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New Bug School Finally Being Built
What Makes a Briefcase Warrior?
House Dems Want DAPL Permit Do-Over
William and Kate Visit Bella Bella
G2E Focuses on Sports Betting, eSports
A Cedar Hat for Obama!
Standing Rock Is On the Ballot
How to Capture an Election
First Presidential Debate: Stamina
Jimmy Carter: Signed ICWA into Law
Young Native Writers Drawn to Protest
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
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
Harvesting Wild Rice: Two Sticks and a Canoe
Indigenous-Friendly 'Snake Condoms' Are a Hit
Noni Eather and Michelle Latorre at the Snake Forum on indigenous sexual health...
LaDuke Tells Missouri State Students How to Build a Green Economy
Winona LaDuke , Anishinaabekwe (Ojibwe), discusses the durability of food and building a green economy in a video recording of her speech at Missouri State University.
Kathleen Sebelius Highlights Accomplishments in Indian Country
Being committed to working hand-in-hand with tribes across the country was the message Health & Human Services Secretary Kathleen Sebelius shared on March 1 during the National...
LaDuke: Cut Oil Dependency by Gardening
“We are a severely oil-addicted country,” the author, activist and economist Winona LaDuke told the Tamastslikt Cultural Institute in Pendleton, Oregon on February 28, reported the...
Pennsylvania to Track Environmental Health Issues
Pennsylvania’s departments of health and environmental protection have teamed up with the U.S...
CNN Post on James Arthur Ray Sweat Lodge Trial
CNN’s story about the “sweat lodge” trial of James Arthur Ray, under whose stewardship three people died in 2009 in a so-called vision quest, is drawing worldwide attention...
James Ray Sweat Lodge Trial Begins
Opening arguments are expected to commence today, March 1, for the trial of James Arthur Ray, the controversial spiritual leader who faces charges of manslaughter after three sweat...
Weakening Health Care Reform is Not the Solution
The Asian & Paci?c Islander American Health Forum (APIAHF) today urged the U.S...
Merging Medical Careers With Traditional Healing at Wake Forest
The Eastern Band of Cherokee Indians thinks more Cherokee medical experts will help address Indian health issues in culturally sensitive ways, reported Wake Forest University's New...
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