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2014 Remember the Removal Riders Chosen
5 Prescient Aboriginal Women Leaders
Daylight Savings Time Looms This Weekend
CRYP Teaching Organic Gardening Program
It’s International Women’s Day
NMAI Profile: Orvena “Twiggy” Gregory
Doubting the Bering Strait Theory
BuzzerBeater Lands High Schooler on ESPN
Oklahoma Gov's Daughter Wears Headdress
Shocker: Tar Sands Fumes Underreported
SDSU Tribal Relations Director Moves Up
Mohawk Storyteller Kay Olan on TV
Continuing Progress With Tribes
Bareback Rider Is an Adrenaline Junkie
How Did I Miss That?
Jade Willoughby Does NY Fashion Week
100 Years Later: Still Fighting
Children Should Not Sue Their Parents
Cherokee Nation EMS Among Top 1 Percent
Nuclear Fallout Studied 70 Years Later
Thing About Skins
World AIDS Day: American Indians Join the Fight ‘Getting to Zero’ New HIV Infections
Niki Graham December 1 marks World AIDS Day , a global health day first held in 1988 to unite people in the fight against HIV/AIDS, show support for people living with HIV/AIDS and...
Tribes, Kibbutzim, and Iron Cages
Both Indian tribes and Israeli kibbutzim, plural for kibbutz, have engaged in alternative ways of economic production and organization...
Aboriginal AIDS Awareness Week Kicks Off With World AIDS Day
Across the globe, health groups are striving to bring awareness of the scourges of HIV and AIDS in this 30th year of the first documented case...
Trees Planted in Honor of Late Mohawk Leader Jake Swamp
Tree planting in Huntington Park, Massachusetts Jake Swamp-Tekaronianeken, a Mohawk leader and founder of the Tree of Peace Society, was remembered last month, a year after he was ...
Southern California Feels Strongest Santa Ana Winds in a Decade
Here's some startling video from ABC News —the strong, dry offshore winds known as Santa Ana are hitting southern California unusually hard...
Have the Terrorists Won? Rand Paul Speaks Out Against Martial Law Legislation
Gale Courey Toensing
Sen. Rand Paul, a first-term Republican senator from Kentucky, has been a vocal opponent of the National Defense Authorization Act for 2012, S...
Some Apple Juice Contains High Levels of Arsenic
Findings from a study released Wednesday reveal there are dangerous levels of arsenic and lead in some apple juice, reported ABC News ...
American Indian Empowerment Act Introduced
WASHINGTON – A newly introduced piece of legislation promises stronger tribal control over Indian lands. The American Indian Empowerment Act of 2011, H.R...
Rolling Stone Picks Hendrix, Robertson, Wray—and Jesse Ed Davis
The current issue of Rolling Stone features a list of the 100 greatest guitarists of all time, and wedged in among the many familiar names is one perhaps a lot of today's music fan...
Carcieri: Indian Country's 'Number One Priority'
Gale Courey Toensing
Legislators in the House and the Senate have promised to move a Carcieri fix forward during the current congressional session. Sen. Daniel Kahikina Akaka (D-Hawaii) and Rep...
Horses May Soon Be Slaughtered in U.S. for Human Consumption
Congress has lifted a ban on funding horse meat inspections, paving the way for horses to be slaughtered and butchered for human consumption, reported the Argus Leader ...
Northwest Indian College To Offer First Bachelor’s Degree; Thanks To New Laboratory
A new laboratory space at Northwest Indian College (NWIC) will allow students to obtain four-year degrees without leaving their communities...
Chinook Indian Nation to Close Food Bank
After 25 years of operation, the Chinook Indian Nation is shutting down its food bank in Chinook, the small southwest Washington town, because it can't pay the building's monthly r...
Study Shows Heading a Soccer Ball Could Lead to Brain Damage
Soccer is a sport that many educators in Indian Country, including influential and hugely important foundations like Notah Begay's NB3 Foundation , have turned to the sport as a gr...
New Law Attempts to Bring Justice to Indian Country
This complex story begins in the summer of 1881, when prominent Lakota chief Spotted Tail was assassinated on the Rosebud Reservation by a Lakota subchief named Crow Dog...
Inupiat Community Sues Companies Over Ravages of Climate Change
In 2006, the Army Corps of Engineers delivered a report that contained shocking news for the Inupiat community living in the arctic city of Kivalina: Pack up and move...
Obama's Indian Trust Commission Takes Form
WASHINGTON – With the Cobell settlement on appeal in federal court, the Obama administration is moving ahead with its efforts to reform federal management of Indian trusts...
Canada Racks Up Fossil Awards in Durban as Rumors of Kyoto Withdrawal Swirl
As rumors swirled about Canada's potential withdrawal from the Kyoto Protocol on greenhouse gas emissions, the nation continued its Fossil Award–winning sweep at the COP17 talks in...
Six Students Complete Choctaw Language Minor at Southeastern
In collaboration with the Choctaw Nation of Oklahoma , the Department of English, Humanities and Literature at Southeastern Oklahoma State University (SE) offers a Choctaw Language...
Easing Federal Paternalism Over Indian Land Leasing
WASHINGTON – In a move requested by tribes for decades, the federal government is easing its rules for the approval of leases on lands that the federal government holds in trust fo...
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