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DAPL: Water Protectors Brace for Winter
Paiutes Triumph in Court
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McAdam’s Efforts to Protect the Land
Civil Rights Leaders Join Protectors
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Bully No More
#NoDAPL in Historical Context
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Congress: Pay Attention to Natives
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Thing About Skins
Domestic Violence Awareness Month: A Powerful Letter from a Survivor
Editor’s Note: Karah Frank submitted her victim’s impact...
NB3 Foundation Takes Aim at Sugary Beverages
Sugary-sweetened beverages are the single largest category...
Ask N NDN: A Native Youth’s Perspective on White House Tribal Nations Conference
My name is Cierra Fields. I am 17 and a member of the...
Indigenous Wisdom and Academic Learning Converge at Native Nutrition Conference
Organizers and participants alike say the First Annual...
Bad Weather Cuts 2016 Manoomin Harvest in Half
Manoomin—Ojibwe for “the good berry,” known to many as wild...
Tribunal Raps Canada’s Knuckles on Children’s Rights
Not good enough. That’s the latest from the Canadian Human...
Health & Wellness
Tahnee Robinson Signs with Nike
Nike N7 Tahnee Robinson, senior guard on the University of Nevada women’s basketball team, was the 31st overall pick in the Women’s National Basketball Association (WNBA) draft on ...
Gun Lake Tribe Constructs Homes for Elderly
The Gun Lake Band of Pottawatomie Indians recently completed construction on nine homes for tribal elders on a block in its Bradley, Michigan-based reservation, reported The Allega...
Native Distance Runners Star in ‘Run to the East’ Documentary
A new documentary, Run to the East , about three American Indian high school distance runners and Wings of America participants, made its debut at The Arizona International Film Fe...
Oglala Lakota Man Reclaims His Health in Documentary ‘Good Meat’
Good Meat reveals how a former high school star athlete, who became obese after years of poor diet and lack of exercise, reclaimed his health by returning to his traditional Oglala...
Indigenous Leaders Meet About Health Care
Health care for indigenous in Brazil can be related in ways like health care services in the United States for American Indians. The quality is lacking...
Tribes File to Protect Indian Health Law
WASHINGTON – Illustrating growing concern from tribal officials that the so-called permanent reauthorization of the Indian Health Care Improvement Act could be in danger both in Co...
Enjoy Spring’s Edible Blooms Fresh or Fried
Dale Carson “Eat your flowers and weeds,” my Mama would say. Every spring I think, and can almost see, my mother saying these words with a sly smile and a twinkle in her eye...
Morongo Tribe Hosts 4th Annual Torch Run for Special Olympics
Gale Courey Toensing
Event raises funds for Special Olympics CABAZON – The Morongo Band of Mission Indians hosted the kick-off ceremony for the local Law Enforcement Torch Run to raise funds for the Sp...
Mother Earth Water Walk Starts April 10
Water, water, everywhere, nor any drop to drink. Like the ancient mariner in the poem, Josephine Mandamin once lived surrounded by water and yet often had none to drink...
15 Tribal Nutrition Education Projects Get USDA Grants
Fifteen tribal nutrition education projects in 10 states, totaling $1 million, will help participants of the USDA's Food Distribution Program on Indian Reservations (FDPIR), increa...
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