Skip to main content
Canada Day Words of Chief Dan George
Indigenous Peoples and Canada Day
7 Ways Natives Can Celebrate the Fourth
Anti-Facists Spill Blood Over Trump
History of Success for Native Candidates
Terae Briggs Joining U of N Wolfpack!
Manning: Pushing Back Against Racism
McLean: No Trial, No Justice For Lynne
Pigeons Missed; Girl Ghostbusters Dissed
Ultimate Swing Tip: Where the Pros Play
Gyasi Ross Discusses Trump on ‘All In’
SCOTUS Hands Tribes One More Win
NM Residents Using Contaminated Water
Governor, the Next Coffee Is on Me
Indigenous MOU Between Canada and Mexico
White Mountain Apache Seek Dam Funds
7 More Amazing 2 Spirit LGBTQ Natives
Metis Photographer’s Two Spirit Pics
Tackling ‘Third World’ Conditions at IHS
UPS Grants $75K to National Center
Thing About Skins
Obama Taps Tribes to Assist in Adapting to Climate Change
President Barack Obama issued an executive order on November 1 that includes a strong tribal presence in its new call to action on coping with climate change, most notably with a n...
Twin Arrows Named Top 5 Destination by Experience AZ Magazine Readers
Twin Arrows Navajo Casino Resort near Flagstaff, Arizona was recognized as a top Casino Resort Destination Facility in the state by Experience AZ Magazine readers...
She Knows Kung Fu: Sera-Lys McArthur Fights Bad Guys in 'Skye & Chang'
Tonight, in San Francisco, the American Indian Film Festival opens with a screening of "Skye & Chang," in which Native actress Sera-Lys McArthur co-stars as part of a crime-fig...
Potlatch Fund Helps Change Lives in Northwest
The Potlatch Fund awarded $305,042 in grants this year to support community building, Native arts, language preservation and education, and participation in the Canoe Journey...
Wirsol Solar Joins California Nations Indian Gaming Association as Associate Member
Solar energy is helping Indian country cut costs at Tribal casinos that are burning electricity 24/7, as well as improving life on rural reservations by providing energy to areas n...
Pow Wow Weekend Planner
Today is the first day of November, and it's also the first day that ICTMN kicks off Native American Heritage Month...
Former Eastern Band of Cherokee Indians Vice Chief Bill Ledford Walks On
Former tribal council member and Vice Chief of the Eastern Band of Cherokee Indians Bill Ledford walked on October 28...
Sen. Heitkamp Discusses Her Plans to Help Native American Children
From Spooky to Endangered, Bats Hold a Special Place on Halloween
Halloween night has fallen, and the bats are coming out to play. En masse, they darken the full moon. They cluster in caves, crevices and even under low-hanging bridges...
Indian ‘Paranormal Enthusiasts’ Investigate Native Landmarks Rumored to Be Haunted
In the fall of 2011, Mark Williams, feeling inspired by supernatural TV shows, posed to a friend: “How cool would it be to see Native Americans on that screen?” So Williams founded...
San Diego State Men's Baseball Team Rocks it in Halloween Costumes!
The San Diego State University men’s baseball team took a break from their usual red and black uniforms to dress up for Halloween...
'Rez' Ghost Stories by Valarie Tom
The Ghost of Fort Lewis College The snow was a foot-high and crunched as I walked on it at the old Fort Lewis grounds in Southwest, Colorado...
Squaxin Island Tribe's Salish Cliffs Named to 'Best Resort Courses' List by Golfweek Magazine
Golfweek magazine added Salish Cliffs Golf Club at Little Creek Casino Resort to its 2014 “Best Resort Courses” list...
Tribal Leaders Press Obama to Drop Plan to Cap Tribal Health Costs
In advance of the November 13 White House Tribal Nations Conference, tribal leaders are stepping up criticism of the Obama administration regarding its plan to cap future contract ...
Video: A Spooky Use of Seneca Language for Halloween
The Seneca Language Department at the Cattaraugus Indian Reservation in New York came up with a spooky way to get the Seneca language out there this Halloween...
Washburn Discusses First Year on the Job and All Its Excitement
Gale Courey Toensing
Kevin Washburn, the Interior Department’s Assistant Secretary – Indian Affairs talked to tribal leaders and attendees October 29 at the United South and Eastern Tribes annual meeti...
South Carolina Adoption Attorney Seeks to Overturn Oklahoma Jurisdiction in Baby Deseray Case
Sources in South Carolina have reported that Raymond Godwin, the adoption attorney representing Bobby Bixler, 64, and Diane Bixler, 60, in the "Baby Deseray" case, has filed a moti...
Darrin N. Old Coyote, Chairman: NMAI’s Meet Native America Series
In the interview series Meet Native America , the Smithsonian National Museum of the American Indian invites tribal leaders, cultural figures, and other interesting and accomplishe...
Are Ancestors Haunting Hearst Gymnasium at UC Berkeley?
The Daily Clog calls it the “Haunted House of Hearst,” Native American tribes know it isn’t the proper place for their ancestors, but some 10,000 sets of human remains are housed u...
Yale Student Disses Wansum Tail and Pocahottie in 'Costumes, a Poem'
Yale student Reed Bobroff, Navajo, is a poet and performer who noticed a couple of tasteless Halloween costumes -- you may recall Chief Wansum Tail and Pocahottie -- and decided to...
Page 484 of 2208