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Report: Alberta Oil Sands Contaminate Wild Food, Give Aboriginals Cancer
The Alberta oil sands are contaminating the wild food downstream in Fort Chipewyan with toxic metals, causing elevated cancer rates among residents, particularly members of the Ath...
Cowboy Crooner and Steer Wrestler Is 'Lovin and Losin' in His Country Music Life
PRESS RELEASE -- For rodeo cowboy and balladeer Armond Duck Chief, wrestling steers and making music are just a natural combination...
Let’s Read! Let’s Move! Kicks Off at NMAI
U.S. Department of Education
U.S. Secretary of Education Arne Duncan is kicking off the first 2014 Let’s Read! Let’s Move!...
How The EPA Is Working to Avoid Another Harvest of Shame, Save Workers
Ashley Nelsen, EPA
Have you seen Edward R. Murrow’s documentary Harvest of Shame ? It’s a Peabody-award winning film about the agricultural conditions of migrants in the 1960s...
Interior: $50 M in Land Buy-Backs for Rosebud, Deadline August 16
Department of the Interior Release
In another step to fulfill President Barack Obama’s commitment to help strengthen Indian communities, the Department of the Interior announced June 25 that offers have been sent to...
Monroe Pow Wow Stays Traditional, Doubles in Size
The Monroe County Pow Wow is stepping away from the modern way of doing things and stepping back into the traditional...
Mountain Pine Beetle Infestation Looms Over Pit River Tribe Gathering
As the Pit River Indian Tribe’s annual gathering approaches, environmental officials are working to curtail an infestation of mountain pine beetles that is decimating lodgepoles at...
The Bravery of the Buffalo Runners: Providing for the Tribe
What will visitors learn during a visit to First Peoples Buffalo Jump State Park? That buffalo runners were mostly teenagers, some of the bravest of their tribe...
Redskins Blogger Ben Tribbett Resigns via Twitter
Late Monday night, politico Ben Tribbett resigned from his job as a media consultant with the Washington Redskins amid controversy over offensive Tweets he'd written about Native A...
Australian Slot-machine Manufacturer Bets on American Indian Casinos
Australian gaming machine maker Aristocrat Leisure Ltd has agreed to buy privately owned Video Gaming Technologies (VGT) for US $1.28 billion in cash...
Remote Amazonian Villages in Peru Lack Schools, Teachers
Before dawn on school days, about a dozen Urarina children climb out of mosquito nets, dress and leave this tiny village for the muddy, nearly 90-minute trek to school in the neare...
Unsealed Records Raise More Questions in Murder Case
A superior court judge on July 2 unsealed search warrants and other records in the investigation into the 2012 murder of Faith Hedgepeth, a student at the University of North Carol...
Wisc. Tribes Join Forces to Combat Drug and Gang Activity Through NADGI
In the last few years, a special task force has been steadily gaining steam in Wisconsin’s Indian country...
Album Review: Tanya Tagaq's Throaty, Grunting 'Animism'
Janet Marie Rogers
I am almost out of fresh descriptive words to effectively reference Tanya Tagaq, the artist and her newest album Animism -- however, being a poet of some renown, I rise to the chal...
Lacrosse Check! Watch a Preview of the Iroquois Nationals in Action
In this video, Lax.com visited the Onondaga reservation to understand the importance of the Creator’s Game from a Native perspective...
Cherokee Nation Receives $3.7 Million Grant for Out-of-Work Citizens
The Cherokee Nation was recently awarded a $3.7 million Job-Driven Nation Emergency Grant to provide training for workers who have lost their jobs in high-demand industries...
Don't Cook Your Dog! Pets in Hot Cars Need Your Help
Ian Elwood, ALDF
We have all seen the sad story in the news about a neglectful dog owner who goes into a store “just for a minute” and returns to find his dog dead inside the car, where, on hot day...
All-Girl Road Trip! Behind the Scenes of ATCR's 'Sisters' Video
Not too long ago we brought you the video for "Sisters" by A Tribe Called Red , with the admittedly bombastic claim that the clip would take the DJ trio "to the next level." Well, ...
Cherokee Nation Donates More Than $451,000 to Local Fire Departments
Cherokee Nation Release
The Cherokee Nation donated $451,000 to 129 rural and city fire departments on July 1, thanking the firefighters for helping protect citizen homes and families...
Huge Black Market in Native Relics Slowed by FBI Seizures
Mary Annette Pember
“The illegal trade in artifacts is very lucrative and represents a large criminal worldwide activity...
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