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Leonard Nimoy, My Vulcan Savior
World Out of Balance
Investing in the Future of Tribes
Moon and Jupiter Dance Again
Eating Paleo Starting With Sweet Potatoe
1st Marijuana Conference Creates a Buzz
The Myth of the Post-Racial Society
Arvel Bird: Still Sharing the Love
Tatanka Means' Standup Comedy
Calif. Gaming Conference on Drought
Changing Currents Increased NE Sea Level
3 Alliances Between Africans and Natives
Penn's Pratfall; Racist Dwarves
Jim Thorpe, the Play
PA Community Divided Over 'Redskins'
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13 Images: Occupation of Wounded Knee
The Context of Indian Nation Treaties
Thing About Skins
DOE Brings Tribal Members Together for Climate Resiliency; Register by Feb. 23
Tribal leaders have just one day left to RSVP to a forum being held by the U.S. Department of Energy (DOE) on climate preparedness and resiliency...
You’ve Met the Master Chefs: Now Sample Their Must-Taste Recipes, Part 1
Native Foodways: New Seasons is pleased to present some of the tastiest, most creative recipes from the award-winning Master Chefs profiled in the series...
10,000 Indigenous Participate in Bolivia’s Vibrant Spectacle – Entrada de Anata
Carnaval in Oruro, Bolivia is one of South America’s largest...
The Week That Was: The Big Stories in Indian Country, February 22, 2015
It's our recap of the stories that mattered most: SUSPICIOUS RESEMBLANCE: On Tuesday, Crow/Northern Cheyenne designer Bethany Yellowtail saw a dress based on traditional Crow aesth...
Why Don't We See Any Native Americans at the Academy Awards?
Our Native people were the first to be photographed and utilized by Thomas Edison, in 1898, as he was perfecting his invention of the Kinetoscope...
Grants Will Help Ojibwe Language Preservation Efforts
College of St. Scholastica
Faculty members at The College of St. Scholastica have received support to develop educational materials to help preserve the Ojibwe language...
Environmental Wisdom: Keeping Indigenous Stories Alive
"Long ago, when animals were gente ..." Those words, uttered countless times by indigenous Amazonian storytellers, blur the boundary between humans and other creatures in the fores...
Wisdom of the Elders in Alaska Talk Climate Change, Culture, Resilience
News about climate change appears almost daily, it seems. Yet for many readers, it’s abstract science they don’t connect to their busy lives...
Oklahoma City Indian Clinic Offers 5 Tips for a Healthy Heart
Oklahoma City Indian Clinic
Cardiovascular disease is the number one cause of death in the United States, according to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention...
Navajo Election to Be Held ‘Without Further Delay’
Navajo voters may soon go to the polls to select a new president...
Jersey Mike’s Subs Partners With Mohegan Tribe, Diversifies Tribe's Business
MANASQUAN, N.J., Feb...
Dr. Anton Treuer Will Return to True Passion—Teaching Students
Great Lakes Wolves Protected Again, Mexican Gray Rebounds
It has been a good month for wolves, at least some varieties of them—at least what passes for good news for a dwindling species. In Wyoming and the Great Lakes states, the U.S...
Lakehead University to Mandate Indigenous Learning
Beginning in 2016, it will be mandatory for undergraduate students at Lakehead University in Thunder Bay, Ontario, Canada, to take indigenous education, reports CBCNews ...
Hey Rez Cat Lovers - It’s Time for Furry Feline Pics on #Caturday!
Last Year, we asked our readers to send in pictures and fun facts about their rez pups...
Road to Iditarod: Mushers Expect the Unexpected At Every Turn
The recent Yukon Quest provided a look at the mettle of some of the mushers and teams for the upcoming Iditarod, and was a reminder that if you have any expectations in a sled dog ...
Eskimo Words for Dating: Is This Funny or Racist ... or Both? [Video]
On the whole, we have to say that the crew at College Humor is pretty good at exposing racism in a humorous way...
Bethany Yellowtail 'Gutted' by Crow Design on Dress at New York Fashion Week
On Tuesday, February 17, Crow/Northern Cheyenne designer Bethany Yellowtail saw a dress based on traditional Crow aesthetics on the runway at Fashion Week in New York City...
MSU Professor Selected as 2015 Leopold Leadership Fellow
Carol Schmidt, MSU News Service
Gail Small, professor of Native American Studies at Montana State University, has been named a 2015 Leopold Leadership Fellow...
XIT Asks 'Who's the Savage?' in Anti-Redskins Rock Anthem
Seminal Native American rock group XIT, dubbed the Beatles of Indian country for the popularity of their early-70s albums Plight of the Redman (1972) and Silent Warrior (1973), hav...
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