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Miccosukee Tribe Gets NCLB Waiver
Moving On Up!
10 Ways to Respect Your Elders
Mold Money: Federal Funds Available
The Problems of Tribal Recognition
Free Native Youth in Agriculture Summer
John Herrington Talks Space and STEM
Maine Paddlers Support Penobscot
Fighting for Right to Wear Feather
The Wild Pacific Meets Native Tourism
Video: Empowering Indigenous Women
Canada's Truth and Reconciliation Wrapup
On the River of Discovery
Marijuana vs. Salmon?
Native Slurs Demand More Than Just PC
Canada Judge Decries 'Cultural Genocide'
Fisherman Dies After Swordfish Attack
Spirituality & Archaeology of CT Indians
Paris: Another Auction of Hopi Katsinam
Athletes to Compete on NBC's SpartanRace
Thing About Skins
Mold Money: Federal Funds Available for Cleaning Up Tribal Housing
Sixteen tribes can receive up to $800,000 apiece in federal...
Maine Paddlers Support Penobscot Fishing Rights in Rally
Paddlers in canoes and kayaks rallied in a flotilla of...
Marijuana vs. Salmon? Climate Change May Be Forcing Tough Choice
A perfect storm is converging on the tribes of the “Emerald...
‘Cultural Genocide’: Canada's Top Judge Decries Treatment of Indigenous Peoples
What happened to Indigenous Peoples in Canada was nothing...
Bearing Witness: Canada’s Truth and Reconciliation March Draws Thousands to Ottawa Streets [Video]
More than 7,000 walkers thronged through the streets of...
Take Oak Flat to a Higher Court: Why US & Canada Fear Human Rights Courts
Hundreds of Apaches are occupying Oak Flat, a sacred site...
Arizona Snowbowl Protestors Charged in Federal District Court
Three activists were charged in federal District Court in Flagstaff, Arizona, today with disrupting work in a U.S...
Idle No More Rallies Sprout Across Canada, Invigorating Grassroots
David P. Ball
Thousands of people across Canada took to the streets for International Human Rights Day on December 10, launching a grassroots effort for Native rights and recognition in the face...
Artifacts and Remains Found During Highway Construction to be Repatriated
While resurfacing a portion of U.S. 23 earlier this year, a road crew in Oscoda, Michigan found some remains and artifacts...
A Pro-Active Move for Rep. Raúl Grijalva As Next Interior Secretary
In a pro-active move by a coalition of supporters, including American Indian activist Suzan Harjo, a letter was sent to President Barack Obama on December 10, showing strong suppor...
Juaneño Band of Mission Indians Loses a Leader
The Juaneño Band of Mission Indians is mourning the loss of its vice chairwoman, Francine Pala Sommers Yorba, who walked on December 7 at her home in San Juan Capistrano, Californi...
6 Questions With Joey Jayne, Montana’s First Native Woman Justice Court Judge
Northwestern Montana’s Lake County Justice of the Peace-elect Joey Jayne, Navajo, was elected after which she calls a lot of perseverance in this year’s 2012 election cycle...
5 Tragically Killed in Tule Indian Reservation Shooting
In a tragic series of events this weekend on the Tule Indian Reservation in California, tribal member Hector Celaya went on a veritable shooting rampage that left his daughter, mot...
Tenth Circuit Upholds District Court’s Plea Rejection
On December 5, the U.S. Tenth Circuit Court of Appeals upheld a U.S...
Culture and Indigenous Nationality
A remarkable feature about indigenous nations is that they have continued after more than 500 years of colonial efforts to assimilate and dismantle them...
Navajos Original Graduates Ready to Cleanup Superfund Sites
Nineteen Navajos graduated this week from a three-week federal training program that certified them to handle radioactive waste in contamination cleanups...
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