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Milky Way Hovers Over Navajo Sacred Site
Cherokee Honor Veterans
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Congress’ Gift for Rio Tinto Mining
'Scalp Out Cancer' Is Now 'Shave'
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Native Youth Restore River Habitat
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North West Diamonds, North Korea Demands
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2014’s Not to Be Forgotten Stories
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Thing About Skins
Cherokee Nation Businesses Placed CEO on Administrative Leave
The Cherokee Nation Businesses (CNB) board voted unanimously on March 2 to put its CEO David Stewart on administrative leave for 30 days, effective immediately, reported the Cherok...
Humanity’s Earliest Ancestor Is an Ancient Worm?
Scientists say they’ve discovered mankind’s oldest ancestor — Pikaia gracilens ...
National Aboriginal Achievement Foundation Renamed Indspire; Leader Receives Diamond Jubilee Award
The National Aboriginal Achievement Foundation (NAAF) has been renamed to reflect its new motto, “Indigenous education, Canada’s future,” the group announced just after its leader,...
$13,500 to Kill Sacred White Buffalo in Texas—Can This Be True?
American Indians across the internet are flocking to the website of Texas Hunt Lodge today—and not because they're planning a hunting trip...
Mental Health Experts Disagree in Navajo Man’s Appeals Case
A Navajo man who pleaded guilty to one count of abusive sexual contact unsuccessfully contested a post-release order that required him to enter a residential program even though tw...
NAFOA Housing Panel Aims to 'Raise the Roof'
The panel session “Raising the Roof: a Discussion of Indian Housing” at the Native American Finance Officers Association (NAFOA)’s 30th anniversary conference in New Orleans on Mar...
Lewis-Clark State College Celebrates Native American Awareness Week
Today marks the beginning of the 25th Native American Awareness Week at Lewis-Clark State College, in Lewiston, Idaho...
17th Annual Benefit Pow Wow at University of Texas at Arlington Honors Veterans
We're always delighted by student run and organized pow wows...
NAFOA Looks to Next 30 Years
The Native American Finance Officers Association (NAFOA)’s 30th anniversary conference in New Orleans on March 20 and 21 will seek to present a complete overview of American Indian...
Genealogy for You Seminar
The eighth annual Genealogy for You Seminar will be held March 10 at the Bob Herzfeld Memorial Library from 9 a.m. to 3:30 p.m...
Can UNDRIP Be Enforced?
It was four and a half years ago—September 13, 2007 to be precise—that the U.N...
Wilfred Scott Devotes His Life to Navy, Tribe, and Native Culture
LAPWAI, Idaho – Some people just seem destined to serve. Wilfred “Scotty” Scott is one of those...
Bill John Baker, Policy-Maker: An Interview With the New Cherokee Principal Chief
Cherokee Nation Principal Chief Bill John Baker’s campaign for chief against three-term Principal Chief Chad Smith made national news, with the months-long campaign marred by recou...
JOB: American Indian College Fund Seeks Development Officer
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New Mexico’s Hyatt Regency Tamaya Offers American Indian Experience
The state of New Mexico turns 100 this year, yet this vast land of mountains and desert has been the home to American Indians for thousands of years...
Thousands of Athletes and Spectators Head to Yukon Territory for Arctic Winter Games
About 4,000 people are expected to arrive in Whitehorse early next month for the Arctic Winter Games (AWG)...
INDIANS ALREADY HAVE A WHOLE BUNCH OF "SACRED" THINGS: We'll Just Call Basketball "Really Important"
This time of the year is special in the eyes of many Skins. No, it’s not because of the Shamrock Shakes at McDonald's for St...
Plastic Sushi in the North Pacific Gyre
Debris from Japan isn't the only thing swirling around the Pacific. There's also a lot of plastic, and not necessarily in the form you'd expect...
Counting in Ojibwe
The preservation of Native American languages has taken on many forms, YouTube videos seem to be a lasting way for people to get lessons out to the general public...
The American Indian Empowerment Act – a ‘Radical’ Tribal Land Plan
The American Indian Empowerment Act is going nowhere in Congress, but its sponsor, Rep...
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