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Jude Schimmel Is Taking the Reins
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Turning Stone Recycles Hygience Products
Alaska Pols: Recognize Native Languages
Burial Mounds Threatened By Quarry
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Senecas Establish Native Plant Policy
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Keystone XL and Protecting Mother Earth
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‘Utes’ Nickname Supported
Who Is the Next Miss Indian World 2014?
From Free to ‘Indigenous' Existence
Métis Legal Victory in Canada
Tarzan Brown, Boston Marathon Legend
Carlisle Indian School Farmhouse Saved
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Wabanaki Dancers Get Quebecois on Their Feet
MONTREAL—As aboriginals brought their culture to the center of Montreal, side exhibits and events were scattered throughout the city...
Intertribal Youth Trip to Northern California
From July 20 to 24 the Intertribal Youth organization held a Northern California Education Adventure that took the group from Berkeley, to the Klamath River, to the Hoopa Reservati...
Native Hawaiian Fights to Protect a Burial Cave From Development
Keoni Kealoha Alvarez , of Hawaii is fighting to stop a development project from bulldozing a Native Hawaiian burial cave he and his brothers discovered when he was only 8 years ol...
The Museum of the Indian in Rio de Janeiro
The huge, densely forested region that the Portuguese claimed and named Brazil around 1500 once had an indigenous population of millions...
Montreal Fest Launches Weekend Fun
MONTREAL—If Montreal First Peoples’ Festival organizer André Dudemaine had wanted the event to attract attention to aboriginal culture, simply the spectacle of a sun-drenched plaza...
University Students Excavate Native American Historic Site
The Vore Buffalo Jump is "one of the most important archaeological sites of the late-prehistoric Plains Indians," according to VoreBuffaloJump.org ...
Navajo Aquifer Concerns May Prove True
For years, Native opponents of a massive strip mine on Black Mesa in northern Arizona have said longstanding extractive practices of Peabody Energy Corp...
Starwood's Wild Horse Spa Honors, Preserves Native Culture
Ginger Sunbird Martin knows a bit about responsibility and pressure: As the Starwood chain’s first Native American cultural concierge, her job each day for the past six years has b...
American Indian NBC Employee Suing for Harassment
Faruq “Peter” Wells, an American Indian who worked at NBC studios on Today , The Dr...
Colorado Endorses Native Education
More than 100 members and supporters of Colorado’s Native American community gathered August 2 at the State Capitol for an education-themed reception hosted by Lt. Gov...
Justice’s Wave of Action in Indian Country
WASHINGTON – Forget about the Interior Department...
Ho-Chunk Gaming Remodels Spirit Bar, Debuts Blackjack Lager
Ho-Chunk Gaming's 24-hour gaming house—open 365 days a year for play on slot machines, bingo, blackjack and more—has now completed renovations on its Spirit Bar at Ho-Chunk Gaming ...
Day One of Spiritual Run for Sobriety Slows Traffic
Three young ladies prepare to pass the Eagle Staff to the next runner...
Chatting with Lacrosse Star Tawnie Johnson of the Haudenosaunee Nation
Tawnie Johnson would have welcomed the opportunity to suit up for the Haudenosaunee Nation at the world girls' under-19 field lacrosse tournament...
Wampanoag Powwow and Nickommo
The Algonquian Confederacy of the Quinnipiac Tribal Council (ACQTC) has 2,500 members. Over 1,000 members reside in Quebec and Nova Scotia, Canada...
United National Indian Tribal Youth, Inc. (UNITY) Seeks Chief Executive Officer.
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Jewelry and Regalia Demonstrate the Power of Ornamentation
Wearing striking bone breastplates, and with their fringed shawls draped over their arms, jewelry makers and elders Germaine Tremmel and Bird Mountain enter the powwow circle...
Miccosukee Tribe Forced to Disclose Financial Records to IRS
Miami-based Miccosukee Resort & Gaming (AP image) The Internal Revenue Service (IRS) is collecting the Miccosukee Tribe of Indian's financial records from Morgan Stanley, Citib...
American Indian Studies Department Cuts Ties with RED INK
RED INK , a student-run Native American publication at the University of Arizona is reeling after the school’s American Indian Studies Department said it would no longer associate ...
Montreal First Peoples’ Festival Takes Flight
MONTREAL—The Montreal First Peoples' Festival began with an evening of murmured poetry and short films at the Grande Bibliothèque as the setup for the festivities geared up in Mont...
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