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$300K Grant for Hawaiian Language
Chumash Indians Celebrate 19th Pow wow
Fighting the Plague of Diabetes
Birdsingers’ Gathering Shares Traditions
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Indigenous Peoples Take Center Stage
Recognition and Unratified Treaties
Red Lake Capitol Ahead of Schedule
Reclaiming Our Children Through Food
ATCR Cancels Museum Gig in Protest
General Welfare Exclusion Act Passes
NHL Arena Named After Gila River Indian
Columbia Indigenous Forum Coming Up
20 Signs She May Be Too Rez for You, Bro
Paris's 'Dog'; Lake Monster
Funding for Farmers
NFL Player Gave Up Career to Save Brothe
Preparation for 5K Fun Walk is Underway
Government Approach to Isolated Peoples
My 100 Miles on The Long Walk
Thing About Skins
To D.C., Via the Past
(Note to readers: I origina lly wrote this in September—prior to the Keystone XL pipeline delay—and am sharing it because the opposition is ongoing.) On a late August afternoon, I ...
JOB: Sitka Tribe seeks a manager for Education, Employment & Training Department
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Adult Student Learns Native Language
In this video posted on YouTube Ryan Decaire shows his proficiency in the Mohawk language after two years of study at Onkwawenna Kentyohkwa , an adult immersion program on the Six ...
New DOJ Position on Internet Gaming Creates Both Uncertainty and Opportunities for Tribes
Joseph H. Webster
The Justice Department's position on the legal status of Internet gaming has shifted dramatically, with major implications for Indian country...
Métis 2011: A Year of Triumphs, and Heritage Pride
As 2011 opened, the mixed-race aboriginal group, comprised of descendants of fur-trading settlers and aboriginals, had declared 2011-2020 the Decade of the Métis Nation with the id...
2011 Retrospective: September
Iqaluit’s Historic Bowhead Hunt Delivers Iqaluit, Nunavut, had its first bowhead whale hunt in a century yielded a mighty cetacean weighing 70 metric tons and measuring 14 meters t...
Happy New Year: Don’t Bother Asking for an Attorney When You’re Detained
Gale Courey Toensing
The headlines said it all...
Tulsa Genealogical Society Hosts Meeting
The Tulsa Genealogical Society January class meets Monday, January 16, at Briar Village Shopping Center, 9136 E. 31st St., in Tulsa, Oklahoma, south side of shopping center...
Grant Enables Teachers to Study Native American Literature
Sixteen teachers will study American Indian literature at Western Washington University this summer, thanks to a $122,000 grant from the National Endowment for the Humanities...
The Inuit in 2011: A Snapshot and Retrospective
This time last year the Inuit in Iqaluit, the capital of Nunavut territory, were battling the Arctic equivalent of a heat wave: Temperatures hovering around freezing were making ro...
Free Genealogy Workshops
The Morris Area Genealogy Society (MAGS) will hold free genealogy workshops Tuesday, January 3 beginning at 6:45 p.m...
Celebrating 10 Years of Scottsdale’s Native Trails
It's the 10-year anniversary celebration for Native Trails , presented by the Fort McDowell Yavapai Nation and produced by the Scottsdale Center for the Performing Arts...
The Washington Post: Indians 'Have Waited Too Long for Justice' over Redskins' Name
Columnist Courtland Malloy of The Washington Post put together a timeline of the team's onfield struggles and court battle over the team's nickname.
‘Passing Narwhal’ Photo Wins Award
With his photograph "Passing Narwhal," Ipeelee Itorcheak of Iqaluit has won the annual photography contest held by Nunavut Tunngavik Inc...
Yankton Sioux Student First in Tribe to Earn a Physics Degree
Charee Peters wasn’t expecting to break any barriers when she made the decision to change her major from theater to physics while an undergraduate student at the University of Denv...
Top U.S. Export for 2011 Was Fuel; U.S. Gas Prices at Record High
For the first time since 1949, fuel -- gasoline, diesel, and jet fuel -- was the United States' biggest export in terms of dollars, the Associated Press reports ...
DoJ’s Internet Gaming Green Light to States is 'No Big Deal for Tribes'
Gale Courey Toensing
Cash-strapped states grappling with big budget deficits may welcome a Justice Department opinion that they can offer online lotteries and gaming, but tribes greeted the news with a...
The Tucson Tragedy – Gabrielle Giffords One Year Later
Southern Arizona Congresswoman Gabrielle Giffords epitomizes the spirit of giving—seasonal and year-round—and now, one year after she was shot while conducting a Congress on Your C...
The 2011 Hall of Fame and Mantle of Shame
Suzan Shown Harjo
FAME: President Barack Obama , for making good on most of his 2008 Native American campaign promises in his first three years...
2011 Retrospective: August
Superfly Kenny Dobbs is defying the odds—and gravity—to stand as an uplifting example for Native youth everywhere...
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