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Community and Character Building at White Mountain Apache Youth Conference
White Mountain Apache Tribe
This summer the White Mountain Apache Tribe Office of Vice Chairman Kasey Velasquez partnered with the White Mountain Apache Education Department and other tribal programs to provi...
Student Newspaper Bans R-Word, Braces for First Amendment Fight
Sheena Louise Roetman
In October 2013, the staff of the Playwickian, the student newspaper of Neshaminy High School Redskins in Langhorne, Pennsylvania, became one of the first in the country to ban the...
Back From Near Extinction: Kootenais Open First Ever Hatchery for Burbot and Sturgeon
Drums throbbed and the sacred circle of life was on display last week at what the Kootenai Tribe hopes will be the rebirth of sturgeon and burbot, at a ceremony dedicating a massiv...
'The Rez Sisters': 28 Years Later, More Relevant Than Ever
Janet Marie Rogers
The Rez Sisters , the 1986 play by iconic indigenous playwright Tomson Highway that celebrates Native women, with all their flaws and complex relationships, is nearing the end of i...
10 Things You Need to Know About the Comanche Nation
The Numunu are known to most of the world as the Comanche, the Lords of the Plains...
Gift of the Harvest—the Art and History of Ricing
Richard D. Ackley Jr.
It is early September as I steady our small canoe ( jiiman ), keeping my left foot in and my right foot out, while my cousin climbs aboard. It is time to harvest the wild rice...
San Manuel Pow Wow Has Huge Prize Money, Awesome Singers & Drums
Diego James Robles
Thousands of people from across North America descended upon the California State University San Bernardino campus to attend one of California’s most moneyed pow wows on October 10...
Stunning photos from the 25th Native American Festival at Moundville Archaeological Park
The 25th Native American Festival at the Moundville Archaeological Park in Alabama took place this past weekend and Amy Moris was there to capture the dancing, celebrating, artists...
Sleep With One Eye Open, Sandman has Entered Minn. Congressional Race
Ray “Skip” Sandman (Ojibwe) a Vietnam veteran that served two tours and worked as a union corrections officer for 25 years is now running for the 8th Congressional District in Minn...
Students Protest Against Native Program Director Firing at Humboldt State
Hundreds of Humboldt State University students protested Monday and Tuesday against the firing of Jaquelyn Bolman, an administrator on this small northern California campus and a w...
AIANTA Wants You! Preparations Underway for World's Leading Travel Show
Albuquerque, New Mexico (October 15, 2014) – The American Indian Alaska Native Tourism Association (AIANTA) will be representing Indian Country tourism at the world’s leading trave...
Rep. Lisa Johnson-Billy to Encourage Native Women to Run on Radio Show
With United States federal and state elections less than a month away, along with many tribal elections taking place across Turtle Island, one Native woman is encouraging other Ame...
No More 'Imaginary Indians'! NMAI Director Seeks to Tell the Real Story
In the year 2014, the Smithsonian's National Museum of the American Indian is celebrating a number of anniversaries, and museum director Kevin Gover, Pawnee, looks to use the media...
Video: How a Rising Ocean Could Doom Hawaii and the Pacific Islands
Among the 400 or more indigenous people who participated in the People’s Climate March on September 21 were dozens of Pacific Islanders...
Navajo Barrel Racer Is Saluted With ‘Kassidy Dennison Day’ in New Mexico
Kassidy Dennison is becoming a giant name in a relatively small world of sports: Barrel Racing...
Cherokee Nation to the Rescue With Clean Water to Stricken South Coffeyville Residents
When a water line broke in Oklahoma’s Nowata County, leaving 2,000 residents without potable or running water, the Cherokee Nation came to the rescue...
Clare Booth Luce Scholarship Awarded to 4 NTU Female STEM Scholars
Navajo Technical University
Four Navajo Technical University students were announced as recipients of the Clare Booth Luce Scholarship, a $75,000 scholarship that allocates $18,750 over four years to female t...
UK's Massive Glastonbury Festival Restricts Sale of Feather Headdresses
Glastonbury Festival, a giant five-day music festival in England, has announced it is restricting the sale of "warbonnet" style feather headdresses...
Tobacco May Be Key in New Medicines, In Fighting Ebola?
A misused gift that Native cultures of Turtle Island shared centuries ago with the world may finally be recognized for what tradition has always known it was...
A Martyr’s Crown: For My Grandmother During Domestic Violence Month (Poem)
Richard Walker, Mexican/Yaqui, is a newspaper editor in Kitsap County, Washington, and a correspondent for Indian Country Today Media Network...
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