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50 Provocative #DearNonNatives Tweets
Stranded Motorist Kills Crow Helpers
Cellmate Is Suspect in Death of Man
Amanda Blackhorse: NAJA Keynote Speaker
Fat Cat News; Mayan Mystery
Moose Deaths Blamed on Moose-Death Study
Native Language: Pathway to Traditions
30-year-long Dispute Over Fishing Territ
AIGC, Accounting Firm Create Scholarship
‘Rekindling Embers of Sovereignty'
AIANTA Announces Tourism Conference
Sage Bond, Navajo, Eyes 'American Idol'
'Indian Attack' Pulled From 5K Race
Three Native Actors Filming in S. Africa
Native American Man Was Set on Fire
Standing Ovation Opens Montreal Festival
Cowboy, Rabbit and Border Town Violence
Skate Parks Provide Positive Outlet
'Indian Attack' Slated for 5K Race
Tribes Get Help From DOE
Thing About Skins
Indigenous Women in Science Network offers support to women in STEM careers
Babette Herrmann, Today correspondent
MISSOULA, Mont. – Nina Begay, a mechanical design professional, was the only woman in her college graduating class of 24 students...
Quapaw tribal library director receives national recognition
Brenda Austin, Today correspondent
Annual golf scramble continues success
ATHENS TOWNSHIP, Mich. – The Nottawaseppi Huron Band of Potawatomi held its 7th Annual Potawatomi Golf Scramble to raise money for a tribal member college scholarship fund...
Coca leaf sacred to Bolivia indigenous
Sara Shahriari, Today correspondent
I n a mineshaft in southern Bolivia a young Quechua Indian miner scattered coca leaves at the feet of El Tio, the devilish god who guards the entrance to the mines...
Convention comes at a pivotal time for Hawaiians
Rebecca Jacobs, Today correspondent
F rom throughout the Hawaiian islands, countries and territories across the Pacific, Alaska, the U.S...
New Jersey to reduce Powhatan land due financial distress
THE SADNESS in Obie Batchelor's heart is older than America itself, he said, a bittersweet reminder of all American Indians displaced or slowly stripped of their culture over the c...
Reuniting, rejoicing, teaching
Rhythmic drumming resounded through the mountains and combined with American Indian singing to create a weekend spiritual experience in a fall rural setting...
Bows and arrows of education
Pewha, Pewha, the students recite in unison, blowing the final words of a traditional Paiute prayer to the ears of a Creator...
Tribes receive rehabilitation grants
The Cheyenne River and Oglala Sioux tribes will receive grants over a five-year period through the American Indian Vocational Rehabilitation Service Programs...
Saginaw Chippewa Indian Tribe starts using wind energy
The Saginaw Chippewa Indian Tribe will install their first wind turbine this fall. In 2004 the tribe began a wind feasibility study with the U.S...
Conferences can be the key to graduate school
WHITE PLAINS, N.Y. – The majority of students who participated in the National Action Council for Minorities in Engineering , Inc...
Pipeline creates tribal dissent
Carol Berry, Today correspondent
DENVER – A 680-mile natural gas pipeline from Wyoming to Oregon has been praised by Colorado’s governor, the state’s resource-rich Ute tribal nations, and the Council of Energy Res...
Jasper: US position on collective rights needs clarification
R ecently the government of the United States fulfilled a duty as a member of the United Nations to issue a report of the human rights situation in this country, as part of the Uni...
IRS considers removing restrictive tribal tax code
WASHINGTON – Tribes have long asked for it, now they may have a chance...
First Peoples Fund honors six Native artists’ community spirit
David Cournoyer, Special to Today
ST. PAUL, Minn...
2011 Indian Market poster contest announced
SANTA FE, N.M. – In 2011, the Indian Market will celebrate its 90th anniversary...
Indian Nations Powwow starts today
” This year’s largest Western Slope powwow commences today, with the Indian Nations Powwow making its first appearance in Montrose...
EPA unveils plan to reduce Columbia River's toxic pollution
After five years of work, the Environmental Protection Agency has released a new multi-state plan to reduce the Columbia River's toxic pollution, including tighter pollution standa...
YPT awarded Basic Library with Education/Assessment Option Grant
The Yerington Paiute Tribal Library has been awarded a $7,000 Basic Library Grant with Education/Assessment Option grant as part of an Institute of Museum and Library Services (IML...
Tribe to receive $1.6M in DOJ Grants
The Eastern Band of Cherokee Indians soon will be receiving major funding help with its law enforcement and justice programs. The U.S...
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