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Patricia Michaels Shines in 'Project Runway' Premiere
And they're off. On Thursday night, 16 talented designers faced their first test on Project Runway ; at the end of the 90-minute season premiere, one was shown the door...
Cherokee Nation Boosts Health Employee Pay Roll by $5M to Compete With Urban Salaries
The Cherokee Nation is raising salaries for more than 200 employees at its eight health centers and W.W...
Native American Provisions of Violence Against Women Act Re-Introduced
Native Americans are getting a jump-start on lobbying the new 113 th Congress for passage of tribal provisions passed last year by the Senate but stalled in the House involving the...
Northwest Area Foundation Grants More Than $222K to Three Affiliated Tribes to Improve Economic Structure
The Northwest Area Foundation recently gave away $2.7 million to 24 organizations and entities with the overarching goal of reducing poverty and building prosperity...
Sifting Evidence with British Columbia's Ancient Civilization Sleuths
Jude Isabelle, TheTyee.ca
[Editor’s Note: Often passed, seldom visited by outsiders, British Columbia’s Central Coast is home to the continent’s longest-settled places and most enduring peoples...
Former Rocky Mountain Indian Chamber of Commerce President Under Investigation for Theft and Forgery
Josh Running Wolf, 31, Blackfeet, former president of the Rocky Mountain Indian Chamber of Commerce (RMICC), was arrested January 7 by Denver police on allegations of check forgery...
Enbridge Faces Rising Opposition to Northern Gateway Pipeline With Protests, Arrests
David P. Ball
Opposition continues to grow against Enbridge's proposed 728-mile, $5.5 billion Northern Gateway pipeline, which would pump 525,000 barrels of diluted bitumen crude from Alberta's ...
Indigenous Farmworkers Are Breaking New Ground in California
Lisa Gale Garrigues
In her tiny office in Greenfield, California, Estela Ramirez, 24, patiently asks the woman on the other side of the desk about her life: “Do you need any help filling out forms?...
Scenes from the Idle No More Protest at The Grove in Los Angeles
On Saturday, January 19, Natives gathered at The Grove, an outdoor shopping and entertainment complex in Los Angeles, for an Idle No More demonstration...
Spence Leaves Hospital, Joins Honoring Ceremony and Signs 13-Point Declaration
Supporters presented Chief Theresa Spence with gifts, gratitude and praise on Thursday January 24 as the Attawapiskat First Nation leader arrived from the hospital after a brief st...
Natives Have an Ally in Japan
He’s been fascinated with Native American culture since he was young and that love has grown into a lifelong education for Yoshitaka “Yoshi” Iwasaki, a doctoral student at Osaka Un...
Murray Says She’s Eager to Contrast the Senate Budget With Those From the House
It’s hard to see the U.S. Senate as a democratic institution in the 21st century. A voter from Wyoming has nearly 70 times the representation as a citizen from California...
Idle No More Youth 'Show Strength of Cree Culture' in 900-Mile Frozen Trek to Ottawa
David P. Ball
Through stinging temperatures far below freezing—plummeting down to -53F with windchill—six young men and a guide are snowshoeing on a historic two-month, more than 900-mile journe...
Human Food Responsible for Turning Wolves Into the Domesticated Dog
The ferocious wolf likely evolved into man’s best friend by eating human food, according to a study by researchers from Sweden, Norway and the United States, published in the journ...
American Indian Climbs Coaching Ladder to the NFL
In 1971, James Taylor arrived on the campus of the University of Alabama on a football scholarship...
Video: Struggling Dolphin Seeks Help From Divers
Watch as these divers have an unexpected experience with a struggling dolphin...
Chief Spence in Hospital for Observation, Nishnawbe Aski Nation Honors Her: Webcast
Attawapiskat First Nation Chief Theresa Spence is in the hospital on intravenous fluids and had to skip a news conference and ceremony honoring her six-week-long, liquids-only fast...
The Zotigh Singers Host the AIS Presidential Inaugural Pow Wow
The Zotigh Singers of Albuquerque, New Mexico served as a host drum at this year’s American Indian Society's Presidential Inaugural Pow Wow on January 19 in Washington, D.C...
New Film Highlights Alaska Native Suicide Prevention
In We Breathe Again , a movie in production about Alaska Native suicide-prevention work, a man talks about his suicide attempt. “I wanted to hunt...
Native Youth Champions Needed
Positivity is key. That’s the message the Champions for Change program run by the Center for Native American Youth at The Aspen Institute is spreading...
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