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Supermoons and Sizzling Skies in 2015
Sufjan Stevens' 'Round-Up'
Amazing Find in an Old Trunk
12-Time World Record Holder in Hot Air
Athletes Pick Winner for Super Bowl XLIX
Sasheene Denny and Cambridge
Ak-Chin Selects Chairman and Vice-Chair
Christian Land, Governed by Christians
Aboriginal: NYT Word of the Day
First Nation Girl Refuses Chemo, Dies
Pixie Lott Apologizes for Indian Costume
Luger: Wellness as a Political Statement
Fighting for Right to Wear Eagle Feather
VIDEO: Ad Erases R-Word Logo on Helmets
Evo Morales Begins Historic Third Term
AIANTA Pushing for NATIVE Act
Native AIDS Survivor Runs Marathon
Humor: Top 10 Native Dating Site Bios
Hart Shows Heart; Prophet Paintings
Unlocking Digital Tools to Build a New
Thing About Skins
Comprehensive Indian gaming report released
Policy and media relationship explored
BUFFALO, N.Y. - The development of a promising new public policy research center in Indian country is now underway...
STORYTELLER; THE BIRTH OF EAGLE LORE
A long time ago, the Creator gave gifts to the true at heart. Shawanay was a young man of a village and the eldest of his family. He was also a great hunter for a man so young...
Culture comes alive at Arctic Raven
FRIDAY HARBOR, Wash. - Kwaguilth artist Jason Hunt touched up a large ceremonial mask carved by his father, Stan, as people commented on its beauty and asked questions...
Housing cuts condemned
MINNEAPOLIS - The outgoing president of the National Association of Mortgage Brokers has deplored the pending cuts in federal housing funding for American Indians...
Challenge for trust reform measures met
WASHINGTON - When Congress asked Indian country leaders to unite and develop a plan for trust reform, Indian country met the challenge. Now the ball is back in Congress' court...
Inuit shamanism and the code of silence
Rachel Attituq Qitsualik
Since the time when explorers first began to poke around the Arctic, and especially into Inuit culture, they have consistently exhibited a fascination with shamanism...
Meeting tears down barriers to financial community
UNCASVILLE, Conn. - Wall Street is named for a fortification originally built to keep Indians out of lower Manhattan...
Media variety holds sway; Ethnic minorities inform themselves
A vigorous gathering of ethnic media organizations, journalists, publications and academic programs at Columbia University recently gave evidence of a new world of communications b...
Wetlands Threat Protested in 10th Circuit Court
For more than 20 years, debate has raged over a proposal by federal and state highway planners to route a major thoroughfare through the Wakarusa Wetlands in Kansas...
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