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Cherokee Nation Rebuilds Citizen’s Home
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‘False solutions’ on climate change bring indigenous delegation to Washington
Jerry Reynolds, Today correspondent
WASHINGTON – On the eve of the United Nations Permanent Forum on Indigenous Issues annual session in New York City, a delegation of 18 indigenous leaders from both hemispheres stop...
Wabanaki veterans honored with Native American Veterans Day
Gale Courey Toensing
AUGUSTA, Maine – Veterans who are tribal members of the Wabanaki Confederacy will be recognized each year on a newly designated Native American Veterans Day...
Commitment to Native language: Kudos to NMAI
Letter to the Editor
A mong our greatest contemporary heroes are the people in our communities working to teach fluency in our Native languages to the new generations...
Native Currents: In commemoration
Charles Norman Shay
As one of the last surviving Maine Indian combat veterans who served our country in the second World War, I was grateful for the opportunity to witness Gov...
Letter to the Editor
I really think that if we could get more public pools on the Pine Ridge Indian Reservation, it would be beneficial to the youth as well as adults...
Who’s an Indian?
Letter to the Editor
How we live our daily lives, how we face the challenges, obstacles and even adversities, is our only evidence of our character and who we are...
Annett: Declaring the times on Parliament Hill
Kevin D. Annett
I committed treason recently in front of a throng of Royal Canadian Mounted Police and Canadian Security Intelligence Service goons outside what is called the Canadian Parliament...
Yakamas: Developers damaging cultural sites
The Associated Press
GOLDENDALE, Wash. (AP) – The manager of the Yakama Nation Cultural Resource Department says development is damaging sacred cultural sites...
The Shakopee Mdewakanton Sioux offers top-10 ranked golf course at Mystic Lake
Vincent Schilling, Today correspondent
PRIOR LAKE, Minn...
Indian Arts & Crafts Association announces 2009 Artist of the Year
ALBUQUERQUE, N.M. – The Indian Arts and Crafts Association supports its member artists through its Artist of the Year competition held each spring...
‘Tribal Childhood, Growing Up in Traditional Native America,’ by Adolph Hungrywolf
Maria Scandale, Today correspondent
A ncestral heritages” and “simple traditions” are crowded from the thoughts of many of today’s Native children, says author Adolph Hungrywolf in “Tribal Childhood: Growing Up in Tr...
Native Americans being recruited for medical field
William Hermann, The Arizona Republic
PHOENIX (AP) – For a young Hopi medical student, the problem was overcoming her culture’s view of handling a dead body...
Indian cemetery re-opens
Although the gates of the Colfax Indian Cemetery have been unlocked, members of the Colfax-Todds Valley Consolidated Tribe refuse to enter the property...
Church blends American Indian, Christian traditions
The aroma of sage fills the air as leaves burn heavy and sweet in the cupped recess of a shell...
Tribe's forestry practices impressive
"Behold, my brothers, the spring has come; the earth has received the embraces of the sun and we shall soon see the results of that love!...
Human remains found in Cook Inlet bluff
A group of sixth-graders on a field trip this week came across what could be ancient bones that had been unearthed on a Nikiski beach, according to Alaska State Troopers...
Bill expands state gambling venues
Arizonans could get new options for where to gamble under a proposal being advanced by a top Republican legislator...
Small town resisting prison on tribal land
Feuds between Indians and settlers go way back in Arizona history, but a burgeoning dispute near Tucson features a curious twist: The Native Americans are planning to build a priso...
Seized cigarettes pit tribe against tax commission
A federal judge has asked the Oklahoma Tax Commission not to stop Muscogee (Creek) Nation vehicles that are transporting tobacco until a judge can rule on part of a lawsuit filed a...
Annual Paiute powwow will feature dancing, drums, food and crafts
More than 200 American Indian dancers are expected to display their skill at the 21st annual Las Vegas Paiute Tribe Snow Mountain Pow Wow on Saturday...
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