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Plans for CRYP's RedCan Graffiti Jam
Florida Tribes Wary of Bike Path
AP Mulls Future of R-Word In Stylebook
Research Combines Science and History
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Some Clarity on Religious Freedom
Do NDNs Have Sex? Love Medicine, Part I
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Jury Rules Against Vern Traversie
ATNI Conference Copes With Climate
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Black History Month: An Honest Conversation With Yawna Allen on Being Native and Black
In Part 1 of this “Black History Month, Indian-Style” series, we firmly established that there is a LOOONNNGGG connection between Native people and Black people...
NB3 Foundation, Comcast NBCUniversal Release PSA on Childhood Obesity
Notah Begay III’s NB3 Foundation wants to eradicate childhood obesity, and he’s doing it with help from Comcast NBCUniversal...
Assimilate This! The Alaska Native Brotherhood and the Three-Piece Suit of Courage
My earliest memory of Seattle is of sitting underneath our front porch in Georgetown...
Lummi Call Coal Terminals an Absolute No-Go, Invoking Treaty Rights
Lummi Nation Chairman Tim Ballew is talking on the phone about his opposition to construction of a coal export terminal in his historical territory, while behind him a TV news repo...
Round Valley First Forest Carbon Offset Project on Native Trust Land for California
The discussions of climate change and carbon footprints are important subjects within Indian country, and on February 24 the Round Valley Indian Tribes became a part of history as ...
Native Hawaiian Graduate Shows Off His Malo, Gets Standing Ovation
John Kekaʻa Kahiewalu Kalauli “Kalā” Ka’awa III, a 23-year-old who recently graduated from the University of Hawaii, Manoa, chose to go the ask forgiveness instead of permission ro...
NCAI’s Executive Council Winter Session Wraps Up Today
Tribal leaders and representatives are in Washington, D.C...
Tohono O’odham Nation's West Valley Resort Takes Shape
GLENDALE, Ariz. – After years of patiently waiting, residents can get a glimpse of the major project taking form at the site of the Tohono O’odham Nation’s West Valley Resort...
Seattle's Famous Native American Murals Vandalized; Artist Leads Cleanup
Over the weekend, the well-known murals at the Wilson-Pacific school in Seattle were vandalized—but today, they were restored by the artist who created them...
Oil Leases Proliferate in Northwestern New Mexico as Diné and Pueblo Call for Oversight
Traffic roars along US Highway 550 on the Navajo Nation as the four-lane thoroughfare cuts through the tiny reservation towns of Counselor and Lybrook...
Chris Pappan Creates an Edgier, Sexier Ledger Art
Ledger artist Chris Pappan (Osage/Kaw/Cheyenne River Sioux) offered new work at IAIA’s Museum of Contemporary Native Arts in his "Account Past Due: Ledger Art & Beyond" exhibit...
More Than 200 Native Youth Tackle Tribal Issues at UNITY Conference
American Indian youth and their advisors from tribes across the nation addressed issues such as suicide and climate change at the UNITY Midyear Conference recently in Washington, D...
Northern Quest Resort & Casino Wins Prestigious Marketing Award
One award in the casino industry recognizes the marketing efforts of tribal casinos, and acknowledges their importance in the success of a gaming enterprise...
The Trolls, Witches & Sorcerers of Chile’s Huilliche
The archipelago of Chiloe in Chile is a green rolling land of yesteryear, with houses on stilts, endless succulent seafood, and numerous old wooden churches whose roofs look like t...
Fonseca Re-Elected Chairman for Shingle Springs Band of Miwok Indians
Nicholas H. Fonseca was recently re-elected to a three-year term as chairman of the Shingle Springs Band of Miwok Indians...
Antique Roadshow Features Rare Tlingit Masks
Mary Annette Pember
Appraiser Ted Trotta described two Tlingit masks depicting a wolf and a human face featured on Public Television’s Antique Roadshow earlier this month as “among the most rare objec...
Adding a Native Voice to Historic Route 66
Route 66 is known for its greasy diners, artsy roadside attractions, wide-finned Cadillacs and kitschy souvenirs...
Aboriginal Biking Program Keeps Kids Active, in Nature
Patrick Lucas has seen some small steps of progress...
5 More Natives Who Should Replace Andrew Jackson on the $20 Bill
In 2012, we spotlighted Andrew Jackson as our top pick for worst U.S. president—because he earned his “Indian Killer” nickname...
Late Blackfeet Actress Misty Upham Recognized at Oscars
Misty Upham, the late Blackfeet actress known for her performances in Frozen River , Jimmy P...
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