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The Week That Was: June 26, 2016
4 Sacred Places That Need Your Prayers
NMAI Profile: Audrey Hudson
Memorandum of Understanding
Rickie Fowler On Cover of Red Bull’s Mag
Sherman Alexie's New Children's Book
Riders Complete 950-Mile Journey
Ryan’s Indian Health ‘Choices’ Bad
Muhammad Ali and Rich Family Memories
New Law: Land Back to SusanvilleTribes
Casino Debuts Virtual Slot Environment
Mrs. Universe & Dad, Amazing Race Canada
Battle of Little Bighorn in 18 Drawings
Congress vs. Congress; ISIS vs. Music
Reviving Canoe Culture on the Columbia
10 Things to Know About Nisqually Tribe
Gamifying Slots to Engage Millennials
Video: What This 400-Year-Old Site Says
Being an Ally After Orlando
Two Devastating Losses for Colvilles
Thing About Skins
Nuclear Waste Leaking at ‘American Fukushima’ in Northwest
The Hanford Nuclear Reservation sits on the plains of...
More Indigenous Land Lost: Solomon Islands Disappear Under the Sea
Indigenous Pacific Islanders in the Solomon Islands are...
Praise and Guarded Optimism at Ottawa’s Pledge to Make UN Declaration Into Law
Indigenous Peoples in Canada applauded the federal...
Arrests in Cáceres Assassination Connected to Military, DESA Corporation
Three of the five men arrested last week in connection with...
Will It Be Enough? UN Proposed Changes Could Give Indigenous Peoples a Voice
For several weeks now Native American leaders have been...
Canada Announces U.N. Declaration to Become Federal Law
The United Nations Permanent Forum’s 15th session opened on...
Germany's Obsession With American Indians Is Touching—And Occasionally Surreal
Jürgen Michaelis, who lives near Dresden, was standing in front of the small, improvised tipi he keeps in his back garden, wearing a homemade deerskin suit and a matted black wig t...
Chinua Achebe, Nigerian Author of Iconic Novel Condemning Colonialism in Africa, Walks On at Age 82
Chinua Achebe, author of the iconic novel that changed perceptions about indigenous culture by portraying colonialism from an African viewpoint, has died at age 82...
Chile's Crimson Shore Under Investigation
Thousands of dead prawns washed ashore along with hundreds of dead crabs, blanketing the beaches of southern Chile in crimson...
Indigenous Russian Delegation Shares Concerns at Akwesasne
A delegation of six indigenous leaders from the Russian Far East visited the Saint Regis Mohawk Tribe at Akwesasne Territory in February to discuss issues concerning the environmen...
First Day of Spring Brings the Light, but not a Hint of Heat
It’s the first day of spring, when day and night are just about equal in length. The moment occurred at 7:02 a.m. Eastern Time today...
'The Sapphires' Tells the Story of the Aboriginal Supremes
Eisa Ulen Richardson
Too often, movies about brown people devolve very quickly into movies about a single white person surrounded by brown people...
International Wildlife Trade Group Votes to Protect Hundreds of Species
In its final plenary vote, the Convention on International Trade in Endangered Species of Wild Fauna and Flora (CITES) formalized the protection of hundreds of species, including m...
Video: New Zealand Black Sox Perform Maori Haka Before ISF World Softball Championships Game
The recently concluded ISF World Softball Championships finished familiarly: The New Zealand Black Sox, the country's national men's softball squad, took the title, their sixth ove...
Balancing Economic and Social Development in Peruvian Mining Communities
In January 2013, at least a dozen people were injured in clashes between police and members of a Quechua community at Candente Copper Corporation's Canariaco Mine in northwestern P...
Indian Country Responds to the International Olympic Committee Putting Wrestling on the Chopping Block
In February, the International Olympic Committee (IOC) in Switzerland announced that wrestling will likely be voted out of the Olympics...
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