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First Hearing of Task Force on Violence
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Improving Health Coverage With Education
MHA Nation Outraged at CFPB
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Indigenous Advocate Shutdown in Ecuador
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East Division Wins National Lacrosse League’s All-Star Game
The stars were indeed shining brightly in Verona on Sunday afternoon. But they just weren't hitting anybody or playing much defense...
Oneida CEO Meets With Hollywood Studios
The movie mogul of Madison County?...
Some Refuse to Tagalong: Girl Scout Cookies Include Palm Oil
Many kinds of Girl Scout cookies contain palm oil, which is the leading cause of deforestation in Southeast Asia, and thus causes the displacement and exploitation of indigenous po...
Spilling the Beans
Dale Carson The vines of beans climb the corn stalks, and the squash plants hold moisture in the ground...
Aboriginal Business Hall of Fame Inductees Shine
A maverick chief who does not tolerate “Indian time.” A philanthropist CEO who has started eight nonprofit organizations...
Federal Funds for Coconino and Havasupai Broadband
The Associated Press reported February 24 that Coconino Community College, in Arizona, would receive a $300,000 grant from the U.S...
Beetle Decimating Environment in North America
Debra Utacia Krol
The emerald ash borer is surprisingly beautiful, as beetles go...
San Francisco Peaks
The San Francisco Peaks near Flagstaff, Arizona, are sacred to numerous tribes...
The Yakama Nation is attempting to repopulate the 1.2-million acre reservation with antelopes imported from Nevada...
Amazon Gold Rush Laying Waste to Peruvian Rainforest’s Madre de Dios
Up to 10,000 miners are working illegally in a 60-square-mile area in Guacamayo to extract gold from the Peruvian Amazon region known as Madre de Dios, and it is ruining the once p...
B.C.’s Aboriginal Addicts, Among Highest Overdose Deaths, Find Safe Haven at InSite
With aboriginals more likely to die of drug overdose and be infected with HIV-AIDs, a center in Vancouver that allows them to inject in a safe environment aims to reduce the number...
Student Athletes Leave Bahamas to Play Ball in Montana
Crow Agency, Mont...
Red Power - Native American Movement
This video—posted and created by Minami Ogawa on February 24—highlights the Red Power movement to seek civil rights...
The Arctic ice may be melting, but you wouldn't know it from looking at these chunks of frozen water that still grace the top of the world.
Valerie Taliman’s 2010 Series on Missing and Murdered Women
Hundreds of aboriginal women have been reported missing or murdered across Canada over the past 20 years...
Canadian Government Invests C$2 Million to Combat Violence Against Aboriginal Women
With the unsolved murders and disappearances of hundreds of aboriginal women languishing in cold-case files across Canada, the federal government is giving C$2 million to the Nativ...
Coushatta Casino Resort
The Coushatta Tribe of Louisana was officially recognized by the Federal government in 1973. They established their current home, north of Elton, Louisana, in 1975...
Navajo Preparatory School Gets Gold for Going Green
The Betty Ojaye Student Center at Navajo Preparatory School was recently the first building in San Juan County to achieve a certification for green building, according to The Daily...
Tribes in ND Want to Improve Tourism Operations
The Bismarck Tribune reports that North Dakota tribes are working together in an effort to expand their tourism operations on their reservations, and now some within their communit...
Inmate Population in Indian Country Jails Increased 1.9 Percent in 2009
The numbers were in a little on the high side as the Justice Department’s Bureau of Justice Statistics announced the inmate population in Indian country jails increased 1.9 percent...
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