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'I Am Shoni Schimmel!': The All-Everything Native Point Guard Looks to Take It to Tennessee Tonight
Indian country is still celebrating after Shoni Schimmel led the Louisville Cardinals to one of the biggest upsets in the history of the NCAA women's basketball tournament on Sunda...
Tribe, Staff Credit Teamwork for Making $36 Million Viejas Hotel a Reality
The Viejas Band of Kumeyaay Indians celebrated the grand opening of its new $36 million Viejas Hotel in Alpine, California, on March 21 with traditional Kumeyaay bird songs, a Nati...
Sitka, Alaska, Ranks 9th on Smithsonian’s Top 20 Best Small Towns to Visit in 2013
Sitka, Alaska, the home of American Indian Alaska Native Tourism Association (AIANTA) member Sitka Tribe of Alaska, has landed at number nine on the Top 20 Best Small Towns to Visi...
UNITY Magazine Seeks Artwork by Creative Natives
For the November 2013 issue of UNITY Magazine, a publication distributed for free at corporate and university dining establishments, publishers Picture That LLC and Thompson Hospit...
Coursera Offers Underwater Basketweaving as April Fools' Joke
When a five-week long Underwater Basketweaving course showed up on Coursera’s home page, it looked legit—on the surface...
Newspaper Recants 'Racist' Letter, Expresses Regret, as Outrage Erupts in British Columbia
The headline alone sparked outrage. “Educate First Nations to be Modern Citizens,” trumpeted the title. And it went downhill from there...
Ten Years Later: Jessica Lynch, Former POW and Company Mate of Lori Piestewa, Speaks on NBC's 'Today'
Jessica Lynch , now 29, became a household name in 2003 when she became the first American POW to be rescued since the Vietnam War...
Back to Back! Northwest Indian College Wins National Basketball Title for Second Year in a Row
To say the Northwest Indian College (NWIC) men’s basketball team challenged itself this year is to put it mildly...
How to Stop the Sequester: Win the Next Election
A couple of weeks ago I was on Capitol Hill. In between meetings, I sat in the sun and watched tourists come and go...
Celebrating National Poetry Month, Turtle Island Style
April is National Poetry Month, an annual celebration of verse initiated by the Academy of American Poets in 1996...
Circle of Nations Indigenous Association Hosts 29th Annual Pow Wow in Minnesota
Jenna Ray, UM-Morris
The Circle of Nations Indigenous Association (CNIA) will hold the 29th Annual CNIA Powwow on Saturday, April 6, in the Physical Education Center at the University of Minnesota, Mor...
Kicking Off National Poetry Month: 'Drum,' by Alex Jacobs
April is National Poetry Month, and all month long we'll be bringing you a selection of works by poets, both established and new, from Indian country...
'The Tar Sands Disaster': Canadians Against Keystone XL, in The New York Times
"If President Obama blocks the Keystone XL pipeline once and for all, he’ll do Canada a favor," writes Thomas Homer-Dixon, an international affairs instructor at the Balsillie Scho...
North Dakota Congressman Kevin Cramer Allegedly Verbally Attacks Abused Native Women's Advocate
At a recent North Dakota state meeting, Spirit Lake Victim Assistance Director, Native Victim’s Assistance Program Director and Violence Against Women Act (VAWA) advocate Melissa M...
Grand Chief Calls Project NATIVE’s Help for Low Vision Native Americans 'Life Changing'
Linda Poolaw was too determined to let mere distance stop her from discovering tools and technologies that could help her deal with her vision loss...
Canadian Human Rights Tribunal Finally Hears Aboriginal Child Welfare Case
After a seven-year legal fight waged by a prominent aboriginal-children’s advocate and the Assembly of First Nations against the federal government, the Canadian Human Rights Tribu...
'One of the Biggest Upsets in History': Native Guard Shoni Schimmel Drives Louisville Past Top-Seeded Baylor
That just happened...
Studying the Effects of Indigenous San Drop Out Rates in South Africa
Poverty and feeling left out of the dominant culture has seen record numbers of the indigenous San drop out of the formal schooling system in Southern Africa...
Paul Simon's 'Sound of Silence' Backs Anti-Tanker Cautionary Video on Anniversary of Exxon Valdez Oil Spill
“Don’t be silent...
Poetic Confluence: Writers of Native Verse Explore Shared Roots
The word poetry can evoke echoes of everything from Shakespearean sonnets to minimalist Japanese haiku...
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