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Clinton Campaign Responds to DAPL
DAPL: Desecration, Mace, Police Snipers
Native Women Must Vote Now
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Large Police Action Underway at DAPL
Water Protectors' Efforts Not in Vain
How Far Will North Dakota Go?
DAPL: Water Protectors Brace for Winter
Paiutes Triumph in Court
9 Reasons to Be Hopeful About Education
McAdam’s Efforts to Protect the Land
Civil Rights Leaders Join Protectors
A Landslide Election: Great for Natives?
Before Shailene Woodley’s Arrest
Ruffalo, DiCaprio, Jesse Jackson in ND
Seminole-owned Hard Rock President & CEO
Bully No More
#NoDAPL in Historical Context
Al Gore Supports Standing Rock, NoDAPL
Thing About Skins
Mining Company to Pay Coeur d’Alene, State of Idaho and U.S. Government
According to a statement released by the Depeartment of Justice , Hecla Mining Company will pay $263.4 million plus interest to the Coeur d'Alene Tribe, the state of Idaho and the ...
Salazar May Not Return
Interior Secretary Ken Salazar was recently asked by The Denver Post whether he would continue to serve if Obama is re-elected in 2012. His response was a bit of a surprise...
Philanthropists and Indigenous Leaders Talk Solutions to World’s Pressing Problems
Philanthropy has often overlooked the world’s 300 million Indigenous Peoples...
Rainbow of Ribbons Pow Wow Honors Breast Cancer Survivors
A non-profit organization called Rainbow of Ribbons recently hosted a pow wow in honor of women who have survived cancer and domestic violence in Auburn, Washginton...
Body Building Couple Lifted Themselves Up
Tami Bellon knows that strength and endurance runs in her family because a Cherokee ancestor managed to endure the Trail of Tears trek...
600 Sacred Sites
Is Ohio a sacred state? There’s a strong case to be made for it...
Finnish Band Dedicates Video to Indigenous Peoples of Australia
The Finnish Band Hevein released its new music video for the song “Nor” on June 15...
A Talk with the ‘Winter in the Blood’ Filmmakers
A poster for Winter in the Blood featuring Chaske Spencer James Welch's 1974 novel Winter in the Blood is set on the very rural Fort Belknap Indian Reservation, located near the Ca...
Mille Lacs Band of Ojibwe Names Kulick Commissioner of Corporate Affairs
The Mille Lacs Band of Ojibwe looked to be in agreement with Gail Kulick, a long-time Milaca attorney and civic leader, as they recently named her the Commissioner of Corporate Aff...
Montana-Wyoming Tribal Leaders Council Offers Support
When the Little Bighorn River surged over it’s banks flooding the Crow Reservation in northern Montana, it was only a piece of the bigger picture...
Two Native Sites Make List of 11 Most Endangered
The National Trust for Historic Preservation has released the 24th edition of its annual Most Endangered Historic Places , and two sites in particular are significant both historic...
Tribal Police Satisfied with Outcome of Drug Raid
Aboriginal police forces who assisted in the 500-officer-strong June 14 drug raid on several Mohawk territories around Montreal said on Tuesday that ridding their land of drugs and...
New Mexico Indian Tribes Oppose Jemez Pueblo's Anthony Project
New Mexico's Indian tribes are ganging up against the Jemez Pueblo in opposition of its bid to partner with a Santa Fe art dealer Gerald Peters to build a $55 million hotel and cas...
Oliver Jones Recalls the Tet Offensive
Oliver Jones paid a price for serving his country, with decades of flashbacks and nightmares that went untreated for years. His tour of duty as a medic was short, but intense...
30th Annual Plains Indian Museum Powwow
On June 18 – 19, 2011, the 30th Annual Plains Indian Museum Powwow kicks off at the Robbie Powwow Garden, an outdoor, grass amphitheater, next to the RV parking lot at the Buffalo ...
DOC and United Indians Join Forces to Improve Tribal Religious Programs for Native Offenders
American Indian religious practices for incarcerated offenders has often been an area of concern...
Red Earth Festival Honored One Ruthe Blalock Jones
Award-winning artist Ruthe Blalock Jones (Chu-Lun-Dit) (Delaware, Shawnee, Peoria), from Muskogee, OK was named the 2011 Red Earth Honored One...
Native Youth Leadership and Athletic Academy
From June 27-30, the Native Youth Leadership and Athletic Academy (NYLAA) will take place in McMinnville, Oregon, at Linfield College...
NABI Offers Young Ballers a Chance to Play—and Learn
There aren’t many teenage Indian basketball players who don’t recognize the initials “NABI,” even though the Native American Basketball Invitational didn’t begin until 2003, and at...
Salish Kootenai College Celebrates Graduation and Luana Ross’s First Year as President
Salish Kootenai Students awaited their turn to cross the stage and receive their diplomas...
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