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Thing About Skins
Emmylou Harris, Steve Earle Remake Johnny Cash's 'Bitter Tears'
In 1964, country singer Johnny Cash released Bitter Tears: Ballads of the American Indian , a tribute to and meditation on the Native American experience...
St. Regis Mohawk and Massena NY to Restore Grasse River Waterfront
The St. Regis Mohawk Tribe and the town of Massena, New York are teaming up to rejuvenate the Grasse River waterfront...
University of Arizona Makes American Indian Studies More Accessible
University of Arizona
The University of Arizona has made its American Indian Studies program a department, a change that allows for the development of a bachelor’s degree in the discipline...
Crime & Drug Trafficking Threatening to Overwhelm the Bakken
North Dakota and Montana's oil patch was singled out in the 2014 National Drug Control Strategy report for having “overwhelmed state, local and tribal law enforcement agencies work...
A Million Gallons of Salty Wastewater Leaks Near Fort Berthold Water Supply
An underground-pipeline rupture that sent a million gallons of saltwater leaking into a bay that feeds the Fort Berthold Indian Reservation’s water-supply lake could take weeks to ...
Legendary Quarterback Sonny Sixkiller: Redskins Name 'Is Racist to Me'
Sonny Sixkiller was born in Tahlequah, Oklahoma, and is a member of the Cherokee Nation -- he's also one of the most accomplished quarterbacks ever to play for the University of Wa...
Masters of Drum, Quill and Basket Tapped for Major NEA Award
The National Endowment for the Arts (NEA) presents its Heritage Fellowships annually to master folk artists, and in 2014 the list of recipients includes three eminent Natives: drum...
Unsettled: Triumph and Tragedy in Maine’s Indian Country
For readers who thought of the mid-1960s civil rights struggle as taking place in the American South, the opening chapters of a 29-part series now being published by the Portland P...
5 Tribal Land and Water Rights Bills Get SCIA Attention
Seeking to hear directly from tribal leaders on the important issue of land and water rights, Senate Committee on Indian Affairs Chairman Jon Tester (D-Mont.) held a hearing on fiv...
That Stinks! Santa Fe Police Pulled Rifle on Native American for ... Dog Poop?
A police officer in Santa Fe, New Mexico, pulled a weapon on a revered American Indian painter who was just cleaning up dog poop in his SUV...
5 Foods Natives Hunted Before Europeans
What do you call an Indian vegetarian? A bad hunter...
Three More Tribes Sign Land Buy-Back Agreements Under Cobell
The Crow Tribe, Fort Belknap Indian Community, and the Assiniboine and Sioux Tribes of the Fort Peck Indian Reservation have signed land buyback agreements with the federal governm...
Video: The 170-Year Fight for Native Hawaiian Independence
Towards the end of June the Department of the Interior made it known that they were interested in entering talks about a government-to-government relationship with Native Hawaiians...
Get Ready to Cry: John T. Williams Documentary Calls for Healing, Not Anger
Deanna Sebring was the main witness to the murder. She crossed Howell Street at 4:12 p.m...
Wabanaki Fire Kicks Off USET Meeting on Empowerment
Gale Courey Toensing
The United South and Eastern Tribes’ mid-year meeting last month in Bar Harbor, Maine – Wabanaki Confederacy territory – had all the usual components of a big conference – a color ...
New Fish Consumption Guidelines More Political Than Scientific, Northwest Tribes Say
Northwest tribes had mixed reaction to Washington Governor Jay Inslee’s plan for dealing with water pollutants and their presence in fish after he raised the consumption level to 1...
Rookie Phenom Shoni Schimmel Will Start in WNBA All-Star Game
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Video: Remembering the Fallen Firefighter Heroes of Storm King, and Yarnell
It was 20 years ago, but the wounds are still fresh for friends and family of the 14 firefighters, including two Natives, who died on July 6, 1994 while battling the fabled South C...
There's a 'Redskins Pride' Caucus in the Virginia Legislature. What?
Amid the fallout over blogger Ben Tribbett's brief employment by the Washington Redskins , a strange aside kept cropping up in news coverage...
Reddish Mud of a Spring or Eaglestaff—One Name Will Grace a New School
A Seattle school program for Native American students and students from an alternative school will have a name that is based on the Duwamish name for a local spring...
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