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Sister Act: Kiowa Artists Keri Ataumbi
Chevron Won't Drill in Beaufort Sea
Yakama Nation Sues U.S. Army Corps
Chickasaw QB Headed to Cotton Bowl
Checking In With Miss NTU
Indigenous Clash With Police in Brazil
BAAITS to Celebrate Fourth Pow Wow
Police: Native Man Shot Up to Five Times
Cooking: How About Holiday Appetizers
Native Boxer Wins Women's IBA Crown
Not too Late to Vaccinate for the Flu
Alaska Native Attends CDP Training
10 Things To Know About Your Rights
Sovereignty: The Big Winner in Cuba Deal
The Week That Was
Youth Project Hosts Grad Ceremony
NMAI Profile: Paulette Jordan
Domestic Violence Epiphany: ENOUGH
A Decorated Veteran Honored
Winter Solstice: The Return of the Light
Thing About Skins
Indigenous in Ecuador Struggle to Get Chevron to Pay Up on $9.5 Billion in Damages
Their land still saturated with goop, indigenous groups in...
Indigenous Rights Get Little Mention In Climate Agreement
Indigenous groups called for international climate change...
Relief at a Stiff Price III: Going the Way of Chocolate
Maca, known to botanists as Lepidium meyenii, was first...
Navajo Nation Buys Back 7 Sacred Masks at Controversial Parisian Auction
In what has become an all-too-familiar and all-too-...
Relief at a Stiff Price II: Singing the Bear Song
Yona—in English, Bear—is said to be important among the 4-...
Greenpeace Apologizes for Wrecking Nazca Lines as Peru Prepares Criminal Charges
The glaring yellow letters, urging respect for the...
The 2011 Hall of Fame and Mantle of Shame
Suzan Shown Harjo
FAME: President Barack Obama , for making good on most of his 2008 Native American campaign promises in his first three years...
2011 Retrospective: August
Superfly Kenny Dobbs is defying the odds—and gravity—to stand as an uplifting example for Native youth everywhere...
2011 Retrospective: July
The Muse The great art, good works and abundant devotees of Suzan Shown Harjo have touched and inspired many in Indian country...
Mayan 2012 Predictions: Apocalypse or a Game of Telephone?
Sunspots? Black holes? Comets? What will the apocalypse bring? To hear the New Agers tell it, we are doomed...
2011 Retrospective: June
The Truth Lies Buried At Fort Laramie A visitor at Fort Laramie could take the complete historic tour and get little knowledge about the grim consequences of the wars the U.S...
2011 Retrospective: May
He Ain’t No Geronimo The use of the code name “Geronimo” in the operation that killed Osama bin Laden shows that insensitivity won’t die...
2011’s Memorable Moments From the World
Indigenous issues were constantly bubbling over around the world, whether it was Bolivia’s fight over coca rights or the struggle to keep the Belo Monte dam from happening in Brazi...
2011 Retrospective: April
The White Wash Walter Plecker, Virginia’s registrar in the 1920s, eradicated records of Indian births and marriages to support his directive that all Indians be categorized as blac...
2011 Retrospective: March
Appetite for Destruction The emerald ash borer beetle is extremely beautiful, and extraordinarily voracious...
2011 Retrospective: February
Guilty of Being an Indian The shocking shooting death of woodcarver John T...
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Obama Names Two Tribes Among 16...
11-year-old’s ‘Talking Strike’ for...
Video: Rural Communities,...
Keystone XL Founders and Costs...
‘They Know Their Lands Better Than...
Greg Grey Cloud: ‘Senate Decision...
FCC: 'Redskins' Is Not...
It's On! March, Rally Against...
Blackhorse: Fake Chiefs,...
Video: Hoopa Home Chef Cooks Up...
Video: Healthy Alfredo? That’s...
Native Cooking: Thanksgiving Is...