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Story of Forrest Gerard is a ‘must’ for the Canon of Indian Country
What is “The Canon of Indian Country?” Those stories that are recited in schools, the ones most young people know by heart, tales of valor, excellence and an optimistic future...
DOJ Announces Funding Opportunities For Tribes and Tribal Consortia
Federally recognized tribes throughout the United States have another avenue to improve law enforcement and crime prevention throughout reservation communities...
Texas Tribe Willing to Forgo $270.6M From Congress for a Casino
Despite a 2003 federal court recommendation that Congress pay the Alabama-Coushatta Indians $270.6 million in compensation for oil and gas production, timber harvesting and trespas...
Drought, Controversy May Spur Changes in Wind River Irrigation Management
Ron Feemster, Wyofile
The two main irrigation systems on the Wind River Indian Reservation could hardly be more different...
Alaska Native Groups Must Overcome Challenges, Build Enduring, Global Brands
Every Alaska Native corporation, and many Tribal businesses, started companies from the ground up...
Traditional Food Makes a Comeback in the Pacific Northwest
Long before the “100-mile diet” became the trendy new way to eat, Native American people of the Pacific Northwest were immersed in this way of eating...
American Indians Go Ivy League
Tanya H. Lee
American Indians are underrepresented at most Ivy League schools...
Fight the War! 13-Year-Old Calls on His Generation to Save the World
We live in a world controlled by money, greed and power...
Neo-Nazi Bail Set at $1 Million Cash
The developments of a white supremacists haven in Leith, North Dakota, took a major blow on December 27...
Hall of Fame/Mantle of Shame Awards for 2013
Suzan Shown Harjo
SHAME: The lobby for the Trans-Pacific Partnership , a trade treaty to fast-track energy projects that the U.S. and a dozen other countries negotiated in secret...
Halbritter: 2013 a ‘Year of Reckoning for the R-word'
Oneida Indian Nation representative and CEO Ray Halbritter wrote an op-ed in the Washington Post saying that 2013 was a “year of reckoning for the R-word.” “As the Washington footb...
Stillaguamish Donate $300,000 to Three Local Food Banks
The Washington State-based Stillaguamish Tribe of Indians made $100,000 cash donations to three area food banks to help those less fortunate over the holidays...
$170M Holiday ‘Fulfillment’: Cherokee Nation and Macy’s Create Partnership
New York spectators and television viewers from around the world saw the Cherokee National Youth Choir’s float roll by in this year's Macy’s Thanksgiving Day Parade...
Travel Back in Time to Meet Kateri Tekakwitha, the First Native Saint
Who was Kateri Tekakwitha? A Mohawk-Algonquin woman born in 1656, Kateri devoted her adult life to Christianity and died at age 24...
Video: Yakama Nation’s Work to Bring Back the Salmon
Time was when the salmon ran so thick you could walk on their backs to cross the river. That’s how the elders tell it. Then came the dams...
Native History: Wounded Knee Descendent Remembers Family’s Past
This Date in Native History: On December 29, 1890, a band of Miniconjou Lakota led by Chief Spotted Elk—called Big Foot by the government—were massacred at Wounded Knee...
The Week That Was: The Big Stories in Indian Country, December 29, 2013
Our weekly roundup of the stories that mattered most in Indian country: DEMONSTRATORS WARNED: The organizers of a flash mob round dance to celebrate the second winter of Idle No Mo...
Be It Hunter, Canoe, Chief or Bison, Constellation Orion Is Our Winter Buddy
The stars in the constellation we know as Orion make such an obvious figure that just about every civilization, including Indigenous Peoples, have created mythology about the const...
Cherokee Nation Honors Veterans in December
During the Cherokee Nation Tribal Council meeting for December, four Cherokee veterans were honored for their service and duties with the Cherokee Medal of Patriotism...
12 Exotic Places to Visit Each Month in 2014
The world is full of fascinating locales, rich in history, nature and visual beauty...
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