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Idle No More Support: Ojibwe Woman Embarks on 1,400-mile Journey to D.C.
David P. Ball
When Mishkomekinaak Ikwe learned about the Idle No More movement exploding across Canada, and Attawapiskat First Nation chief Theresa Spence's hunger strike – now on its 21st day –...
The Ultimate Job Interview: The Casino Del Sol All-Star Football Game
On January 11, 2013, an estimated 100 of the best college football seniors in the country will go head-to-head in a nationally televised job interview at Kino Stadium in Tucson, Ar...
The Week That Was: The Big Stories in Indian Country, December 30, 2012
It's our weekly roundup of noteworthy stories from Indian country: • THE MOVEMENT GOES ON: Idle No More protests continued in Canada, where Natives have been holding demonstrations...
We Are All Related, Round Dancers Insist at Idle No More Event in Colorado
Drumbeats echoed through an upscale Denver mall as at least 300 Round-dancing and singing Indian people showed their support for the Idle No More movement among First Nations peopl...
Long-Time CERT Leader Passes
Native Soup for the Soul
It is often said the mark of a true chef, a natural in the kitchen, is a person who can create a delicious dish without following a recipe step-by-step...
2012 Retrospective: December
Take a look back at December 2012's biggest stories from the pages of our weekly magazine, This Week From Indian Country Today . Moapa Solar Farm to Power L.A...
Churchill Takes His Case to the U.S. Supreme Court
Ward Churchill, former University of Colorado (CU) professor, has rolled the dice a last time, hoping the U.S...
12th Annual New Year’s Eve Sobriety Pow Wow Honors Niles Bosin
Since 2001 Lorraine and Niles Bosin have hosted the New Year’s Eve Sobriety Pow Wow in Tulsa, Oklahoma...
Palestinians Endorse Idle No More
Gale Courey Toensing
American Indians and Palestinians have supported each other’s struggle since at least the 1970s when the American Indian Movement hosted a delegation of leaders from the Palestinia...
January Sky’s First Gift of 2013 Is Quadrantid Meteor Shower
Now that the Mayan apocalypse (so called by everyone except the Maya) has come and gone, we can once again scan the skies without trepidation...
Kinnie Starr Declares Sovereignty on New Album 'Kiss It'
David P. Ball
Kinnie Starr has become a master at mixing worlds, transcending borders and declaring sovereignty. Ever since her 1996 debut album Tidy was described by L.A...
Cherokee Preservation Foundation Names New Executive Director
The Cherokee Preservation Foundation has named Annette Saunooke Clapsaddle to succeed Susan Jenkins as its executive director, effective January 2, 2013...
New Year’s Resolutions of a Single Mom
I know what you’re thinking. Oh, sure ... New Year’s “resolutions,” wink, wink. But this time, I mean business. Forget diets, running marathons and landing that raise...
Idle No More Sees Multiple Flash Mobs and Round Dances Today
As the Idle No More movement continues to grow from Canada throughout the United States and into other countries around the world, flash mobs and Round Dances are springing up all ...
2012 Retrospective: November
Take a look back at November 2012's biggest stories from the pages of our weekly magazine, This Week From Indian Country Today ...
Keith Secola Gets Humble for the Muse
In 2011, musician Keith Secola joined the iconic ranks of Jimi Hendrix, Hank Willams, Crystal Gayle and Richie Valens in the Native American Music Hall of Fame...
New England’s Second Colonial Armed Conflict: King Philip’s War Remembered
In 1668 and 1669, Metacom or King Philip, was given the name by the English after the classical Greek conqueror “for his ambitious and haughty spirit;” and the title “King” to exag...
2012’s Biggest Indian Country Surprises
From naughty politicians to a bevy of folks playing Indian to policy predicaments and beyond, Indian country had plenty of reasons to be perplexed in 2012...
Pow Wow Weekend Planner
Still trying to make plans for New Year's Eve? Why not ring in the new year at a great powwow with incredible singing, dancing, and delicious foods?...
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