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Designing for Life: Johnpaul Jones
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Heterosexuality: A Post-Contact Invention
The notion of heterosexuality did not exist even per se among Europeans before contact. In fact, the Germans were instrumental in inventing it in the 1860s, a new book argues...
San Juan County, Utah and Navajo Nation Tensions Continue
The tensions between San Juan County, Utah and the Navajo Nation continued recently when the county denied Navajo Human Rights members access to all public records of the San Juan ...
Sovereign Erotics: A Collection of Two-Spirit Literature
Edited by Qwo-Li Driskill, Deborah Miranda, Daniel Heath Justice and Lisa Tatonetti, Sovereign Erotics: A Collection of Two-Spirit Literature (University of Arizona Press, 2011)is ...
Run Like the Rarámuri: Grueling UltraMarathon Helps Tarahumara Indians Through Turmoil
Every March runners from across the world trek to the Copper Canyon in the state of Chihuahua, Mexico for a grueling endurance test–the UltraMarathon...
AP Story About Offensive Place Names Features James Ramos of San Manuel Band
The Associated Press published a story today highlighting the deep racist ties of the United States, that are shown through names of towns, lakes, reservoirs and other areas...
New Mexico Gears Up for Dr. Seuss Celebration
New Mexico schools will be celebrating the 108 th birthday of Dr...
Metis Rookie Hockey Player Has Heart of Gold, Will of Steel
Jordy Trottier is fulfilling his dream of playing professional hockey this season...
The Enforcer: Former FBI Agent Walter Lamar Builds Communities
Walter Lamar just keeps reinventing himself...
JOB: Denver Indian Family Resource Center Seeks Executive Director
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Tyra Banks Graduates From Harvard
Tyra Banks, the host and creator of America’s Next Top Model , earned herself a certificate from the Owner/President Management Program at Harvard Business School in Cambridge, Mas...
Notes From a Single Mom: My Double Life—Torn Between Children and a World Without Them
Lynn Armitage The one good thing about divorce—besides complete domination of the remote control—is that parents get more free time to themselves...
45 Years Later, a Double Tribute to Loving v. Virginia
On July 11, 1958, Richard and Mildred Loving were arrested in their own home in Caroline County, Virginia. Their crime: Marriage...
A Voting Victory for Wind River Reservation
Indian voters living in and around Wyoming’s Wind River Indian Reservation may be able to elect more Native county commissioners thanks to a ruling by a federal appeals court...
Aboriginal Achievement Award Winners Honored as Beacons of Inspiration
A federal cabinet member, a Hollywood star, a public service worker...
A Young Master: Meet Navajo Black Belt Alfred Duchaussee
Walk softly…and carry a big 3 rd degree black belt ...
A Look at the Indian Education Summit Through Videos
Every year the National Indian Education Association (NIEA) Legislative Summit brings members and advocates of Native American education to Washington, D.C...
Cocopah Police Chief Attends Training
Longtime law enforcement and Cocopah Tribal Police Chief James Spurgeon was recently chosen as one of 30 law enforcement executives across the United States to attend the 9 th Lead...
Dale Carson Shares the Egg's Native Roots
Dale Carson The 1965 edition of Yeffee Kimball and Jean Anderson’s classic The Art of American Indian Cooking says wild fowl eggs served as a source of protein to the Plains nation...
Tonight’s the Night: Crescent Moon Flirts With Venus, Jupiter; Mercury, Mars, Drop In
It has been hard to miss: All week we’ve seen Venus and Jupiter, the two brightest objects in the sky this week, edge closer and closer together...
Travel Spotlight: South Carolina’s Surfeit of Ancient American Indian Artifacts
South Carolina has recently been in the news thanks to the Republican primary, where the state shocked many, on both the right and the left, by handed Newt Gingrich a large victory...
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