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New Documents Surface Relating to Elizabeth Warren's Native Claims
Massachusetts Senate hopeful Elizabeth Warren has been under fire for occasional claims of Native heritage, and the latest Associated Press report brings to light more conflicting ...
President Ben Shelly Tours Food Pantry
On May 9, Navajo Nation President Ben Shelly toured The Community Pantry in Gallup, New Mexico to explore ways the Nation can partner with the pantry...
Security-Banned Indigenous Youth Return to Permanent Forum
Gale Courey Toensing
Members of the Global Indigenous Youth Caucus returned to the United Nations Permanent Forum on Indigenous Issues on May 10, after having their credentials seized by security guard...
Council Formed to Guide Big Brothers Big Sisters’ Native American Mentoring Work
Margo Gray-Proctor, Osage, president, Horizon Engineering Service Company, will serve on the Native American Advisory Council to the Big Brothers Big Sisters of America...
Senate Passes Bill for New Vikings Stadium, Likely Killing White Earth Nation's Proposal
The Minnesota Senate approved the final version of a bill for a new Vikings Stadium on May 9, likely knocking the White Earth Nation's MinnesotaWins proposal out of the running...
Organization of American States Joins International Scrutiny of Canada's Missing Aboriginal Women
David P. Ball
The Inter-American Commission on Human Rights (IACHR) is scrutinizing the disappearance of more than 600 aboriginal women in Canada, only months after the United Nations announced ...
Pow Wow Weekend Planner
In need of a little powwow action this Mother's Day weekend? Perfect because we've put together a great list of powwows happening all over the nation this weekend...
Doomsday Busted: Mayan Calendar Looks Ahead 7,000 Years
A team of archaeologists has discovered a series of murals deep in the Guatemalan jungle, one of them a calendar that looks far into the future, the scientists announced on May 10...
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Video: Gonnella Frichner Delivers Doctrine Report to UNPFII
Tonya Gonnella Frichner (Onondaga), the former North American Representative to the United Nations Permanent Forum on Indigenous Issues, delivered the Intervention by Tonatierra: R...
Ancient Cultures Strive to Modernize 'Medieval' Western Notions at UNPFII
As the 11th Session of the United Nations Permanent Forum on Indigenous Issues (UNPFII) dissected the Doctrine of Discovery this week, peoples from ancient cultures worked to moder...
Video: Global Indigenous Youth Caucus Addressing Their Case For Inclusion
UPDATED, MAY 11, 2012 - CORRECTED NAME: Krysta Williams (Delaware) reads a statement on behalf of the Global Indigenous Youth Caucus on May 7 demanding the full participation of th...
Native Students Trekking to Washington to Demand Preservation of Sacred Places
This Mother’s Day a group of Haskell Indian Nations University students and advocates will embark on the Trail of Broken Promises, a journey across the eastern United States to sav...
Indigenous Groups at UNPFII Seek End of Violence Against Indigenous Women
Gale Courey Toensing
While congressional lawmakers in Washington are trying to strip the Violence Against Women Act of its protections for indigenous women, indigenous delegations at the United Nations...
Ten-Fold Increase in Asian Tiger Shrimp Population Causes Concern
The United States Geological Survey (USGS) reports that 331 Asian tiger shrimp were counted in the Gulf of Mexico in 2011, up from just 32 in 2010...
Yocha Dehe Wintun Launches Seka Hills Brand
Lisa Gale Garrigues
Visitors to Mulvaney's B&L Restaurant in downtown Sacramento were treated on April 30 to the taste of three different wines as well as a variety of appetizers, including steame...
Dust, Thunder and Hail Storms Zap Phoenix Area
The Phoenix area got smacked with a double-whammy on Wednesday as both a dust storm and thunderstorm wreaked a bit of havoc, though no injuries were reported...
Samuel Tso, Navajo Code Talker Walks On
Samuel Tso, 89, a United States Military Veteran and Navajo Code Talker passed away the evening of May 9 at the San Juan Regional Medical Center in Farmington, New Mexico, surround...
Vote for Your Favorite Name and Uniform to Replace Cleveland Indians
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Opposition Still Strong to Navajo-Hopi Water Act
Following a series of public forums on a controversial water settlement involving the Navajo and Hopi tribes, opponents of the settlement and the Navajo Nation president’s office s...
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