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No New Stadium in D.C. Until Name Change
Native Super Heroes Take Over the Heard
The Myriad, Generous Offerings of Plants
Rachel Dolezal Outs Andrea Smith Again
A Canada Day Meditation
Long-time Supporter of Indian Gaming
Canada Day a Non-Event for Indigenous
USA Today Names Best Resort Casino
Bill John Baker Reelected
Imagining Reconciliation in Bemidji
7 Apologies Made to American Indians
For Andrea Smith: 'I’m Not an Indian'
America Meredith's 'First American Art'
10 Powerful Images from Mauna Kea
What It Means to Be Landless
Debunking the 'Half-Breed' Label
20 Native Portraits by Ryan Red Corn
Vancouver Native Festival Draws 30,000
Is It Chowder, or Chowdah?
Protectors Halt Mauna Kea Construction
Thing About Skins
NPR Exposes Loophole that Allows Dumping of Toxic Oil Residue on Wind River Reservation
National Public Radio (NPR) has unearthed documents via the federal Freedom of Information Act that show how a legal loophole enables oil companies to let oil-laden wastewater flow...
Indian Civil Rights Act Violations Alleged
A Tohono O’odham Nation member’s claim of unlawful detention, dismissed by a District Court, also got a thumbs-down from the U.S...
Family, Community Await Arrest in UNC-Chapel Hill Murder Case, Governor Increases Reward
Police aren’t saying anything about the investigation into the September 7 death of 19-year-old University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill student Faith Hedgepeth, leaving her fam...
Notes From a Single Mom: The Good Life—What's So Great About Being a Single Parent?
As we head into Thanksgiving, it’s time to reflect on all the blessings in our life. For the 10 million single moms in this country, there are at least 10 million of them...
Native American Heritage Month: Iñupiat in Barrow, Alaska, Hang on at the Top of the World
This hour-long documentary chronicles the ebbing cultural life of the Alaska Natives who live on the edge of climate change...
Leonid Meteor Shower Lights Up Weekend Skies
The stars, they are a’flying once again...
NMAI Will Host Annual Holiday Art Market in New York and Washington
The National Museum of the American Indian will host its annual Indian art market in New York City and Washington just in time for holiday gift-giving...
'Mesnak' Wins Big at American Indian Film Festival
The American Indian Film Festival took place November 2 through 10 in San Francisco, with the final evening being given over to the 37th annual American Indian Motion Picture Award...
Hooters Launches Culturally-Offensive Marketing Campaign
Hooters has stepped up to take its place along with the Gap and Victoria's Secret as a major brand using disrespectful images of American Indians for advertising...
Jim Sinclair, Champion of Aboriginal Rights, Walks On
Saskatchewan elder Jim Sinclair lost his battle with cancer on Friday, November 9. He was 79. Sinclair was born in 1933 in Punnichy, Saskatchewan ...
Ecotrust Indigenous Leadership Award Honors Five, Welcomes Them to Rising Leadership Network
Ecotrust, the think tank that promotes sustainable development, has recognized 48 tribal leaders with its Indigenous Leadership Award (ILA) for their dedication to culture and to i...
Onondaga Nation Files En Banc Petition in Land Rights Case
Gale Courey Toensing
The Onondaga Nation has asked a federal appeals court for an en banc—or full panel—review of a decision by a three-judge panel that who affirmed a lower court’s dismissal of the Na...
2012 Western Navajo Fair Powwow in Photos
Diego James Robles
What a difference a year can make...
Native Storyteller Robert Wapahi, Dakota, to Present at the Mitchell Museum of the American Indian
Dakota Sioux storyteller and visual artist Robert Wapahi of Chicago will present “Stories of Families,” a program of traditional, historical, and true contemporary tales for all ag...
Regaining Stewardship Over American Indian Education
Very little contemporary American Indian education is tribally focused...
Foxwoods and Mohegan Sun Post Lower Slot Revenues in October
Gale Courey Toensing
The Connecticut shoreline was not the only victim of Superstorm Sandy ...
Bryan Brewer Named New Oglala Sioux Tribe President
In a somewhat surprising victory, newcomer Bryan Brewer has defeated Oglala Sioux Tribe Presidential incumbent John Yellow Bird Steele in the 2012 presidential election on the Pine...
Oglala Sioux Chairman Discusses Sale of Alcohol on Reservation
As Indian Country Today Media Network reported in mid-October, the Oglala Sioux Tribe’s (OST) Law and Order Committee has proposed legalizing the sale, possession and consumption o...
National Book Award Goes to Louise Erdrich for The Round House
Ojibwe author Louise Erdrich’s novel The Round House has won the National Book Award for fiction, the National Book Foundation announced on November 14...
Native American Heritage Month: Rock Your Mocs
According to Facebook, Rock Your Moc's is an up and coming nonprofit organization that's "still in the thinking stage." As a way to celebrate Native American Heritage Month , the g...
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