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‘Real’ Indians & Blood Quantum
Tanoak Tree: Acorn Tells a Native Story
Totems and Tourism: Hydaburg, Alaska
NMAI Profile: Brenda Meade
The Road to Visibility: Billy Frank Jr.
Micki Free Rocks Out on 'American Trash'
Tribal Tech Makes Inc. 500 List
Pump Money into Native Business
Struggling to Live Through Wildfires
Houska: Native Youth Protest Pipeline
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‘The Beginning and End of Rape’
Stop Contributing to Your Oppression
What Defines an Indigenous Group?
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Thing About Skins
Behind the Scenes: Still Wounded
Aaron Huey arrived on the Pine Ridge reservation in South Dakota at the start of a self-assigned photographic road trip to document poverty in America...
Isleta Casino Resort to become a Hard Rock Hotel and Casino
Pending the review of the National Indian Gaming Commission, the Pueblo of Isleta will rebrand its newly expanded hotel and casino just south of Albuquerque, and become the first H...
Rhody Awards honor historic preservation
A classic 1950s diner, a preservation specialist who works with the Narragansett Indian tribe, and a modernist church designed by the pioneering architect Pietro Belluschi are amon...
Kennedy urged to support tribal land bill
A Native American advocacy group is urging U.S. Rep...
Brazil: Tribe Dwindles to 5 People
The Akuntsu tribe has been whittled down to five people after the group’s oldest member, Ururu, died, a native rights organization, Survival International, said Monday...
Intertribal dispute won't head to federal court
A long-running intertribal dispute over reservation land north of Julian will not be resolved in federal court, a judge in San Diego has ruled...
Reservation casino smoking policy comes at a cost
It's a niche market created by the last segment of Montana's Clean Indoor Air Act originally put in place four years ago...
Appeal for recognition denied, but chief says efforts won't stop just yet
The chief of the Schaghticoke Tribal Nation said Monday the tribe's quest for federal recognition will not die, despite a federal ruling that rejected claims of undue political inf...
Bank sues Nooksack Tribe for defaulting on casino loan
Marshall Bank of Minnesota has filed a lawsuit against the Nooksack Indian Tribe and the tribally chartered Nooksack Business Corp., alleging that the tribe is behind on repayment ...
Tribes take salmon battle into state's road culverts
He's heavier now, his face lined with creases, his white hair receding in a widow's peak. But nearly 65 years after his first arrest for poaching fish, Billy Frank Jr...
Wabanaki Bates-Bowdoin-Colby Collaborative
Gale Courey Toensing
W hen’s a good time to start talking to children about going to college?...
Brenda Austin, Today correspondent
K aty Brinegar, 22, has traveled a long, often pain-filled road...
Tending a generous fire
Babette Herrmann, Today correspondent
W hen Jennifer Nesahkluah held a fundraiser to heat Native homes, she had no idea that it would blossom into a fledgling nonprofit organization...
Coulter: Obama: Make a fresh commitment to indigenous peoples
Robert T. Coulter
W hen President Obama meets with Indian and Alaska Native leaders Nov...
Raising awareness of domestic violence
Rep. Stephanie Herseth Sandlin, D-S.D.
A s October is Domestic Violence Awareness Month , I wanted draw the attention of South Dakotans to the impact this tragic cycle has on families and communities in our state and ac...
Trahant: Full funding for a right ‘guaranteed’ by treaty
T he idea that American Indians should be exempted from any mandate to purchase health insurance has almost become a given in the debate about health care reform...
Wash. casino considers changes to illness rule
The Associated Press
TACOMA, Wash. (AP) – Concerns about the spread of flu has the Puyallup Tribe reconsidering an unpopular worker attendance rule at its casinos...
Once upon a time A strong man, whose name roughly translated into English was “Smashes Rock,” led his village, named “Little Tree,” with a firm hand...
Little Shell Tribe Says Politics Won't Hurt Recognition Bid
Members of the Little Shell Tribe of Chippewa Indians are caught up in political infighting as a federal decision on whether to recognize the tribe approaches, but both sides say t...
U of Michigan reviews policy on returning American Indian remains
Facing criticism for still holding the remains of about 1,400 American Indians in its archaeological collection, the University of Michigan will be reviewing its policies on how to...
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