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'Scalp Out Cancer' Is Now 'Shave'
Holiday Depression ... You’re Not Alone!
Native Youth Restore River Habitat
NTU Culinary Students Pass Certification
Arce First Indian Country Legal Fellow
2014 in Arts and Entertainment, Part I
Haida Weaver Speaks on Archaeology
2014’s Not to Be Forgotten Stories
North West Diamonds, North Korea Demands
NETWG to Strengthen Gov. Relations
EPA Steps in on WA Water Quality Rules
What Happened This Year In Education?
The Trail of the Turtle
Big Deal Casino Academy Opens
Video: Climate Change and Health
Our Native Children Are Not Poverty Porn
Grants for Research at Cahokia Mounds
Saginaw Grant to Receive Award
Moapa Paiute Solar Project Rejected
Cherokee Elders Share Christmas Stories
Thing About Skins
Name Changed: Washington Team 'Scalp Out Cancer' Event Renamed to 'Shave Out Cancer'
The name changed...
Well For Culture: Holiday Depression ... You’re Not Alone!
It’s post Christmas. How do you feel? If the answer is “not so good” or “a little sad” or even “super depressed,” remember that you are not alone...
Indigenous Youth Help USFWS Restore Fish Passage on Cochiti Pueblo
Melanie Dabovich, USFWS
Ask a group of teenagers their idea of fun and you might get answers like hanging out with friends, dodging opponents during a game of laser tag or playing their favorite video gam...
Getting it Right the First Time: NTU Culinary Students Pass Certification
Navajo Technical University
On December 5, 2014, Navajo Technical University Culinary Arts majors J.D...
Justice Department Selects First Indian Country Legal Fellow
Charisse Arce was recently chosen by Attorney General Eric H. Holder Jr., from a large pool of highly talented and qualified individuals, as the first Gaye L...
2014: The Year in Arts and Entertainment, Part I
2014 was another massive year for contemporary arts and entertainment created by Natives and for Natives...
How Did I Miss That? North West Diamonds, North Korea Demands
Kanye West gave his baby girl only two holiday gifts in addition to her name, North West. She got a $62,000 diamond tiara and a $12,000 replica of dad’s SUV...
Eight Not to Be Forgotten Stories from 2014
Gale Courey Toensing
This past year was filled with stories that pushed government-to-government and tribal sovereignty forward for Indian country...
Haida Weaver Shares Her Thoughts on History and Archaeology
When did the supernatural discover Haida on their Island? No one knows the exact date that Raven Traveling stubbed his toe on our cockle shell, but the stories are old...
Nuclear Energy Tribal Working Group to Strengthen Government-to-Government Relations
Earlier this month Energy Secretary Ernest Moniz announced the formalization of the Nuclear Energy Tribal Working Group (NETWG) as part of President Barack Obama’s commitment to st...
EPA to Develop Federal Clean Water Standards for Washington, if State Won’t
What Happened This Year In Education: 9 Popular Stories
There was plenty of controversy in schools this year, ranging from kids being sent home for what others deemed inappropriate hair or fashion to arguments over what is appropriate t...
New York City Casino School and Casino Events Venue Set to Open
The Big Deal Casino Academy, on 28th St and 5th Ave, is poised to become the first licensed Casino school in New York state...
Video: Connecting Climate Change and Health
From extreme weather such as flooding, to the changing range of infectious-disease-carrying insects such as mosquitos, climate change is affecting health...
Our Native Children Are Not Poverty Porn: 'If One Succeeds, a Hundred Are Coming After' (a Poem)
“We know how to survive...
Archaeologists Awarded Grants for Continued Research at Cahokia Mounds
Indiana University Bloomington
Archaeologists at Indiana University and the University of Illinois have been awarded two grants totaling $640,000 to continue and expand their research at Cahokia Mounds, site of ...
Saginaw Grant to Receive Humanitarian Award
Actor and public speaker Saginaw Grant will be honored next month with an award by a California nonprofit for his commitment to Native American communities...
Coal in Their Christmas Stocking: NV Power Commission Rejects Moapa Paiute Solar Project
The Moapa Paiute Tribe in Nevada got a monkey wrench for Christmas this year, when the state power commission stymied plans for its second solar project...
Video: Cherokee Elders Share Childhood Christmas Stories
Cherokee Elders Steve Downing Jr. and Rufus King share some stories of what Christmas was like when they were growing up...
Morongo Band of Mission Grants Holiday Wishes to 3,500 Children
Wide-eyed grins and excitement reigned Monday as 3,500 disadvantaged children from across the Inland region searched for their favorite toys during the fifth annual Christmas Cheer...
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