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Fisheries Lifeblood of Nez Perce Economy
Bear Zoo Shut Down for Inhumanity
10 Rez Puppies You've Got to See
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Leaders Protect Our Natural Resources
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Coal Ash Is Decimating Fish in N.C.
Onion Calls Native History Book Sci-Fi
NCAI to Host Briefing on Indian Mascots
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Heil to the Redskins! Photo Recalls Racism of NFL Team's First Owner
A photograph that was reincarnated by Mother Jones magazine , snapped by Sports Illustrated photographer Neil Leifer back in 1961, shows that Washington’s NFL team was a favorite a...
Rios Montt Trial Pushed to 2015, Human Rights Advocates Frustrated
Last week it was announced that former Guatemalan President Efrain Rios Montt would not be tried until January of 2015, pushing up the date from April of 2014, while families of th...
Graceful Glass Sculptures by Preston Singletary [10 Pictures]
Tlingit artist Preston Singletary first started blowing glass at 19 years old, working at Seattle's Glass Eye Studio, and later studied at the Pilchuck Glass School...
Indigenous Warriors Honored on Remembrance Day and Aboriginal Veterans Day
Indigenous leaders, artists and the Prime Minister himself invoked aboriginal contributions to the military on November 11, which was Veterans Day in the United States and Remembra...
HPV Rates Up to Three Times Higher in American Indian Women Than US Population
“In American Indian women, the prevalence of HPV is up to 3 times higher than that of the general U.S. population,” said Dr...
Four-Day Ceremony in Denver Marks Russell Means’ Final Honoring
“I hope to be remembered as a fighter and as a patriot who never feared controversy—and not just for Indians...
Veterans History Project Preserves First-Hand War Stories
The Veterans History Project has for 13 years collected, preserved and made accessible first-hand accounts of United States military veterans for future generations...
When One Person Serves, the Whole Family Serves
Kristin Gentry , a registered artist and tribal member of the Choctaw Nation of Oklahoma, is a regular blogger for WellboundStorytellers.com ...
President Obama’s National Native American Heritage Month Proclamation
On October 31, President Barack Obama signed the following proclamation designating November as National Native American Heritage Month...
Veteran Army Ranger Finds Path to Wellness Through Power of Story
Mitchel Wilkinson, Ph.D.
In this guest blog for WellboundStorytellers.com , a veteran Army Ranger finds a renewed path to wellness through the wisdom and power of stories. Hawe, ie toa ekipshe combre...
A Veteran’s Day Message From Obama: ‘Thank You’
President Barack Obama released a message on November 9, as many communities around the country commemorated Veteran’s Day with special events...
Native History: Canandaigua Treaty Marks End of War, Celebrated Today
This Date in Native History: On November 11, 1794, the Canandaigua Treaty marked an end to the wars upon the Iroquois by the settlers and United States...
Gov. Steve Bullock Talks Tribal Language & Increasing the Native Vote
Video: Riding the Rez
Shonie De La Rosa
My name is Shonie De La Rosa and I live in Kayenta, Arizona on the Navajo Nation, which is located in the four corners region of the United States...
Moses Brings Plenty Plays Charlie Soap in 'Cherokee Word for Water'
Born on the Pine Ridge Reservation, actor Moses Brings Plenty plays Charlie Soap in The Cherokee Word for Water, the acclaimed film about the life of Cherokee Nation Chief Wilma Ma...
Mi'kmaq Anti-Fracking Protest Brings Women to the Front Lines to Fight for Water
As Amanda Polchies knelt down in the middle of the blocked-off highway with nothing but an eagle feather held aloft separating her from a solid wall of blue advancing police office...
Avoid Toxins; Look to Your Pantry for Natural Cleaning Agents
It’s November and up north the leaves and/or the snow is falling, but down here in Costa Rica the rain has finally STOPPED pouring buckets...
Native-owned Neechie Gear Turns Sweats Into Sweat
Tanya H. Lee
Neechie Gear CEO Kendal Netmaker, Sweetgrass First Nation, has a winner's approach to life...
The Week That Was: The Big Stories in Indian Country, November 10, 2013
It's our weekly roundup of the stories that mattered most in Indian country: MASCOT FIGHT GOES ON: On Thursday night, hundreds of protesters calling for an end to the use of Redski...
Native History: Osage Forced to Abandon Lands in Missouri and Arkansas
This Date in Native history: On November 10, 1808, the Osage Indians, the largest tribe of the Southern Sioux, agreed to abandon their lands in Missouri and Arkansas in exchange fo...
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