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The Constitution: Dead or Alive?
The Week That Was: February 14, 2016
Food Fight! GOP Debate
Lloyd Kiva New’s 100th Birthday & Legacy
Video: In Memory of Raymond Hummingbird
USDA Allocates Nearly $6 Million
Don't Fall For 'Wound-A-Kneeism'
Red Lake High: 'Dream Team of the Week'
10 Funny Native-Style Valentine’s Gifts
Food Oppression: Mic Features Sioux Chef
Home Sweet New Home
Judgment Returns Remains to Tribe
Skins: No Dem. Deserves Our Vote (Yet)
Saved DiCaprio in The Revenant: RedCloud
February 14 MMIW Marches in Canada
Video: What Is the Heirloom Seed Program
To Change Congress: Rethink the Money
Koshare Dancers Guilty of Appropriation
Small Business to Insure, Protect Tribes
Holy Shih Tzu! Bernie Flies Coach
Thing About Skins
Canadian Ranger Donald Anguyoak Walks On During Military Exercise
He was a hockey coach, a hunter and a father. He’s also the first member of the Canada’s Arctic reserve unit to walk on while on duty since 2005. Cpl...
Personnel Security Consultants Holds Children’s Art Contest for Child Abuse Awareness in Indian Country
For a third year in a row, Personnel Security Consultants, Inc...
A Hope For Indigenous Solidarity in Americas
On February 7, the United South and Eastern Tribes (USET), passed a resolution as 26 federally recognized tribes stood in peaceful solidarity and spoke out in the interest of prese...
At the Grammys With Radmilla Cody
Mary Kim Titla
Los Angeles—Just hours prior to the Grammys Pre-Telecast earlier this month, Radmilla Cody, a Navajo recording artist and Grammy nominee, tied her mother’s hair into a traditional ...
UNC at Chapel Hill Pow Wow Honors Death of Young Native Student
A memorial in honor of a young student who was found dead in her apartment last year will most likely dominate the festivities of the Carolina Indian Circle Powwow, March 23, to be...
Animal Welfare Groups Sue to Protect Wolves in Three States
Tired of seeing wolves make a comeback off the endangered list only to be hunted, several groups, including the Humane Society of the United States, have sued the U.S...
Boxer Comanche Boy Fights Valiantly, but Suffers First Pro Defeat
George Tahdooahnippah knew it was coming. The 34-year-old middleweight, who is nicknamed Comanche Boy, entered the professional boxing ranks back in 2004...
Rex Begaye: A Navajo Artist Bringing Indian Country to Sarasota
Diné artist Rex Begaye has a vision. It speaks of the universal connection of Mother Earth, Father Sky and man...
Western Diné Justice Center Begins New Era in Navajo Safety
The Western Diné Justice Center opened its doors on February 17 as Navajo Nation President Ben Shelly referred to the center as a new era for Navajo Public Safety...
Video: Old-Time Hockey: Native NHL Player Cody McCormick Drops the Gloves
Despite missing the start of the delayed 2012-2013 NHL season because of an injured hand, gritty Buffalo Sabres centerman Cody McCormick, Oneida/Chippewa/Ojibway, showed that he wa...
Chief Theresa Spence, Attawapiskat and International Indian Treaty Council File Urgent Action Request with U.N. Human Rights Body
Gale Courey Toensing
The legal fight against Canada’s omnibus Bill C-45 and its environmentally focused companion, Bill C-38, has gone international, with an appeal to the United Nations Office of the ...
Two Books Add Perspective to Current Debates Over Indian Country's Future
This morning President Barack Obama will make yet another pitch, calling on Congress to stop the sequester with a balanced approach. Of course nothing will happen today...
California Legislator Seeks Tribal Input on Sacred Sites Protection Bill
This October, not far from Bishop, California five petroglyphs sacred to tribes in the area including the Paiute, Shoshone and Mono were stolen by vandals using chainsaws and ladde...
D.C. News Anchor Jim Vance on the 'Vulgar' Redskins Name: 'The Name Sucks. We Need to Get Rid of It.'
Jim Vance, the evening news anchor of NBC 4 WRC in Washington D.C., has been a longtime and vocal opponent of that city's NFL club using Redskins as its name...
Woman Pleads Guilty to Murder of Eastern Band of Cherokee Indians Toddler
On February 18, a North Carolina woman confessed to killing a 15-month-old girl, Aubrey Littlejohn, a member of the Eastern Band of Cherokee Indians, reported the Associated Press ...
Samantha Crain's Innovative Video for 'Never Going Back'
Samantha Crain, Choctaw, releases her third studio album, Kid Face, today, and the video for the first single, "Never Going Back," recently premiered online to rave reviews from Sp...
Fundraiser for Women Walking Length of Mississippi River
Two Ojibwe women are planning to walk the entire length of the Mississippi River to draw attention to the plight of Mother Earth’s water...
One Healer's Story Started With Healing Himself Through Drumming and Singing
Navajo Native Tony Redhouse doesn’t look his age, and for several decades he didn’t act it either...
Tens of Thousands Rally in D.C. and Elsewhere Against Climate Change, Keystone XL
As many as 36,000 to 40,000 people bore down upon Washington on Sunday February 17 to demand stronger governmental action on climate change and to call for rejection of the Keyston...
River Phoenix Plays Indian in Never-Seen Film 'Dark Blood'
Twenty years after his death, River Phoenix is hitting the screen one last time in Dark Blood, an unfinished film in which he plays a Hopi Indian...
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