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Celebrities Support Water Protectors
The Long Arc Is the Real Campaign
Age of Acorns: Sustaining Life for Years
Land Changed Forever By Man
Yurok Fire Emergency: Arson Suspected
Tragic Loss; Maine Squeeze
Chief Looking Horse’s Important Message
'We Treated Germany Better': O'Donnell
Natives Fighting for Voting Equality
Tribe to Develop $1.3M Retail Center
Seeking Food Sovereignty Through Seeds
Spokane Reservation Engulfed In Smoke
CFPB Is Barking Up the Wrong Tree
Turtle Island Tribes Meet Cuba
Confronting Feds: Malheur, Standing Rock
Osage Nation Takes Ted Turner's Ranch
Weekly Pow Wow Planner: August 26 to 28
Mendoza Speaks on SACNAS Altercation
Descendants Talk About Geronimo
Puyallup Tribe Buys Public Golf Course
Thing About Skins
Chic Monaco Royal Puts on Feathers and War Paint for Gucci-Sponsored Equestrian Event
Natives have a few things to celebrate in their ongoing culture war—they can claim victory in recent clashes with No Doubt and Paul Frank Industries...
The Caballo Blanco Copper Canyon Ultra Marathon Will Go On
Micah True, the wonder of extreme running who was the model for the mythic figure Caballo Blanco in the best-selling book Born to Run , walked on in April...
This Is Why I'm Hot!
Christina M. Castro
Lately, we as Native people have been bombarded with a constant influx of demeaning imagery in the media and fashion industry...
Following the Mayan Calendar With The National Museum of the American Indian
The days are drawing closer to the supposed Mayan Apocalypse said to happen at the end of the indigenous group’s Long Count calendar – December 21...
Native Author Discusses Adventures in an Indian Boarding School
M.L. McCluskey, or Murt, as he prefers to be called, graduated from the Cut Bank Indian Boarding School in Browning, Montana after eighth grade...
Colorado Commission of Indian Affairs Tackles Pending Issues, Longstanding Problems, and Youths’ Possibilities
Anxiety over violence in Indian country intensified a little for some when Colorado voters in November approved Amendment 64, which allows those 21 and older to possess small amoun...
Center for Native American Youth Debuts 'Champions for Change', Youth Leadership Program Aims to Affect Policy
Top officials from the White House and the Interior Department were among those in attendance on November 19, as former North Dakota senator Byron Dorgan announced a new awards pro...
Apocalypse LOL: 12 'Mayan Calendar' Memes for 12.21.12
What is happening on December 21? Those not suckered by the hype will enjoy a Friday like any other...
Carcieri Fix: Still Time to Pass the Bill
Gale Courey Toensing
On the eve of President Obama’s 4 th Annual White House Tribal Nations Summit, there is still time for a legislative solution to Indian country’s top priority: fixing the U.S...
New York Elementary Students Create Native-Inspired Folktales
Fourth-Grade students from Erin Brewster’s class at Volney Elementary School in Fulton, New York recently presented Native American folktales they wrote and illustrated at an autho...
Doing Medical Research on American Indians' Terms
Bricks and mortar are not part of Sanford Research/University of South Dakota's (USD) plan to build the Collaborative Research Center for American Indian Health in Sioux Falls, Sou...
A Star Is Born: Pine Ridge Gets Its First Movie Theater
Kyle, South Dakota — Owning and running a sleek new twin theater is a dream come true for movie-lovers Angel Reddest and her mother, Monna Patton, both Oglala Lakota...
Salish Cultural Guardian and Veteran Octave Finley Walks On
Octave Finley, Salish, 84, walked on November 15. He is remembered as a cultural guardian and the war dance chief of the Salish Nation...
U.S. Chamber of Commerce Hosting Launch Event Today for its Native American Enterprise Initiative
Today the U.S...
Navajos Working to Get Little Colorado River Deal Through Lame Duck. Outlook Unlikely
The Navajo Nation is still trying to eke out a deal on Little Colorado River water rights, although an ambitious goal of trying to get it through during Congress’ Lame Duck session...
Army Establishes Formal Nation-to-Nation Ties With Native American Tribes
David Vergun, Army News Service
As Soldiers and all Americans celebrate Native American Heritage Month, the Army has consulted with leaders of federally recognized tribes to provide new policy for Army-tribal rel...
Educators Working to Increase Number of Native Students in Business
A group of business and management professors at universities across the country are working to increase the number of Native American students majoring in business and the number ...
On That Washington, D.C. NFL Team
Today, December 3, BleacherReport.com correspondent Stephen Sonneveld has an interesting column on one person's response to his recent columns "calling out the bigotry of the NFL, ...
Black Hills Veterans Writing Group Hosts Presentation on Vietnam's 'Operation Linebacker II'
On Saturday, December 8 from 9-11am, Western Dakota Technical Institute in Rapid City, South Dakota will host a special Black Hills Veterans Writing Group event...
Q&A With Ken Salazar and Kevin Washburn
Edited by Gale Courey Toensing
Interior Secretary Kenneth Salazar and newly appointed Assistant Secretary-Indian Affairs Kevin Washburn sat down with Indian Country Today Media Network and Indianz.com just befor...
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