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CBC’s ’8th Fire’ Ignites Twittersphere With Praise; Episode 2 Airs January 19
Anishinabe elders have long prophesied that aboriginals and Canadians will be able to move forward when they build the 8th fire of justice and harmony...
Reader Photos: Sacred Springs Pow Wow from the Indigenous Institute
In San Marcos, Texas, the Sacred Springs Pow Wow was put together by the efforts of the Indigenous Cultures Institute ...
First-Ever Aboriginal Judge Sworn in as Northwest Territories Supreme Court Justice
An aboriginal woman has been appointed to the Northwest Territories (NWT) Supreme Court for the first time...
Irvine Company Apartment Communities will open the Section 8 Waitlist
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Shakespeare and Native American Authors Among Those Banned from Tucson Schools
As part of its compliance with a state ban on ethnic studies, the Tucson Unified School District has banned its Mexican American Studies program and a number of books including The...
Findings Shed Light on Amazon’s Lost World
On January 14, the New York Times published a story on land carvings discovered in the far western reaches of the Brazilian Amazon...
Ernie Stevens, Jr.: Honor MLK and Native Civil Rights Leaders
Ernest L. Stevens, Jr.
The National Indian Gaming Association (NIGA) honors the strength and perseverance of our civil rights leaders, especially the unwavering strength and determination of Dr...
Considering the "IndiVisible" History of African Americans and American Indians
African Americans and American Indians can both tell tales of historical injustice—but to what extent do those tales overlap?...
NCAIED Names RES2012 National Honorees
The National Center for American Indian Enterprise Development (NCAIED) recently announced the tribal leaders, enterprises and individuals it will recognize at the 26th Annual Rese...
Craigslist Dreamcatcher – Typical?
Indian Country Today Media Network came across a Craigslist add this week that made us stop and scratch our heads. The seller advertises an “ Authentic Dreamcatcher!!...
Martin Luther King's Quotes on Humanism an Inspiration and Source of Support for Rights of Indigenous Peoples
On August 28, 1963 when more than 250,000 people gathered at the Lincoln Memorial in Washington, D.C. for a massive civil rights march, Dr. Martin Luther King Jr...
Mohawk Man Accused of 'Stealing' Land May Prompt Resolution of Land Claim Lawsuit
Gale Courey Toensing
The case of a Mohawk man arrested in December for “stealing land” may be the engine that moves forward a land claim lawsuit that has languished in federal court for decades...
Filmmaker Melissa Santoro Greyeyes-Brant Talks About 'Kinamagawin: Aboriginal Issues in the Classroom'
Post-secondary institutions are supposed to be places of learning and critical thought. But what happens when a class begins discussing aboriginal issues?...
E-Waste Recycling Supports Native Values of Environmental Protection, Self-Sufficiency
Patti Jo King
In January 2011, the Choctaw Nation of Oklahoma (CNO) inaugurated an innovative program designed to dismantle and recycle used electronic and computer products, to prevent improper...
Mother, Leader: Mississippi Choctaw Has First Female Leader
The 10,000-plus members of the Mississippi Band of Choctaw Indians made it clear this past summer that they wanted a dramatic change in leadership...
Bacone College Makes Native American Library More Accessible
As part of an expansion project, Bacone College plans on making more room for its Native American library, which is currently in the basement of Samuel Richard Hall...
Hopi Tribal Council Approves Resolution For Robert J. Lyttle, PC
In a recent move by the Hopi Tribal Council, after moving to relieve the Law Firm of Robert J...
Whetting the Literary Appetite: Books to Jump-Start Your Reading Year
A new year has begun, and with it comes a crop of intriguing new books...
Pow Wow Dancing: Honoring Your Mind and Body
Between traditional holiday feasts, frigid weather tempting the northerners among us to stay indoors, and the frenzy of new year’s resolutions, visions of cardiovascular fitness an...
Down the Powwow Highway in a '53
Cetan Wanbli Williams
Facing a bleak outlook on mutual fund investments, she bought a 1953 Chevy pick-up. “She’s been saving her winnings since she was 8 years old!” said Michael Roberts...
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