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State of Indian Nations Addressed Issues
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Empowering Indian Country
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AIANTA Pushing for Legislation to Give Tribes More Control of Native Tourism
The American Indian Alaska Native Tourism Association (...
Top 5 Cities in the World With the Most Indigenous People
Auckland, New Zealand Auckland, the urban center of choice...
Navajo Hotel Owners Open a Retreat in Monument Valley
It’s all about the mystical view. That is, the view of...
Arizona’s Native Tourism Community Preps for Super Bowl XLIX
Super Bowl XLIX will be one of the biggest sporting events...
Skwachàys Lodge Combines Native Culture and Social Good
On the east end of Vancouver, one of the city’s oldest...
Radical New Way to ‘Museum’: A:shiwi A:wan Museum and Heritage Center
Many people think of museums as dusty, static, boring...
Sacred Sites: San Francisco Peaks
The San Francisco Peak s are located in Arizona, on federal land within the Coconino National Forest...
Sacred Sites: Snoqualmie Falls in Washington State
On Tuesday, June 21, at 7:00 a.m., a gathering will be held at the base of Snoqualmie Falls, a sacred place of creation for the Snoqualmie and other tribes of the Puget Sound regio...
Sacred Sites: Ganondagan
The Ganondagan State Historic Site in Victor, New York, will be the site of a Gahnonyoh (Thanksgiving), starting at 11:30 a.m., on Tuesday, June 21...
The Journey to Swinomish
Canoe skippers gathered at Samish Indian Nation’s Fidalgo Bay Resort to confirm routes and arrival dates for the 2011 Canoe Journey...
Sacred Sites: Tennessee’s Chickamunga, Moccassin Bend and Fewkes Mounds
No longer a single day, the 2011 National Day of Prayer to Protect Native American Sacred Places began this past Friday, on June 17, and will continue until Tuesday, the 21 st ...
Wind Cave National Park Offering Free Tours
To start the summer, Wind Cave National Park will offer free cave tours on Tuesday, June 21. All thirty cave tours that day will be free. The first tour starts at 8:40 a.m...
Cherokee Bicyclists Hit the Road for 900 Mile “Remember the Removal” Ride
In 1984, a group of students and volunteers road bicycles across North Carolina, Georgia, Tennessee, Kentucky, Illionis, Missouri and Arkansas to remember the removal of thousands ...
Red Earth Festival Draws Eyes From Around the World
The Red Earth Festival went worldwide yet again as cameras and mics from around the globe turned to the celebration of Native American culture this past June 3-5 in Oklahoma City, ...
Flathead Indian Reservation in Big Sky Montana
The Flathead Indian Reservation is home to the Confederated Salish & Kootenai Tribes, which consists of the Bitterroot Salish, the Upper Pend d’Oreille, and the Kootenai...
Bahamas Cruise to Benefit Native American Heritage Association
What does a 4-night cruise to the Bahamas have to do with Native American families on the reservations of South Dakota?...
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