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Nature Conservancy Awards Sealaska $500K
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State of Indian Nations Addressed Issues
Alleged Party Leads to Conversation
Shoni Schimmel Madness!
Murkowski Blasts Obama Alaska Protection
Effects of Gold, Greed and Genocide Era
Empowering Indian Country
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Chili’s Coming to Southeast Oklahoma
Is This the Climate’s Turning Point?
Students Face Racism at Hockey Game
Humboldt Students Occupying Building
Barona Murder Suspect Released
Pass Indian Housing Reauthorization
Obama Protects Alaska Refuge
Russell Wilson Says He's Part Native
Native Student Can’t Wait to Help People
AZ Indian Festival Ready for Super Bowl
Thing About Skins
Artist puts her spin on songs of Native jazz pioneer
Kara Briggs, American Indian News Service
In 1929, a Spokane and Coeur d’Alene Indian vocalist joined Paul Whiteman and his Orchestra to become the breakthrough big-band “girl singer” who opened doors for many who followed...
Connecticut gaming report faults state’s distribution of casino revenue
Gale Courey Toensing
Trimble: On being a nobody
I n 1972, not long before I went to Washington to serve as executive director of the National Congress of American Indians , I was taken up on a high hill for hanbleceya – a vision...
Tribute to Johnny Cash
Vincent Schilling, Today correspondent
Michael Bucher and Joanne Shenandoah , in conjunction with Hondo Mesa Records have recently released “Bitter Tears – Sacred Ground,” a tribute to the 1964 album “Bitter tears: Ball...
Causes of high levels of domestic violence against Native American women
Kathryn Tucker, Special to Today
Part 2 of 4 C onquest and colonization of Native Americans by Europeans forced drastic societal and cultural changes that have fostered the conditions of elevated domestic violence...
College to return artifacts to tribe
The Associated Press
FARGO, N.D. – The Standing Rock Sioux Trib e says it is awaiting the return of dinosaur fossils taken by a college in Minnesota...
Council resolution condemns exploiters of sweat lodges
Jack McNeel, Today correspondent
PLUMMER, Idaho – The deaths of three people in Arizona in early October at a “Spirit Warrior” program has led to the Coeur d’Alene Tribal Council taking a stand in opposition to su...
‘Dear Mr. President’
Letter to the Editor
I am contacting you on behalf of the Jamestown S’Klallam Tribe ...
‘Crusoe’ deserts indigenous islanders
Rob Schmidt, Today correspondent
LOS ANGELES – A new version of the classic “Robinson Crusoe” debuted on NBC last fall...
National Geographic All Roads Film Project forms partnerships for American Indian Summer Institute
WASHINGTON – The National Geographic All Roads Film Project, Native Media and Technology Network , Indigenous Language Institute, Fox Entertainment Group, Naninaaq Productions and ...
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