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Stealing Pumpkins and Ordering Chickens
Re-colonize, Re-evangelize, Re-dominate
Mars Is Ready for Its Close-Up
DOI Sec. Jewell Denounces Paris Auction
Pulitzer Nominee Maurice Kenny Walks On
Paulette Jordan Wins Idaho Primary
14 Images of FLOTUS in Santa Fe
WaPo Poll: Surprising, Not Shocking
200 Native Artists at 'Native Treasures'
Fight Against R-Word Is Going Nowhere
An Unforgettable Day with Michelle Obama
EPA Brownfields Gives Tribes $1 Million
Deborah Parker to Dem Platform Committee
Trump’s Last Stand
Site C: A Test for Trudeau?
Political Porn; Rhino Horns
TripAdvisor Grants We-Ko-Pa Excellence
The Blues Man from Cochiti Returns
All Native Seniors Graduate at Nebo
Skins Poll: Tribes Have Spoken
Thing About Skins
Why an Apology from Obama on Geronimo is Unlikely
When President Barack Obama bounded into office in January of 2009, he brought with him the goodwill of tribal leaders who vouched for him, as well as the adoration of tribal citiz...
Sundance NativeLab Film Program Underway on Mescalero Apache Reservation
The NativeLab program, a film workshop for promising American Indian auteurs, is put on each year by Robert Redford's Sundance Institute; the first of its two stages is happening t...
Oprah's Angel Saves Lives: Jeremiah Simmons Leads Suicide Prevention on the Mescalero Apache Indian Reservation
The Oprah Network recently visited Jeremiah Simmons on the Mescalero Apache Indian Reservation in south central New Mexico, where he serves as the program coordinator for the Suici...
Seneca Nation Urges International Mechanism to Resolve Treaty Violations
Gale Courey Toensing
Seneca Councilor Delivers Statement at UN Permanent Forum on Indigenous Issues For the first time in its history, the Seneca Nation of Indians has taken indigenous issues, includin...
Yakama Sues Feds for Violations of Treaty, Consultation, TLOA
Gale Courey Toensing
During a visit to Washington this week, the chairman of the Confederated Tribes and Bands of the Yakama Nation and members of his delegation will go to the National Archives to vie...
Glen Douglas Passes at 84; Lakes-Okanogan Indian Veteran of Three Wars
Known to many throughout the Spokane region for his work helping at various sacred ceremonies and veterans’ events, Army veteran Glen Douglas will be missed...
Crow Tribe ‘Desperately’ Seeking Donations in Wake of Floods
Tribal officials on the Crow Reservation in northern Montana were warning of water-supply contamination on May 25 as searches went on for residents who'd been stranded in the flood...
First American Indian Woman Receives Statewide Award in Wisconsin
Gwen Carr, Cayuga, has made a care out of politics and government at the state and federal levels. It’s only fitting that she be honored for her work. Today at 1 p.m...
Barriere Lake Algonquins Oppose Copper Mining Proposal on Their Territory
Gale Courey Toensing
Members of the Algonquins of Barriere Lake community have invoked the U.N...
The Ancient American Indian Builders of Northeast Louisiana
The most famous ancient American Indian earthen structure in the United States is Cahokia Mounds near Collinsville, Illinois...
Secretary Salazar Wants His Pay
Cobell Indians Still Waiting for Their Money A new congressional battle over a pay increase for Department of the Interior Secretary Ken Salazar serves to indirectly highlight the ...
May 26 Event
Updating and Consolidation of World Bank Safeguard Policies Organized by World Bank From 1:15 – 2:45 p.m. Located in Conference Room 1, North Lawn Building, New York, N.Y.
Water Rights Highlighted at United Nations Indigenous Issues Forum
At the 10th annual Permanent Forum on Indigenous Issues, being held at UN headquarters in New York City through the end of this week, environmental issues are a constant topic of d...
Denver Indian Center Sees Spring as a Time of Transition
Nigel Thomas, 3, Dine, watered plants during the Shellene Redhorse and Ellison Grimm plant seeds at the Denver Indian Center during the Youth Garden Spring Planting Day at the Denv...
Coalition of Large Tribes Forms to Aid Big Tribes
While no way has yet been found to ensure that every tribal interest or issue gets enough federal attention (and how to measure that, anyway?), coalition-building by like-minded tr...
Chickasaw Nation Head Start Students Graduate
To celebrate their graduation Sulphur Chickasaw Nation Head Start students sang songs for family and friends. Chickasaw Nation Governor Bill Anoatubby and Lt...
Alberta Fire Ban Lifted; Hundreds Homeless
A fire ban had been lifted, oil production was starting to resume and a plan was being developed to get evacuees back into their homes in the region around Slave Lake, Alberta, aft...
Let's Move! in Indian Country Debuts at Menominee Indian Reservation
In an effort to improve the health and well being of American Indian and Alaska Native youth and decrease obesity, First Lady Michelle Obama created Let's Move!...
Navajo Nation Fosters Change
Native residents of one border town may find race relations improving after years of alleged discrimination, harassment and disbelief from non-Native storekeepers, teens, and city ...
Racist Governor Loses Namesake
Former California Governor Peter Burnett A San Francisco preschool recently rid itself of its connection to Peter Burnett , California’s first governor...
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