a Hog
About 50 people who attended a hog-butchering workshop on the Navajo Nation last week are used to processing sheep. But for most, handling a 300-pound hog was something new...
Elderly Protection Teams Work to Stop Abuse
While more than 30 tribal governments across the country have implemented elder abuse codes, some Indian communities and concerned citizens have taken a more proactive role to ensu...
Nisqually Indian Tribe Awards $2.5 Million to Community Groups
The Nisqually Indian Tribe has distributed approximately $2.5 million in grant funds to local groups to keep people safe, help children succeed, improve community health, honor vet...
Miss Indian Nations Shares Message of Hope in the New Year
Shannon C. Hooper, 26, a member of the Shoshone & Paiute Tribes, was crowned Miss Indian Nations in September 2012...
Notah Begay Reporting Live for NBC Sports, Golf Channel
Starting tomorrow at the Sony Open at Waialae Country Club in Honolulu, Hawaii, Notah Begay III will be walking the course with a different agenda...
2012 Hottest on Record in Contiguous United States: NOAA
Characterized by raging wildfires, drought, higher-than-average temperatures and extreme weather, 2012 has earned the dubious distinction of being the hottest year on record in the...
Shakopee Awards $302,500 in Education and Youth Grants
On January 7, the Shakopee Mdewakanton Sioux Community in Prior Lake, Minnesota announced $302,500 in grants to 13 organizations, most of which are educational and primarily serve ...
USDA: American Indian Farmers and Ranchers Need to Stand Up and Be Counted
The United States Department of Agriculture's (USDA) National Agricultural Statistics Service released the following notice urging Native farmers and rancheres to fill out their ce...
Tribes Take on Youth Suicide With Skits, Ceremonies and Mustangs
On the Pine Ridge Indian Reservation, youngsters perform skits they hope will lower their tribe’s youth-suicide rate...
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