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Quileute Sue Over 'Twilight' Merch
Sherpas Scuttle Everest Climbing Season
Tribe Wins $500K Telemedicine Grant
Student Creates Lego Wampum Belt
Cladoosby Calls Out John Kerry
Cliven Bundy: Racist, Recent and Wrong?
Chefs Raise Hoop Dancer Funds for France
Billy Mills Is Still Golden
CRYP Launches Wowapi Teen Book Club
Hawaiian Sovereignty Moves Forward
Public Meetings Coming up on Navajo Mine
Good, Bad, Ugly: Culture as Commodity
Tribal Tourism Summit Educates Nevada
Dan Snyder Is All Three Worst People
'Rabbit-Proof Fence' Author Walks On
Haskell University Battles Cutbacks
Native Death Rate 50% Higher Than Whites
Convoluted U.S. ‘Logic’ About Shoshone
Jewell Keynote Speaker at Tribal Summit
Free Download: 'Music Saved Me'
Thing About Skins
Gangs Are an Epidemic in Indian Country—But They Can Be Stopped
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Request For Bids 11-12-44: The Owens Valley Career Development Center
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September 11 Significant to Utah Native Americans
It takes courage for a little, white, Mormon girl to knock on the door of a Native American family’s house. Especially when she barely knows them...
Gander, Newfoundland, Helped Stranded 9/11 Travelers
Canada’s connections with 9/11 are strong, and Prime Minister Stephen Harper will be on hand in New York City to attend the ceremony and opening of the memorial at Ground Zero, acc...
The Jingle Dress Dance Competition At the Cherokee National Holiday
The Cherokee National Holiday , held this past weekend in Tahlequah, Oklahoma , had something for everyone...
American Indians Learn Native Hawaiian Ancient Healing Practices on Oahu Retreat
Jo'Lin Kalimapau offers the ocean a blessing with tea leaf, ho'okupu (gift to the ocean)...
Johnson Reflects on 9/11 10 Years Later
In this release U.S. Senator Tim Johnson (D-SD) reflects on 9/11 on the 10 th anniversary of the attacks...
Saturday Night Videos: Spotlight on Native Roots
It feels like a good night for a reggae party, doesn't it?...
A Day of Delight at the 6th Annual Oka Kapassa Native American Festival
Oka Kapassa Return to the Coldwater festival is a special American Indian gathering held in Spring Park, in Tuscumbia, Alabama...
The Genus of Tears: A Mohawk Ironworker's Widow Remembers 9/11
In the days and months immediately following the terrorist attacks of September 11, 2001 the country was awash in tears of astonishment and horror...
Corn is a Metaphor For Native Education
A recent YouTube post from the Institute of American Indian Art (IAIA) purports that corn is a metaphor for work done by IAIA...
Murkowski Raises Awareness of Fetal Alcohol Syndrome to Senate Colleagues
Senator Lisa Murkowski has introduced and passed a resolution commemorating September 9 as International Fetal Alcohol Spectrum Disorders (FASD) Awareness Day...
Blood Tribe Members Set Up Anti-fracking Blockade
The women of the Blood Tribe who have set up a blockade against fracking operations that are about to begin on their traditional lands in Alberta, Canada, speak about their motivat...
Travel Spotlight on the Yavapai Nation's Fort McDowell
Octogenarian Clinton Pattea has vivid memories of his childhood growing up on 25,000 acres of Arizona desert that rose to meet 7,000-foot-tall mountain peaks in Yavapai Nation coun...
Coastal B.C. First Nations Easily Withstand 6.4-Magnitude Quake
First Nations communities on Vancouver Island were reporting little to no damage after a 6.4 magnitude earthquake struck offshore on Friday...
Alberta's Oil Sands Come to Brooklyn
On one side of the frame is ethereal autumn forest. As your eye travels toward the top of the photo, a stark line...
Native American Tribe Defends Fighting Sioux Logo
The controversy between the NCAA , the University of North Dakota (UND) and two Sioux tribes in the state continues—even after most thought the retirement of the Fighting Sioux nic...
Murkowski Responds to President Obama’s Employment Speech
Alaska Sen. Lisa Murkowski fielded questions shortly after President Barack Obama’s speech regarding employment and jobs in the United States on September 8...
Fort McDowell Yavapai Nation Hosts American Indian Tourism Conference
The 13th annual American Indian Tourism Conference (AITC) is will go from Sept 11-14 at the Radisson Fort McDowell Resort, located near Fountain Hills, Arizona...
More Arrests Made in 2009 American Indian Beatings
On September 7 documents were filed in district court in Grants, New Mexico for the arrest of five men for an attack in June 2009 on Native Americans...
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