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Mashpee Nine: Fight for Tribal Justice
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...
$2 Million Goal for State Park to Emphasize its American Indian Past
ArgusLeader.com reports that the South Dakota Parks and Wildlife Foundation has announced its goal to raise $2 million, starting in May, to fund the first phase of the Blood Run St...
San Francisco Peaks Ruling Draws Heavy Opinions
Flagstaff, Arizona residents were out in droves on February 10, to enjoy a sunny and unusually warm winter’s day in the shadow of the San Francisco Peaks...
Sacred Site Faces Legalized Desecration From Arizona Snowbowl Wastewater
The Navajo call them Doko’oo’sliid , or “Shining On Top.” To the Hopi, the peaks are Nuvatukaovi , or “The Place of Snow on the Very Top.” Whatever name they bear, the San Francisc...
Ninth Circuit Allows Recycled Sewage on Sacred San Francisco Peaks
Gale Courey Toensing
A federal appeals court has given an Arizona ski resort operating on federal land permission to use recycled sewage to make artificial snow on Humphrey’s Peak—the highest and the m...
Haskell Students Speak Out About Protecting the Wakarusa Wetlands
Jessica Lackey, Cherokee, and Millicent Pepion, Navajo and Blackfeet, are members of the Wetlands Preservation Organization (WPO), a plaintiff in the South Lawrence Trafficway (SLT...
Wetlands Threat Protested in 10th Circuit Court
For more than 20 years, debate has raged over a proposal by federal and state highway planners to route a major thoroughfare through the Wakarusa Wetlands in Kansas...
Tribes Rally to Save Petroglyph Site
In 2010, the Hopi Tribe and Navajo Nation put their collective efforts into constructing a fence to protect Tutuveni (tu-TOO-veh-nee), a sacred site known as “newspaper rock” to th...
Bear River Massacre Commemoration and Healing
Theda New Breast
Carol Murray in a stand up warbonnet receives the offering (likits'staksin) to honor those killed from her brother on horseback...
Where Clouds Are Formed: Ephemeral Poetry, Reviewed and Excerpted
If you were to visualize an ideal book of poetry by an American Indian author, you’d look for a number of themes...
Eagle Rises from San Francisco Peaks in Spectacular Solstice Shot
Navajo Northern Arizona University photography professor Sam Minkler snapped this Winter Solstice shot of Doko'oosliid, or Abalone Shell Mountain, what are known in modern times as...
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