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Janet Rogers' Peace in Duress
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There's a War Going On! Janet Rogers Writes Dispatches From the Front Lines
Mohawk poet Janet Marie Rogers’ fourth poetry book, Peace in Duress , should be the charm and there’s no reason to claim you haven’t heard or read her work...
Brutally Attacked Native Transgender Woman Can Finally Speak Again
A Native American transgender woman who was severely beaten in Brooklyn, New York has finally regained her ability to speak almost two weeks after being assaulted by four men who h...
Don't Panic About Ebola, IHS Says: Get Your Flu Shot
When Ebola crossed into Dallas, people around the United States decided to up and panic. An example in Maine stands out...
Life Is Worth Living: Walking to Prevent Suicide During Native Heritage Month
Rayna Madero is trying to stop suicide in its tracks...
Evidentiary Hearing Scheduled November 10 in Fairbanks Four Case
A potentially key piece of evidence in the Fairbanks Four case is the subject of an evidentiary hearing scheduled November 10, 9 a.m. in Courtroom 401 in the Fairbanks Courthouse...
NIGA-Blue Stone Create First Guide to Tribal Economic Development
Gale Courey Toensing
In 1977, after two years of intensive investigative research, the American Indian Policy Review Commission published a massive and groundbreaking two-volume report ( Part 1 and Par...
Canada Reels in Shock and Grief as Murdered Soldier Identified and Harper Condemns Attack
Canada reeled in shock and grief at the fatal shooting of a soldier at the National War Monument in Ottawa on October 22, as Prime Minister Stephen Harper condemned the attack...
Video: Partial Solar Eclipse Dims Midday, Sunset Skies Across Turtle Island
Earlier this year we promised four eclipses for 2014, two lunar and two solar. Well the first three have happened, and now it is time for number four...
Jude Schimmel Is All Smiles on Media Day; Gearing up for Start of Season
The University of Louisville women’s basketball team held their annual media day on Monday, and Jude Schimmel was all smiles as she posed with some of her teammates...
University of Arizona to Honor Wilma Mankiller and LaDonna Harris
The lives and accomplishments of LaDonna Harris, Comanche Stateswoman and activist, and the late Wilma P...
Pro Football Shocker: Indian Team Beat World Champion New York Giants in 1927
Celia Xavier has produced and directed a new documentary, Playground of The Native Son , about the Hominy Indians, the Oklahoma-based professional football team (1925-1936), made u...
Cherokee Citizen Canaan Duncan Named to Oklahoma 30 Under 30 List
Cherokee Nation Release
Cherokee Nation citizen and Government Relations employee Canaan Duncan was named to the 4 th annual iON Oklahoma 30/30 Next Gen class...
Chickasaw Millennials Honored with '30 Under 30' Distinction
Two Chickasaw citizens are among the recipients of a prestigious award which honors individuals under the age of 30 who have shown professional achievement, community involvement a...
Run, Run, Run! Todd County Falcons Ready to Defend Dakota Cross Country Title
Few sports have so pushed the bounds of human physical potential harder than track and field and distance running...
Protecting a Key Native American Site from Erosion
A $199,000 grant from the National Fish and Wildlife Foundation will allow researchers at William & Mary’s Virginia Institute of Marine Science to help protect Werowocomoco—one...
Canada Parliament on Lockdown as Gunmen Open Fire in Ottawa
Lawmakers and Canadian Prime Minister Stephen Harper have been moved to safety after a gunman fatally shot a soldier guarding Ottawa’s war monument, then entered the Parliament bui...
Who's Your Favorite Native Musician? 2014 NAMMYs Ballot Is Online, Vote Today!
The nominees for the 15th annual Native American Music Awards (unofficially known as the NAMMYs) have been announced, and the slate is another impressive showcase of the best music...
Landmark Study Examines Role of Tribal Libraries
Merida Kipp remembers the elder who came into her library looking to learn more about computers...
Fight the Power: 8 Contemporary Heroes and Leaders of Native Resistance
As we have been highlighting Native resistance fighters from the 1500s to the 1800s, it was brought to our attention by many of our readers that we should also highlight contempora...
Navajo High Court’s Delayed Decision Keeps Deschene in Race for Now
Navajo president hopeful Chris Deschene is still in the running after the tribe’s high court on Monday delayed a decision about whether to keep him on the ballot for the November 4...
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