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Huichol Center's founder discusses its impact on local culture
HUEJUQUILLA EL ALTO, Mexico - Susana Valadez, founder of the Huichol Center, recently spoke with Indian Country Today in Jalisco state about the center's vision of Huichol culture...
Science organizations help form strong communities on campus
FAIRBANKS, Alaska - The American Indian Science and Engineering Society and the Alaska Native Science Engineering Program work closely together at the University of Alaska Fairbank...
Stony Brook scholarships fulfill 250-year-old promise
Gale Courey Toensing
STONY BROOK, N.Y...
Thousands dance to save Andean sacred site
CUSCO, Peru - At least 2,000 Quechuan marchers and dancers filled the streets of Cusco on March 5 to protect the Andean sacred site of Q'oyllur Riti from mining activities...
Thousands dance to save Andean sacred site.
By Lisa Garrigues -- Today correspondent
By Lisa Garrigues -- Today correspondent CUSCO, Peru - At least 2,000 Quechuan marchers and dancers filled the streets of Cusco on March 5 to protect the Andean sacred site of Q'oy...
Vermont commission seeks clarity on recognition authority
Gale Courey Toensing
Decision would affect the labeling of artists' and artisans' work MONTPELIER, Vt...
South Dakota sued overgaming compact
PIERRE, S.D. - The Flandreau Santee Sioux Tribe filed a lawsuit in federal court accusing South Dakota Gov. Mike Rounds of not negotiating gaming compacts in good faith...
Indigenous Peoples Consultation forum works towards decolonization
PHOENIX - Tribal, national and international leaders met at the Arizona state Capitol on March 8 as part of an Indigenous Peoples Consultation, hosted by the Legislature's Native A...
Rappahannock chief leads through service to people
WINSTON-SALEM, N.C. - As a tribal leader, Rappahannock Chief Anne Richardson makes decisions based on what her people tell her - a traditional way of leading...
Honoring George W. Brown Jr. LAC DU FLAMBEAU, Wis...
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