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Jackson Browne, Common, Pete Seeger and Others to Play Benefit for Leonard Peltier on December 14
On December 14 at the Beacon Theatre in New York City, musicians including Jackson Browne, Common and Pete Seeger will play "Bring Leonard Peltier Home in 2012," a benefit for impr...
Ojibwe Cultural Educator Nick Hockings Walks On
Clifford E. Knapp
Nick Hockings, Ojibwe artist, human rights activist, and cultural consultant, walked on to the spirit world on November 30, 2012 in his home in Lac du Flambeau, Wisconsin...
Spirit of Enterprise: A Community Laundromat
Name: Robert Smith Title: Tribal Chairman of the Pala Band of Mission Indians and co-owner of the Pala Tub Type of business: Laundromat How long in business: Since September 2008 O...
James Luna Provokes and Entertains With His Multimedia Performance Art
In October, the Denver Museum of Nature & Science in Colorado opened an intriguing exhibit within its Crane North American Indian Cultures Hall...
Arizona Snowbowl Protestors Charged in Federal District Court
Three activists were charged in federal District Court in Flagstaff, Arizona, today with disrupting work in a U.S...
Idle No More Rallies Sprout Across Canada, Invigorating Grassroots
David P. Ball
Thousands of people across Canada took to the streets for International Human Rights Day on December 10, launching a grassroots effort for Native rights and recognition in the face...
Johnny Depp as Tonto Talks to a Horse in Second 'Lone Ranger' Trailer
The second trailer for the upcoming movie version of The Lone Ranger has been posted to Disney UK's YouTube page, and it's bound to provoke a few reactions in Indian country...
Artifacts and Remains Found During Highway Construction to be Repatriated
While resurfacing a portion of U.S. 23 earlier this year, a road crew in Oscoda, Michigan found some remains and artifacts...
New Indigenous Community Justice Sanctions Criticized in Bolivia
One indigenous community in Bolivia made headlines in early November after it was announced that, in their district, thieves would have a hand cut off after the 3 rd or 4 th arrest...
Navajo Activists Spearhead Energy Transformation in the Four Corners Area
On the Navajo reservation, pollution from coal production is allegedly causing respiratory illnesses, depleting local aquifers and contaminating drinking and agricultural water wit...
A Pro-Active Move for Rep. Raúl Grijalva As Next Interior Secretary
In a pro-active move by a coalition of supporters, including American Indian activist Suzan Harjo, a letter was sent to President Barack Obama on December 10, showing strong suppor...
Joy Harjo Performs at Tel Aviv University in Face of Anti-Israeli Boycott
American Indian writer and musician Joy Harjo stood firm in her decision to perform at Tel Aviv University in Israel on Monday despite being urged to boycott in support of those pr...
Juaneño Band of Mission Indians Loses a Leader
The Juaneño Band of Mission Indians is mourning the loss of its vice chairwoman, Francine Pala Sommers Yorba, who walked on December 7 at her home in San Juan Capistrano, Californi...
Yellowstone's 'Rock Star' Wolf Shot and Killed
The New York Times reported that Yellowstone National Park's most famous and beloved wolf, known as 832F to researchers, was shot and killed last week...
Looking at the Positives: Resilience in the Face of Chronic Illness
Resilience : from the Latin meaning to jump back or recoil; an ability to recover from or adjust easily to misfortune or change...
6 Questions With Joey Jayne, Montana’s First Native Woman Justice Court Judge
Northwestern Montana’s Lake County Justice of the Peace-elect Joey Jayne, Navajo, was elected after which she calls a lot of perseverance in this year’s 2012 election cycle...
Navajo Child’s Blanket Leads $1.28 Million Native Art Auction
A Native American art auction brought in $1.28 million for Bonhams in San Francisco, California on December 3 with a Navajo child’s blanket taking the top spot selling for $60,000...
Music 'Addict' Gabriel Ayala Plays for Pope and President
The man and his music are inseparable because the performer and the performance are one...
5 Tragically Killed in Tule Indian Reservation Shooting
In a tragic series of events this weekend on the Tule Indian Reservation in California, tribal member Hector Celaya went on a veritable shooting rampage that left his daughter, mot...
GEObet, Northern Bear Casino Defend Online Gaming Site in Face of Scrutiny From Canadian Government
The aboriginal-owned GEObet Tribal Gambling Network, an online gaming enterprise based and operated in the United Kingdom, launched the first online tribal casino in North America ...
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