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Bankruptcy Ruling Nets Navajo Cleanup $$
The Flu: It’s Not Too Late to Vaccinate
5 Questions With Diego García Sayán
Mayflower Brings Permanent Settlers
Navajo Chef Launches Travel/Cooking Show
The Idle No More Video You Missed
Galbraith Exits; Thiele Enters
Coyote Thoughts: My Best Christmas Prese
Kwantlen University Heals Rifts in B.C.
10 Strange Native-Themed Christmas Gifts
Loudermilk Named BIA’s Alaska Director
Three Feathers Casino Verdict a Victory
12 Days of Posters: Ernesto Yerena
Honoring Horses at New Year's Pow Wow
Cabazon Gives $10K to Red Cross
Tribes Fight to Stop Delta Tunnels in CA
Taino Identity Beyond Columbus
Poverty Porn vs Real Stories of Struggle
Osage Code Talkers Honored
A Renaissance of Native Culinary Ways
Things About Skins
JOB: The Big Pine Paiute Tribe Seeks Tribal Administrator
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Osage Nation Sues to Block Wind Farm
The Osage Nation has filed a lawsuit to block a proposed wind farm on land west of Pawhuska, Oklahoma, near the town of Burbank...
Tohono O'odham Reservation Part of Smuggling Route in Drug Raid
For the Pinal County Sheriff’s office in Arizona a routine traffic stop in June 2010, has landed them one of the largest drug-smuggling busts in Arizona to date...
NLM Director Discusses Traditional Healing With Nine Indian Medicine Men
Chief Leonard Crow Dog, Sicangu Lakota medicine man, spoke about the spiritual dimension of healing...
Ivy League Recruitment for Choctaw Students
Instead of trying to visit a bunch of colleges, which can be difficult logistically and on family budgets, the Choctaw Nation of Oklahoma’s Scholarship Advisement Program (SAP) wil...
Navajo Nation Supreme Court Reverses Labor Commission Decision
The Navajo Nation Supreme Court recently issued its opinion in Rosenfeld & Buffington v. Johnson , No...
Day of the Dead, Part IV: A Video Tour
In our ongoing coverage of the Day of the Dead , a celebration traced back to the indigenous people of Mexico some 3,000 years ago, we've traveled all over the world ...
First Nations Trade Mission to China a Multicultural Celebration
First Nations leaders from across Canada have returned from their weeklong trade trip to China flush with ideas and the promise of new relationships forged directly with the Asian ...
The Long and Honorable Battle of the Ojibwe to Keep Their Wild Rice Wild
In the din of a large auditorium packed with people, the wild ricers of the White Earth reservation look around nervously...
Code Talker: The First and Only Memoir by One of the Original Navajo Code Talkers of WWII
Patti Jo King
No doubt about it: Chester Nez is a true American hero...
Winona LaDuke: Think Globally, Grow (and Eat) Locally
At the fifth annual Traditional Agriculture & Sustainable Living Conference held in November 2010, more than 200 people gathered to hear Winona LaDuke’s message of sustainable ...
Spirit Lake Tribe Sues NCAA
The Spirit Lake Tribe filed suit today against the NCAA in an attempt to keep the Fighting Sioux nickname at the University of North Dakota (UND) alive...
Sealaska Sponsors Native American Heritage Month Lecture Series
A Native American Heritage Month lecture series sponsored by Sealaska Heritage Institute (SHI) will focus on the Alaska Native Claims Settlement Act (ANCSA) and its impact...
Cherokee Nation Inauguration Ceremony November 6
On November 6, the Cherokee Nation will swear in Bill John Baker as the 26 th Principal Chief during an inaugural ceremony at the Sequoyah Schools Place Where They Play, Tahlequah,...
Neglected Minneapolis Site to be Restored and Turned into a Park
A long neglected sacred site in Minnesota will soon be cleaned up and added to the neighboring National Park Service land...
Aboriginal Participation in the 2010 Olympic Games Continues to Inspire Youth
Nearly two years after the 2010 Olympic Games in Vancouver, aboriginals are still feeling the positive effects of pioneering indigenous participation on the world stage...
Day of the Dead, Part III: Blending Traditions
Day of the Dead or Dia de Los Muertos began as a Mexican holiday —a mixture of indigenous and Catholic religious beliefs—as a way to honor family members who are no longer among th...
Southeastern Celebrates Native American Heritage Month
Southeastern Oklahoma State University will celebrate Native American Heritage Month throughout November beginning with guest speakers Jim Parrish, Richard Adams and Roger Scott on...
$41 Million in Grants Awarded to Native Communities and Organizations
On October 31, the Administration for Native Americans (ANA) announced $41 million in grants to be distributed to American Indian communities and organizations in 29 states, Americ...
Listen Up and Laugh—Health Benefits are Waiting
Mark Underwood, Quincy Bioscience
Did you know a good dose of laughter can actually help your immune system and decrease stress? Have you ever wished you could let go and laugh more often at the silliness of life?...
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