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Ramapough Decry 'Hate Crime' on Film
Texas School Board to Vote on ‘Redskins'
Apache Stokes his Entrepreneurial Fires
Katsinam Lawyer: 'Enough Is Enough!"
Threats Against Natives Revealed
Notah Begay III: Leading by Example
A Tweet About Indian Mascots Went Viral
NMAI Profile: Brian Patterson
Second Sonic Sign: Drain the Firewater
Northern Arapahos May Give Expectant Mot
Collectively Managing Allotment Lands
Columbia River Treaty Nears Finish
Disenrollment Demands Serious Attention
Director Josh Cole on 'Alive' Video
Staten Island and Ancient Solar Power
Not Everyone Watched Football on Sunday
History Tree Displays Native Ornaments
First Hearing of Task Force on Violence
First Nations Attend Mandela Service
Improving Health Coverage With Education
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May 18 Events
Indigenous Craft Fair From 9 a.m. to 7 p.m. Located at Chuch Center, 777 UN Plaza, corner of 44 th St. and 1 st Ave., New York, N.Y...
Laguna Student Sets Indian Country Scholarship Record
Dr. Dean Chavers
Isaiah Rodriguez (Laguna) had no idea he was about to do anything monumental when he visited the offices of Catching the Dream (CTD) in Albuquerque, New Mexico in January 2008...
Polarizing Presidential Election in Peru Has Implications for Indigenous
Peru’s economy has been thriving for the past decade, with growth reaching an estimated nine percent last year...
EPA Wants Duwamish Cleanup Plan Comment by May 28
Neal Chism, a sailor from West Seattle, has traveled down the Duwamish River about 90 times during the past 2-1/2 years, picking up debris along its banks, the Seattle Times report...
This juxtaposed vision of the Milky Way against Tenerife's El Teide mountain is really from a Saharan sandstorm, photographer Terje Sorgjerd says on his Vimeo page...
Soaring Spirit: Flying Eagle Woman Fund to Award Women Leaders in Indigenous Peace and Development
For important contributions on behalf of indigenous communities throughout the world, the Ingrid Washinawatok El-Issa Flying Eagle Woman Fund (FEWF) is honoring three distinguished...
Foxwoods Bartenders Vote in Favor of Union
Bartenders and other beverage department workers at Foxwoods Resort Casino voted May 16 to affiliate with a Westport, Connecticut-based union, reported the Norwich Bulletin ...
Coushatta Tribe of Louisiana Launches New Website
The Coushatta Tribe of Louisiana has taken a proactive approach at educating tribal members, surrounding communities and others throughout Louisiana with the launch of its new trib...
‘Fastest Lummi,’ ‘Idol’ are Features of 65th Stommish
The Lummi Stommish Water Festival, in Lummi, Washington, a three-day festival that celebrates the Lummi Indian Nation’s veterans, is June 10 –12...
40th Annual Standford Powwow
Thousands of people came together in the Eucalyptus Grove on Mother's Day weekend May 6-8 as the American Indian community celebrated Stanford Powwow .
From Boarding School to Halls of Fame
Wilton “Willie” Littlechild Years ago, a small boy in a Canadian residential school hid beneath his bed with a flashlight, reading, dreaming about hockey, and creating the building...
Swinomish Begins Construction of Hotel, Gas Station
The late Chester Cayou Sr., a longtime advocate of economic development on the Swinomish reservation, would be pleased...
Ban Ki-moon Addresses Permanent Forum on Indigenous Issues
Ban Ki-moon made the following remarks to open United Nations Permanent Forum on Indigenous Issues, May 16...
Elouise Cobell Recovering from Cancer Surgery
Elouise Cobell Elouise Cobell, a member of the Blackfeet Nation and the lead plaintiff in the class-action lawsuit Cobell v. Salazar , is recovering from cancer surgery...
Statement of the Global Indigenous Peoples’ Caucus to UNPFII-10
The following statement was delivered to the United Nations Permanent Forum on Indigenous Issues Tenth Session by Ghazali Ohorella, from Maluku, between the Philippines and Austral...
Teenage Tulalip Director Wins Best Emerging Filmmaker award
“History is Unwritten,” a short film by Tulalip filmmaker Aaron Jones, is striking in its beauty and elegant simplicity...
Inupiaq/Kiowa Marjorie Tahbone new Miss Indian World
The Fairbanks Daily News-Miner reported that 22-year old Marjorie Tahbone, Inupiaq/Kiowa, was named the 2011 Miss Indian World at the Gathering of Naitons in Albuquerque, New Mexic...
A Kiowa Coach and the Greatest Professional Indian Athlete in the World
Two words most people would never put together are Kiowa and soccer...
May 17 Events
Launching of IWGIA’s Yearbook The Indigenous World 2011/El Mundo Indigena 2011 Organized by IWGIA From 1:15 – 2:45 p.m...
Boarding School Issues Tackled
A who’s who of boarding school scholars was convened in the university town of Boulder, Colorado to plan future steps for Native people affected by U.S...
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