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Ramapough Decry 'Hate Crime' on Film
Texas School Board to Vote on ‘Redskins'
Apache Stokes his Entrepreneurial Fires
Katsinam Lawyer: 'Enough Is Enough!"
Threats Against Natives Revealed
Notah Begay III: Leading by Example
A Tweet About Indian Mascots Went Viral
NMAI Profile: Brian Patterson
Second Sonic Sign: Drain the Firewater
Northern Arapahos May Give Expectant Mot
Collectively Managing Allotment Lands
Columbia River Treaty Nears Finish
Disenrollment Demands Serious Attention
Director Josh Cole on 'Alive' Video
Staten Island and Ancient Solar Power
Not Everyone Watched Football on Sunday
History Tree Displays Native Ornaments
First Hearing of Task Force on Violence
First Nations Attend Mandela Service
Improving Health Coverage With Education
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Cherokee Nation Maintains High Credit Rating
A recent Fitch Ratings report revealed the Cherokee Nation has a high credit rating, practices "careful and conservative governmental financial management," can "manage any cash fl...
Tribe Diversifies with Water Park and Hotel
The ground breaking of the Saginaw Chippewa Indian Tribe's new water park and hotel in Mount Pleasant, Michigan attracted 100 people on April 4, reported MLive.com ...
Fire Destroys Ochapowace Hockey Complex
First Nation communities are rallying around the Ochapowace First Nation in Saskatchewan after the tribe lost its community center and ice rink, also a hockey hub for the region, t...
Massachusetts Tribes Unhappy With Energy Project
Gale Courey Toensing
The country’s first offshore wind-energy plant, meant to demonstrate the depth of the Obama administration’s commitment to renewable energy, may also reveal the limits of its dedic...
Financial Education for Native Students
“Education is part of the web of life. We learn from our elders…we learn from nature...
Rep. Young and Tribes Protest BIA's Tight Restrictions on Energy Development
Tribal leaders and lawmakers on April 1 discussed the need for the Bureau of Indian Affairs (BIA) to loosen its leash hindering energy development on Indian land, reported the Grea...
Bruce Power Radioactive Shipment: What Could Possibly Go Wrong? Right?
Gale Courey Toensing
After an outpouring of opposition from American Indians and Canadian First Nations , Bruce Power, Canada’s first private nuclear generating company, announced March 29 that it will...
Oregon Grape Treats Pink Eye and More
The evergreen shrub the Oregon grape, plentiful along the west coast from Canada to California, has healing powers to alleviate pink eye and other inflammatory skin diseases, ease ...
Indian Artists Auction Art Online for Japan Disaster Relief
Darryl Dean Begay, Raymond C. Yazzie, and Lyndon Tsosie look at eBay auction donations...
BIA Makes $380K from Selling Horses Siezed for Entering Crow Reservation
The Bureau of Indian Affairs sold 804 horses that trespassed onto the Crow Reservation in southern Montana and earned $380,365, reported the Billings Gazette ...
Get Your Mind Blown at Head-Smashed-In
The Blackfeet call the site Estipah-skikikini-kots ...
Sacred Tobacco: Ho-Chunk Nation Wants Military Authorities to Stop Confiscating it
Philip M. Callaghan
The following article is published with permissions from The American Legion Magazine ...
Bolivia Looks to Land Redistribution
By Sara Shahriari
When flying over Bolivia’s highlands, the flat brown plains dotted by small farms seem endless...
APTN Urges Aboriginal Kids to Design a Flag
The Aboriginal Peoples Television Network (APTN) is inviting young Canadians ages 12 to 17 to design a flag “the represents the richness and diversity of all of Canada’s Aboriginal...
Proposed Settlement Would De-List Idaho, Montana Gray Wolves
Tribes and environmentalists are still awaiting a court decision on whether gray wolves will be removed from the endangered species list in the northern Rocky Mountains...
Reopened Ponca Tannery Revives 'Brain Tanning' Craft
Elk hide (Courtesy of Ponca Tannery) The Ponca Tribe's recently reopened tannery revitalizes a centuries-old tribal craft that it hopes will serve as an economic boon, reported the...
Robbie Robertson: The Band Man Plays On
Robbie Robertson was born in 1943, which meant he was learning to play guitar when the rock-and-roll revolution changed popular music forever...
Dr. Anton Treuer is Talking The Talk, in Ojibwe
Dr. Dean Chavers
The first time I heard Dr. Anton Treuer talk, I was amazed. The next time I heard him speak, I was even more impressed...
The 'Clean 15 & Dirty Dozen' Foods List: How to Safely Consume Fruits and Vegetables
The American Cancer Society’s health guidebook Nutrition for Cancer Survivors (2010) provides tips on how to avoid pesticide ingestion...
Boise State Honors Coeur d’Alene Tribe’s 'Technology Visionary'
The Boise State University Women's Center recently honored the Coeur d’Alene Tribe’s director of information technology, Valerie Fast Horse, as one of its 2011 Women Making History...
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