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Indian Nations Speech Ignored Reality
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Nuu-chah-nulth Treasure Returned to Home Territory in B.C.
It was a breathtaking moment for Mowachaht-Muchalaht First Nation member Margarita James...
Indian Country Writer Wins Human Rights Award
Indian Country Today Media Network’s own Vincent Schilling spent some time in the spotlight recently...
Oglalas Win Full Early Voting—for 2012
Past and future national elections cast shadows over a Native American voting-rights lawsuit argued in Rapid City, South Dakota, on March 8...
Dale Carson: Grow Your Own Herb Garden
Spring is finally here—the time for renewal and new life! In Abenaki it is Zigwan , meaning the months of March, April and May...
Proud to Bead Abenaki: A Conversation With Abenaki Beadworker Rhonda Besaw
Donna Laurent Caruso
Just in case you can’t get to the Abbe Museum in Bar Harbor, Maine to see “Twisted Paths: Contemporary W’Abanaki Art Informed by Tradition,” before its end in May, Indian Country T...
More Than Frybread Mockumentary Going Rez to Rez
American Indians take their frybread seriously -- could it also be a laughing matter?...
Earthquake Started in Indigenous Regions of Mexico
The epicenter of the 7.4 magnitude earthquake that rumbled through Mexico on March 20 was in the heavily indigenous regions of Oaxaca and Guerrero...
Intellectualizing the Pow Wow: Academic Tome Tells All
Indigenous Dance and Dancing Indian: Contested Representation in the Global Era (University Press of Colorado, 2012), by Matthew Krystal, is an über-academic tome that only a schol...
Ethereal Aurora Hovers Over Northern Quebec: Photos
Reading History in Regalia: Three Stories of History and Culture Through Pow Wows
Donna Laurent Caruso
You can see many different types of regalia when you go to New England pow wows...
Native Languages Bill Takes Another Step Forward
Native American language teaching won a victory March 21 when a bill that would help to preserve tribal languages sailed through an education committee of the Colorado House of Rep...
Marchers Reached Ecuador Capitol on World Water Day
Demonstrators who marched for two weeks from the province of Zamora Chinchipe in southern Ecuador reached Quito, the country’s capital, on March 22, where they were joined by thous...
The Cherokee Crusader: Casey Cooper Transformed a Community’s Healthcare
When award-winning hospital administrator Casey Cooper first assumed his role as chief executive officer of Cherokee Indian Hospital , it was an impoverished Indian Health Service ...
Redskins? How About Whiteskins?
In the image above, you are seeing the helmet and attendant logo of the Whiteskins, a fictional team based on the Washington Redskins...
Sold-Out Conference Draws 1,400-Plus Aboriginal Youth
Martial arts, interactions with elders, community violence and substance abuse topped the youthful aboriginal agenda at a recent conference that drew sellout crowds...
Jimmy Buffett Granted Gambling License by Nevada
CBS News and the AP r eport that Nevada gambling regulators have made it possible for famous singer/songwriter Jimmy Buffett to share in the gaming revenues from his Margaritaville...
Indian Country Loses Author, Professor and Vet
Robert Hall was born in Green Bay, Wisconsin and grew up with three generations of Stockbridge-Munsee women, so it’s no surprise he became known by his colleagues at the University...
Port Gamble S’Klallam Get Federal Approval for Foster Care
“In the best interests of the child…” You will not see this phrase in the language of the first tribal foster care and guardianship program to be eligible for federal payments unde...
Long Plain First Nation Celebrates $21 Million Loss-of-Use Settlement
Long Plain First Nation has settled its 141-year-old loss-of-use claim with the Canadian government for $21.3 million, tying off the loose ends of its 1994 land-claim settlement...
Buffalo Harvest Sparks Dialogue at Colorado College
Indigenous foods were served for the three-day Buffalo Harvest ceremony at Fort Lewis College, where Buffalo Council students hope to institute a self-sustaining food operation as ...
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