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10 Racist Ads Featuring Native Americans
Venus and Jupiter Merge Under Full Moon
Is Trans-Racism a Thing?
Navajo Sheepherding Fest 'Sheep is Life'
Manning: The Price of Silence
Kayaktivists Battle Shell Oil for Arctic
Interior Announces Final Fed Rec Process
Red Cloud: A Life in Images
Houska: Indian Mascots Harm Students
Baring the Horrors of Boarding Schools
Fairbanks Four’s Roberts Paroled
The Week That Was
Want to See Native Art? Take A Ferry
Repetition, Patterns, Breaking the Code
Kayaker Places First in National Trials
Rainbow Family Responds
Escaped Convicts May Be Near Akwesasne
Native Cooking: Grilling Tips and Tricks
Ethnic Fraud & Quest for Authenticity
Aurora Alert: Sunstorms Imminent
Thing About Skins
Kansas State Representative Ponka-We Victors Is a Political Warrior
W ichita Democrat Ponka-We Victors was elected to the Kansas House of Representatives in 2010 in the face of a wave of Republican victories that swept across the state...
Henry Louis Gates Jr. Answers Genealogy Questions
To kick off Black History Month, Henry Louis Gates, host of the PBS series Finding Your Roots , will be answering genealogy questions on a blog called The Root...
A Young Batwa Medical Student Advocates for Health Care for his People Forcefully Displaced From Their Forest in Uganda
For thousands of years the Batwa people lived in the Impenetrable Forest of Uganda...
Moose Meatloaf With Dandelion Pesto—How Brilliant Native Chefs Are Revolutionizing Food
Chances are good the ancestors would have loved the cooking of chefs Flora Deacon and Rob Kinneen...
Century-Old Native American Vest Donated to Seattle Goodwill
A vest discovered in a trunk donated to the Seattle Goodwill in 2006 has been donated to the Burke Museum of Natural History and Culture on the University of Washington campus, als...
NYT Magazine Covers High Hopes for the North Dakota Oil Boom
In a recent cover story for New York Times Magazine , contributor Chip Brown conveys North Dakota residents' virtuous ambitions of economic vitality rooted in the state’s shale roc...
Comanche Boy Looks Ahead to February 15 Fight
Though the biggest fight of his boxing career is still a week and a half away, George (Comanche Boy) Tahdooahnippah believes he's in a win-win situation...
Grant to MHA Nation Will Bolster Self-Governance, Wealth Management
The Northwest Area Foundation (NAF) recently gave away $2.7 million to 24 organizations and entities with the overarching goal of reducing poverty and building prosperity...
Day of Prayer to Precede Seating of Wabanaki-Maine's Truth and Reconciliation Commissioners
Gale Courey Toensing
When the Wabanaki tribes and the State of Maine signed an agreement in the spring of 2011 to create a Maine/Wabanaki Truth and Reconciliation Process to heal the past abuses of Ind...
Tribes Applaud Sandy Recovery Improvement Act
Following President Barack Obama’s signing of the Sandy Recovery Improvement Act of 2013 on January 30, tribal leaders applauded the bill which puts tribes on equal footing as stat...
IndieGoGo Re-Launches Campaign To ‘Help Save Lakota Babies’ Lives’
IndieGoGo.com has extended the "Help Save Lakota Babies' Lives" campaign due to malfunctions on its website, which made it difficult for some donors to process their payment throug...
Arizona Congressman Commits To Reintroduce the Native American Suicide Prevention Act on the House Floor
After much effort, the Native Cry Outreach Alliance has succeeded in obtaining Congressional support for a bill to augment suicide prevention efforts in Indian country...
Pokagon Band: A $35 Million Economic Force
The Pokagon Band of Potawatomi Indians contributed $35 million to the regional economy in 2012, in addition to its annual payments to the State of Michigan, per the Band’s compact,...
Red Cliff Band of Chippewa Find Live Ammo in Discarded Military Barrels
Test results show that 22 of the 25 barrels of military waste dredged from Lake Superior last summer contain live ammunition, the Red Cliff Band of Lake Superior Chippewa have foun...
Setting the Record Straight: Four Myths on Global Cancer
American Cancer Society Celebrates World Cancer Day on February 4 Monday, February 4 is World Cancer Day, and the American Cancer Society is calling on people, organizations, and g...
The Week That Was: The Big Stories in Indian Country, February 3, 2013
It's our weekly roundup of the stories that mattered most in Indian country: EQUAL ACCESS: President Barack Obama signed into law a piece of legislation passed by both the House an...
Geronimo, Updated: New Biography Sheds Light on the Hero and the Forces That Shaped Him
Geronimo is unarguably one of the most famous Native American leaders ever, and while he lived, he was among the most feared...
Idle No More Brings Native Voices, Tribal Education to the Forefront
Dr. Cheryl Crazy Bull
Like many Natives and our allies across our Grandmother Earth, Unci Maka, I have joined the Idle No More movement, attending round dance gatherings, praying for Chief Theresa Spenc...
Energy Department Expands Technical Assistance for Tribal Energy Projects
On January 30, the United States Department of Energy announced its second round of the Strategic Technical Assistance Response Team (START) Program that potentially could enhance ...
Notes From A Single Mom: Marry The Right Man To Begin With!
Last December, the Luxembourg Income Study Center at the Graduate Center City University of New York released a report finding that “single mothers in the United States—most of who...
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