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She's a Rebel! Inez Jasper Can't Wait for Today's 'Rebel Music' Premiere (4 PM ET)
Does the eagerly awaited video, Rebel Music: Native America , herald a change for indigenous peoples in the media?...
Mask That Inspired Seahawks Logo Going on Display
The Kwakwaka'wakw mask that inspired the Seattle Seahawks logo will be on display next week...
Homecoming: Prayers Welcome 139 Yellowstone Bison to Fort Peck
The Assiniboine and Sioux Tribes are gearing up to welcome 139 Yellowstone bison home to the Fort Peck Indian Reservation in Montana...
Tribes Say CalTrans Illegally Destroying Historical Sites for Bypass
In the fall of 2012, Mike Fitzgerral was driving outside of Willits in Northern California, on Highway 101, the famous coastal roadway that wends through the awe-inspiring Redwood ...
Kevin P. Brown: NMAI’s Meet Native America Series
In the interview series Meet Native America , the Smithsonian National Museum of the American Indian invites tribal leaders, cultural figures, and other interesting and accomplishe...
Tribe Opens Fry Bread Restaurant in Central Oklahoma
The Oklahoma-based Citizen Potawatomi Nation, a tribe long known for its diverse and unique business portfolio, is adding a new endeavor into the mix: a fry bread and Indian taco r...
Five Funerals in 18 Days for Tulalip and Marysville
One by one, the communities of Tulalip and Marysville have said goodbye to children who embodied the future: Children who were involved in their cultures...
EPA Climate Justice Blog: More Bang for the Green Buck
Mike Shapiro, EPA
Lancaster, Pennsylvania’s small but historic Crystal Park is located in a racially diverse and economically distressed neighborhood rich in history...
College Fund Raises More Than $1M at 25th Anniversary Gala in NYC
American Indian College Fund
The American Indian College Fund kicked off its 25 th anniversary celebration and fundraising efforts with a black-tie gala that raised more than $1 million to benefit Native Ameri...
After Wash. State School Tragedy, Northwest Communities Focus on Love, Healing and Forgiveness
TULALIP, Washington – The people of this ancient place, which their ancestors named for its long bay, have been through trauma before, times of extreme hunger, when the People were...
'Drunktown' and 'Rhymes' Rule American Indian Film Festival Awards
Two highly acclaimed films by and about Natives split most of the major honors at the American Indian Motion Picture Awards Show, the finale of the 39th annual American Indian Film...
FireKeepers Casino Hotel Donates 1,000 Turkeys to Area Food Banks
Continuing with tradition FireKeepers Casino Hotel will be donating 1,000 turkeys to area food banks prior to the start of the holiday season...
Blackfeet Battle Oil & Gas Developer for Sacred Badger–Two Medicine Origin Site
The Blackfoot Confederacy is vigorously opposing proposed energy development in the sacred Badger–Two Medicine area, located at the wild intersection of the Blackfeet Indian Reserv...
Cherokee Nation Among First to Join Obama's ‘My Brother’s Keeper’ Initiative
TAHLEQUAH, Okla. — The Cherokee Nation is among 15 tribes and more than 100 communities nationwide to accept the White House’s My Brother’s Keeper initiative...
7 Things Teachers Need to Know About Native American Heritage Month
Without guidance, too many teachers will celebrate Native American Heritage Month in the only ways they know how: paper bag vests and feathers, classroom pow wows, and discussions ...
Native American Heritage Month Resources for Teachers
Without guidance, too many teachers may celebrate Native American Heritage Month in the only ways they know how: paper bag vests and feathers, classroom pow wows, and discussions o...
From Ballots to Policy: Budget Cuts Will Be Here Soon
The federal budget is complicated — and the politics of that budget is even worse. But we know that spending cuts are ahead. The questions are how deep and how soon?...
Makah Nation’s New Dock Bolsters Fishing Industry, Emergency Response
The Makah Nation’s new commercial fishing dock is 120 feet long, has two lanes, five offloading terminals, and an ice machine capable of holding 110 tons of ice, and is designed to...
Pop Goes the History: What's Wrong With Nazi-fied Nicki Minaj and Redface Gwen
Rapper Nicki Minaj is taking all kinds of heat today over a music video that draws heavily on Nazi Germany imagery...
Video: First Nation Soldier Reminisces About World War II Service on Remembrance Day
Decorated soldier Philip Favel, like many First Nation people who enlisted to fight in World War II, was not supported in doing so by his community, according to this video of Firs...
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