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Cleaning Up Uranium in the Navajo Nation
Cleanup of uranium-tainted Skyline Mine site within Navajo Nation is underway; it's a welcome undertaking, reports the Salt Lake Tribune , but residents still have some cause for c...
Genealogy Research Course at Phillipsburg Library
A basic genealogy research course will be held June 8, 15, and 22 at the Phillipsburg Library, at 200 Frost Ave. in Phillipsburg, New Jersey...
Genealogy Series at Morningside Library
Patti Kirk, a Port St. Lucie historian and genealogist, will present her Genealogy Series in June at the Morningside Branch Library in Port St. Lucie, Florida...
Oweesta Announces Three Certified Native CDFIs
First Nations Oweesta Corporation , the Longmont, Colorado- and Rapid City, South Dakota-based company that works to develop native assets at a local level, recently announced thre...
Schaghticoke Tribal Nation Seeks to Regain Rightful Status
Gale Courey Toensing
A superior court judge has ordered a non-Indian man to leave the Schaghticoke Tribal Nation reservation in northwest Connecticut, where he has cut down dozens of trees and has dama...
Chickasaw Nation Head Start Students Graduate
To celebrate their graduation Sulphur Chickasaw Nation Head Start students sang songs for family and friends. Chickasaw Nation Governor Bill Anoatubby and Lt...
‘Tribal Force’ Comic Series Set for Return, Perhaps
Tribal Force , a comic book series about a team of Native superheroes that ran for a single issue in 1996, may be ready for its second issue, according to a story in the Navajo Tim...
Searching for Common History
Indigenous peoples and nation-states have different social and cultural ground rules that often present varying interpretations of history and contemporary relations...
First Nations to U.N. Forum: Prior and Informed Consent, Not Just Consultation
Canada and the U.S. may have signed on with the United Nations Declaration on the Rights of Indigenous Peoples back in November and December, respectively...
United No More: Minority Journalists Alliance Breaks Down
A major alliance of minority journalists, including members of the Native American Journalists Association (NAJA), has ruptured after almost two decades of collaboration...
Talking With Miss Indian World Marjorie Tahbone
Crowned Miss Indian World 2011-12 at the Gathering of Nations in Albuquerque, New Mexico, Marjorie Tahbone, 22, (Inupiaq/Kiowa, she is half Inupiaq on her mother’s side and half Ki...
Memorial Day at Grand Ronde
Tribe adding 27 names to West Valley Veterans’ Memorial On Monday, May 30, the Grand Ronde Tribe will honor the names of 27 veterans as they add them to the West Valley Veterans’ M...
American Indian Programs Target Bullying
Back in the fall, Kathleen Atene’s 5-year-old daughter was eagerly anticipating her first day of kindergarten—she’d get to ride the big yellow bus and go to the school her older si...
Oneida Tribe of Wisconsin Members Form Memorial Day Color Guard
Gale Courey Toensing
A group of veterans from the Oneida Tribe of Wisconsin traveled to Washington this weekend to participate in the annual National Memorial Day Observance to honor America’s fallen m...
Markham Ice Shelf, Adrift
Recent reports of melting Arctic ice have grabbed headlines...
Utes to Hold Event Honoring All Vets
Reprinted with permissions from The Durango Herald . They have their own national anthem and are their own sovereign nation...
Ward Churchill Case Heads to Colorado Supreme Court
Ward Churchill Embattled former University of Colorado (CU) professor Ward Churchill’s civil rights case will be reviewed by the Colorado Supreme Court...
American Indian College Fund Honors Donors in New York City
David Kennedy, founder of Wieden+Kennedy, was honored and received an honorary blanket from AICF President Richard Williams...
Urban Native Girl Does Pendleton Panache
In 1809, Pendleton Woolen Mills in Pendleton, Oregon, began mass-producing Indian trading blankets...
Silver Medal: Iroquois Lacrosse Falls to Canada in WILC Championship Game
The Iroquois National Indoor Lacrosse team's run at the World Indoor Lacrosse Championships in Prague ended today with a 13-6 loss to Canada in the finals...
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