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Trafficking Native Children: The Seamy Underbelly of U.S. Adoption Industry
Jeremy Simmons was heartbroken, baffled and confused. He had been living with his girlfriend, Crystal Tarbox, in Mannford, Oklahoma, when she became pregnant in August, 2012...
'Crazy Brave' Joy Harjo on Oklahoma, Life as a Dog and Learning Ocean
Poet, musician, memoirist, screenwriter, these are just a few of the hats worn by the Muskogee Creek creative force that is Joy Harjo, whose 2012 memoir Crazy Brave has just won th...
New York Times Spots Canada's Convenient Flip-Flop on Keystone XL Pipeline
Canadian officials are adamant in saying that building the Keystone XL pipeline will not in itself increase development in the bitumen-saturated sands of northern Alberta...
Champion Boxer Comanche Boy Shows Youth How to Fight for Their Health
Pro-Boxer “Comanche Boy” is leading by example out of the ring...
Feds Join Penobscot Suit Against State of Maine on Fishing Rights
Gale Courey Toensing
In an uncommon act of legal solidarity with an Indian tribe, the federal government has joined the Penobscot Indian Nation in support of its federal lawsuit against the State of Ma...
Football and Hogans: Super Bowl XLIX Will Feature Large Indian Village
Seeking to take advantage of a captive audience, all 22 tribes in the state of Arizona are expected to be represented at an American Indian Village as part of the 2015 Super Bowl X...
Tribal Journeys: Canoe Trips to Our Native Past, and Future
Television, Edward Curtis photographs and romance novel covers have collectively painted the accepted images of Native people...
'Every Tree and Plant Died': Massive Toxic Spill Guts Alberta
A toxic waste spill, the largest of its kind in North America, has destroyed a chunk of landscape in northern Alberta...
Cheyenne River Teens Learn Healthy Eating and Diabetes Prevention
Over the summer 11 Cheyenne River teenagers provided 60 hours of service during the Cheyenne River Youth Project’s first teen internship program...
The Dream of Martin Luther King Jr. & Jobs in Indian Country
Fifty years ago this week, Martin Luther King Jr...
Mike Tyson Debuts as Boxing Promoter at Oneida Nation's Turning Stone
Sheena Louise Roetman
Legendary fighter Mike Tyson returned to boxing August 23 as a promoter during a world championship doubleheader at the Oneida Indian Nation's Turning Stone Resort Casino ...
Interior Approves Kenosha Casino, Menominee Urge Gov. To Support Its 3,300-Plus Jobs
Craig Corn, chairman of the Menominee Indian Tribe of Wisconsin, released the following statement August 23 regarding the federal government’s approval of the Tribe’s application t...
To The Barricades! Echo-Hawk Says Justice for Natives at Tipping Point
With his distinctive round eyeglasses and long, gray braids, Walter Echo-Hawk looks rather more owlish than revolutionary...
The Week That Was: The Big Stories in Indian Country, August 25, 2013
It's our weekly recap of the stories that mattered most in Indian C ountry: PREZ ACKNOWLEDGES: During a town hall-style event in Binghamton, New York on August 23, President Barack...
Smallin Cave Restores Original Osage Plants; Teaches Native History
Crops like those grown by Native Americans 1,000 years ago are thriving again at Smallin Civil War Cave just south of Springfield, Missouri...
Pennsylvania Renews Mohegan Sun’s License for Three Years
The operator of the Mohegan Sun at Pocono Downs in Plains Township, Pennsylvania, fulfilled all obligations under its initial license, so the seven-member Pennsylvania Gaming Contr...
Denver Ho-Chunk Elder Ida Bear Walks On
Ida Bear, a venerated Ho-Chunk (Winnebago) elder in Denver, Colorado’s close-knit American Indian community, walked on Monday, August 19 at the age of 74, after several years of st...
Obama Includes Natives When Discussing Legacy of Discrimination in US
During a town hall-style event in Binghamton, New York on August 23, President Barack Obama addressed the legacy of discrimination in the United States according to the Associated ...
Sun Flipping Out, Magnetically Speaking
The sun is flipping out. Magnetically, that is. Every 11 years the sun’s north turns to south and vice versa. And at this very moment, it is in the process of switching...
Get the Frac Out of Here! Wisconsin River Board Denies Mining Permits
On August 22, the Lower Wisconsin Riverway Board voted 6-2 to deny a frac sand mine that is owned by Pattison Sand Co., an Iowa-based company, the right to extend 41 acres into the...
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