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CA Natives Working to Avert Fish Kill
Cartoonist Without Reservations
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Native Academics Mentor Students in STEM
Oregon Rejects Coal Train Terminal Plans
Bishop Paiute Tribe Makes History
Open Letter to Sally Jewell
An Academic Reservation in the Making
ESPN’s Mike Ditka ‘Admires’ Snyder
Ferguson Has Implications for All
On Background Only, Not Free Speech
Prehistoric Native Remains Found in CA
Naked Bodies on Gunny Beach
Ferguson and the Shoot-First Problem
Tweets, Please! Shoni Schimmel Takes Ove
1,300 Mourn for Fontaine and Hall
Listen to Kinnie Starr's 'Summer Day'
Video: Yurok Youth Make Case for Klamath
Choctaw Director of Education Retires
CA Tribes Work to Avert Mass Fish Kill
Thing About Skins
Little Hockey Tourney Registers Potential Stem Cell Donors
Thanks to a unique partnership, the talk at a popular aboriginal youth hockey tournament in Canada this week was not all about goals, assists or wins...
The Monument Valley Balloon Festival in Navajo Nation
Diego James Robles
Monument Valley in the majestic Navajo Nation is a sacred place for its Diné people and apparently American balloonists as well...
The 13th Step: Peyote Ceremony Cured Author’s Addictions
By the time Robert Hayward, Winnebago, decided to write about his journey to redemption, he had been through hell...
One Indigenous Among Three Killed in Peru’s March 14 Protests
A Shipibo man was one of three people killed March 14 in Puerto Maldonado, in Peru’s southeastern Amazon region, during a protest against new laws designed to control wildcat gold ...
Book Tells the Darker History of How Hawaii Became Part of the U.S.
Julia Flynn Siler’s new book, Lost Kingdom: Hawaii’s Last Queen, the Sugar Kings, and America’s First Imperial Adventure , paints a truer—and more sinister—portrait of how Hawaii w...
Red Meat Linked to Cardiovascular Disease, Cancer and Early Death
Eating both processed and unprocessed red meat is linked to premature death, according to a recent Harvard School of Public Health (HSPH) study, published online in the Archives of...
Keeping Inuit Students Engaged: School Programs Incorporate Inuktitut, Day Care
Earlier this week we brought you Fiona Walton, a professor of education at Prince Edward Island University and recent winner of a 2012 3M National Teaching Fellowship , a prize bes...
Dream Weaver: Internationally Renowned Artist Teri Rofkar’s Incredible Textile Masterpieces
Teri Rofkar (Tlingit of the Raven Clan from the Snail House) of the Sitka Tribe of Alaska sees patterns and shapes emerge from wool and roots...
From the Badlands to Alcatraz Screens Wednesday in Los Angeles
In 2003, two men from the Pine Ridge Indian Reservation, Richard Iron Cloud and Armando Black Bear, came to San Francisco and became the first Lakota men to complete the swim from ...
Wabenaki-Bates-Bowdoin-Colby Collaborative Sponsors Native American Women in Academia Symposium
Four American Indian women who recently earned their Ph.Ds spoke to students March 2 at Bowdoin College in Maine, the purpose being to "bring a variety of perspectives to what it m...
Seneca Council Bans Synthetic Pot, Bath Salts
In a move unrelated to the raids in February, the Seneca Nation of Indians Council voted March 10 to ban the sale and distribution of synthetic marijuana, bath salts and drug-use p...
Renown Native Artist Bunky Echo-Hawk to perform Live Art Joins Dance at Mother Earth Pow Wow
Bunky Echo-Hawk , Pawnee and Yakima, artist extraordinaire and most recently the man behind the artwork for Nike’s N7 apparel line, will perform his incredible live art show to sta...
Dorgan and Center for Native American Youth Celebrate Anniversary
More than 100 tribal leaders, tribal youth and a handful of United States Senators turned out last week in support of Native youth at the Center for Native American Youth’s (CNAY) ...
Notes From a Single Mom: Should You Be Friendly With the Ex’s Girlfriend?
Lynn Armitage Houston, we have a problem. Her name is Carolyn. Carolyn is my ex-husband’s girlfriend. They live together with her two pre-teens and most likely, they’ll marry...
Yakama Pow Wow Dancers Perform in Front of 1.5 Million in South America
“I think it’s the best I’ve ever been treated,” HollyAnna DeCoteau Pinkham said.
Aboriginal-Law Expert Joins Miller Thomson in Saskatchewan
As mining companies and other entities get more and more serious about conducting meaningful consultation with aboriginals on land and resource development, aboriginal law is a fas...
Help Support the First Pro Sports Franchises in North America to Feature Only Native Athletes
A pair of professional lacrosse teams are making a bit of history in southern Ontario arenas this year...
JOB: University of Wyoming Counseling Center Seeks Associate Director/Mental Health clinician
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Claiming Intellectual Property a Tough Debate for Indigenous Peoples
Indigenous intellectual property has over the years provoked a fierce debate between governments, first nation peoples and corporates about who should benefit most from the spoils ...
Northern Arapaho Tribe Granted Permit to Kill Two Bald Eagles
Two bald eagles can be killed for use in the Northern Arapaho Tribe’s Sun Dance this summer, according to the Fish and Wildlife Service (FWS), but the issuance of the fatal-take pe...
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