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Indian Country's Charity Tournaments
Navajo Pottery with a Modern Twist
Chief David Beautiful Bald Eagle Passes
Puppy Passes; UK Cat Fight
Stewardship Wins at UNESCO Reserve
A Christian Call to Stewardship of Bears
2016 Hot List: Resorts, Spas and Centers
Peggy Flanagan Addresses DNC
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Weekly Pow Wow Planner: 7-28 to 7-31
Diné College Adds 3 Bachelor’s Programs
First Chickasaw Business: Artesian Hotel
Chief David Bald Eagle Walks On at 97
Donald Trump and Federal Indian Policy
How To Be A Successful Native Lawyer
Delta Aquarid Sparkling Shooting Stars
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Riders Complete 100-Mile Nez Perce Ride
Part 4 of Daniels v. Canada/Crown
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Thing About Skins
An ‘Education Revolution’ at 7,000 Schools
The Peruvian Pavilion at this year’s 15 International...
10th Lakȟótiyapi Summer Institute Generates Army of Language Teachers, Learners
The Standing Rock Lakota Nation wrapped up its 10th...
Lenape Center Honors Linguist Jim Rementer
On Friday, June 17, the Lenape Center honored Jim Rementer...
Disenrollment Kills Nooksack Language Revitalization Program
“Talk in English!” ordered Nooksack Tribal Chairman Bob...
Giant Dugout Canoes Gather Again at Kettle Falls
Eight huge canoes arrived at Kettle Falls in northern...
Father Explains Why Navajo ‘Finding Nemo’ Is So Important
Some 200 Natives attended a showing of Finding Nemo in the...
Youth Make Miwok Pride Video: ‘We Don’t Need a Gang, We Have a Tribe’
Wilton Rancheria, a federally recognized tribe located in Sacramento County, California, believes that language is one of their biggest assets...
First Mass in Nahuatl Held in Mexico’s Most Important Shrine
For the first time in Mexican history mass was said in the country’s predominant indigenous language, Nahuatl, in the church dedicated to the Virgin of Guadalupe who, according to ...
Importance of Language: Grassroots Efforts to Revitalize the Diné Language
Students in Valencia Edgewater’s Navajo literacy class taste the words as they form on their tongues...
‘Rising Voices’: New Film A Call to Arms for Lakota Language Revitalization
“When I speak Lakota, I feel connected to all my relatives in the previous generations. I feel connected to my land...
Names Have Power: The United States of Indigenous Names
Schoolchildren are taught that the Americas are named after Amerigo Vespucci, an explorer who came along after Columbus and was the first to understand that he was looking at a “Ne...
Names Have Power: The Devil’s in the Details
Part one of the tale of indigenous names ended with the wonderment that the Devil figures so prominently in place names...
Names Have Power: Denali and Other Colonist Lies
What’s in a name? t hat which we call a rose By any other name would smell as sweet...
Cree Code Talkers: Documentary Explores Role of Canada's Unsung WWII Heroes
Code talkers in the United States have been storied, honored and lauded for their military contributions...
Native Language: Pathway to Traditions, Self-Identity
Stacey Burns says a transformation has taken place within the Reno-Sparks Indian Colony from something as old as the Washoe, Paiute and Shoshone tribes themselves: their native lan...
Understand Our Culture, or Lose It: Innu Poet Natasha Kanapé Fontaine on Language
Natasha Kanapé Fontaine, a young Innu poet from Baie-Comeau, lives in Montreal as does her mentor, Josephine Bacon...
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