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Three Feathers Casino Verdict a Victory
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Cabazon Gives $10K to Red Cross
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Taino Identity Beyond Columbus
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A Renaissance of Native Culinary Ways
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Native-Language Christmas Carols
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Jewell Discusses Native Education in NM
Tom Laughlin of 'Billy Jack' Dead at 82
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The 5 Must-See Native Films of 2013
Temporary Ban on Horse Slaughter Removed
Hundreds of Ancestors to Return Home
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700 Miles Along the Trail of Tears
The days surrounding my walk through Springfield, Missouri were filled with socializing and surprises. At the Marshfield gathering, we finally met a few e-mail friends in person...
Natives Occupy California Burial Ground to Stave Off Bulldozers
Native Americans occupying a burial ground facing development by the Greater Vallejo Recreation District (GVRD) are inviting the public to an Indigenous Peoples Earth Day and Inter...
Native American Rights Fund Supports Native Tuition Bill
Ancient Aboriginal Masks, Returned to their Owners’ Descendants
The vibrant masks, dating back generations, are as living a presence as the people dancing in them...
Chickasaw Cultural Center Reveals New, Earth-Inspired Interior Design
Tom Hoch’s work at Chickasaw Cultural Center The Chickasaw Cultural Center in Sulphur, Oklahoma, recently revealed its new custom-designed, earth-inspired wood motif interior...
Sculptor Allan Houser
Internationally renowned modernist sculptor Allan Houser (1914-1994) is being honored with an exhibition at the Denver Botanic Gardens that runs from May 1 through November 13, 201...
Vermont Tribes Receive State Recognition
Vermont Gov. Peter Shumlin today signed bills granting state recognition to the Elnu Abenaki and the Nulhegan Band of the Coosuk Abenaki Nation...
From ‘Crying Indian’ to International Mother Earth Day
When Iron Eyes Cody, the Italian-cum-Native who first brought Americans' attention to the problem of litter, shed that single tear after being hit with garbage, he could not know t...
Maka Indian chief Without a Male Heir
On April 19, indigenous people throughout Brazil, Paraguay and Venezuela, gathered to celebrate American Indigenous International Day...
NSU’s Yellow Ribbon Program renewed by VA for Second Year
Since the introduction of the Post-9/11 GI Bill many colleges around the country have incorporated programs to assist United States military veterans achieve academic success...
Connecticut GOP Leaders Apologize for Offensive Gaff
Gale Courey Toensing
Connecticut Republicans are nothing if not polite so it didn’t take them long to apologize for an offensive racist-tinted gaff once they realized it was offensive and racist-tinted...
Sisseton-Wahpeton Oyate Tribal Leaders Share Concerns
The Sisseton-Wahpeton Oyate tribal leaders were able to voice their concerns on many issues April 20 as they met with Senator John Thune, R-S.D., in Agency Village, South Dakota...
Kahnawake Weekly Finalist for Top Journalism Prize
The Kahnawake weekly newspaper The Eastern Door is going up against heavy hitters Radio-Canada, the CBC, the Calgary Herald and the Vancouver Sun for one of the most prestigious pr...
Small Artifact, Big Find for Color Country Bureau of Land Management
A clay vessel recently recovered by a Bureau of Land Management staff member and students from the youth recovery program is believed to be of Fremont Indian heritage...
Gulf Tribes Still Struggling a Year After Oil Spill
The 20,000 American Indians who live along Louisiana’s Gulf Coast, descendents of the region’s earliest inhabitants, have proven their mettle again and again when faced with extrem...
Murkowski Bashes Anti-Native Contracting Bill
WASHINGTON – Sen. Lisa Murkowsi , R-Alaska, is once again showing that she is not shy to defend a popular Alaska Native and tribal contracting program...
HUD Offers New Tribal Grants
WASHINGTON – The U.S...
Sculpture by Allan Houser on Display in Denver
Allan Houser, Chiricahua Apache Tribe, Warm Springs Band, was a prominent Native sculptor born to parents who had been held as prisoners of war by the U.S. for 27 years...
NCAA Won’t Let State Law Shield U. Of North Dakota
Dale Wetzel of the Bismarck Tribune reports that the NCAA will not allow a new North Dakota state law to keep the University of North Dakota (UND) from being penalized for continui...
Native Science Speaker Series Presents James Rattling Leaf Sr.
The Native Science Speaker Series —sponsored by the University of Oklahoma’s Diversity in Geosciences Project and the American Indian Cultural Center & Museum (AICCM)—concludes...
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