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Oklahoma Awakes to Grim New Reality as Recovery Efforts Begin
As Oklahoma awoke to a devastating new reality—inasmuch as anyone had slept at all, that is—on the morning of Tuesday, May 21, the stirrings of recovery were evident, though commun...
The United Nations Permanent Forum on Indigenous Issues and Social Media
The United Nations Permanent Forum on Indigenous Issues 12 th Session is currently underway in New York, New York this week and among the many indigenous nations and organizations ...
Oklahoma Tornado Survivor Reunites With Missing Dog During Live Interview
There was no Oz for Barbara Garcia to land in after Monday’s devastating tornado in Moore, Oklahoma. But "Toto" did make it through...
Navajo Code Talker's Grandson Proudly Shares About His Roots and Service
Sgt. Sarah Fiocco, Marine Corps News
ROBERTSON BARRACKS, Northern Territory, Australia – More than 60 years ago, a group of Native American Marines, known as Code Talkers, used the Navajo language to transmit secret t...
Health and Harmony in the Workplace: Are You Really Listening?
With so many distractions from cell phones, social media, to mental clutter, are we really tuning in to listen? Are we listening to ourselves, our co-workers, and customers?...
10-Year-Old Boy Held on $500,000 Bond Awaits Next Court Date at Mental Health Facility
A mere probation violation, according to a San Carlos Apache woman, garnered her 10-year-old grandson living on the Flathead Indian Reservation in Montana a $500,000 bond...
President Obama to Oklahoma: Every Resource Is at Your Disposal
As responders, including at least 250 National Guardsmen, sifted through debris looking for tornado survivors, President Barack Obama on Tuesday morning told Oklahamans that they d...
'A Name Change for the Redskins: Unpopular, Insufficient, and Necessary'
Every week TheAtlantic.com Sports Roundtable discusses a hot-button sports topic of the moment. The conversations are engaging, thoughtful and lively...
Hualapai Claim Victory in Latest Skywalk Court Round
In ongoing court battles over the right to manage the world-famous Grand Canyon Skywalk, the Hualapai Tribe claims victory in the latest round...
Best Indian Food 2013: Smothered Muskrat, Tail Off, Teeth Showing
Jackleen de la Harpe
In Indian country, frybread, Indian tacos, curly fries and pizza have become as “traditional” as the dancing and socializing of annual pow wows and celebrations...
Ramp It Up! Skateboard Exhibit Moves to Pequot Museum
By museum standards, things are about to get a lot flashier, fresher and faster at the Mashantucket Pequot Museum in Mashantucket, Connecticut...
Lyle Eagle Tail: A True Warrior Who Died Trying to Save a Child
On Saturday, March 23, 2013, after an all-night wake at the Mother Butler Center, 28-year-old Lyle Francis Eagle Tail was laid to rest in the Mountain View Cemetery in Rapid City, ...
10 Non-Indian Tepees: Get Ready for Tepee Mania
A story in the New York Daily News over the weekend entitled "Hip households in New York are installing tepees as places of play and reflection" documented the phenomenon of indoor...
More Than 50 Dead as Tornado Decimates Moore, Oklahoma, Hometown of Rep. Tom Cole, and Levels School
A massive tornado ripped through Moore, Oklahoma, the hometown of U.S...
Generations of Service: Honoring a Family of Veterans
The Buckner family knows what service and honor is all about...
Perique Tobacco: Steeped in Choctaw Tradition
Perique ( pronounced pə-réek ) is a rare, dark and richly flavored tobacco originally cultivated by the Choctaw Indians more than 400 years ago...
Tornadoes Slice Through Midwest, Threatening Indian Country
Tornadoes cut swathes of destruction through Indian country last week and over the weekend, and on Monday May 20 the midsection of the U.S. was bracing for more...
Rise in HIV Cases on Navajo Nation Spur Fears of an Epidemic
Doctors on the Navajo Nation fear the human immunodeficiency virus (HIV) may become an epidemic on the reservation if education and prevention outreach efforts do not increase and ...
American Indian Woman of the Year Named, Native Explorers Co-Founder Gets Award
Nicole Schultz Walls, Chickasaw, is the youngest president in the history of the Oklahoma Federation of Indian Women ...
ICTMN Talks With Hoops and Education Champion Richard Dionne
Growing up on the Fort Peck Reservation in Poplar, Montana, Richard Dionne dreamed of playing basketball professionally...
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