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2014 Remember the Removal Riders Chosen
5 Prescient Aboriginal Women Leaders
Daylight Savings Time Looms This Weekend
CRYP Teaching Organic Gardening Program
It’s International Women’s Day
NMAI Profile: Orvena “Twiggy” Gregory
Doubting the Bering Strait Theory
BuzzerBeater Lands High Schooler on ESPN
Oklahoma Gov's Daughter Wears Headdress
Shocker: Tar Sands Fumes Underreported
SDSU Tribal Relations Director Moves Up
Mohawk Storyteller Kay Olan on TV
Continuing Progress With Tribes
Bareback Rider Is an Adrenaline Junkie
How Did I Miss That?
Jade Willoughby Does NY Fashion Week
100 Years Later: Still Fighting
Children Should Not Sue Their Parents
Cherokee Nation EMS Among Top 1 Percent
Nuclear Fallout Studied 70 Years Later
Thing About Skins
Tribes Manufacture Cigarettes to Side-Step State Tax
Since New York began enforcing the collection of state excise taxes on premium cigarette brands sold on reservations to non-Indians in June, many tribes have started manufacturing ...
Hualapai Tribe Demands Apology From Skywalk Developer for Racist Comments
The Hualapai Tribe is demanding an apology from Grand Canyon Skywalk developer David Jin for "racist" comments made by his spokesperson, reported Fox 11 ...
Malcom X Phase B Associates, L.P. Will Be Accepting Applications for 2 Bedrooms, Section 8 Guidelines
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Historic Iqaluit Bowhead Hunt Delivers
Iqaluit's first bowhead whale hunt in a century has yielded its fruit, a 70-tonne, 14-meter-long specimen that will feed hundreds of Inuit people...
New Web Tool Shares Indigenous Environmental Knowledge with Students
Debra Utacia Krol
A new website developed by the National Museum of the American Indian aims to share four tribes’ indigenous knowledge and cultures, and how this ancient knowledge shapes their resp...
Pyramid Lake Sends Record Number of Native American Graduates to College
What started in 1979 as a last resort for at-risk Native American students in northern Nevada is becoming a successful bridge to higher learning...
Three Wisconsin Tribes Killed Discussion for Joint Off-Reservation Casino
Controversy Stirs Over Television Series on a Peruvian Tribe
A reality television series filmed in Machiguenga communities in the Peruvian Amazon misrepresented the tribe and reinforced stereotypes, says an anthropologist who has studied the...
Ken Bear Chief Reaches Out to Boarding-School Survivors
Ken Bear Chief’s voice shakes with fury as he recounts testimony he’s taken as Tamaki Law Firm’s liaison to Native Americans who’ve sued the Catholic Church for childhood sexual ab...
Alaska Rural Newspapers Find New Owners
Concern and disappointment over the closing of Alaska's rural newspapers, known collectively as Alaska Newspapers, Incorporated (ANI), has turned to hope and excitement as all six ...
The Hawaiian Way Fund’s Three Day Native Basketball Tournament
Native players from throughout Indian Country and Hawaii are hitting the courts hard in preparation for the Hawaiian Way Fund’s three-day Native Basketball Tournament...
Canada’s Longest-running Human Rights Case Settled After 23 Years
The 23-year-long human-rights case of a former Ontario corrections officer has been settled not only with damages for the plaintiff but also a three-year initiative launched by the...
NCAI Condemns Keystone XL Pipeline
Click for an enlarged version of the pipeline map (image source: US Department of State) In a resolution issued today, the National Congress of American Indians (NCAI) has declared...
University of North Dakota Plans to Retire Fighting Sioux Nickname
According to the Associated Press , the University of North Dakota has finally agreed to retire the Fighting Sioux nickname by the end of the year...
Two Plead Guilty in Swastika Branding Case
The Department of Justice announced today that Paul Beebe and Jesse Sanford of Farmington, New Mexico pleaded guilty in the U.S. District Court in Albuquerque, New Mexico...
San Carlos Apache Rangers Bust Marijuana Farm
Mary Kim Titla
What began three years ago when wildlife technicians on the San Carlos Apache Reservation in San Carlos, Arizona stumbled across a remote location on tribal land has become a succe...
Glendale Mayor Opposes Tohono O’odham Nation Operating Casino
At an August 10 panel discussion, the mayor of Glendale, Arizona, said she supports the Tohono O'odham Nation developing the 134 acres its owns outside Phoenix, if the tribe does n...
Indian Summer Music Awards Announces List of Nominees
Nominees have been announced for the 2011 Indian Summer Music Awards, which will be handed out at the 25th annual Indian Summer Festival , happening September 9-11 at the Henry Mai...
Indigenous Bolivians March Against Highway
On August 15 several hundred people from lowland Bolivia began a 350 mile, month long march toward the government’s seat in La Paz to protest a highway that will cut through a larg...
Science Careers for Native Americans Touted
Among benefits for aspiring scientists at the Denver Museum of Nature and Science (DMNS) is the Native American Science Scholarship Program, with an annual application deadline of ...
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