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Designing for Life: Johnpaul Jones
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Former Lawman Studies Sand Creek Massacre
This is the building that will house the Sand Creek Massacre National Historic Site Research and Visitor Center in Eads, Colorado...
Colorado Commission of Indian Affairs Fills Key Native Position
A former head of the Colorado Commission of Indian Affairs (CCIA) has been restored to that position, replacing Carol Harvey, Dine’/Hispanic, who left the position in mid-November ...
Mom Turned Author Creates Aboriginal Children’s Character
Faced with two sons learning to read and no dual-language books at her disposal, Emilie Corbiere took matters into her own hands...
The Year in Sports: Part II
It’s been an incredible year for sports in Indian Country, with American Indian and indigenous athletes wowing spectators all across the globe, from the baseball diamonds of New Yo...
Senate Democrats Support GOP Keystone XL Pipeline Strategy, Obama's Hand Forced
Updated December 17 -- WASHINGTON – Enough Democrats in the U.S...
Comet Lovejoy Lives Through Sun Death Plunge
It plunged into the sun, and survived...
In Reversal of Promised Veto, Obama Expected to Sign Military Detention Bill
Gale Courey Toensing
President Obama is expected to sign a military defense bill perhaps as early as today, Friday, December 16, which gives him and future presidents unprecedented power to seize Ameri...
Discussing the Wording of REDD at COP17
Stepping away from the daily events of COP17 in Durban, South Africa on December 4, Victoria Tauli-Corpuz, executive director of the Indigenous Peoples’ International Centre for Po...
The American Café Sizzles With Surprise and Mayhem
Lisa Gale Garrigues
Mystery and Mayhem in Small-Town Oklahoma When Sadie Walela decides to pursue her lifelong dream of owning a cafe, she doesn't realize that she's about to jump headlong into a sizz...
Canadian Education Initiative Meant to Increase Understanding
During the 2010-2011 school year 11 schools took part in a pilot program for the Treaty Education Initiative...
Ending the War in Iraq
President Barack Obama on December 14 said the two words that many military families have been waiting to hear since the War in Iraq began – “Welcome home.” Obama at a speech in fr...
Fort William First Nation Settles 160-Year-Old Land Claim With Canada
After 160 years, the land claim between Fort William First Nation, just outside Thunder Bay, and the Ontario and Canadian governments has been settled...
Federal Tribal Consultation Policy Developments
WASHINGTON – The U.S. Department of Justice is seeking public comments on a draft tribal consultation policy by December 31...
Tip of the Hat, Wag of the Finger for Time’s ‘Person of the Year’
Gale Courey Toensing
The Los Angeles Times called it a “cop out.” The Huffington Post said it was “ so appropriate .” Frontpage described it as “dishonest and delusional.” The buzz is around Time Magaz...
Census Finds Less Than a Half-Million Native American Language Speakers
According to a December 14th Associated Press story, Navajo is the most spoken Native American language with 169,000 speakers...
Bureau of Land Management Fills Key Positions in Arizona and New Mexico Offices
Two key leadership positions for the Bureau of Land Management have been filled with long-term career professionals according to an announcement made December 12 by the BLM...
Quebec Algonquins Planning Canada's Biggest Land Claim Ever
A group of Algonquin Indian bands are putting the finishing touches on a land claim for 250,000 square miles over western Quebec and part of eastern Ontario that would be the bigge...
Holistic Healing: Addressing the Need for ‘Culturally Competent’ Dementia Assessment and Care
When health staff use aboriginal language to speak to First Nations persons with dementia, the family caregiver generally notices a difference in the patient’s demeanor...
Pow Wow Weekend Planner
What are your weekend plans? Here at Indian Country Today Media Network, we like a little pow wow action in our weekends...
Winter Workout: Enjoy Traditional Native Snow Sports
Blankets of pristine white powder glittering in the sun are an invitation to play—to walk in snowshoes, sled downhill and toss carved wooden sticks in a friendly game of snow snake...
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