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The Week That Was: November 29, 2015
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Shakopee Loans $48 Million to Lower Sioux for Debt Consolidation, Casino Redevelopment
The Shakopee Mdewakanton Sioux Community (SMSC), whose reservation is located just south of the Twin Cities in Minnesota, has a reputation for helping other tribes...
'Navajo Monster': Artist Shares Diabetes-Focused Multimedia Installation Made From Granulated Sugar
Chantelle Trista Yazzie sends a powerful message and call to action in her multimedia installation "The Sugar Project: Modern Day Navajo Monster." The 19-year-old Navajo artist dep...
Do American Indians Celebrate Thanksgiving?
Dennis W. Zotigh
In thinking about my earliest memories of elementary school, I remember being asked to bring a brown paper sack to class so that it could be decorated and worn as part of the India...
Winnebago Tribe Competes for Iowa Commercial Casino
Ho-Chunk Inc. , the Winnebago Tribe's economic development corporation, has submitted a bid to build a $122.3 million commercial casino and hotel in downtown Sioux City, Iowa...
Native Cry Continues its Push for 5,000 Signatures for Suicide Prevention
Native Cry Outreach Alliance , an organization that seeks to prevent Native youth from making life-ending decisions and treat depression, is pushing for more signatures for its onl...
Health Tip for Diabetics: Vitamin D May Help Prevent Clogged Arteries
People with diabetes are prone to clogged arteries, which can lead to heart disease...
Superstorm Sandy Causes Slot Revenue to Plummet in October for Foxwoods, Mohegan Sun
Gale Courey Toensing
The Connecticut shoreline was not the only victim of Superstorm Sandy...
Colorado’s Urban Indian Listening and Learning Session Discusses Doing More First Priority
Native people relocate to Denver for various reasons—the hope of better jobs, housing, schools, lifestyle—but they often encounter barriers, none more baffling than the shyness tha...
Bristol Bay Tribes' Fight to Fend off Pebble Mine Highlighted in National Geographic
National Geographic ’s In Focus feature this week scrutinizes Bristol Bay and the proposals by a two-conglomerate outfit calling itself the Pebble Partnership to dig a two-mile-wid...
Scholarship Recipients Plan to Make a Difference in Native Communities
For those who want better medical care in their towns or on their reservations, or help for troubled families, or better schools, all these—and more—may be just down the road, when...
Revving Up a Lost Art by Making Saddles the Old Way
Not many people still make the traditional saddles from scratch; in fact, HollyAnna CougarTracks DeCoteau Pinkham doesn’t know of anyone else making saddles the old way, but that’s...
'Drink Like an Indian' and 28 Other Tasteless Thanksgiving Party Promotions
In recent days, a promotion at the Washington, DC bar McFadden's elicited outrage from American Indians...
American Indian Veterans National Memorial Dedicated at the Heard in Phoenix
For Native Americans who wear, or wore, a military uniform, the consensus feeling is that every day should be Veterans Day...
Pow Wow Dancing Paves the Way for Pueblo Indian Artist John Jaramillo
John Jaramillo, a Pueblo Indian from New Mexico, is not your traditional pow wow dancer but everything he has done in his professional career revolves around connecting people and ...
Yale Returns All Machu Picchu Artifacts to Peru
November 12 marked the end of a years-long dispute when Yale University returned the last of thousands of Machu Picchu artifacts to Peru...
NPR Exposes Loophole that Allows Dumping of Toxic Oil Residue on Wind River Reservation
National Public Radio (NPR) has unearthed documents via the federal Freedom of Information Act that show how a legal loophole enables oil companies to let oil-laden wastewater flow...
Indian Civil Rights Act Violations Alleged
A Tohono O’odham Nation member’s claim of unlawful detention, dismissed by a District Court, also got a thumbs-down from the U.S...
Family, Community Await Arrest in UNC-Chapel Hill Murder Case, Governor Increases Reward
Police aren’t saying anything about the investigation into the September 7 death of 19-year-old University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill student Faith Hedgepeth, leaving her fam...
Notes From a Single Mom: The Good Life—What's So Great About Being a Single Parent?
As we head into Thanksgiving, it’s time to reflect on all the blessings in our life. For the 10 million single moms in this country, there are at least 10 million of them...
Native American Heritage Month: Iñupiat in Barrow, Alaska, Hang on at the Top of the World
This hour-long documentary chronicles the ebbing cultural life of the Alaska Natives who live on the edge of climate change...
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