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Ferguson and the Shoot-First Problem
Tweets, Please! Shoni Schimmel Takes Ove
1,300 Mourn for Fontaine and Hall
Listen to Kinnie Starr's 'Summer Day'
Video: Yurok Youth Make Case for Klamath
Choctaw Director of Education Retires
CA Tribes Work to Avert Mass Fish Kill
Sibling Veterans Receive Cherokee Honor
A Land Donation Beckons Nansemon Tribe
Redskins Bribing Indians
California Appeals Court Upholds ICWA
Salaita – Fired for Speaking His Mind
Poor Conditions at Passamaquoddy School
The Nuts and Bolts to Improve Healthcare
Cherokee Nation Names Jr. Miss Cherokee
Another Day With PTSD
Sustenance Fishing in Anacostia River
Throat-Singer Won't Sing for Politician
Youn, Nelson, Waln Plan Anti-KXL Benefit
Little Cherokee Ambassadors Named
Thing About Skins
Trinidadian Government Expresses Regret Over Bulldozing of Turtle Hatchlings and Eggs
What began as an attempt to curb erosion by way of preserving leatherback-turtle nesting sites along a river ended up bulldozing an existing nesting area, crushing hundreds of hatc...
Exceptionally Engineered Drug-Smuggling Tunnel Discovered Beneath U.S.-Mexico Border
The 57-foot vertical shaft entrance to the tunnel on the U.S. side (Drug Enforcement Administration) U.S...
The Thing About Skins Photo of the Week: 'Martin Sensmeier in Jacket by Sho Sho Esquiro'
ANTHONY “THOSH” COLLINS is a photographer from the Salt River Pima-Maricopa Indian Community in Arizona who currently resides in Los Angeles, California...
RFP: The Three Affiliated Tribes Seek Investment Advisor
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Education Debate on the Navajo Nation
Ann C. Tweedy
The New Mexico Public Education Department has formally ruled against two school districts that border the Navajo Nation that debated closing and reorganizing schools along reserva...
State of Emergency Declared at Santa Clara Pueblo Over Flood Damage
Last year’s Las Conchas fire in New Mexico is still having repercussions, as flooding and damage caused the Santa Clara Tribal Council and Governor Walter Dasheno to declare a stat...
Seneca Council Chair to Run for President; President to Run for Treasurer
Gale Courey Toensing
When American citizens go to the polls on November 6 to elect a president of the United States for the next four years, Seneca Nation citizens will vote to elect a president for th...
Utah Navajo Trust Fund Discussed at Meeting between Navajo President Shelly and Utah Governor
On June 29, Navajo Nation President Ben Shelly met with Utah Governor Gary Herbert to address the more than $40 million Utah Navajo Trust Fund and the need for the funds to go to N...
China Surpasses Japan in Greatest Imports of Alaskan Fish, Logs and Minerals
China's middle class reportedly loves Alaskan fish. The country became the state's biggest trading partner for the first time in 2011, reported the Alaska Dispatch ...
Jacoby Ellsbury Back Just in Time to Save the Red Sox Season?
Jacoby Ellsbury's return to the Boston Red Sox couldn't come any sooner...
First Footage of Johnny Depp's Tonto Shown at San Diego Comic-Con
Yesterday, at the massive San Diego Comic Con (SDCC), Disney gave about 6,000 attendees a surprise early look at one of today's most anticipated film projects—both within and outsi...
Maine Attraction: Ambitious Cultural Tourism Initiative Puts Wabanaki Nations on the Map
Gale Courey Toensing
The state of Maine began using the moniker vacationland on its license plates in 1936...
Video: Hanging Ten With Your Pet Goat
We've heard of dogs surfing before, but goats? That's a new one for us...
Praise for Crazy Horse
In a July 2 column on Truthdig, Chris Hedges lavishes praise on Crazy Horse , the Oglala Lakota war leader, for the way he lived his life...
19 Pueblos Announce Development Plan for Prime Real Estate: the Former Albuquerque Indian School
Rendering of the District from a northwest point-of-view (Courtesy Indian Pueblos Marketing, Inc.) The 19 Pueblos of New Mexico are jointly developing 47 acres of prime commercial ...
Pow Wow Weekend Planner
Looking for a great powwow this weekend? You've come to the right place! We've put together a great list of powwows happening all across the nation this weekend just for you!...
Many of Canada’s National Parks Now Honor First Nations Peoples
Parks Canada , which handles all of the nation’s national parks, is an international leader in working with aboriginal peoples, but that wasn’t always the case...
Lenape Program to Cover 12,000 Years of Native History
Educator and archaeologist John Kraft will present a program about the Lenape on July 14 at the Fort Delaware Museum of Colonial History, on New York State Scenic Byway at 6615 Sta...
Navajo Quilt Maker Susan Hudson Pays Tribute to Plains Ledger Art
Patti Jo King
Susan Hudson, a member of the Kinyaa’a’anii or Towering House clan of the Navajo Nation, is a rising star on the Indian arts and crafts scene...
Forgotten No More: Oneidas Donate to Start a Revolutionary Museum
WASHINGTON – The leadership and citizens of the Oneida Indian Nation (OIN) of New York think it is important to pay homage to its role in the Revolutionary War in order to help Ame...
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