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Luger: Artist's ‘Nature & Nurture'
STEM Camp Prepares Students for Future
Dancing For Culture
‘Real’ Indians & Blood Quantum
Tanoak Tree: Acorn Tells a Native Story
Totems and Tourism: Hydaburg, Alaska
NMAI Profile: Brenda Meade
The Road to Visibility: Billy Frank Jr.
Micki Free Rocks Out on 'American Trash'
Tribal Tech Makes Inc. 500 List
Pump Money into Native Business
Struggling to Live Through Wildfires
Houska: Native Youth Protest Pipeline
Cherokees Claim Will Rogers
Ashley Callingbull for Mrs. Universe!
Ripe, Plump Super Moon in August
Crazy Candidates Not Named Trump Pt. 2
‘The Beginning and End of Rape’
Stop Contributing to Your Oppression
What Defines an Indigenous Group?
Thing About Skins
Brenda Meade: NMAI’s Meet Native America Series
In the interview series Meet Native America, the...
Deez Nuts, Mr. TrippyCup and Other Crazy Candidates Not Named Trump Pt. 2
Every Presidential election sees characters come out of the...
Acting Associate AG Addresses 23rd Annual Four Corners Indian Country Conference
The following are the remarks delivered by Acting Associate...
Urban Brawl: Pueblo Fights Plan to Build New City Near ABQ
Urban sprawl is posing many threats to Indian country when...
Big Dollars for Housing From HUD Title VI Program
The Department of Housing and Urban Development’s Section...
Why Doesn’t Jackson County Want Natives to Vote?
An investigative piece in the Sioux Falls Argus Leader has...
‘Navalish’: The Shifting World of the Navajo Language
Navajo is the most widely spoken of all Native American languages, and it is often called one of the most beautiful...
On the Front Lines: Diné Women Stand Firm Against Increased, Unfettered Oil Development
In Navajo stories, the Twin Heroes Naayééʼ Neizghání and Tóbájíshchíní fought many evils and monsters, including dinosaurs...
This Messy Congress Might Be Able to Actually Govern
When I was a young reporter the Shoshone-Bannock Tribes of Idaho went through a crisis...
Statue of Chief Joseph Recommended for U.S. Capitol
A state commission has recommended to legislators that statues of two pre-statehood figures representing Oregon in the U.S...
World Outrage as ISIS Bulldozes Sacred Site; UNESCO Denounces ‘War Crime’
World outrage has erupted as members of the Islamic State group known as ISIS have allegedly bulldozed an ancient sacred site in northern Iraq after weeks of hacking hallowed artif...
Lawsuits Challenge USDA's Wildlife Services' Killing of Wolves, Other Animals
The second lawsuit in three weeks has been filed against the U.S...
Indian Country’s Aging Irrigation Projects Need Attention Now
Without proper water supplies to crops during the summer months many reservations throughout the west feel a significant impact on their economies...
University of Oklahoma Prof: Native History Is American History
Tanya H. Lee
In the place where the Trail of Tears ended after an estimated 4,000 American Indians had died from hunger, exposure and disease during the forced removal of tribes from the Southe...
Four More Arizona Counties Declared Primary Drought Disasters by USDA
The Arizona counties of Greenlee, Navajo, Pima and Yavapai have been added to the growing list of areas being decimated by drought. The U.S...
California Students Research Federal Recognition and Water Rights
As part of a Nature and World Cultures class, co-sponsored by the Humanities and Environmental Studies departments at San Jose State University, groups are required to turn in a re...
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