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20 Native Portraits by Ryan Red Corn
Vancouver Native Festival Draws 30,000
Is It Chowder, or Chowdah?
Protectors Halt Mauna Kea Construction
5 Native Technologies That Trump Science
Too Many Hearings, Too Little Funding
Don't Shed Tears for Us Poor Indians
Roper Wins 2nd in Roping Competition
10 Racist Ads Featuring Native Americans
Venus and Jupiter Merge Under Full Moon
Is Trans-Racism a Thing?
Navajo Sheepherding Fest 'Sheep is Life'
Manning: The Price of Silence
Kayaktivists Battle Shell Oil for Arctic
Interior Announces Final Fed Rec Process
Red Cloud: A Life in Images
Houska: Indian Mascots Harm Students
Baring the Horrors of Boarding Schools
Fairbanks Four’s Roberts Paroled
The Week That Was
Thing About Skins
What Gen. Washington Learned from Native Warriors: Indians and the Colonial Army
The United States Army celebrates its 240th birthday on...
President Begaye Orders Flags at Half-Staff in Honor of Bahe Ketchum
The Navajo Nation is in mourning. President Russell Begaye...
Chickasaws Vow Expanded Benefits to Military Veterans
Chickasaw Nation Governor Bill Anoatubby recently announced...
Cherokee Nation Honors Korean War Veteran Brothers
The Cherokee Nation honored two brothers who served in the...
Native American Veteran Caregiver Nationally Recognized
Tobian Kills in Water, an advocate for Native veterans...
Cherokee Nation Honors Veterans In February
The Cherokee Nation honored three Operation Iraqi Freedom...
Veterans and Motorcycles
Two parts of American history that seem to mesh together like peanut butter and jelly are the U.S. Armed Forces and motorcycles. Both resemble the sense of one word—Freedom...
Medicine for the Salish Language
Four thousand copies of the book entitled "Selis nyo?nuntn: Medicine for the Salish Language” arrived at the Nkwusm Language Immersion School earlier this summer, The Missoulian re...
Eyak Language Gets a Second Life
Eyak became the first of Alaska's endangered languages to be declared "extinct" when its last Native speaker, Chief Marie Smith Jones, died in January 2008, The Bristol Bay Times r...
Cherokee Language Available on iPhone and iPod
The Cherokee language is now available for the first time on iPhones and iPods for more than 300 million users, Native American Times reports...
Native American Languages: Loss And Revitalization
"Approximately half of the world's languages are considered to be endangered, and we may be losing languages as often as one every two or three weeks," says K...
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