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'Indigenous With Stacey Thunder' Is Here
Mohawk Family Loses Everything in Fire
Film About Cherokee Freedmen
Ellsbury to be Inducted Into OSU HOF
Sundance: Pine Ridge Film Wins Praise
New AFN Chief Meets With Prime Minister
PBPN Mourns Passing of Gary Mitchell
Can Youth Be Paid to Hit the Gym?
New Executive Director Moves Back Home
Police Identify Suspects Who Threw Beer
Killing Wolves to Save Caribou
Isolated Awa in Brazil Forced Out
10 Images to Remember Bear River
ACA Offers Mental Health for Natives
Indigenous Plant Could Be Beneficial
FEMA Helps Rain-Soaked Soboba Luiseño
Nature Conservancy Awards Sealaska $500K
NCAIED President Is in Washington, D.C.
Alleged Party Leads to Conversation
State of Indian Nations Addressed Issues
Thing About Skins
Film ‘West of Thunder’ Highlights Revenge, Peace, and Raises Money for New School
“West of Thunder,” which debuts today, January 20, is a tale of revenge versus peace and what happens when a man moves into a Pine Ridge Reservation border town nine years after th...
Affirmative Action I: The Rise of White Rights
Everybody knows the general attack on affirmative action in higher education...
Pipeline Rupture Spills 55,000 Gallons of Oil Into Yellowstone River
Crews are battling ice and freezing temperatures as they clean up a 50,000-gallon oil spill from a ruptured pipeline into the Yellowstone River in Montana...
Is This Drawing a Self-Portrait of Crazy Horse?
More than a century after he died, the Lakota warrior Crazy Horse, who famously fought Lieutenant Colonel Custer in the Battle of Little Bighorn, is thought of as transcendent forc...
Cowlitz Tribe Reclaims Land That Was Once Theirs
In late December of last year, I braved slogging rain, soggy ground, and dropping temperatures to join a sizable crowd of my fellow Cowlitz people and their supporters as we gather...
Cold War Waste Disposal Stalled Around U.S. as WIPP Reopening Delayed by Months
As the Department of Energy challenges the fines levied against it by New Mexico, new revelations are coming to light on safety lapses and a delay in reopening the Waste Isolation ...
Oklahoma Tribe Opens First Business Since HEARTH Act Enacted
A little more than a year after Secretary Sally Jewell traveled to central Oklahoma to announce regulations to promote self-determination and economic development through tribal tr...
Grand Canyon National Park Celebrates Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. Day
Grand Canyon National Park is free to the public today in honor and commemoration of civil rights leader and American icon Dr. Martin Luther King Jr...
What Is 'Black Indian' Music? Listen to the NDN Soul Funk of the Groovalottos
The Groovalottos are a three-man band based in Mashpee, Massachusetts, who play a brand of music they call "NDN Soul Funk" which reflects the band members' ethnic identities...
Wilmer Mesteth, Oglala Lakota Spiritual Leader, Walks On
The passing of Oglala Lakota spiritual leader Wilmer Mesteth, born in 1957, at midnight on Friday, January 16 came as a surprise to the Oglala Lakota nation...
Indian Tax Exemption: What You Need to Know
The claim that Indians do not generally have to pay federal taxes is a load of hooey, but few of us have not heard it...
A Message from the Crow Nation: ‘Jesus Christ Is Lord’
In an act of sovereignty overriding the United State’s First Amendment prohibiting “the making of any law respecting an establishment of religion,” the Crow tribal government spons...
People Belong to the Land; Land Doesn’t Belong to the People
The United Nations Declaration on the Rights of Indigenous Peoples (UNDRIP) does not recognize the right of indigenous nations to own land outside the laws and rules of national go...
Red Lake Tribal Council to do Hemp Feasibility Study
Although the subject was not on the printed agenda for the Red Lake Tribal Council at the monthly meeting on Tuesday, January 13, 2015, recent acts by the federal government regard...
The Week That Was: The Big Stories in Indian Country, January 18, 2015
It's our recap of the stories that mattered most in Indian country: LET US PRAY: It took a 12-person jury in Wetumpka, Alabama, less than 45 minutes to decide that Wayland Gray, a ...
Tribal Council Approves Administrative Appeals Board Appointment
Cherokee Nation Release
The Cherokee Nation Tribal Council appointed Nathan Barnard, of Tulsa, to the administrative appeals board during Monday night’s Tribal Council meeting...
Road to Iditarod: Rural Native Mushers Dwindling Because of Funding
To Alaska Native peoples, the sled dog is as much a part of the culture as the canoe is to indigenous peoples of the Northwest Coast...
Buffalo Tiger, Miccosukee Tribe’s First Chairman, Walks On
William Buffalo Tiger, the first tribal chairman of the Miccosukee Tribe of Indians of Florida, passed away on January 6, 2015...
Indigenous Peruvian Woman Wins Battle Against Multinational Mining Company
On December 17, an indigenous Peruvian woman and her family, after suffering violent beatings and threats, won a lawsuit filed against her by a multinational mining corporation tha...
4 More Beautiful Native Pageant Darlings to Watch in 2015, Part 2
Once they are crowned, Native pow wow princesses take a stand on personal issues that matter to their young adult lives and carry with them the message and pride of their respectiv...
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