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Native Slurs Demand More Than Just PC
Canada Judge Decries 'Cultural Genocide'
Fisherman Dies After Swordfish Attack
Spirituality & Archaeology of CT Indians
Paris: Another Auction of Hopi Katsinam
Athletes to Compete on NBC's SpartanRace
Houska: Native American Hair is a Right
Well For Culture Gets Its Own Website
Truth and Reconciliation March in Canada
Take Oak Flat to a Higher Court
A Picnic-Perfect Jicama Salad
Land Into Trust Critics Have it Backward
Maine Tribes Historic Break with State
The Week That Was
Natives May Decide Rapid City Mayor Race
Chickasaws to Expand Veteran Benefits
Serving Great Leader Cesar Chavez
We Don't Need Saviors—We Need Allies
No Jail Time for Beer, Slur-Hurling Man
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Thing About Skins
Trahant Tells PBS NewsHour How Important Native Vote Is in Montana
Mark Trahant, an Indian Country Today Media Network...
Wolf Connection to Join 13 Indigenous Grandmothers in Montana
The 11th Gathering of the International Council of 13...
Chasing Ice: New Documentary Depicting Arctic Ice Melt Underscored by Superstorm Sandy
A hauntingly beautiful and subtly terrifying new movie out...
Lost Dogs of Superstorm Sandy
Superstorm Sandy ravaged the tri-state area last week...
Video: Code Talker Joe Kellwood Sings the Marine Corps Hymn in Navajo
Today the U.S. Marine Corps turns 237. Founded in 1775, the...
Inside the Bakken: A Documentary Commences To Describe Life on the Fort Berthold Indian Reservation
Time was when traffic in North Dakota’s portion of the...
Q&A With Navajo Skater Len Yazzen
Navajo skateboarder Len Yazzen just got done competing along with hundreds of fellow native skaters from reservations across the country in the All Nations Skate Jam (ANSJ), which ...
Supporters of Spokane Tribe’s Economic Project and Casino Meet Today
The Spokane Tribe of Washington is announcing a group to support its $400 million mixed-use development project and off-reservation casino bid, reported The Spokesman-Review ...
Jordin Tootoo Changed His Life, Then His Game
Jordin Tootoo, a forward for the Nashville Predators who became the NHL's first Inuit player when he made his debut with the team in October 2003, is in the best shape of his life...
Wes Studi Talks to Maria Hinojosa
Wes Studi—the Cherokee actor and activist most famous for his roles in Last of the Mohicans , Dances with Wolves and Avatar —recently sat down with Maria Hinojosa, who jumps right ...
Orphaned Norfolk Eaglets Given New Home; Mom Honored
This mother of three eaglets at the Norfolk (Virginia) Botanical Garden was struck and killed by a plane a few days after taking this flight...
Project 60: Take Back Your Voice and Vote, Aboriginal Youths Urge Peers
With all the debate among aboriginals on whether to vote in the May 2 federal election, Atlantic First Nation youth are taking a stand on the voting side of the fence...
Native Lacrosse Movie Holds Casting Call Thursday in Albuquerque
"Crooked Arrows," a planned film about an American Indian high school lacrosse team, is holding its first casting call this Thursday, April 28, in conjunction with the North Americ...
Cherokee, North Carolina Is for the Birds
Nestled into the Oconaluftee River Valley in western North Carolina, the Eastern Band of Cherokee have been utilizing their incredibly beautiful surroundings for years...
While Battling Breast Cancer, an Alaska Native is Determined to Save the Sugpiaq People's Language
Isabella Blatchford is the founder of Sugpiaq Seafoods , a company aimed at giving fair prices to native fishermen who ship wild Alaskan salmon, halibut and black cod to renowned c...
High Kicking at the 41st Annual NYO Games in Anchorage
Nearly 500 high school students from 50 Alaska communities are coming to Anchorage from April 29 to May 1 to compete in the Native Youth Olympics at the Dena'ina Center...
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