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A New (Old) Way to Govern Indian Country
Scientists Can't Understand Tree of Life
How You Should REALLY Celebrate Columbus
Houska: California Outs Native Slur
How to Help California Wildfire Victims
Pomo Indians Aid Wildfire Victims
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Salish Kootenai Dam Challenged
Spokane Indians Change Jerseys to Salish
ICTMN Exclusive: New Film ‘First Light’
Manning: The Demise of Columbus Day
Deadly Drug in Crosshairs
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Columbus III: Inadvertent Evil?
The Week That Was, October 11, 2015
BREAKING: Gov Signs Anti-RW-Word Bill
Groups Fight for Indigenous Peoples Day
Gov. Anoatubby Begins Eighth Term
Thing About Skins
Intervene in Pregnancy to Break Cycle of Obesity, Diabetes
The propensity for diabetes and obesity can be manipulated in the womb, according to studies conducted by researchers at Harvard Medical School, reported Time magazine...
Newhall Ranch Opponents Sue Calif. Fish & Game
Five environmental and Native American groups collectively sued the California Department of Fish and Game on Jan...
Iroquois Nationals win despite travel snafu
Gale Courey Toensing, Today staff
NEW YORK – This is the year in which the Iroquois Nationals lacrosse team became world-famous. Unfortunately, it wasn’t because of the team’s excellence on the field...
Dimitriou: ‘Like A Fox’
H aving endured centuries of conflict, survival and persecution, the Mashantucket Pequots were nearly killed off their traditional homelands in southeastern Connecticut...
List Reflects Indigenous Concerns
Native American and other indigenous concerns figure prominently, although not by name, on the list of must-watch environmental issues released Jan...
Native American History In The Classroom
A growing number of states are encouraging schools to weave American Indian history and culture into their curriculum, Associated Press reports ...
Houma Nation Mulls BP Damage
The 17,000-member United Houma Nation tribe has withstood land grabs, civil rights abuses, devastating hurricanes and marsh degradation in the centuries that its people have trolle...
Interview with Director Chris Eyre
Gale Courey Toensing
Any shortlist of the best Native American films is bound to include Chris Eyre’s award-winning debut Smoke Signals (1998) and his second feature, Skins (2002)...
Meet Joe Burton
The Soboba tribe's Joe Burton is the first Native American ever offered a scholarship to play basketball for the powerful Pac-10 conference, according to EPSN ...
Visitors get glimpse of Native American sites on North Olympic Peninsula
Those wishing to travel to the beat of a native drum have a friend in Native American Footprints...
Rock, Rattle and Drum Pow Wow in Albany
Members of the Silver Hawk Singers, a Native American drum group comprised of different tribes from New England, perform during the Rock, Rattle and Drum Pow Wow at the Crowne Plaz...
Oklahoma chief: Tribe will reopen Seneca Falls store once it finds new cigarette supplier
The Seneca-Cayuga Tribe of Oklahoma plans to reopen its combination convenience store and gas station in Seneca Falls in the near future, the nation’s chief said today...
Tribal history, culture get space in class
You can almost hear the splash of paddles hitting the water, an eagle call overhead and the crash of whales breaching as Jamie Valadez tells her high school students about paddling...
Cancun a Win? Indigenous Leaders Mixed
CANCUN, Mexico – Delegates negotiating a new international climate deal to cut carbon emissions and address mitigation and adaptation emerged from a marathon session at the United ...
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Inuktitut-language Blocks a Hit in Nunavut
A series of wooden blocks bearing Inuktitut symbols, first invented by an Inuit family for their kids, is now being produced by the hundreds, the Nunatsiaq News reports ...
Arctic Cod Possibly Endangered
Canada’s Arctic cod may be listed this year as a “species of special concern,” according to the Nunatsiaq News ...
Elk Valley Rancheria Lawsuit Sends Las Vegas Company into Bankruptcy
R. Shawn Ellis of Ellis Gaming and Entertainment, L.L.C...
Tulalip Tribes Turn Ditch into Salmon-Spawning Area
The Tulalip Tribes have successfully transformed the Coho Creek drainage ditch in west Washington into a meandering stream teeming with salmon, since beginning restoration efforts ...
Native American Son: Jim Thorpe
Kate Buford's book "Native American Son: The Life and Sporting Legend of Jim Thorpe" tackles the life of this legendary football and Olympic star, a complex character whose life ha...
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