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It's Native, to Boot! Cree Nisga'a Clothing at NYC's Couture Fashion Week
Tonight, the four-day event known as Couture Fashion Week kicks off in New York City, and three Native designer operations are scheduled to show their work on Friday night...
Pull the Plug on D.C.! New Anti-Redskins 'Change the Mascot' Campaign
Tonight, the NFL season gets underway, and over the next few months fans of all races will be in the stands waving signs in support of their teams...
Okla. Governor Signs Extradition Order; Dusten Brown Turns Himself In
Update: Dusten Brown has surrendered to Sequoyah County authorities in Sallisaw, Oklahoma, where he posted bail and was released on his own recognizance...
Salmon Restoration, Part 4: As the Salmon Goes, So Goes the Northwest
As tribes and others work to restore salmon habitat and thus preserve both treaty rights and longstanding tradition, development is encroaching on those efforts...
Native History: Crazy Horse Killed by U.S. Soldier While in Custody
This Date in Native History: On September 5, 1877, Crazy Horse, an Oglala Sioux Indian chief who resisted removal efforts, was killed at Fort Robinson by a soldier's bayonet...
Cherokee Nation Principal Chief: ‘Tribe Has Never Been Stronger’
On August 31, Cherokee Nation Principal Chief Bill John Baker stood in the Cherokee Capitol building in Tahlequah, Oklahoma and gave the 2013 State of the Nation address – the corn...
Hell No, They Ain't Navajo! Louis Vuitton Pulls an Urban Outfitters
Just what are you looking at in the pictures on this page?...
Tribes Don't Like Keepseagle Lawyers Controlling $380 Million of Settlement
Tribal concern is brewing over a proposed plan by lawyers who settled the Keepseagle Native American farmer lawsuit that would allow the lawyers to create an agricultural foundatio...
Soot Killed The Little Ice Age at Dawn of Industrial Revolution, NASA Says
Industrially generated soot in the 19th century appears to have sparked the melting of glaciers in the Alps and put a halt to what’s known as the Little Ice Age, a new study has fo...
Native Prof in Trouble for Ripping Old Republicans Who ‘Raped’ Country
After being secretly recorded by a student on the first day of class at Michigan State University, award-winning creative writing professor William Penn, Nez Perce/Osage, has found...
The Last American Indian on Earth: Public Displays of Nativeness
There's an Indian on the loose in Washington, DC -- and he just might be the Last American Indian on Earth...
Fox News Report Was Inaccurate, Misleading About IHS
An August 22 Fox News report, “ObamaCare Mandate Skips Over Native Americans,” contains inaccurate and misleading assertions about the Indian Health System and the purpose of exemp...
6 Places to Find College Scholarships for Native Students
While most parents and students are just thinking about getting back to school, high school students should always be thinking about applying to as many scholarships as possible...
Tribal Empowerment Zones Not Yet Empowered on Capitol Hill
A limited pilot plan that would aid reservation economies by promoting tax-friendly incentives for private business creation and growth could easily have enough support in Congress...
Northwest Salmon, Part 3: Tribes Work to Restore Habitat
It has been about a year since the Northwest Indian Fisheries Commission report “State of Our Watersheds” was released in September 2012...
Video: Native Education Groups Improving the Graduation Rates
Jorge Martin Melchor
For many Native Americans, a higher education can seem an impossible goal, especially if they are struggling to overcome major obstacles like poverty or isolation...
Native History: Geronimo Is Last Native Warrior to Surrender
This Date in Native History: On September 4, 1886, the great Apache warrior Geronimo surrendered in Skeleton Canyon, Arizona, after fighting for his homeland for almost 30 years...
Red Lake: Running for Health, Healing and Sobriety
On the surface it kind of looked like a particular sort of marathon, longer than most at 322K (200 mile) and with mostly Indian participants, but it was oh so much more...
Republican Favoritism of GTAC Gets Public Comment Session
Mary Annette Pember
Wisconsin State Republican Senators presented a bill specifically allowing Gogebic Taconite (GTAC) to bar citizen access to the company’s mining site located on public land...
Senator Max Baucus's Fight to Preserve Flathead River's North Fork
At the forefront of the fight to keep development out of the North Fork of the Flathead River are two allies whom one might not expect: a senator from each side of the aisle...
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