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How Far Will North Dakota Go?
DAPL: Water Protectors Brace for Winter
Paiutes Triumph in Court
9 Reasons to Be Hopeful About Education
McAdam’s Efforts to Protect the Land
Civil Rights Leaders Join Protectors
A Landslide Election: Great for Natives?
Before Shailene Woodley’s Arrest
Ruffalo, DiCaprio, Jesse Jackson in ND
Seminole-owned Hard Rock President & CEO
Bully No More
#NoDAPL in Historical Context
Al Gore Supports Standing Rock, NoDAPL
‘Promised Land’ Will Make You Mad
The Wizarding World of Donald Trump
Native Women Rowers: Bronze & Superfund
100 Years Documentary Highlights Cobell
Justice Dept Still Delaying DAPL Permits
Archambault Requests DOJ Investigation
14 Days Out: Election Day
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
From Mexico to Montreal: Cesar Gachupin de Dios Makes Stone Soup at the First Peoples' Festival
“Cebolla, cilantro, epazote,” says Cesar Gachupin de Dios, scooping up onion, cilantro and a Mexican herb into a hollowed-out gourd before adding a few spoonfuls of briny-looking c...
Cheyenne River Will Learn to Eat Like the Ancestors With Chef Loretta Barrett Oden
Native chef, food historian, and lecturer Loretta Barrett Oden will visit the Cheyenne River Youth Project August 11 to 12 for the nonprofit’s “Learning to Eat Like Our Ancestors” ...
Gangs, Sex Trafficking and Meth Interconnected in Indian Country
Organized criminal gangs are targeting casinos in tribal jurisdictions to facilitate drug sales and sex trafficking, and drugs are being trafficked by large non-Native organization...
USDA Awards $2.2M to Remote Native Villages
Once, rural Native communities were cut off from the rest of the world...
Appaloosa Riders Complete 100-Mile Nez Perce Trail Ride
The Nez Perce Trail is rugged, and often remote, but 167 horseback riders—both Indian and non-Indian—recently completed the annual 100-mile ride along it...
Breaking News: 13-year-old Lakota Girl Gunned Down on Pine Ridge
Wednesday morning, just after 3 a.m., 13-year-old Teca Clifford was gunned down in front of three of her friends on the main street of Pine Ridge Village on the Pine Ridge Reservat...
Just Move It: Teaching Navajo Nation Members That Exercise Is Fun
Forty thousand miles...
9 Desert Plants You Can Turn Into Cookies, Candy and Margaritas
Sweet red fruit rests on the arm of a prickly Saguaro. Yellowing pods are ground into meal. Spiked bright-green pads are roasted over a crackling fire pit...
Is Shoddy Cancer Care for Natives a Treaty Violation?
A recent Newsweek feature begins with a well-known Indian country adage, “Don’t get sick after June.” This is because by then the under-funded Indian Health Service has run out of ...
Native Cooking: Popsicles, Popcorn With Peanuts, and Other Summer Favorites
I’ve grown up a little since leaning on the handlebars of my bike letting the red popsicle drip down my arm...
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