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Sustenance Fishing in Anacostia River
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There's an (Inuktitut) App for That
Canada’s first Inuktitut app has been launched...
Winnipeg Aboriginal Film Festival Showcases CBC's 8th Fire and Dozens of Others
Is it possible to move forward after 500 years of strained relationships often shot through with antipathy?...
A Tribally Owned and Operated Hunting Magazine Aims to Reconnect Past to Present
If optimism and hard work are the determining criteria for success, some dedicated Chippewa Cree members from the Rocky Boy Indian Reservation in Montana may just make things work ...
University of California, Davis Occupy Demonstrators Pepper Sprayed
According to an Associated Press article , an investigation has been launched by the University of California, Davis into an incident that was caught on video of an officer using p...
Harold Bloom Questions Mitt Romney and Mormonism
A recent article in the Salt Lake City, Utah’s Deseret News , draws attention to Yale professor Harold Bloom’s thoughts about presidential candidate Mitt Romney and the beliefs of ...
Wildfires Contained Near Reno, Nevada
The state of Nevada declared a state of emergency due to wildfire that, as of Saturday morning, had claimed one life and damaged 25 homes near Reno...
Scenes from the Premiere of <em>The Twilight Saga: Breaking Dawn, Part 1</em>
Gala Honors Native American Youth
Fourteen Native American youth stood, some shy, some outgoing, to receive the handshakes and hugs of a proud community, including some 500 attendees of the 8 th Annual American Ind...
2011 Indigenous Day of Remembrance
On October 9, the fourth Indigenous Day of Remembrance was celebrated by many...
Chlamydia Rates Reach Nationwide High
Chlamydia cases reached an all-time nationwide high in 2010 with 1.3 million cases of the sexually transmitted disease reported to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (C...
The Cheroenhaka (Nottoway) Indian Tribe Holding Corn Harvest Powwow and Fall Festival School Day
“Ten years ago, The Cheroenhaka (Nottoway) Indian tribe held their first powwow at the Southside Virginia Community College, Christanna Campus in Alberta, Virginia...
Report Links Extreme Weather to Climate Change
USA Today has obtained a draft of a report by the Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change (IPCC) that confirms with data what many people have been come to believe based on anecd...
Harper Reacts to Keystone XL Postponement; Obama Admin Defends It
Canadian Prime Minister Stephen Harper expressed disappointment at the U.S.’s decision to postpone a decision on the Keystone XL pipeline, even as TransCanada studied alternate rou...
St. Lawrence University Gets Fort de la Présentation Records
A copy of the Records of Fort de la Présentation (1740-1759) will be available in St. Lawrence University’s Owen D. Young Library...
Two-Years for James Arthur Ray, Is It Enough?
James Arthur Ray, the self-help guru who led a sweat lodge ceremony at the tune of $10,000 per participant in October of 2009 that claimed three lives and hospitalized 18 was sente...
Internet Gaming’s Impact on Tribes to be Closely Studied
Gale Courey Toensing
After hearing the concerns of tribal leaders and Indian gaming experts, the chairman of the Senate Committee on Indian Affairs promised to take a long, hard look at all aspects of ...
Limited Edition Pendelton Vans to be Released at 58th Annual Chicago Powwow
As the 58th Annual Chicago Powwow kicks off on November 19 at the American Indian Center of Chicago, one of the many colorful sights that will be seen is the release of Limited Edi...
Seneca President and Council Announce Reconciliation, Council Chairmanship Remains Unclear
Gale Courey Toensing
The Seneca Nation president and council appear to have resolved an internal power struggle that threatened to paralyze the government’s functioning...
Expanded New York-New England Gaming Inevitable to Bolster State Revenues
Gale Courey Toensing
Mitchell Etess, chief executive officer of the Mohegan Tribal Gaming Authority, told gaming executives and analysits at the New England Gaming Summit that expanded gaming in the no...
North America’s Oldest White Bison Dies
Yvnvssv Hetke, the oldest white bison in North American, walked on last month...
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