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First Native Astronaut Speaks at Hopi
Sandler Not Only One Stereotyping
EPA Clean Water Rule Draws Fire
Farewell Party for Houser's Footprints
Riding Rodeo With MS
Ever Heard of 'Throatboxing'?
Repatriated Remains Reburied in Michigan
BIA’s Extreme Rubber Stamping
Roger Goodell Called 'The Devil'
Circle the Wagons!
Salads by Season—Focus on the Southwest
An Assault on Native Rights
Congress: Keep Hands Off IRA Provision!
Begaye Must Stop Escalade Nightmare
Gyasi Ross on His New Poetry Album
Review: Momofuku Ko and the Sioux Chef
The Mother of the Earth Returns
Big Two Months for the Samish Nation
Randy Mantooth of 'Emergency!'
DU Lacrosse Wins NCAA Championship
Thing About Skins
Fight Continues to Wrest Control of Sacred Site Back From Copper Mining Co.
This one appears headed for a 12-round title bout as the...
Begaye Vows to Blow Up Grand Canyon Escalade Deal
The newly elected president of the Navajo Nation has taken...
Defenders of Sacred Sites Around the Globe Featured in PBS Series
In an opening scene of the documentary Profit and Loss,...
NCAI, Tribal Nations, Pearl Jam and Change.org Help Blackfeet Protect Sacred Badger-Two Medicine Site
A new phase in the fight to protect the Blackfeet’s sacred...
4 Ways to Show Your Support for Mauna Kea
The construction of the Thirty Meter Telescope (TMT), which...
Treaty Council Calls for US and International Support for Mauna Kea
The International Indian Treaty Council has issued a...
Mixed Emotions Over Wounded Knee Massacre Site Being For Sale
James A. Czywczynski of Rapid City, South Dakota bought the 40-acre plot where the Wounded Knee massacre occurred, in 1968...
Universities Join Forces to Explore Colorado’s Dark History
Two universities located 1,000 miles apart are joining forces to explore one of Colorado’s darkest moments...
Digging Up Hohokam History
The Pima Indian word for the Hohokam peoples translates to “all used up” or “the finished ones,” but archaeologists digging in Arizona’s University Indian Ridge Ruins continue to f...
'We Have a Monument!' Islanders and Coast Salish Tribes Celebrate President Obama Establishing San Juan Islands National Monument by Proclamation
On March 25, President Obama established the San Juan Islands National Monument by proclamation...
Obama Proclaims Río Grande del Norte a National Monument, Significant Site for Natives
Yesterday, March 25, by proclamation, President Obama established Río Grande del Norte as a National Monument...
Tuscarora Historian to Discuss Natives in the Potomac Valley
A section of the Frederick County, Maryland tourism website— VisitFrederick.org —focuses on the area’s rich Native American history...
Shake It Up! Watch the Northland College Powwow Do the 'Harlem Shake,' Start Your Day Right
At the 39th Annual Northland College Powwow in Ashland, Wisconsin, this past weekend, the MC had Ojibwe elder Joe Rose lead everyone in a pow wow version of the "Harlem Shuffle"!...
20-Year Ban on New Uranium-Mining Claims in Grand Canyon Holds Up in Court
The Havasupai Tribe, and the Grand Canyon watershed, won in U.S...
First Day of Spring Brings the Light, but not a Hint of Heat
It’s the first day of spring, when day and night are just about equal in length. The moment occurred at 7:02 a.m. Eastern Time today...
Grant Allows Increased Education on Native History in the Midwest
Most know the horrific story of the Trail of Tears, but the Ohio Historical Society fears not as many know the history behind the removal of Native Americans in the Midwest...
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