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10 Travel Scholarships Available in Native Senior Hunger and Nutrition
Funding from AARP Foundation has enabled First Nations Development Institute the ability to offer 10 travel scholarships for individuals working in areas of access to food and nutr...
Fixing Your Broken Stool: An Indian Guide to Investment
Continuing with the theme in Part One of this series—admitting my errors—I’ve got to say that I understood how compound interest benefits banks way before I understood how it could...
5 TDs From Nathan Stanley Lead SaberCats to AFL Playoff Win
One thing 25-year-old Cherokee Nathan Stanley learned from his grandmother Ann Lamb growing up in Tahlequah, Oklahoma was to walk with humility and let the rest sort itself out...
Police Protection in CT Increases: Tribes Can Now Arrest Non-Natives
On Friday, August 1, 27 members of the Mashantucket Pequot Tribal Police received the power to arrest non-Natives on tribal land...
Feds Duck Hard Questions with Dismissal of Navajo Lawsuit
A Navajo lawsuit to force the federal government to honor tribal claims to the Colorado River was dismissed on procedural grounds in federal court earlier this month...
Montana Dodges Voting-Rights Lawsuit, Implements Satellite Services
Montana Secretary of State and chief elections officer Linda McCulloch has implemented technology that allows Glacier County to expand satellite election services on the Blackfeet ...
House of Representatives Adds Red Tape to Endangered Species Act With New Bill
The Endangered Species Act, having turned 40 last year, now needs a facelift, according to some House Republicans...
Video: Never-Before-Seen Time Lapse Enchantment in Sequoia National Park Will Leave You Breathless
The time-lapse fairy has visited once again, this time channeled by photographer and filmmaker Gavin Heffernan, who visited King’s Canyon and Sequoia National Park, neither of whic...
Is This Reality TV Show as Racist as It Sounds?
The cable-TV network TLC explored exposing naive people to the hectic and challenging modern world with Breaking Amish ...
Native About New York: A Pow Wow in Queens, Complete With Farm Animals
It was about 3 p.m., and everyone and everything seemed to be melting simultaneously at the 36 th Annual Thunderbird American Indian Mid-Summer Pow Wow in Queens, New York...
Cultural Exchange: International University Students to Share Experiences
On Thursday, August 7, the Cheyenne River Youth Project will welcome students from St...
Powwow Goers Celebrate 148 Years at the Annual Homecoming Celebration Powwow
Bob Uhl | Midwest Powwows
There is not enough “wow” in pow wow to describe the brilliant and beautiful entrance of more than 300 dancers who filled the arena in Winnebago, Nebraska, for the annual Veterans ...
Murderous Drug Traffickers Force Isolated Group in Amazon to Make Contact
Felipe Milanez and Glenn Shepard
The same group of red-painted indigenous warriors famously photographed in 2008 aiming arrows at the photographer’s aircraft now tell their own story: the story of massacre and suf...
Russians Behaving Indian-ly: It's Not Just for Germans Anymore
We've looked at the German fascination with Native ways and dress, a sort of cultural fandom that manifests itself in massive dress-up pow wows in places-like Schelswig-Holstein...
“Caucasians” T-shirt That Mocks Cleveland Indians’ Wahoo a Best-Seller
A new sports-logo T-shirt has become a hot seller in Canada and parts of the United States...
Bighorn Sheep Survive Migration Loss, Now Pressed by Skiers
Gregory Nickerson, Wyofile
A recent study of an isolated bighorn sheep herd in Wyoming’s Teton Range has revealed new insights on how ungulates cope with the loss of migration routes, and how backcountry rec...
Washburn Hears Frustration, Anger Over Third Party Fed Rec Veto
Gale Courey Toensing
Around 100 people attending a public session on the Bureau of Indian Affairs’ proposed new rules for federal recognition broke into spontaneous applause when Eastern Pequot Tribal ...
Linear Versus Circular Thinking: Medicine Wheel Training for the Masses
Most indigenous people would agree, until the mainstream “gets it,” change in the world will not occur...
Mayor Richard J. Berry: Albuquerque Is Dangerous for Homeless Natives
Natives living on Albuquerque streets experience violence at a higher rate than non-Natives...
'Hungry Johnny' Dishes Up Elder Knowledge, Native Culture in Children's Book
We’ve all known (or raised) a child like the title character in Cheryl Minnema’s first children’s book, Hungry Johnny (Minnesota Historical Society, 2014)...
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