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Nuu-chah-nulth Call for Emergency Equipment, Training After Fatal Boat Sinking
When disaster strikes on British Columbia’s “wild West...
Seabirds Gorging on Plastic, Mistaking It for Food: Study
The stomachs of a whopping 90 percent of the world's...
Ahousaht First Nation Leads Rescue of Passengers From Capsized B.C. Whale-Watching Boat
Ahousaht First Nation members were at the forefront of...
Venezuealan Indigenous Leaders Take Aim at Media for Negative Portrayals
The need to control the narrative about indigenous people,...
Reason to Celebrate: 12.25 M Acres Declared Protected Area for Aboriginal People
Anangu leaders in Australia just declared 12.25 million...
Global Gathering Highlights Indigenous Tourism’s Enormous Promise
A fierce Maori man, his body a tangle of tattoos and clad...
Saint Kateri Tekakwitha: Someone We Can Call Our Own
Thousands of spectators, many wearing flowered lei, feathered headdresses and traditional attire, and others carrying banners and flags assembled at Piazza San Pietro as Pope Bened...
Turtle Island Catholics Witness Blessed Kateri Tekakwitha's Elevation to Sainthood
More than 2,000 Mohawks and other indigenous from Turtle Island gathered in Rome to witness the canonization today of Blessed Kateri Tekakwitha, who lived and died 300 years ago bu...
Turtle Island Indigenous Flock to Vatican to Witness Kateri Tekakwitha’s Canonization
From Nova Scotia to British Columbia, and from Mohawk communities in the Northeast to the Yakama in Washington state, First Nations citizens and American Indians streamed to the Va...
White House Delegation to Vatican Includes Mohawk Nun Who Brought Kateri Tekakwitha Miracle
A Mohawk nun is part of a Presidential delegation attending the canonization mass of Blessed Kateri Tekakwitha and Blessed Marianne Cope at the Vatican in Rome...
Vatican’s Canonization Ceremony for Kateri Tekakwitha Today
For those familiar with canonization, today’s ceremony may look different than those they’ve seen in the past...
Organizers Begin Planning for World Indigenous Conference; UN General Assembly to Host
It’s an event not expected to unravel for another two years, but organizers of the 2014 World Conference on Indigenous Peoples say the clock is ticking...
Lummi Boy Whose Recovery Was Decreed a Miracle Attributed to the Help of Blessed Kateri Tekakwitha Travels to Rome to Meet the Pope
On Sunday, October 21, Blessed Kateri Tekakwitha will be canonized at the Vatican as the first American Indian saint in the Catholic Church...
Blessed Kateri Canonization Provides Hope for Yakama Elder
To Lydia Johnson, the upcoming canonization of a Kanienkehaka, or Mohawk, woman who lived in the 1600s is affirmation that God has always had a relationship with the First Peoples ...
Northwest Tribes Step Up Opposition to Proposed Coal Terminals
Tribes are stepping up their fight against the terminals that would enable coal to be brought from Montana and Wyoming to the Pacific Coast for transport to China and the rest of A...
Kateri Tekakwitha Portrait Will Be Featured at Shrine of Our Lady of Martyrs During Canonization
A life-size oil portrait of Kateri Tekakwitha will be featured at the Shrine of Our Lady of Martyrs’ October 21 mass and ceremony of her canonization...
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