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Department of Labor Awards $30 Million to YouthBuild Programs to Prepare Young People for Jobs
Secretary of Labor Hilda L. Solis The United States Department of Labor recently awarded $30.6 million to its YouthBuild programs...
U.N. Focuses on Cities for World Water Day 2011
With 884 million, or one in eight people, lacking access to safe drinking water and 2.6 billion without toilets, the United Nations marked World Water Day with a call to attend to ...
Tribes Among Biggest Campaign Contributors
The number one donor in the last U.S. presidential election cycle wasn’t a health-care lobbyist, a tobacco company or a tech giant...
Millionaire Challenges Mohegan Sun on his $1.2M Gambling Debt
Jerry Powers, Plum TV CEO (Photo courtesy of Rex USA) A Florida-based millionaire is accused of walking out on his $1.2 million gambling debt at the Uncasville, Connecticut-based M...
Cal State University Newspaper: Racist?
When the Union Weekly , Cal State University, Long Beach’s weekly newspaper, came out March 14, it didn’t take long for readers to notice one of the articles in the publication...
Akwesasne Warriors Close to Federal Hockey League Championship
Thanks to a pair of weekend road wins, the Akwesasne Warriors can capture the inaugural Federal Hockey League championship on home ice...
Seneca Offers Land, Tax Advantages, Expertise to Verizon
Gale Courey Toensing
Seneca Nation President Robert Porter ALLEGANY TERRITORY, Salamanca, NY – The Seneca Nation of Indians has offered Verizon an alternative to locating a new data center in tax-inten...
Echo Hawk Defends Obama’s Budget Cuts
The Department of the Interior ’s Assistant Secretary for Indian Affairs Larry Echo Hawk finds himself in the awkward position of defending the Obama administration’s decision to d...
Baffin Island Maps Its Sea Ice
Arctic sea ice is as much a partner in daily Inuit life as the people themselves, and now a new online, interactive atlas is charting the permutations of that ice, accompanied by e...
Marybelle Chase Honored With Cherokee Nation Gadugi Award
Marybelle Chase was recently given the Gadugi Award in recognition of her academic contributions to the Cherokee Nation...
The Wandering Bull Charges After Pow Wows
Donna Laurent Caruso
The Wandering Bull , which sells craft materials and regalia (with an emphasis on Eastern Woodlands regalia), started with a card table set up at pow wows in 1969...
Iroquois Lacrosse Arena a Community Success Story
Six Nations has its own field of dreams...
Census Measures Business Growth in Indian Country
WASHINGTON – Despite widespread reports of struggling reservation economies, business has been rapidly increasing in certain parts of Indian country, according to new U.S...
The Mitsitam Cafe Cookbook Honored at Gourmand World Cookbook Awards
“ The Mitsitam Café Cookbook ” by executive chef Richard Hetzler (Fulcrum) took second place in the “Best Local” category at the Gourmand World Cookbook Awards in Paris on March 3...
President of Meyer Contracting Wins National Native American Woman Owned Business Award
Kathy Meyer Kathy Meyer (White Earth Ojibwe) recently accepted the National Native American Woman Owned Business Award for Maple Grove, Minnesota-based Meyer Contracting, Inc...
LaPlante Named Secretary of Tribal Relations by Gov. Daugaard
Leroy “J.R.” LaPlante, a member of the Cheyenne River Sioux Tribe , was recently appointed by South Dakota Governor Dennis Daugaard as the Secretary of Tribal Relations ...
JOB: THE UNIVERSITY OF SOUTH DAKOTA Department of Native Studies Assistant Professor
The Native Studies Department at the University of South Dakota invites applicants for assistant professor of linguistics with a Lakota language teaching and learning focus...
The famous mushers and their dogs featured in the Iditarod race are known the world over, but it's just a reflection of the relationship that has existed between man and beast for ...
Canada's Boreal Forest
The Pew Environment Group, a U.S...
Report Finds Canada's Boreal Forest Key to World's Survival
Canada may hold the key to the world’s survival, steward as it is of the world’s largest intact forest, which contains more unfrozen water than any other ecosystem, a major U.S...
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