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Poetics & Politics 2011: Lakota Professor Dr. Franci Washburn
Dr. Franci Washburn , Lakota, spoke March 2, 2011 as part of the University of Arizona's Poetics & Politics 2011 series ...
Anthropology Student Draws Parallels Between Murdered Women in Canada, Mexico
Canada is increasingly being forced to pay attention to the murder and disappearance of hundreds of aboriginal women over the past several years, cases that stand apart because the...
Historic Document Opposing Kinzua Dam Returned to Seneca Nation
Gale Courey Toensing
It’s browned, tattered around the edges with a few tears and a tape mark in the middle, but the 55-year-old document was welcomed with gratitude by the Seneca Nation of Indians ...
Blue Stone Group Helps Tribes
Gale Courey Toensing
The first thing Jamie Fullmer wants to clarify is that the Blue Stone Strategy Group is not a financial advisor...
T. Boone Pickens to Speak at NAFOA's Spring Finance Conference
The former oil tycoon, clean energy advocate and New York Times best-selling author T...
Native Youth Business Training Idea Wins $5,000
“1,000 Ideas. 20 Finalists. 5 Winners.” That’s what the Launch Pad website declares on its homepage...
Artist Inspired by Saga of Geronimo’s Bones
As the art world gathered in New York City for the prestigious Armory Show , uninvited guests—many living, and one dead but perhaps not at peace—prepared to crash the party...
Truth and Reconciliation Commission Northern Hearings Begin Today
Canada’s Truth and Reconciliation Commission (TRC) starts its tour of the north today, arriving in the community of Inukjuak, in northern Quebec, to gather testimony from former st...
Quileute Officials Lobby D.C. for Safety Improvements
Quileute Nation officials say the transfer of traditional lands now held by the U.S...
Chevron Appeals Ecuador Ruling
Turkish Officials to Promote Business Relationships with Indian Tribes at RES
The first foreign delegates will participate at this year's Reservation Economic Summit and American Indian Business? Trade Fair held March 14-17 in Las Vegas...
Diversity Business 11th Annual National Business Conference
Winning companies of the 2011 edition of the Div500, DiversityBusiness.com's list of the nation’s most successful privately-held businesses, will be honored at a special awards cer...
400 Miles and Counting on Trail of Tears Journey
The Mississippi River was the last of three major river crossings on the Trail of Tears. The Cherokees paid toll ferry operators to get themselves and their wagons across...
Sisters in Circle Take on Women's Issues on the Navajo Reservation
Women in Shiprock, New Mexico are rallying together to confront domestic violence, sexual assault and women's health concerns on the Navajo reservation , reported The Daily Times ...
Nixyaawii Golden Eagles Win District Crown
The Nixyaawii Golden Eagles once again lived up to their name...
Saskatchewan First Nations Sign Employment MOU with Canadian Government
Getting young aboriginals into the workforce is a prime goal of First Nations leaders, and on March 11 that agenda was moved forward when officials from the Federation of Saskatche...
What Have You Done For You Lately?
The driving force behind recent gains in American Indian and Native Alaskan economic prosperity is not funding from state and federal programs but rather self-determination and sov...
AZ Grants Grand Canyon–area Permits to Uranium Mining Co.
Even as the U.S...
Aboriginal Teen Named Model Global Citizen
Elicia Withers, 16, is the youngest of eight British Columbians chosen as a model global citizen by the B.C...
Seneca Nation and County Hold Historic Meeting
Cattaraugus County in New York state has been in existence for 203 years and it’s believed that there has never been a meeting between county legislatures and members of Seneca Nat...
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