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Cherokee Heritage Center’s Resurgence Pays Tribute to Jerome Tiger
The Cherokee Heritage Center in Park Hill, Oklahoma recently welcomed a new resident: a bronze stickball player, engaged in this early version of lacrosse, standing nearly 12 feet ...
Grannies with Gumption: Standing up to Corporate Giants in Canada and Ecuador
Maria Aguinda, Ecuadorean Quechua who spearheaded fight against Chevron. Chevron didn’t stand a chance before the ire of indigenous villager Maria Aguinda...
Indigenous Cultures and Nation States
Indigenous peoples and nation states do not share many fundamental concepts about government, land and economy...
Wünüt Novi: New Youth Media Arts Works to Bridge Youth Gap
When 23-year-old local tribal member Greg Bryan Jr. went missing in 2009, many members of the Paiute community were shaken...
Women Use the Trees and Should Manage the Forests—Experts
Gathering food and firewood, women the world over are the main users of forest resources, international forestry experts say. But they seldom get to manage these areas...
Chippewa Eagle Federal Credit Union Will Help Tribal Members Take Care of Finances
A new Mount Pleasant, Michigan-based credit union will serve the 7,800 members and employees of the Saginaw Chippewa Indian Tribe , reported the Morning Sun ...
Native American Tourism Showcased at ITB Berlin 2011
A delegation from seven tribes is heading to Germany this week as part of the American Indian Alaska Native Tourism Association ’s (AIANTA) international plan to promote tourism in...
Mohawk Council of Akwesasne Extends Condolences on Passing of Chief Ralph Akiwenzie
Chief Ralph Akiwenzi, 64, died March 4 due to pancreatic cancer...
All Hawaii Students Get Free College Test Preparation
Hawaii Rep. Mark K...
Partnership Builds Outdoor Basketball Court on the La Jolla Reservation
Nike N7, the LA84 Foundation (LA84) and the La Jolla Band of Luiseño Indians announced today that together, they dedicated a newly built outdoor basketball court on the La Jolla Re...
Racetrack Revival: The Chickasaw Nation Turned an Oklahoma City Racetrack and Casino into an Entertainment Haven
While the racing industry struggles across most of the U.S., Oklahoma City-based Remington Park's success under Global Gaming Solutions is gaining notice, Constantin Rieger, the ex...
Red Man Films Goes Continental
Filmmaker Dan Jones vividly remembers his first movie experience. He was only four or five years old at the time...
17th Annual American Indian Business & Leadership National Conference
What: AIBL 2011, the 17th Annual American Indian Business & Leadership National Conference is structured as three days of business information, training, and competitions deliv...
'Fast Food' Indian Nation
Dale Carson For energy and sustenance, the Cree in Canada used to eat pemmican, a jerky made by working animal fats back into preserved meat...
Ryan Red Corn Explains "Smiling Indians"
Ryan Red Corn (Osage) and his accomplice, the filmmaker Sterlin Harjo (Seminole/Creek), had a simple idea: A short film showing Indians who are smiling...
Fuel Truck Spill Cleaned Up But Hatchery Damage Unknown
No sooner had the Hoh started seeing benefits from their 2.5-mile extension of the Chalaat Creek salmon run than a tractor-trailer took a tumble and dumped 4,300 gallons of diesel ...
Tribal Consultation to Support Indian Education
DENVER—The first of several planned urban Indian/ U.S...
Morongo Casino Gets 4 Green Keys Rating
Morongo Casino, Resort & Spa has received a “4 Green Keys” rating through the Green Key Eco-Rating Program, "a graduated rating system designed to recognize hotels, motels and ...
B.C. Métis Sign Historic MOU to Improve Welfare of At-risk Children
Family services may soon be improving for Métis in British Columbia after the aboriginal group signed a historic memorandum of understanding to develop Métis-led “holistic, cultura...
Santa Ynez Band of Chumash Indians Show Happiness with Leaders
The Santa Ynez Band of Chumash Indians recently held its tribal elections, and for the seventh election in a row, Vincent Armenta was re-elected to the role of tribal chairman...
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