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Andrew Jackson Cancelled
Cherokee Citizen Moves up the Ranks
Ancient Environmental Sculpting Revealed
Rooney Mara as Tiger Lily in 'Peter Pan'
Scouting Association Annual Seminar
NTU Culinary Arts Gets Walmart Grant
Scouting Association Annual Seminar
Women Riders Fight Mega Projects
SKC Wins Basketball Championships
Navajo Council Anti-Redskins Bill
AIANTA Wins Top Ten Award
Zahn McClarnon of 'The Red Road'
DSGW Guides First American Design Studio
Colville Tribes Get Wolf-Monitoring $$
Good Feather Family Mourns Loss
Your Native Momma Is so Traditional
The Limitations of UNDRIP
Cultural Appropriation and Shrinkage
BBC Profiles Stark Life in the Bakken
Cherokee Nation Study Seeks to Keep Expe
Thing About Skins
Monument to Native American Chief Resurrected
“It’s a great day for a great event,” Spokane Tribe of Indians tribal council chairman Greg Abrahamson commented...
Tsuu T’ina First Nation Vies to Be Named Coolest Community in Alberta
Tsuu T’ina First Nation appears, well, normal. Sure it has great facilities: two championship golf courses, a casino, a sports complex, an ice rink and an indoor rodeo center...
Campaign Against Sharia Law a Threat to Indian Country
Gale Courey Toensing
The growing movement in the United States to ban the use of international law and Islam’s Sharia law in state courts sets a dangerous precedent for Indian country, spiritual leader...
Healing Totem to Begin its Journey September 12
On Monday, September 12, at Semiahmoo Park near Blaine, Washington, the Lummi Nation will bless the Healing Totem before it begins its 5,000-mile journey to the National Library of...
South Dakota College Prep Program Benefits Native American Students
SDSU-FIS Success Academy students accepted to attend SDSU this fall include, from left, top row, Donnie Eastman, Sisseton Wahpeton Oyate; Hepi FlutePlayer, Spirit Lake Nation; Harl...
Oklahoma Tribes Seek Water Rights
Tuskahoma in Choctaw means Red Warrior and it’s the name given to the tribe’s historical capital in Southeastern Oklahoma...
Coeur d’Alene Chairman Receives 40 Under 40 Award
Coeur d’Alene tribal chairman, Chief Allan , will be named a recipient of the Native American 40 Under 40 Award based on his impact on economic development...
School Supplies Drive Helps Hundreds of Native American Children
Backpacks overflowing with school supplies were recently given out by the Cheyenne River Youth Project (CRYP) in Eagle Butte, South Dakota to about 450 students on the Cheyenne Riv...
Indigenous Peoples Discuss Human Rights with European Parliament
Indigenous Peoples in Guatemala and Colombia met with members of the European Parliament in June where they shared their concerns on human rights violations, labor rights and the i...
Documentary and Website Chronicle Six Journeys to Health
With skyrocketing rates of diabetes and obesity throughout the aboriginal population, a new website and the Aboriginal Peoples’ Television Network (APTN) have teamed up to create a...
Fetal Alcohol Syndrome Rate Higher Among American Indians
Eisa Nefertari Ulen
A mother rouses from sleep, cradles her newborn infant and yawns. She then gets up and carries the baby, all soft and not quite ready to wail for food, into the kitchen...
Native Americans in Distress
The struggles of reservation life can be seen in this video uploaded by JunalGerlach on September 1...
Exhibit Explores Odawa Legacy and Struggle for Sovereignty
The Legacy of the Odawa exhibit will be on display at the Little Traverse Bay History Museum—in Center Petosky, Michigan—through September 30...
Larry Echo Hawk Visits Red Lake Juvenile Detention Center
Assistant Secretary of Indian Affairs Larry Echo Hawk and his staff toured the Red Lake Juvenile Detention Center in Redlake Minnesota on August 10...
Prosperity Mine Rearing Its Ugly Head, Again
Taseko Mines Ltd.’s second attempt to build a mine that the Tsilhqot’in call the worst mine ever proposed is going to go about as far as the first one did, the First Nation’s gover...
The 65th Annual Navajo Nation Fair
The Navajo Nation Fair was created in 1938 in an effort to stimulate livestock improvements and management through various exhibits for the Navajo people...
Brazil’s Indigenous Imbira People: The Earth, Life and Water are Life, Not Money
“We indigenous communities are saying, look at the sky, it’s changing, the sun is changing, the rain is changing”, says Davi Kopenawa Yanomami, president of Hutukara Yanomami Assoc...
Chickasaw Composer Receives Emmy for Musical Scientific Experiment
Patti Jo King
For years, scientists have suspected that science and music are closely connected...
Exclusive White House Protest Video
Upwards of 166 people, including indigenous leaders from territories in the United States and Canada, were arrested on Friday September 2 for protesting in front of the White House...
PGA and Notah Begay III Foundation Launch Native Youth Partnership
The Notah Begay III (NB3) Foundation, which is focused on improving the lives of American Indian youth by promoting sports programs and fitness awareness within their communities, ...
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