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Moya-Smith: Clinton, Trump, Spit Buckets
Wikipedia Wants Improved Native Content
White House Outlines Massive Outreach
Fossil Fuels Investment Takes Nosedive
Sierra Club: No DAPL!
Early Voting Starts Soon
Create a Cabinet Level Dept. for Natives
Mother and Daughter Graduate Together
Cabrillo: No Ceremony in Kumeyaay
The Week That Was: September 25, 2016
NMU Awarded Grant to Increase STEM
50 Faces of Indian Country 2016 Mag!
Obama’s Legacy On the Line:Dakota Access
DAPL: Climate Justice Meets Racism
Fighting to Protect ‘Living Forests’
Cherokee Elder Talks Doll-Making
What Does ‘Tribe’ Mean?
Federal Agencies Seek Input From Tribes
Sacred Ground Sold to Dakota Access
Rowling Take on N8V Culture is Dangerous
Thing About Skins
EPA Announces Plans to Begin Next Phase of Navajo Uranium Mine Cleanup
Federal officials took the first step this week toward a...
In the Kitchen With Chef Nephi Craig
I wanted to visit the Sunrise Park Resort after I started...
Apache Puberty Rites: 6 Girls Attain Womanhood
Editor’s Note: Mescalero Apache Vice President Gabe Aguilar...
Sioux Chef Has a Plan: Introduce Traditional Native Cuisine One Region at a Time
When you think of Native American cuisine, what comes to...
The Age of Acorns: Sustaining Life for Generations
Acorns represented life for Indigenous Peoples, figuring...
Tuscarora Seek Food Sovereignty Through Seed Bank
For many, the word “sovereignty” is linked to ideas about...
Health & Wellness
Innovative Program Helps Native Women Transition Out of Prison
Ask Myrna Taylor Crazy Bull what it’s like to come back home after being surrounded 24 hours a day by barbed wire and steel bars, and like many of Oregon’s other Native women priso...
World AIDS Day: American Indians Join the Fight ‘Getting to Zero’ New HIV Infections
Niki Graham December 1 marks World AIDS Day , a global health day first held in 1988 to unite people in the fight against HIV/AIDS, show support for people living with HIV/AIDS and...
Aboriginal AIDS Awareness Week Kicks Off With World AIDS Day
Across the globe, health groups are striving to bring awareness of the scourges of HIV and AIDS in this 30th year of the first documented case...
Some Apple Juice Contains High Levels of Arsenic
Findings from a study released Wednesday reveal there are dangerous levels of arsenic and lead in some apple juice, reported ABC News ...
Chinook Indian Nation to Close Food Bank
After 25 years of operation, the Chinook Indian Nation is shutting down its food bank in Chinook, the small southwest Washington town, because it can't pay the building's monthly r...
Study Shows Heading a Soccer Ball Could Lead to Brain Damage
Soccer is a sport that many educators in Indian Country, including influential and hugely important foundations like Notah Begay's NB3 Foundation , have turned to the sport as a gr...
Scholarships Available for Online Maternal and Child Health Graduate Program
Gale Courey Toensing
American Indian mothers and children in underserved areas of the country are more at risk for health problems than most other populations...
Standing Rock Sioux Harvest Gardens and Buffalo to Fight Diabetes, Restore Health
"They like to be on high ground, so they can keep an eye on us,” said Mike Faith, vice chairman of the Standing Rock Sioux Tribe ...
Diabetics Need to Pay Extra Close Attention to Their Teeth and Gums
Big Brothers Big Sisters Draft Basketball Star Tahnee Robinson as Spokesperson
Many recognize Tahnee Robinson for playing guard for the University of Nevada and for being the first American Indian to be drafted by the WNBA ...
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