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The Week That Was: November 29, 2015
3 Frustrations When Helping Students
Be a Big Brother or Big Sister
Roughed-Up Akwesasne Man Walks On
Little Lending in Any SD Counties
Tulsa Law Program Not Just for Attorneys
USDA Seeds Econ Development in N. Mexico
Video: If Natives Said What Whites Say
Police Sacrifice Dignity and Doughnuts
Oneida Nation Opens Bank Branch
8 MORE Points of Wisdom From Dr. Coyote
What’s Your American Indian IQ?
Indian Country’s Barack Obama?
Raul Trujillo: NatGeo Saints & Strangers
Int'l Crises: Our Past, Their Present
Indigenous Climate Experts Take Paris
DOJ Asks SCOTUS To Rule Case
Being Considered 'as Nothing'
Awesome Worldwide Rock Your Mocs Pics
Thanks for Nothing
Thing About Skins
Tribes' Climate Change Comments Period Extended
The President’s Council on Environmental Quality (CEQ) is so eager to hear what tribes and Alaska Natives have to say about climate change and greenhouse gas emissions that it has ...
Inuit people have lived on Baffin for 4,000-plus years, according to the climbing website Summitpost.org ...
This emerald lake is 34 miles west of Banff, Canada, in the Rocky Mountains at the western edge of Alberta, just over the border from British Columbia...
Urban Native Girl Muks It Up
February can seem like a cold and dreary time as we greatly anticipate spring’s arrival. Why not embrace the slight chill, and maybe actually enjoy it?...
Native Tuition Reimbursement May Change
In the wake of Colorado Gov...
Cherokee Nation Tribal Council Meeting Ends With Approvals
The Cherokee Nation received some good news this week as the tribal council approved an increase in the tribe’s operating budget and to set guidelines regarding how elected officia...
Anthropologist to Discuss Plateau Peoples’ Portal and Mukurtu Archive
Kimberly Christen , Washington State University cultural anthropologist will discuss the Plateau Peoples’ Web Portal and Mukurtu Archive Project on the BBC radio program “Digital P...
Colorado Lt. Governor Sees No Native/Latino Conflicts
DENVER—A red/brown divide may be perceived in some places but it’s based on a misconception, according to Colorado’s new lieutenant governor and head of both the Colorado Commissio...
Bank2 Reaches Out to New Mexico Tribes
ALBUQUERQUE—An American Indian bank, Oklahoma City-based Bank2 , wants to partner with New Mexico tribal housing entities to drum up more Indian mortgages in the Land of Enchantmen...
‘Ambassadors’ of Reversing Diabetes Began 5,400-Mile Cross-Country Walk
Chief Kindness, Dennis Banks (founder of Longest Walk and AIM) and Sycuan Chairman Danny Tucker want you to participate in the Longest Walk 3 Reversing Diabetes...
Ecuadorian Judge Finds Chevron Guilty of Polluting Amazon Region
It took 17 years, but justice has finally come for the thousands of Ecuadoreans affected by contamination left behind by Chevron...
Teenage Girl Wins Essay Contest, Heads to NBA All-Star Game
Thea Little Light was planning to spend this coming Sunday in front of her television watching the NBA all-star game in Los Angeles. But she's been forced to change those plans...
Symposium at Algoma University Drew a Diverse Crowd
Algoma University President Rick Myers called a Diversity Symposium , held at the university February 16, an important step in bringing people together from the many cultures that ...
Federal Laws Discriminate; Tribal Justice May Improve
Federal justice on reservations is discriminatory and harsh, especially for youth, but recently enhanced tribal justice systems – a potential remedy – may not be easy to implement,...
First Nations Vociferously Oppose Enbridge Rockies Pipeline
Enbridge, the same company that is at the moment spending at least $550 million to clean up a spill in Michigan, is trying to get right-of-way so it can build an oil pipeline acros...
Dakota Talk Radio to Tackle the Issues on FM Airwaves
Dakota Talk Radio KDKO 89.5 FM, has only been a radio station on the internet for the past four years, but in a matter of weeks, the Native radio station will be hitting the FM air...
NACA Responds to Criticisms of Native Corporations
Recently Native firms, specifically ANCs, have come under harsh scrutiny for funneling money to outside contractors, allegedly at the expense of native communities, reported The Wa...
Aboriginal Art Exhibit One of a Kind in Winnipeg
If Winnipeg has anything to say about it, aboriginal art has Arrived with a capital A...
Smoke: Sending the Message to Rez Youth
Jason "Smoke" Nichols has certainly seen and lived some of the darker sides of life...
Bayou Tribes Want Payback from BP
Louisiana’s American Indian fishing tribes were already financially struggling from social change and coastal erosion, reported the Associated Press , when a BP well spewed an esti...
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