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Senator Rand Paul's Comment Draws Ire
Gary Farmer Talks Tour, Life on the Road
Native Humor: Funny Roadside Jokes
Turning Stone: Tiger Woods & Notah Begay
ommission Cites Century-Old Map
Names Have Power: Denali and Other Lies
West Swiftly Goes South; Denali Redux
Six Nations Arrows Defend Lacrosse Title
Foraging the Forest for a Fungal Feast
50 Faces of Indian Country, Part III
Big Room to Grow in Mortgage Vet Program
White Fear of Colored Unity
Nicaragua Canal Protest, 15,000 Strong
Shinnecock Call for Youth to Unite
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Better Way to Get Money
Labor Day Weekend Pow Wow to Draw Crowds
Hungry Polar Bears Trap Arctic Team
5 More Native Casinos That Tell Stories
7 Things You Should Know: Pequot Nation
Thing About Skins
New Zealand Volcano That Stars as Mordor in Lord of the Rings Erupts on Video
New Zealand’s Mount Tongariro volcano sprang suddenly to life on November 21, spewing ash nearly 20,000 feet into the air, canceling regional flights and coating everything in its ...
NCAI: Reflections and Celebrations During Thanksgiving and Native American Heritage Month
Thanksgiving is a time for family and friends to look upon reflection, remembrance, and celebration...
Haudenosaunee Thanksgiving Prayer: Gratitude Is Eternal
As this day of Thanksgiving dawns, the words of the Haudenosaunee Thanksgiving Prayer ring truer than ever...
Wyandotte Chief Leaves List of Accomplishments Behind
He went from piloting a B-24 bomber named “Big Chief” to serving as the chief of the Wyandotte Nation for 28 years...
France Bans Access to Sacred Mountain Said to Be Mayan Doomsday Refuge
France made the decision November 16 to ban access to Pic de Bugarach, a mountain which is said by Mayan doomsday believers to be a safe haven for when December 21 hits...
Giving Thanks: Indigenous Culture Center Expands Native Programs at Northland College
The Native American and Indigenous Culture Center (NAICC) at Northland College in Ashland, Wisconsin is giving thanks this time of year for expansion and outreach opportunities it ...
What Really Happened at the First Thanksgiving? The Wampanoag Side of the Tale
Gale Courey Toensing
When you hear about the Pilgrims and “the Indians” harmoniously sharing the “first Thanksgiving” meal in 1621, the Indians referred to so generically are the ancestors of the conte...
Salish Bounty: Tulalip Tribes Host Traveling Food History Exhibit to Illustrate its Correlation to Indian Health
Jackleen de la Harpe
If the food history of Coast Salish people were arranged as a timeline, past to present, it might look like this: The distant past: traditional hunting and gathering; The last cent...
Native American Heritage Month: A Time to Celebrate All We Are
Ryan J. Barber
On November 1, I changed my Facebook profile picture, from a drawing of mine, to a photo of Cecelia Chanique (1842-1924) without really knowing why...
New Student Organization Promotes Native American Heritage Month and Combats Stereotypes at Russell Sage College
The Native American Student Organization at Russell Sage College in Troy, New York is barely two months old, but it’s already sending the message that American Indians don’t all lo...
Drudge Targets Native American Students on Thanksgiving; Follows Similar Move By Mary Bono Mack
Popular conservative website aggregator Matt Drudge is using Thanksgiving 2012 to target Native American students who want to add their perspectives to the American dialogue on wha...
Rosebud Sioux Tribe Kindergarten Class Donates $50 Toward Purchase of Pe’ Sla
On November 16 Rosebud Sioux Tribal Chairman Cyril “Whitey” Scott received what he calls the best contribution the tribal council and the Oceti Sakowin, the Seven Council fires of ...
United American Indians of New England Commemorate a National Day of Mourning on Thanksgiving
For the past 42 years, members and supporters of the United American Indians of New England (UAINE) have assembled every Thanksgiving at Cole’s Hill in Plymouth, Massachusetts, to ...
California Petroglyphs Damaged and Stolen, Tribes and Authorities Stunned
Ancient petroglyphs were hacked out of the high desert chalk bluffs with power saws by thieves armed with ladders, generators and other equipment...
Getting to Know Cheryl Crazy Bull, the American Indian College Fund’s New Leader
Chatting with a neighbor across the fence on a rural reservation doesn’t usually lead to a stellar career. In at least one case, however, it did...
Native American Educator, David Whitener Sr., Walks On
Navajo Chef Freddie Bitsoie Shares a Truthful Family Thanksgiving Story
The first Thanksgiving that Navajo chef Freddie Bitsoie cooked for his family was in 2009...
Interior Seeks Tribal Members to Serve on Climate Change Committee
For some time, the climate change agenda has been shifting...
Colorado River Flow Returns to Natural Course Through Mexico
For some tribal members living alongside the Colorado River, a new plan to reconnect the river to the sea remedies a long-time spiritual wrong...
Penobscot Nation Sues State Over Settlement-Protected Hunting and Fishing RightsPenobscot Nation Sues State Over Settlement-Protected Hunting and Fishing Rights
Gale Courey Toensing
The Penobscot Indian Nation has sued the State of Maine over its assertion that the nation has jurisdiction and regulatory authority over hunting and fishing only on its reservatio...
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