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Online Dating Scam: Fraudsters Claim To Be ‘Native American’
While there is hardly agreement on the use of “Native American” or “Indian” as a generic term to describe the first peoples of Turtle Island, the multiplicity of meanings to “Nativ...
Indian Youth, Feds Celebrate Two Years of Let's Move! in Indian Country
On May 1, about 50 Southern Ute Indian students from Montessori Academy hiked steep incline trails to the ancestral Puebloan ruins on the recently designated Chimney Rock National ...
First Female Native American Graduates NMSU Army ROTC Program
This month, Emily Juchniewicz will graduate from New Mexico State University with a degree in community health, the first of her siblings to earn a bachelor's degree...
Video: Omaha Nation Shows Appreciation for Teachers
To show its appreciation for teachers, the Digital Media Class at Omaha Nation Public Schools in Macy, Nebraska put together this 10 minute video that begins by saying “Omaha Natio...
Controversial Pro-Gun Billboards Depicting Native Americans are No More
The two billboards that appeared along highways in Greeley, Colorado in April depicting three American Indians with a pro-gun message of “Turn in your arms, the government will tak...
Nelly Furtado, Tony Duncan, Rickey Medlocke, Radmilla Cody to Boost NAMA 2013
On Friday, May 10, when the Native American Music Awards are handed out in some 35 categories, the cast of leading Native musicians will be joined on stage by pop star Nelly Furtad...
Show Native Educators They're Appreciated This Week
It’s Teacher Appreciation Week, a time to celebrate educators. How can you show the special educator in your life how much you appreciate them?...
Project Aims to Transform Diabetes in Urban Aboriginal Toronto
Diabetes affects Aboriginal peoples in greater numbers compared with mainstream and multicultural Canadian populations...
Kiribati Fishermen Rescued After Month Lost in Pacific
After almost a month adrift in the Pacific, surviving on raw fish and rain water, two fishermen from Kiribati, an island nation in the central tropical Pacific Ocean, were rescued ...
Federal and Provincial Governments Lose Appeal Against First Nation Oil Sands Lawsuit
A First Nation from Alberta is hailing a court victory in its fight against expanded oil sands development near traditional territories and hunting grounds with the dismissal of a ...
Zuni Pueblo and USDA Begin 'Self Help Housing' Program for 12 Families
On May 7, 12 Zuni Pueblo families and United States Department of Agriculture Rural Development State Director Terry Brunner broke ground on the construction of the Pueblo’s first ...
Joseph FireCrow Nominated for Two NAMA Awards
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Joseph FireCrow, the renowned award winning Native American Flute Man, has been nominated for two major awards at the upcoming Native American Music Awards on May 10...
Native Gymnast From Flathead Rez Qualifies for National Championships
Kiyana Price, Lakota/Wampanoag, of Dixon, Montana has qualified for the 2013 Junior Olympic National Gymnastic Championships in Minneapolis...
Remembering Senator Daniel Inouye on Victory in Europe Day
Today, May 8, is celebrated as Victory in Europe Day ...
Gardening Gone Wild: Composting Is Sexy
It’s natural. Healthy, even. It’s a little steamy and slightly dirty. And if you do it right, it will increase fertility. Even the city kids are doing it...
Chief Illiniwek Group Pushes for Return of Mascot at Illinois Campus
The Council of Chiefs, a group made up of former University of Illinois (UI) students who had portrayed Chief Illiniwek, is pushing a plan that would return the mascot to campus...
Wounded Knee Mystery Bidders Working to Secure Land for Tribe
On May 1 the site of the Wounded Knee massacre was put on the open market by owner James Czywczynski with a price tag of $4.9 million...
Relive the Triumph of the Nishiyuu Walkers in Video
More than a month after the Nishiyuu walkers marched triumphantly into Ottawa from the northern reaches of Ontario, they are continuing to inspire...
'Iron Man 3' Villain Invokes Sand Creek Massacre
The villain in the blockbuster action flick Iron Man 3 has a list of grudges against the United States -- and one is a historical event that only periodically gets attention outsid...
Descending Drought Puts Klamath Tribes and Farmers on Brink of Water War
The Klamath Tribes possess the oldest water rights in the nation, and as the Los Angeles Times reports, these Indigenous Peoples of Oregon are about to reclaim what they have been ...
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