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'Dreamland:..America’s Opiate Epidemic'
Amazing Eagle Released by Sacred Friends
Oklahoma Tribes Protect Monarchs
Trump Riot in New Mexico
Keepseagle Fast-Track Process Begins
Walking On at 8, But Born to Dance
Yazzie-Mintz Honored by Harvard
Sacred Deer Return to Jalisco, Mexico
SIPI Students Transform Desert Into Mars
Sen. John McCoy: I Oppose Disenrollment
Coal Terminal: ‘Looking at Options’
NMAI: Stop Auction of Remains & Items
Angriest Indian Author: Adrian C. Louis
Harsh Wildfire Season on West Coast
Native Students Enjoy IAIA Graduation
What Comes After #NoIWontJustMoveOn?
Tawna Sanchez: ‘We Did It’
Read It and Eat: Literacy and Lunch
Teaching O’odham History in Arizona
Missing Men from Pine Ridge Found Dead
Thing About Skins
Painting of Native Americans Banned
Georgia’s new commissioner of agriculture, Gary Black, has promised that once he takes office Jan...
Trickster – Native American Tales
"Meet the Trickster, a crafty creature or being who disrupts the order of things, often humiliating others and sometimes himself in the process...
Weaving Native American history into the education curriculum
You can almost hear the splash of paddles hitting the water, an eagle call overhead and the crash of whales breaching as Jamie Valadez tells her high school students about paddling...
Tex Hall to give tribal speech to Legislature
Three Affiliated Tribes Chairman Tex Hall is speaking to the Legislature about the relationship between North Dakota's state government and its American Indian tribal governments...
Tribes Receive $692,000 in Police Grants
The state has awarded another round of grants to American Indian tribes to help cover law enforcement expenses...
BJORK, TANYA TAGAQ & RAHZEL who is it (live)
Larry Omaha @ The HaHa Cafe Part 1
Lessons to be learned from Carcieri fix defeat
Gale Courey Toensing, Today staff
WASHINGTON – The BIA’s announced its decision to take land into trust for an initial reservation for the Cowlitz Indian Tribe on the same day that the 111th Congress adjourned with...
Canadian MPs to Study Violence Against Aboriginal Women
Members of Canada’s parliamentary Committee on the Status of Women will fan out across the nation over the next two weeks to investigate the scope of violence against aboriginal wo...
Tribes Consider Horse-Processing Plant
On the Yakama Indian Reservation in southern Washington, wild horses trample the grass hills to dust...
Sierra Club Joins CA Solar Lawsuit Fray
The Sierra Club has joined the list of groups suing California agencies over solar projects...
Tom Oxendine: First Lumbee Pilot
Dr. Dean Chavers
I was in Miss Ruby Dial’s library one day in 1956, standing by the window, when I heard a low noise coming from the west. It grew louder and louder, and finally overwhelming...
N.A. Groups Sue CA Over Fast-track Solar Concerns
Red Black: A Shared History
The Eiteljorg Museum of American Indians and Western Art in Indianapolis is showcasing a very interesting exhibition that will explore the shared history between African and Native...
Nunavut Capital Battles Heat Wave
Iqaluit, the Nunavut capital, is struggling to de-ice its streets, challenged by temperatures that are running 20 degrees Celsius (68 Fahrenheit) above normal, the Nunatsiaq News r...
EPA Approves Historic Klamath River Cleanup
Protecting Native American cultural uses of Klamath River is one goal of a historic restoration plan for the waterway announced on Jan. 4 by the U.S...
Will Washington Revive its Bleak Budget with Statewide Gambling?
Washington State’s $4.6 billion deficit, which caused Gov...
Mid-Year Graduates Honored
United Tribes Technical College honored 16 mid-year graduates during a ceremony Dec. 17 at the college in Bismarck...
6th Annual Sobriety Pow Wow
All Drums and Dancers Welcome! Admission is Free. Donations appreciated. No Drugs, No Alcohol, No Politics, please...
Crazy Horse Memorial 63 Years in the Making
Crazy Horse's face peers out from the granite monolith of Thunderhead Mountain, massive and imposing...
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