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California Native American Day Packed
Challenging Colonialism in Albuquerque
SCIA Hears Nine Bills, Passes Two
Bullwinkle Brawl or Moose Insurance
Simermeyer in Line for NIGC Appointment
SC Denies Return of Jim Thorpe's Remains
Celebrating Columbus II: Love of Larceny
$20B: US Support for American Indians
View From the Back of the Colonial Bus
21 Athletes Inducted to Hall of Fame
Bloody Roots of California's Vineyards
One Issue Ahead of Canada’s Election
Oneida Nation Offers Updated Technology
2 Miles: US Mexico Border Balloon Fence?
Indigenous Peoples Day in Portland
Tanya Fiddler to Run Native CDFI Network
Celebrating Columbus I: The Myths
Strikeforce Brings Aid to Rural Indians
Pope Francis and Indigenous Peoples
Gyasi Ross: OFFICIAL VIDEO 'Miss Lady'
Thing About Skins
Elections 2012: Why Are Treaty Obligations ‘Discretionary’ Spending?
Nearly every politician, Democrat, Republican or independent, says that treaties made with American Indian tribes are solemn and sacred obligations...
Cowichan Tribe Member Richard Peter Wins Gold at Paralympic Games
Richard Peter is going out on top. Peter, who turned 40 on Sept. 10, has reaffirmed his intentions to stop playing on the international wheelchair basketball scene...
Elections 2012: Deeply Destructive Budget Wasn’t Intended to Be Implemented
Sequester is a funny word. As a noun it means a general cut in government spending. As a verb it means to hide away...
Educator Spotlight: Donna L. Akers
Donna L. Akers, is an enrolled member of the Choctaw Nation of Oklahoma and an associate professor of history and ethnic studies at the University of Nebraska-Lincoln ...
Elections 2012: Reinventing The Candidate May Be Republicans' Last Hope
In the 1972 classic film, The Candidate , Robert Redford’s character is told he is free to say anything he wants during the coming campaign...
Dr. Nicole Stern Assumes New Role as AAIP President With Focus on Reversing Obesity, Encouraging Native Youth To Pursue Medical Careers
Mankato Symphony to Play Concert to Mourn Dakota War and Hangings
On December 26, 1862, 38 Dakota men were hanged in Mankato, Minnesota, in the largest mass execution in American history...
After Rocky Return From Injury, Yankee Joba Chamberlain Is Back on Track
After suffering a severe ankle injury while playing with his young son during the offseason, Yankees relief pitcher Joba Chamberlain , Winnebago, returned August 1 amid uncertainty...
Indigenous Resilience: Pacific Rim Nations Offer Innovative Adaptations to Climate Change
For some time, a welter of scientific data has indicated that climate changes would be dramatic and include extreme weather events...
Dale Carson Discusses the Fall-Ripening, Orange-Colored, Tomato-Shaped Fruit Persimmon
Persimmons are the edible yellow-orange to red-orange fruit of several species of trees...
Chickasaw Nation Lawyer, Judge Walks On at 59
Jess Green Jess Green, an attorney and citizen of the Chickasaw Nation , who dedicated his life to advocating for Native American people lost his battle with neuroendocrine carcino...
Appellate Court Rules Tohono O’odham Nation Has Right to Take West Valley Land Into Trust
On September 11, the U.S...
The Week That Was: The Big Stories in Indian Country
It was a week of international and political turmoil, with news coming out of Libya and Egypt as well as Indian country...
Chinle Summer Science Academy Melds Navajo and NASA Astronomical Knowledge
Melba A. Martin, Ed. D.
Melba Martin, solar system ambassador to the Navajo Nation from NASA's Jet Propulsion Laboratory, spent part of the summer watching students in Chinle, Arizona, soak up knowledge a...
Video Spotlight: U.S-Dakota War of 1862
To commemorate the 150th anniversary of the U.S.-Dakota War of 1862 , this video includes interviews with Dan Spock, director of the Minnesota Historical Society, Ian Lilligren, a ...
Notes From a Single Mom: Divorce and Remarriage Blends Families and Produces 'Bonus Siblings'
A bigger family without the stretch marks I grew up with three sisters and one brother. A typical-sized family back when Catholics ruled the world of procreation...
JOBS: Pinoleville Pomo Nation Seeks Housing Coordinator/Planner, Environmental Planner, Transportation Assistant
The Pinoleville Pomo Nation Located in Ukiah, California Is Currently Hiring for the Following Positions: Housing Coordinator/Planner Environmental Planner Transportation Assistant...
Paul Frank Industries Will Take Major Steps to Reconcile With Native Americans
Over the past six days, bloggers Jessica Metcalfe (of Beyond Buckskin ) and Adrienne K (of Native Appropriations ) have led the protest against a racially-insensitive party thrown ...
First Nations' Bear-Hunt Ban Pits Aboriginals Against British Columbia Government
Ten First Nations from British Columbia’s coast have formed a coalition and banned trophy bear hunting in the Great Bear Rainforest, though the province does not seem inclined to e...
Marvin Oliver Designs Print Commemorating Canoe Journey Milestone
Noted artist Marvin Oliver, Quinault/Isleta Pueblo, has designed a print, “100 Canoes,” to commemorate the participation of 100 canoes in the 2012 Canoe Journey/Paddle to Squaxin...
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