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Indigenous From Ecuador at Standing Rock
Albuquerque Native Arts & Balloon Fiesta
Teaching Culture at Soboba
Witnessing History: Thank You, DAPL
RES New Mexico Returns in November
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Dire Climate Impacts Go Unheeded
What Is Food? What Is a Small Loan?
AIGC Appoints Interim Executive Director
Forgiveness at Black Elk Peak
NIEA Annual Convention Coming Up
Slow, Clean, Good Food
Natives Against the Santa Fe Fiesta
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Agua Caliente Band Donates $250K to SRST
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Water Protectors Rounded Up After Prayer
Karletta Chief Receives AISES Award
Standing Rock: Who Tells the Story?
Thing About Skins
Resources for Veterans: Operation Music Aid Provides Musical Instruments to Wounded Vets
Operation Music Aid, based in Madison, Connecticut, was founded to supply guitars and keyboards to wounded military service personnel now in military hospitals for extended care...
Iditarod Winner Is Oldest in History, While Young Native Musher Finishes Strong
"Mitch Seavey scored one for the AARP-eligible crowd Tuesday night by becoming the oldest champion in Iditarod history," observed the Anchorage Daily News this morning...
RES Opens With Golf, Superb Music and Motivational Messages
Gale Courey Toensing
An evening of music by the award-winning master guitarist Gabriel Ayala and a buffet feast that included miniature beef Wellingtons and a chocolate fountain capped the first day of...
Rebecca Adamson Has a Plan for Empowering Indigenous Peoples
Gale Courey Toensing
When Rebecca Adamson was 22 years old and had just started working for the Coalition of Indian Controlled School Boards, she was sent to evaluate a school in Hammon, Oklahoma...
Photos: Remembering the First Known Pow Wow Held in a U.S. Combat Zone by Native Americans
In 2004, U.S. Army Sergeant Debra Mooney, Choctaw, and the 120th Engineer Combat Battalion staged the first pow wow held in a U.S. combat zone by Native Americans...
Health and Harmony in the Tribal Workplace: What Messages Is Your Body Language Sending?
Rolling your eyes, tilting your head, folding your arms, tapping your fingers, playing with your hair, slouching, sighing, or speaking softly or loudly, sends powerful messages to ...
African Development Bank Addresses Indigenous Issues
On February 12, the African Development Bank (ADB) hosted a forum to discuss how Indigenous Peoples’ rights and interests can be integrated into the bank’s policies and development...
Acclaimed Native American Flutist Joseph FireCrow: On a Musical Journey
When prominent Cheyenne musician Joseph FireCrow starts playing his traditional flute he closes his eyes and expresses a mix of emotions—powerful emotions, which he says are diffic...
Jubilation and Celebration as Métis Mark Massive Land Claims Court Victory
From the verdict's announcement in Ottawa, to the jubilation at the airport in Winnipeg, the Métis spent this past weekend celebrating the validation of their 143-year-old land cla...
Fewer Sharks to Land in Soup Pot, Thanks to New International Protections
Conservationists are eagerly awaiting this week’s plenary vote on shark protections at the Convention on International Trade in Endangered Species (CITES), after more than two thir...
Michelle Williams Sports Controversial Indian Look on Cover of 'AnOther Magazine'
Actress Michelle Williams, who appears in the film Oz: The Great and Powerful , is featured on the cover of the Spring/Summer issue of AnOther Magazine dressed as an Indian -- a st...
Indigenous Latin Americans Mourn the Death of Hugo Chavez
For some indigenous people of Venezuela, President Hugo Chavez was someone they could count on and love and many indigenous Latin Americans expressed those same feelings last week...
NCAIED Appoints Derrick Watchman as Chairman
Derrick Watchman, Navajo, has been elected as the new chairman of the board of directors for the National Center for American Indian Enterprise Development (NCAIED)...
Red Lake Nation College Defeats Turtle Mountain Community College, Wins Team's First Game Played
Hoopla took on a double meaning as community and school pride were in evident display as the Red Lake Nation College Migizi (Eagle) and Turtle Mountain Community College Mighty Mik...
National Geographic Takes Us Beyond Sharks to Mother Earth’s Ocean Depths
There seem to be as many sharks as spring breakers heading to beaches this season, with thousands of the marine monsters migrating past Florida this week, according to NBC News...
The Life of Angus Chavers, a Confederate POW
Dr. Dean Chavers
Most of the Lumbees who fought in the Civil War were in the Confederate Army...
Navajo Tech Archery Team Sweeps Awards in the Western Region of the U.S. Collegiate National Indoor Championships
Navajo Technical College
In its first participation in the United States Collegiate Archery Association (USCAA), the Navajo Technical College (NTC) archery team swept the award stand in the Basic Bow divis...
Urban Indians May Benefit From Colorado Law's Changes
A 37-year-old statute has dictated the relationship between Colorado’s government and the state’s Native residents, while never fully addressing the concerns of today’s growing urb...
The Risks of NGO Partnerships in Chilean Mining Towns
The presence of Barrick Gold (TSE:ABX) and other mining companies in the northern Chilean town of Copiap ó , and the subsequent demand for labor, is expected to increase the town’s...
Five Indian Country Leaders Added to Smithsonian's National Museum of the American Indian Board of Directors
On Thursday, March 7, the Smithsonian's National Museum of the American Indian announced five new members to its Board of Directors, for a three year term each...
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