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Federal Government Reverses Land Deal with Shoshone-Paiute Tribes
The federal government has retracted its decision to transfer land to the Shoshone-Paiute Tribes, thwarting its off-reservation economic development plans to draw money to the isol...
Indigenous Affirmative Action
A primary goal of the human rights movement is to ensure equality for all persons and citizens of nation states...
Native American Storyteller
Choogie Kingfisher, a Kituwah-Cherokee storyteller, tells a group of listeners the story of "The Creator" on the Cherokee Reservation in Cherokee, North Carolina July 29, 2011...
Indigenous Peoples’ Rights Undermined According to Amnesty International
Indigenous Peoples continue to live in hardship and danger according to this video interview with an Amnesty International Director...
Cherokee Nation Businesses Gets its Largest Federal Contract Ever
The Department of Defense has granted Cherokee Nation Businesses (CNB) more than $40 million over the next two years to provide logistics, services and support for military hardwar...
Métis Lend Support to Chile’s Besieged Rapa Nui Nation
Conflict between the Rapa Nui Nation, on what is known as Easter Island, and the Chilean government has escalated over the past year, and earlier this month Métis leader Clement Ch...
Puyallup Youth Performs Well in Junior Olympics
Julien Dillon didn’t bring home a first place award but he did well at the most prestigious track and field event in the country and he returned with memories that will last a life...
Casino Del Sol Resort, Spa & Conference Center Coming to Pascua Yaqui Reservation
You’ve got to see this place to believe it...
Taku River Tlingit First Nation
The Taku River Tlingit First Nation has inhabited much of northwestern British Columbia, and parts of Alaska and the Northwest Territories for thousands of years...
Taku River Tlingit First Nation Balances Stewardship with Development in Historic Deal with B.C.
A sign requesting respect welcomes visitors to Taku River Tlingit First Nation in British Columbia, Canada...
Saturday Night Videos: 20 of Our Favorite Artists
Here are 20 editor and fan favorite artists to entertain you on a lazy August weekend...
Fighting Sioux Nickname One Step Closer To Being Retired
University of North Dakota and NCAA officials met yesterday over the status of the Fighting Sioux nickname...
James Anaya on Protecting Indigenous Culture and Life
In this video, United Nations Rapporteur on the Rights of Indigenous Peoples, James Anaya discusses the cultures of the indigenous people and being threatened and ways to help prot...
New England Gaming Summit to Focus on Expanded Gaming
Expanded gaming in Massachusetts and neighboring states will take the forefront at the second annual New England Gaming Summit , which will be held at Foxwoods Resort Casino Novemb...
The 8th Annual Commemoration of Pueblo Independence Day
On August 10, 1680, the Pueblo Indians, with help from the Apache and Navajo tribes, launched a successful rebellion against Spanish colonization called the Pueblo Revolt...
National Park Service Plans to Return Bones to Oglala Sioux
The Rapid City Journal reports that the National Park Service is prepared to return prehistoric bones found in Badlands National Park unless another tribe claims them before Septem...
Oklahoma Choctaw Nation Lends Assistance to State Substance Abuse Program
Patti Jo King
The Choctaw Nation of Oklahoma is banking on the success of a hallmark state-run substance abuse program in an effort to help support families in crisis by providing financial assi...
Cities of Gold Casino Must Rehire its Injured Manager
The New Mexico Court of Appeals ordered that the Santa Fe-based Cities of Gold Casino , owned by the Pueblo of Pojoaque, must rehire an injured manager it fired shortly after he re...
Mentoring Strategies and Tactics for Minority Students
Blood Quantum Influences Native American Identity
BBC News writer Paul Adams delves into the complicated story of blood quantum, which he says was first introduced in colonial Virginia in the 18th century...
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