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Powerful Anti-Redskins Ad Released
NC State Tribes Back Hagan
Autumn and Winter Words Translated
8 Questions for Joe Dorman
Native Yale Law Students Honor Washburn
How Sacred Objects Heal, Part I
EPA: Human Rights, Environmental Justice
Hawaii Volcano: Pele as Welcome Guest
National Geographic Honors Gwaii Haanas
Moment of Silence, Healing Song Planned
Cherokee Elders Tell Halloween Tales
Inuit Architecture Showcased in Venice
Native Groups to Rally Against Redskins
Tester’s Big Gamble
Shelly Vetoes Fluency Legislation
United by Rock 'n Roll: The Ollivanders
NM’s Minority Groups Form Alliance
BIA Head Kevin Washburn Speaks to ICTMN
Americans Don't Know Native History
Mother/Son Overcome Adversity Together
Thing About Skins
Walmart Takes Twitter Beatdown Over 'Fat Girl Costumes;' Pocahottie Still OK
They say that making fun of morbid obesity is the last socially acceptable form of prejudice ...
Children in the Crosshairs: Alaska Native Grandmother Fights ICWA Ruling
Elise wanted her granddaughter, but after nearly six years in court fighting to assert her rights under federal law, time was not on her side...
Our Brothers and Sisters: 6 Sacred Animals and What They Mean in Native Cultures
Without a doubt, animals are a huge part of Native culture. They are considered our brothers and sisters, among our winged, four-legged and swimming family members...
Rosebud Sioux Member to Head 1st Tribal Lending SD Branch
Juel C. Burnette, III was recently named Branch Manager by 1 st Tribal Lending for its Sioux Falls office...
Treaties of the New Millennium: Two Steps Forward, One Giant Step Back
This fall, three treaties were signed spanning massive geographic areas. The treaties exhibit diametrically opposed views of the direction of our societies and economies...
Thorpe Family Considering Appeal of Ruling on Jim Thorpe's Remains
Despite a Philadelphia court's ruling against moving Olympic gold medalist Jim Thorpe's remains from Pennsylvania to Oklahoma, the long legal battle is still not over for family me...
Methane 'Hot Spot' Seen From Space Hovers Over Four Corners
Space-based measurements have revealed a previously unknown cloud of methane hovering over a coal production region on and near the Navajo Nation...
Going Door-to-Door in Rural Alaska in Search of Voters
November 4 is one week away, and it’s a day when the Republican Party is hoping to gain control of the Senate...
Indian Education Makes Enormous Strides at NIEA Convention
Consultation, accountability and transparency were the call-to-arms at the National Indian Education Convention held earlier this month in Anchorage, Alaska...
Marysville School District Will Get $10 Million Grant for Mental Health Education
Twenty-two days before the shooting at Marysville Pilchuck High School that left the shooter and two of his victims dead, the state office of education announced the Marysville Sch...
Money Koch Bros. Stole from Tribes Could Swing Mid-Term Elections
Tanya H. Lee
Two of the billionaire Koch brothers – Charles and David – have poured a lot of money into the 2014 mid-term elections, mostly backing Republican and Tea Party candidates...
Four EPA Tribal ecoAmbassadors to Research Environment and Health in Indian Country
From the four directions come this year’s four picks for the 2015 Tribal ecoAmbassadors program, the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) announced on October 27...
Displaced and Forgotten: Film About Native Flood Evacuees Wins Prize
Treading Water: Plight of the Manitoba First Nation Flood Evacuees has won the Best Short Documentary award at the ImagineNATIVE Film + Media Arts Festival Awards, which were hande...
Tribal Administration and Governance Program Becomes a Reality
University of Minnesota Duluth
What started as a simple phone call has evolved into a four-year program with a nation-wide reach...
Coast Salish Unite Against Tripling Capacity of Kinder Morgan Tar Sands Pipeline
The Coast Salish peoples of the Pacific Northwest are the traditional canoe pullers. They are the cedar people. The salmon nation...
Community Mourns Second Shooting Victim; Won’t ‘Make This About Race’
Gia Soriano, one of five students shot in the head by a classmate at a high school near the Tulalip reservation, died late October 26...
Department of Ed on School Environment Listening Tour for Native Students
The White House Initiative on American Indian and Alaska Native Education and the U.S...
To Bring Frank Herbert's 'Soul Catcher' to Screen, Hollywood Enlists Tribal Elder
In The Lone Ranger , Johnny Depp's Tonto spoke with a white horse and fed birdseed to the dead crow on his head; in Twilight , a gang of Quileute Indians shape-shift into wolves...
Jaylen Fryberg Was 'Living Hope' For Tulalip Tribe, Editorial Says
Jaylen Fryberg earned each feather on his headdress. He was an avid outdoorsman and high school athlete. He was Marysville-Pilchuck’s homecoming prince...
Walter Echo-Hawk Receives Human Rights Honor by International Organization
Walter Echo-Hawk, attorney with Crowe & Dunlevy, recently received the President’s Award for his commitment to human rights by the International Association of Official Human R...
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