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Video Spotlight: A Stirring Haka, the Maori Ancestral War Cry
Led by Piri Weepu , Maori, the All Blacks, New Zealand’s indomitable national rugby squad, performed this rousing haka prior to their August 25 championship match against Australia...
Where the Salmon Run: The Life and Legacy of Billy Frank Jr.
Not until the 1974 Boldt decision in United States v. Washington did Billy Frank Jr. think that his treaty right to fish would be secure...
A Weekend at Thunder Valley Casino & Resort
I slept with Smokey Robinson. Now that I have your attention, allow me to clarify: Actually, I slept NEAR Smokey Robinson. What a difference a preposition makes...
Iroquois Linguistics Certificate at Syracuse University Comes at Important Time for Native Languages
Gale Courey Toensing
Syracuse University will offer a new program in Iroquois linguistics this fall semester...
On the Cutting Edge of Native Comedy With the 1491s
“To a certain degree Indian humor is dark humor - it’s satirical humor,” Dallas Goldtooth says. “I think the Indian people are the most cynical people on the planet...
Notes From a Single Mom: Leaving So Soon? When Children Want To Live With the Other Parent
The day the kids move out . . . it’s a day that most parents anticipate with mixed emotions...
Osoyoos Indian Band's Nk'Mip Winery Rakes in Awards, Pulls in Busloads of Visitors
Osoyoos, British Columbia—The verdant, grapevine-swathed hills roll off into the distance, drawing the eye to a backdrop of purple mountains...
The Week That Was: The Big Stories in Indian Country
It's our weekly roundup of some of the big stories coming out of Indian country...
Wildfires Overrun Nebraska Border Onto Pine Ridge Reservation
Wildfires crossed over Nebraska’s northwestern border onto the Pine Ridge Indian Reservation over the weekend, forcing evacuation from several communities and destroying at least t...
Fight Night: HBO Comes to Turning Stone Tonight for Boxing After Dark
HBO is coming to the Oneida Indian Nation's Turning Stone Resort Casino for a big night of boxing . HBO's Boxing After Dark will be broadcast tonight...
'Extreme Stargazing' on Deck for September Hard-Core Sky Watchers
Summer is fading into fall, and nights are lengthening as Mother Earth’s axis tilts back toward the winter solstice...
Video: Koala Makes Special Appearance in Canoe
Experts at sleeping for 16+ hours a day, climbing trees and feasting on eucalyptus, swimming is not a Koala's forte...
Navajo Family Overjoyed to Receive 200th Home From IRT, Complete With Running Water
On August 16 in Gallup, New Mexico, incoming residents of the 200th house built free-of-charge by Operation Footprint for local, less fortunate Navajo families cut a red ribbon in ...
Dale Carson Recounts a Legend of the Guardian of Seafood Bounty
Dale Carson A northwest legend tells of a girl who dropped a clam from a small boat and went in after it, the water reaching up to her waist...
Scenes from the Montreal First Peoples' Festival 2012
Ohio Residents Getting Crash Course in Native Heritage Through one Young Man's Efforts
After launching his first American Indian gathering in Caesar’s Creek Pioneer Village in Waynesville, Ohio this August, young Philip Smith is already planning next year’s pow wow ...
That Sinking Feeling
For centuries, the Guna (a.k.a. Kuna) Indians have successfully defended their territory on Panama’s Caribbean coast...
Too Many Scholarships, Not Enough Native Students Applying
Dr. Dean Chavers
In talking to my friend Al Paulson recently, it turned out we have a common problem. We can’t give away scholarships. What a shame...
Rosebud Sioux Tribe Announces Progress on Potential Black Hills Sacred Site Purchase
The Rosebud Sioux Tribe (RST) has announced progress in their efforts to purchase and preserve the sacred site of Pe’ Sla located in the Black Hills of South Dakota ...
Scenic Photos From 'Lone Ranger' Set; Bruckheimer Says Film Is Almost Wrapped
The Lone Ranger has easily been the most buzzed about major movie of 2012 in Indian country -- even though it won't come out until next year -- and its producer Jerry Bruckheimer h...
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