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Memorials Honoring Native Warriors
Mills to Host a Day With WA Native Youth
Maintaining U.S. Status Quo at UN
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Trafficking in Native Communities
States Sue Interior Over Fracking Regs
Group of Pueblo Indians Get Their PhDs
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Wallace Newman's Influence on Nixon
Martin Sensmeier Gets Magnificent 7 Role
Family, Not Fractions, Make Us Indians
NAJA Crowdfunding for Student Journos
Video: Wildfires and Climate Change
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Oglala Water Director Honored
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Thing About Skins
Climate change in America
Two categorical positions about climate change dominate conversations around the world...
Listen to Mother Earth
Suzan Shown Harjo
Everyone is talking about the weather. The water lilies and cattails aren't as tall this year. This means that they will have less medicine for us...
Congressional probe an attack on economic future
On the surface, the recent attacks on Alaska Native Corporations (ANCs) for receiving large no-bid federal contracts appears to be only directed at Native Alaskan 8(a) contracting...
Waste not, want not
Many of you may remember the 1970s television commercial in which a man dressed as an American Indian sat on horseback and scanned a landscape littered with trash...
A worst-case scenario: Are we ready?
In October 2003, a think-tank known as Global Business Network prepared a report for the Pentagon detailing a worse case scenario for rapid climate change entitled, "An Abrupt Clim...
Health of Mother Earth is our responsibility
The impact of human disregard for nature as a cohesive force that sustains the rest of all life is serious indeed...
Praying for rain
Washington Post off-the-mark in its assumption
The Washington Post did this newspaper an unsavory disservice recently with a misleading, sleight-of-hand comment on our editorial intents...
The Akaka bill: Endangered species? An interview with Congressman Neil Abercrombie; PART TWO
Congressman Neil Abercrombie, D-Hawaii, is the primary sponsor of the House version of the Akaka bill, named for Hawaiian Sen. Daniel Akaka...
Quileute turns to eco-tourism to boost economy; Tribe capitalizes on the environment that sustains it
LA PUSH, Wash. - The Quileute Tribe is turning to eco-tourism to boost its economy and create jobs for its people...
United they stand on the Columbia
PORTLAND, Ore. - "You fish on that side, I'll fish on this side. Nobody fish in the middle." That's how the Columbia River tribes understand cooperation...
'We only have one Mother Earth'
Most everyone has heard about climate change, and most certainly about global warming. While some people still don't believe climate change exists, I am convinced it is real...
Curtis brothers save native grasses
A response to global warming
CLYDE RIVER, Nunavut - When Inuit elder Zacharias Aqqiaruq tried to summarize local climate change for Harvard University researcher Shari Fox Gearheard, he used a word neither she...
GRA fix in doubt after first hearing
WASHINGTON - In light of its stated intentions, a March 17 hearing in the House of Representatives on off-reservation gaming was a false step...
Snakes studied in Canadian desert
OSOYOOS, British Columbia - Upon approaching the Nk'Mip Desert & Heritage Centre, traffic signs casually warn visitors to be aware of xaxulax, or rattlesnakes...
Pulling our heads out of the sands of global warming
Do ostriches really stick their heads in the sand to avoid danger? Having never personally witnessed an ostrich doing such a thing, I suspect they only do it in cartoons...
POPs pose a serious threat
Indigenous knowledge teaches us how to walk upon Mother Earth and respect the sacredness of her creation. Every part of her sustains us in ceremony and daily life...
Tribal leadership for the next energy economy
Do you want to bake with global climate change? Or do you want to make a difference?...
Nisqually Tribe keeps sights on the land
PORTLAND, Ore. - Anyone who's ever suffered a financial setback knows how long it can take to get back on one's feet...
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