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Notes From A Single Mom: Helicopter Mom or Ripped-Off Consumer? You Decide.
I could be one of those single parents who overcompensates for not having a second parent around by jumping in and saving her daughter when the going gets tough and life appears to...
'For Advice Call 1-800-COYOTE': Native Art at the MAM
If ever there were a must-see exhibit of contemporary American Indian art, the Missoula Art Museum in Missoula, Montana, just may have it...
Pacific Islanders Hold Warrior Dance Day of Action to Highlight Climate Change Effects
“We are not drowning...
Lyrid Meteor Shower Graces Pre-Dawn Earth Day Sky
The pre-dawn hours of Earth Day this year bring the Lyrid meteor shower, during which fragments of Comet Thatcher (no relation to iconic Iron Lady Margaret Thatcher, who was laid t...
Moapa Band of Paiutes Leads Earth Day March Celebrating Solar Project
Members of the Moapa Band of Paiutes are leading the way on a 16-mile march this Earth Day weekend, their goal to “showcase the human face of Nevada’s energy transition” from coal ...
Plains Art Museum: Pop Goes Your Culture
Running until May 19 at the Plains Art Museum in Fargo, North Dakota, is the excellent exhibition Andy Warhol: Creating Myth and Icon ...
Alaska Makes Tourism in Rural Native Areas a Priority
“Alaska is making waves in the tourism industry, especially Alaska Native tourism,” said American Indian Alaska Native Tourism Association (AIANTA) Executive Director Camille Fergu...
Learning a Native Language? Ojibway Programmer Has an App For That
After observing how his 12-year-old daughter fiddled obsessively with the family’s iPad, computer programmer Darrick Baxter designed an app just for her, downloaded it secretly ont...
A Traditional Story of Picking Strawberries, Redheads and Love
Lenonah and her family lived by a wide creek; they had all the water and natural foods they needed to survive and be happy...
Jim Thorpe's Sons Win Federal Lawsuit Against Jim Thorpe, Pennsylvania
The two surviving children of sports great Jim Thorpe won a critical ruling Friday in federal court that could clear the way for his remains to be removed from a mausoleum in the P...
NCAA Honors Billy Mills
On Thursday, April 18, the NCAA dedicated a room at its national office in Indianapolis to Billy Mills, continuing the organization’s tradition of recognizing athletes who used the...
Earth Day and Sex: Watch Director’s Cut of Documentary on Global Population and the Environment, Livestreamed
What is the true cost of overpopulation on the environment?...
American Indian Program at Cornell Celebrates 30 Years
Gale Courey Toensing
The American Indian Program at Cornell University kicked off a series of celebrations marking its third decade with a 30 th Anniversary Recognition and Two Row Wampum Renewal Confe...
Caddo Lake: An Enchanting Forest With Rich Native History
In honor of Earth Day, April 22, CheapFlights.com created a Top 10 list of the world's most enchanting forests . Among the favorites is Caddo Lake, a lush, vibrant forest land...
$300K Northwest Area Foundation Grant To Help Launch Native-Owned Businesses
Grants include two innovative pilot programs in Native American communities Native Americans would learn skills to launch employee-owned businesses under a pilot program the Northw...
Trail of Hope for Indian Housing Rallies D.C., Asks Congress to Act
The crew behind the Oglala Sioux Tribe's Trail of Hope for Indian Housing is headed back to Pine Ridge, but the dilapidated home they hauled all the way from South Dakota to D.C...
Brazilian Indigenous Storm Congress Halting Vote on Territorial Rights
Hundreds of indigenous protestors occupied the Brazilian Congress on Tuesday, April 16 th , in an effort to stop a law that could weaken territorial rights of the communities accor...
Wes Studi to Be Second American Indian Inducted into 'Hall of Great Western Performers'
On Saturday, Cherokee actor Wes Studi will become just the second Native American actor inducted into the 'Hall of Great Western Performers' at the National Cowboy & Western He...
Documentary About Colombia's Native 'Women Warriors' Nears Funding Deadline
Filmmaker Nicole Karsin is in the home stretch of getting her seven-year project to audiences, and she's reaching out...
Pow Wow Weekend Planner
Ready to get your pow wow on this weekend? We've put together a great list of a few pow wows happening all over the nation this weekend just for you!...
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