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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
Tulsa Law Program Not Just for Attorneys
Little Lending in Any SD Counties
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
NIEA Convention Attendance Up
Crow leader relieved water bill cleared Senate
The Senate passage of the Crow Water Rights Settlement Act of 2010 was a long time coming for Crow Chairman Cedric Black Eagle...
Today crucial for native understanding
When Tim Evans asked what happens on the fourth Friday in November at the recent American Indian Heritage Month celebration, most answered Black Friday...
Salgado admits to bribes
Victor Morales, Today correspondent
LOS ANGELES – The former chairman of the Soboba Band of Luiseño Indians , Robert Salgado Sr., pleaded guilty on Oct...
Animal images tell visual story of boys in trouble
Kara Briggs, American Indian News Service
R ick Bartow’s sculpture “From the Mad River to the Little Salmon River, or The Responsibility of Raising a Child” is a precariously balanced series of images...
Recovering indigenous sovereignty
Letter to the Editor
T he idea of sovereignty comes from the laws and diplomacy of the system of contemporary nation states...
Second time around
Letter to the Editor
I would first like to say that the first Tribal Nations Conference President Obama held turned out to be an embarrassing fiasco on our part...
Young Native Writers Essay Contest
WASHINGTON – The Holland & Knight Charitable Foundation is looking for essays in its sixth annual Young Native Writers Essay Contest ...
Carl Beam Retrospective to Travel the World
Aboriginal and Canadian contemporary artist Carl Beam broke barriers in 1986 when the National Gallery of Canada bought The North American Iceberg, its first-ever purchase of a wor...
Canada endorses ‘aspirational’ UN Declaration
Gale Courey Toensing, Today staff
OTTAWA – Canada endorsed the U.N. Declaration on the Rights of Indigenous Peoples Nov...
The First Pocahontas May Have Been a Viking
Genes from the Beothuk, a long-extinct branch of Canada's aboriginal peoples, have shown up in samples of 80 people from Iceland, a team of anthropologists and geneticists has reve...
College of the Week: Dartmouth College
OVERVIEW OF THE NATIVE AMERICAN STUDIES PROGRAM AT DARTMOUTH COLLEGE Founded in 1769 with a mission to educate Indian students, Dartmouth College recommitted itself to that mission...
Native American Languages: Loss And Revitalization
"Approximately half of the world's languages are considered to be endangered, and we may be losing languages as often as one every two or three weeks," says K...
Meet Valerie Fast Horse, Rezkast.com Founder
Valerie Fast Horse founded Rezkast.com, a website for Native people to express themselves and share ideas, language and culture with others...
Navajo Meat-Processing Plant to Open in Spring
Ramah Navajo Foods, a joint venture between Blue Mountain Meats of Monticello, Utah, and New Mexico's Ramah Navajo Chapter , announced plans to open a meat processing and wholesale...
Is Huxley’s Brave New World Racist?
Aldous Huxley's classic novel Brave New World that has been rated by Modern Library as No...
Lakota language gets a boost
Language, Tipiziwin Young will tell you, has the power to heal broken cultures...
Schweitzer’s leadership helped Native Americans
Gov. Brian Schweitzer has nearly come full term...
Grant funding gives tribe $3.5M boost
Grant funding from the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services has given the Cherokee Nation a boost of about $3.5 million for the 2010-’11 fiscal year...
Other tribes restore buffalo ties
When the people of Stevens Village faced a meat shortage, they reached across time for an answer...
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