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Sioux Falls Violence Shelter Loses Grant
'Dances With Wolves' 25 Years Later
Indigenous Filmmakers Celebrated in NYC
Wisdom of the Elders Films Oregon Tribes
Three Sisters Flavor Thanksgiving Doodle
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Thing About Skins: Natives and Refugees
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Next Gen Zealous, Intolerant Crusaders
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The Week That Was: November 29, 2015
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Tulsa Law Program Not Just for Attorneys
USDA Seeds Econ Development in N. Mexico
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Thing About Skins
A Code Talker’s Birthday Wish This Veterans’ Day
Dan Akee raised 12 children in a small brick house he built...
Feds Expand Homeless Services for Native Veterans
After consulting with tribes, two federal departments are...
VA and Tribal Stand-Down Shows Improvements Despite Underfunding
The sounds of the late Kenneth Anquoe’s song echoed through...
Joshua Wheeler: Cherokee Warrior, First US Casualty Fighting ISIS
Joshua L. Wheeler, 39-year-old Cherokee warrior, is the...
Stand-Down for Veterans Sponsored by Southwest Oklahoma Tribes
For soldiers returning from service, the stand-down is an...
Operation Enduring Respect All About Healing Wounded Veterans
“We’re all about healing.” That is how Cherokee Nation...
Weapon Used to Kill American Indians Now Arizona State Gun
Debra Utacia Krol
On April 28, Arizona Governor Jan Brewer signed into law SB 1610, which designates the Colt .45 caliber handgun—a weapon that was used to kill many Indians, including women and chi...
Sense of Duty to the Land, Not the Government
Powhatan Red-Cloud Owen is a Combat Veteran that served during the Vietnam War in Chu Lai, assigned to the Americal Division – 523rd Signal Battalion, 11th Infantry Regiment...
Flandreau Indian School JROTC to Compete on National Stage
It was a year of impressive performances at parades, drill team competitions and athletic halftime exhibitions throughout South Dakota that allowed the Flandreau Indian School Juni...
From Oklahoma to Korea: A Kiowa Story
The thing about Korea John Emhoolah remembers best is the cold—biting cold, sweeping in from the bitter north into unheated bunkers where members of the Thunderbird Division huddle...
NSU’s Yellow Ribbon Program renewed by VA for Second Year
Since the introduction of the Post-9/11 GI Bill many colleges around the country have incorporated programs to assist United States military veterans achieve academic success...
LaDuke’s Earth Day Observations Resonate
DENVER—Praising a draft United Nations treaty that would confer protections for Mother Earth, noted activist Winona LaDuke, White Earth Band of Ojibwe, also gave an Earth Day plug ...
Native American Veteran Business Network Connects
With a mission to encourage, connect and educate American Indian veteran entrepreneurs, the Native American Veteran Business Network acts as a contact point for some 1,500 Native a...
Panel Mulls Sand Creek Massacre Issues
DENVER—“Lessons Learned at Bloody Sand Creek” was the topic proposed for a panel of experts, but the participants spent much of a three-hour discussion analyzing unfinished issues ...
Around the Campfire: Indians in the Military
Indians have fought in every war the United States has had since the American Revolution...
Doing the Job, Regardless of the Situation
Gerald Summerlin is a good example of how soldiers have to depend on ground teams to fight a war...
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