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Mashantucket Pequots Honor Police Veteran, Enlarge Department
Gale Courey Toensing
The Mashantucket Pequot Tribal Nation honored a veteran police officer with a promotion and added five new police officers to its Public Safety Department at a ceremony in February...
Honoring Our Fallen Heroes and Their Families: 10th Annual Lori Piestewa Memorial
On March 22-23, the 10th Annual Lori Piestewa Memorial for Our Fallen Heroes & Families will be held in Arizona. U.S...
Watershed Heroes: Colville Confederated Tribes Win Sierra Club Award for Battling British Columbia Smelter
The Colville Confederated Tribes’ successful effort to hold a British Columbia smelter accountable for dumping pollutants into the Columbia River for a century has caught the atten...
Venezuelan President Hugo Chávez Dies Following Battle With Cancer
Just four months into his fourth term, Venezuelan President Hugo Chávez, died Tuesday from complications related to cancer. He was 58 years old...
Switzerland's Only Bear Shot by Authorities After Being Deemed Dangerous to Humans
Wildlife rangers have shot dead Switzerland’s only bear because authorities feared it posed a threat to humans...
President Obama Signs Disaster Declaration for Navajo Nation, the Second Tribe to Receive Direct FEMA Assistance
President Barack Obama has made the Navajo Nation the second tribe to receive direct aid under a recent Stafford Act amendment, declaring a major disaster on the reservation due to...
Nonprofit Offers Food Stamps for Pets
Millions of people across the U.S. are struggling to make ends meet...
'Drunk Indians' Joke Lands 'Mike & Molly' in Hot Water
American Indians were blindsided by a quip on a recent episode of the CBS sitcom Mike & Molly ...
Deputy Assistant Secretary Roberts Updates Spirit Lake Community on BIA Actions Addressing Tribe's Child Safety and Protection Issues
On February 27, Deputy Assistant Secretary – Indian Affairs Lawrence S...
Three New Bills in Oregon Legislature Seek to Undermine Native American Mascots Ban
Three new bills recently introduced into the Oregon state legislature seek to undermine the state school board's ban on Native American mascots by allowing schools to avoid financi...
Comedian W. Kamau Bell Discusses Natives in Entertainment and 'Totally Biased'
Centering the Indigenous Nation
Outsiders tend to see indigenous nations as static, archaic, dying communities—non-existent at worst, or remnants of ancient, once-noble, but now destroyed or deeply fragmented com...
U.S. Circuit Courts of Appeal Roundup for February
The following is a listing of U.S. Circuit Court of Appeal cases that were decided on during the month of February. Eighth Circuit Court, St...
Trends in Indian Gaming: What’s Ahead?
This may not be the true dawning of a new age, but Indian casinos are poised on the precipice of change —one foot anchored in time-honored methods of success, the other embracing m...
Native American Veterans by the Numbers
In September 2012 the U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs (VA) released a comprehensive profile of American Indian and Alaska Native (AI/AN) veterans...
New Campaign Hopes to Raise Awareness of Threats to Peru's Nomadic Indigenous People
Threats facing nomadic indigenous people living in isolation in Peru are the focus of a new public awareness campaign launched by one of Peru’s largest indigenous organizations...
Ak-Chin Partners With Buildings Materials Company for Manufacturing Facility
On January 29, the Ak-Chin Indian Community completed a multi-million dollar investment in with a Phoenix-based manufacturer of steel framing building products, creating inroads fo...
Last Surviving Original Code Talker, Chester Nez, Speaks During Northland College's Indigenous Cultures Awareness Month
Indigenous Cultures Awareness Month at Northland College in Ashland, Wisconsin is underway, and it was kicked off in a grand way with a talk by a living hero...
Actor Jonathan Joss Talks 'Parks and Rec,' 'King of the Hill,' and His NAMA Nomination
Veteran Native actor Jonathan Joss is arguably most known for his recurring voice-over role as animated Indian character John Redcorn on the Fox sitcom King of the Hill from 1997-2...
Book Excerpt: Everything You Wanted to Know About Indians But Were Afraid to Ask
In his introduction to Everything You Wanted to Know About Indians But Were Afraid to Ask, author and professor Anton Treuer says that he spent most of his childhood living in a bo...
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