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83-year-old ‘Beloved Arab’ Laid to Rest
Portal for Native Entrepreneurs
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My Peace Corps Experience
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Thing About Skins
Golden Eagle Close to Death Rescued by 11-year-old Boy
A Golden eagle was in grave condition, but officials said a young boy from Cody, Wyoming was able to rescue the bird by calling for help...
Yo, Daniel Snyder! D.C. Dumped These Demeaning 'Redskin' Images in 1958
Walk around Washington, DC, and you'll see plenty of sports fans wearing caps and t-shirts that promote an outdated image and offensive slur of a nickname for American Indians...
Getting Serious About Choctaw: Haileyville Wins at Language Fair
Zach Maxwell/Choctaw Nation
Brian Weaver and Louise Mitchell have won it anonti— that’s Choctaw for again...
Climate Justice in Action: Hip Hop is Acting on Climate!
Rev. Lennox Yearwood Jr., EPA
We have students. We have celebrities, recording artists, and cultural influencers. We have academics and experts. And we have activists and community leaders...
Lynn Valbuena: 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...
'Joyful Anger,' Youthful Exuberance, Overflow at Montreal First Peoples Festival
“Joyful anger” is the theme of this year’s Montreal First People’s Festival, and that refers to the energy of exuberant spirit that is bursting forth from indigenous youth here in ...
AMERIND Risk Conference in Portland to Educate on Emergency Management
Organizers expect hundreds of Tribal members and business professionals from across Indian country to attend AMERIND Risk’s three day conference and trade fair...
Five of the World’s Most Beautiful Underwater Cities
Got summer travel plans?...
Sign the Treaty of Friendship with the Lenape Nation
University of Pennsylvania
Long before the first Swedish settlers, before William Penn’s arrival, before there was a United States of America, the Lenape people lived and thrived in Philadelphia and a wide r...
5 Clinical Tools Help Diagnose, Treat PTSD
Health care providers have much to consider when diagnosing and treating posttraumatic stress disorder (PTSD) in service members and veterans...
Notah Begay Named to Stanford University Hall of Fame
Four-time PGA Tour winner, and one of the only Native Americans to play in the Tour will be inducted into the Stanford Athletics Hall of Fame in October...
He Heals With Sand: Wallace Ben is a Sand Painter and Medicine Man
Medicine man and traditional sand painter Wallace Ben is a practitioner of the Navajo Ho’zho’ ideology, the concept of balance and beauty...
Nine Women Vie for 2014-2015 Miss Native American Crown
This year, nine talented native women are vying for the title of Miss Native American 2014-2015...
Got a Tribal Housing Dream? It May be Within Your Reach
Stetson Law Firm
The Pueblo of Santa Clara (Kha’p’o – Valley of Wild Roses) is a Tewa-speaking small Pueblo located in the Espanola Valley, in northern New Mexico with an inadequate $800,000+ a yea...
Four-Day Run in Celebration of Sobriety & Health From One Rez to Another
"The number one killer of Indians is alcohol, but this is not just for Indians, this is for everyone, it's a prayer. Many suffer, especially families...
Video: Inuit Woman Plucks Bird on Montreal Subway, Onlookers Cry Fowl
Christina David was so excited when she procured a ptarmigan—a delicacy from her homelands up north—that she couldn’t wait to start preparing it...
Morris Named Director of ASU’s American Indian Policy Institute
Arizona State University
Traci Morris, a nationally recognized tribal communications leader and expert, has been named director of the American Indian Policy Institute (AIPI) at Arizona State University...
Riding the Native Wave: Surfing’s Hidden Roots in Peru
When we speak of the contributions indigenous cultures of the Americas have made to the modern world there are almost too many to name...
Blindfolded Giraffe’s Head Slams Into Highway Overpass; Animal Dies
Two giraffes, standing tall on flatbed truck; low-slung overpass; high speed: What could go wrong? Pretty much everything, as it turns out...
What If Sonny Sixkiller Bought the Washington Redskins?
Here's a different take on the controversy surrounding the Washington, DC NFL football team: What would happen if Sonny Sixkiller, Cherokee, one of the greatest quarterbacks to pla...
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