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NMAI Profile: Robert James Super
Photo: Cutest Pow Wow Kid of the Week
It’s Time for Asparagus
Fawn Sharp Re-Elected Quinault President
A Conversation at a Washington Game
'Marlon Brando,' Hip Hop by Gyasi Ross
NB3 Foundation Gifts $80,000
10 MORE Signs You May Be Native
Corgi Orgy; North Pole Walk
4 Ways to Show Support for Mauna Kea
Harjo to be Honored With Homecoming
The Fight to Stop Seismic Slaughter
Jude Schimmel Not Drafted
‘Can-Do’ Attitude Raises Hopes
Blending Modern and Traditional Medicine
Indigenous Wayuu Children Dying
Song of Sophomores II
Houska: 'I Didn't Know' Won't Cut It
Yellowstone Time-Lapse in the Moonlight
Mara: Tiger Lily a Native of Neverland
Thing About Skins
LET THE GAMES BEGIN; Crossing state lines for gaming? Think again
The Sullivan County (N.Y.) Legislature voted by a 6 - 3 margin on Feb. 10 to support Gov...
Land into trust is this year's hot issue
BOSTON - Call it "reservation shopping" or "land into trust," but the arcane process by which the federal government establishes "Indian country" has suddenly emerged as one of the...
Heard Museum Market attracts Nations' best artists
RICHMOND, British Columbia -As simple as the appearance of his bentwood boxes, carver Larry Rosso used the pieces as a cultural lesson to introduce the intricacies of Northwest coa...
Collective cultural guilt
I recently lectured students at Harvard University about tribal economic issues. While I was there I also gave a speech to a delegation of government leaders from Pakistan...
Churchill affair prompts shakeup
Bay Area TV report called ‘erroneous’ by CNIGA
Budget-watchers hope for restorations
WASHINGTON - Indian budget-watchers in Washington consider it too early to tell whether the usual appropriations scenario of "president low, Congress high" will play out in the cur...
Why Native identity matters: A cautionary tale
Suzan Shown Harjo
I met Ward Churchill 15 years ago, before he gained his present infamous reputation. My friend, a college professor, said this Cherokee-Creek guy wanted to meet me...
USET draws a full house for 'Impact Week'
WASHINGTON - United South and Eastern Tribes President Keller George addressed a full conference room on the first morning of USET's annual Impact Week meetings in Washington - a w...
Tribal faction claims nearby tribe not legitimate
IONE, Calif. - Just a few miles from this Sierra Foothill town sits Buena Vista Peak...
The little airline that could
KUUJJUAQ, Quebec-Well, maybe not so little anymore...
The Great American Indian Thanksgiving Teach-Out!
A recent conversation involving American Indian leadership resulted in a valuable idea: let's make this year's Thanksgiving season the most comprehensive outreach on Indian peoples...
The Churchill episode: Two unfortunate currents
Controversial professor Ward Churchill, whose objectionable opinions on the fate of some 3,000 innocent souls have cost him the chair of a university department and who has been vi...
Station Camp project reveals Chinook village site
PORTLAND, Ore. - The year was 1805. The scene was the mouth of the Columbia...
State of the Indian Nations address
WASHINGTON - In one of the major speeches on the national Indian calendar, Tex Hall sent a clear message to a conservative Congress that the cultural diversity and legal standing o...
South Dakota Legislature addresses issues
PIERRE, S.D. - Frybread may become the South Dakota state bread. That is just one of many bills introduced in the state legislature that could have an impact on Indian country...
Sled dog slaughter
Opposition leader and Inuit demand an inquiry KUUJJUAQ, Nunavik - "I have nothing, I have nothing," Johnny Munick cried out, remembering the day in 1960 when his team of sled dogs,...
'Preserving Hopi will be our legacy'
Wayne Taylor Jr.
I have on occasion been both amused and disheartened at how non-Native people regard American Indians when it comes to environmental matters...
On challenging wrongful ideas
We, as indigenous peoples, have a sacred and solemn responsibility to continually challenge the dominant society...
OAS goes another round on indigenous rights negotiations
WASHINGTON - For the great many among us who prefer events to processes, John F. Maisto counsels patience. "Negotiation is difficult," said the U.S...
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