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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
Cherokee Doctor Named Child Advocate
Idle No More, One Year Later
Jackson Presents Removal Treaty For Land
I Confronted Dick Cheney About His Raci
Idle No More Founders in Foreign Policy
Children's Books With Native Slant
Lies and Indian Country's Census Numbers
How to Make the Census Count for Natives
Harry Reid Says 'No' to 'Redskins'
Tanis Parenteau by Thosh Collins
Radioactive Leak to Be Investigated
KKK Grand Wizard's School to Be Renamed
Things About Skins
Virginia Pow Wow To Honor Veterans
It's fitting that Native American Heritage Month falls in November, when the country also celebrates Veteran's Day ...
Celebrating 236 Years, Happy Birthday US Marine Corps
November 10, 1775 many consider the birth of today’s United States Marine Corps...
JOB: Inn of the Mountain Gods Resort and Casino Seeks Chief Operating Officer
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Department of Justice Court Decisions Roundup – October 31 to November 4
The United States Department of Justice released the court decisions of the following cases that took place from October 31 to November 4...
Rethinking Education Reform
James W. Guthrie is the first appointed senior fellow and director of education policy studies at the George W. Bush Institute, a component of the George W...
Secretary Sebelius on National Native American Heritage Month
Kathleen Sebelius, Health & Human Services secretary
Health & Human Services Secretary Kathleen Sebelius This month we celebrate National Native American Heritage Month , to honor American Indians and Alaska Natives who have cont...
Paraguay’s Indigenous Peoples’ Rights Slowly Improving
On a recent visit to Paraguay , Kyung-wha Kang, UN Deputy High Commissioner for Human Rights, noted that the government has made progress to protect and respect Indigenous Peoples’...
UKB Providing Lawyers for Keepseagle Claimants
The United Keetoowah Band of Cherokee Indians in Oklahoma is looking to make sure any claimants that may have questions about their settlements from the Keepseagle v...
UKB Stomp Dance Set for November 11
On Veteran ’s Day, Friday, November 11, the United Keetoowah Band of Cherokee Indians of Oklahoma Cultural Department will be hosting a dinner and stomp dance at the UKB Stomp Grou...
People’s Choice: Winnipeg’s Most Takes Home Six APCMAs
The hard-hitting rap group Winnipeg’s Most garnered some serious metal at the Aboriginal Peoples Choice Music Awards (APCMA) on November 4, winning all six categories in which they...
CEAA Will Review Taseko New Prosperity Mine Over Tsilhqot’in Objections
The New Prosperity Mine proposal will be scrutinized by the Canadian Environmental Assessment Agency (CEAA), the federal office has announced...
Alaska Natives Brace for Epic Storm Surge
With a huge storm battering Alaska's northwest coast, officials are concerned for the well-being of residents of Nome and in particular the Native Alaskans living in 18 nearby vill...
Genealogical DNA Testing
On Sunday, November 13, Ric Morgan will do a presentation on DNA testing for genealogy...
Utah Genealogical Association Hosts Seminar
The Salt Lake Institute of Genealogy (SLIG), hosted by the Utah Genealogical Association, will be held January 23-27 at the Radisson Hotel, 215 W...
42 Years Ago Today: The Ill-Fated First Attempt to Take Alcatraz
The actual anniversary of the occupation of Alcatraz island will come on November 20, but today marks the 42 nd anniversary of the first attempt at taking the island that laid the ...
Racing to Save a Native American Language
There are a number of challenges to saving an endangered language from documenting to teaching, but those aren’t stopping language specialists from the Cherokee Nation , the Univer...
New Research on Urban Indian Community Arms Leaders With Tools for Change
PORTLAND, Ore.—Historically, research on Native communities has been everything from covered up to grossly inaccurate and even blatantly incorrect...
Cave Paintings of Leopard-Spotted Horses Were True-to-Life
Prehistoric painters were most likely not taking creative license when they illustrated leopard-spotted horses on the walls of a cave in Pech-Merle, France some 25,000 years ago, r...
ADA Recognizes Innovative Approaches to Diabetes Treatment and Prevention in Indian Country
Several Special Diabetes Program for Indians (SDPI) were recently recognized for their effective diabetes treatment and prevention services in American Indian and Alaska Native com...
From Indigenous Creation to International Sensation: Surfer Breaks World Record by Riding 90-foot Giant Wave
Watch Garret McNamara's world record breaking run on a 90-foot giant wave: While native Hawaiian and Olympian Duke Kahanamoku is rightly credited with pioneering the modern sport o...
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