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SMSC Makes $176,500 in Holiday Donations
Washburn on Land Buy-Back Program
Winter Solstice With Shooting Stars
A Look Back at the 2012 Non-Apocalypse
5 Pow Wow Treats for Santa
Indians Protect Bozeman Trail
Apsaalooke Warriors Complex Coming
Why Jews Want Snyder to Drop 'Redskins'
Harper’s Nomination Derails in Senate
Blue-footed Boobies in the Galapagos
Photographer of Inuit Life Walks On
Enbridge Pipeline Approved in B.C.
Anaya: Native Consultation ‘Incipient’
Pow Wow From a Dancer's Point of View
Native 8-man Football Teams Dominate WA
12 Days of Posters: Fragua vs. Redskins
Beyoncé Evades NSA; Batman Takes Austin!
Brothers Pioneer Aquaponic Farming
Montana’s Pipeline to Prison & Suicide
Things About Skins
Fate of Fighting Sioux Still Unclear
One more battle remains before the NCAA wins the war to retire the Fighting Sioux nickname at the University of North Dakota . On November 9, Gov...
Political Forecast: Continued Stormy Weather
Gale Courey Toensing
Here’s something to ponder: The congressional and presidential election campaigns next year are likely to spend around $8 billion – more than the federal government’s budgeted amou...
Downing Sugary Drinks Raises the Risk of Heart Disease—Even in Skinny Women
Women who drink sugary beverages on a daily basis may be raising their risk of heart disease—regardless of whether the scale reflects their poor diet choice, reported MSNBC ...
Choctaw and Chickasaw Tribes Sue to Prevent Tapping of Reservoir
The city of Oklahoma City's desire to pipe water from Sardis Lake, a man-made reservoir in southeastern Oklahoma is running into resistance from locals and two tribes that value th...
Indigenous Sovereignty Week Begins November 14
The aboriginal activist group Defenders of the Land is launching its third annual Indigenous Sovereignty Week, several days of disseminating information and celebrating victories o...
Video Spotlight: Tiny Tot at Red Earth Festival Puts on a Show
This year’s Red Earth Festival in Oklahoma City had plenty of incredible moments...
Tester’s VOW to Hire Heroes Act Passes Senate
The outcome may not have been unanimous but it was as close as it could get as the Senate recently passed Montana Senator Jon Tester’s bill to put more veterans back to work...
Native American Heritage Month Events Around Rochester, New York
According to the Democrat and Chronicle , communities around Rochester, New York have a number of Native American Heritage Month activities planned...
DKMAI Author Speaks Out Against Obesity & Muffintops!
Here's Gyasi Ross, author of Don't Know Much About Indians , taking a stand against obesity. Check out his site, DKMAI.com .
Freedmen Lecture at Bacone College
The Muscogee Creek Indian Freedmen Band Association will discuss the history and genealogy of the freedmen and their descendants at 5 p.m...
Jenner Responds to 'Indian Giver' Backlash
Kris Jenner, momager to the Kardashians, responded to an e-mail request from Tara J...
Native American Heritage Month Braided With Thanksgiving
Terra Trevor On the River, Blood, and Corn blog Terra Trevor, of Cherokee, Delaware and Seneca ancestry, discusses Thanksgiving and Native American Heritage Month from a Native Ame...
Q&A with Rising Women’s Basketball Star T.J. Manson
Navajo Tanishia (T.J.) Manson has proven she has the right “ basketball ” stuff...
Navajo Nation to Issue Bonds to Stimulate Economy
The Navajo Nation plans to stimulate the reservation economy by issuing its first bonds...
Attempted Seneca CEO Takeover Voided by Law, Porter remains as CEO
Gale Courey Toensing
An attempted takeover of the Seneca Nation of Indian’s position of Chief Executive Officer has been voided under the Nation’s laws...
Canada Declares Polar Bears a 'Species of Special Concern'
The Canadian government has listed polar bears as a “species of special concern” under the Species at Risk Act, a move that has various people up in arms, though for opposing reaso...
A Win-Win-Win in Arizona's Wildfire-Prone Woods
A potential ‘everybody wins’ situation is underway in a portion of Arizona’s Coronado National Forest, a project that could end up benefiting overall area economic conditions, incr...
Alcatraz Occupation Four Decades Ago Led to Many Benefits for American Indians
When 78 Indian college students took over the Alcatraz Island prison in San Francisco Bay on November 19, 1969 to protest the poor treatment of Indians in schools and the hated ter...
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Aboriginals Mark First Anniversary of Canada UNDRIP Signing
November 12 marked the one-year anniversary of Canada's signing of the United Nations Declaration on the Rights of Indigenous Peoples (UNDRIP), and aboriginal and Canadian leaders ...
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