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How Sacred Objects Heal, Part II
Cherokee Elders Tell Halloween Tales, 3
The Sun as Jack-o-Lantern, From NASA
Truth About Origins Will Free Us All
Russian Leaders Detained From WCIP
Four Native American Ghost Stories
Video: Spooky Space Songs From NASA
The Coast Salish Nation: "We Will Heal'
The Perils of Halloween Appropriation
GOP Fearmongering; Obama Dog
Video: Non-Offensive Costume Tips
Kansas City Chiefs QB On Native Heritage
Day of the Dead's Indigenous Origins
Test of Policy (Not Character)
17 Redface Costumes From Walmart
Controversial Jackson Musical Canceled
Save Our Children, Save Ourselves
Judge Denies Lawyers in ABQ Murders
Oneida Indian Nation to Honor Veterans
'Project Runway' Star Patricia Michaels
Thing About Skins
Navajo woman appointed head of national business office
A Lupton, Ariz., native last week was named as national director of the U.S. Small Business Administration's Office of Native American Affairs...
Bird first Eastern Cherokee to graduate United States Air Force Academy
Joshua Daniel Bird, a 2004 graduate of William Blount High School, became the first member of the Eastern Band of the Cherokee Indian Tribe to attend the U.S. Air Force Academy...
Tribe, Jurrius settle lawsuit
Attorneys for the Ute Indian Tribe confirmed Friday that they have settled a lawsuit with the tribe's former financial adviser, John P. Jurrius...
Akwesasne border closed in armed guard protest
The federal government won't reopen a Canada-U.S...
Victim of the system – Shonto Pete
Jack McNeel, Today correspondent
SPOKANE, Wash. – Shonto Pete’s story is a tragic example of justice gone wrong...
Mohawks stand against new border policies
Randi Rourke and Tom Wanamaker
AKWESASNE – With bridges to both the United States and Canada closed, the Mohawk people of Akwesasne and their supporters gathered at the Canadian customs building on Cornwall Isla...
28th Annual Plains Indian Museum Powwow celebrates vibrant cultural traditions
Barbara Deanna Greene
B arbara Deanna Greene, born April 2, 1956, went peacefully to the Lord while sleeping in her home Friday, April 24, 2009. Barbara valiantly fought her battle against cancer...
Conference to focus on teaching Native students
FLAGSTAFF, Ariz. – Northern Arizona University’s College of Education is hosting a conference to better prepare teachers of Native American students...
Sullivan County approves agreement for Seneca Catskill Casino project
Micmacs petition for a new election
Gale Courey Toensing
PRESQUE ISLE, Maine – Members of the Aroostook Band of Micmac Indians are circulating a petition for new elections...
Historic Preservation Division asks for Mount Taylor property owners help
SANTA FE, N.M...
Charter schools may benefit from New Market Tax Credits
HONOLULU – The Council for Native Hawaiian Advancement has submitted an application to the U.S. Treasury Department for $50 million in New Market Tax Credits...
Former Yakutat man elected president of Potlatch Fund
Jim Thomas, a Tlingit formerly of Yakutat, was recently elected president of the Potlatch Fund, an American Indian/Alaska Native philanthropic foundation headquartered in Seattle, ...
Crew unearths ancient remains near Cannery Row
Construction workers digging near Cannery Row have found a female skeleton that may be thousands of years old...
Collar Reintroduced to Penobscot Indians
Three years ago, Charles Norman Shay, a Penobscot Indian elder, commissioned the making of a tribal collar that his family once owned...
Havasupai tourist spot reopening
An American Indian reservation deep in the Grand Canyon has long been known for its towering blue-green waterfalls, but returning tourists will be greeted by an altered landscape...
Recreation program targets youth suicide
On the Pine Ridge and Rosebud reservations, where youth suicide is an ongoing scourge, a fishing pole or baseball bat could be a lifesaver...
Cherokee tribe seeking $18M in stimulus funds
The Cherokee Indian tribe has asked for $18 million in federal stimulus funds to spend on health care, housing, a new jail and roads on its western North Carolina reservation...
Native American culture celebrated at Kaweah Oaks Preserve
Saturday's "Go Native!" cultural celebration, now in its second year at the Kaweah Oaks Preserve east of Visalia, was more than just a demonstration for at least one attendee...
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