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Sacred Sites: Topock Maze, Needles, California
June 20 is a day of prayer for the Topock Maze and other sites around the lower Colorado River near Needles, California, sacred to the Ft. Mojave Indian Tribe...
Delaware Nation Building Solar Energy Project
A 37.5-kilowatt solar array is under construction on the roof of the Delaware Nation's complex in Anadarko, Oklahoma...
Whitebird Battle Remembered: Nez Perce Hold Annual Memorial
WHITEBIRD, IDAHO—It was June 17, 1877...
Sacred Sites: Ganondagan
The Ganondagan State Historic Site in Victor, New York, will be the site of a Gahnonyoh (Thanksgiving), starting at 11:30 a.m., on Tuesday, June 21...
Sacred Sites: Onondaga Lake
On June 20, the Onondaga Nation invited all to a peaceful gathering to honor the lake, formerly one of the most polluted in the country...
Protecting the Sacred Wakarusa Wetlands in Lawrence, Kansas from Highway Construction
The Wakarusa Wetlands in Lawrence, Kansas—an area steeped in Indian history, a former refuge for Indian boarding school students and home to a variety of animal habitats—are threat...
Indigenous Peoples in Peru Hope New President Keeps His Promise
Recent protests by indigenous communities over mining in the Andean highlands and a hydroelectric dam in the Peruvian Amazon, as well as mixed reactions to a new forestry law, are ...
Sacred Sites—Concern Extends Across Country
Ben Shelly, Navajo Nation president, is apologetic yet determined when it comes to one of the country’s special places, a place he calls “very important.” He is one of the leaders ...
Cape Wind Opponents Win Legal Victory
Gale Courey Toensing
A proposal to build a massive wind energy plant in the waters of Nantucket Sound that are sacred to the Wampanoag people has had a legal setback...
National Day of Prayer for Alaska Sacred Sites
Alaska is home to 229 federally recognized Alaskan villages and five unrecognized Tlingit Alaskan Indian tribes...
Author and Native Studies Trailblazer Jack Forbes, 77, Passes
Boston Bruins Celebrated Stanley Cup at Foxwoods’ SHRINE with $100,000 Champagne
The National Hockey League team the Boston Bruins celebrated their Stanley Cup championship and first victory in more than 40 years at SHRINE at MGM Grand at Foxwoods and High Roll...
Campaign for High School Equity Pushes High School Reform For All Races
According to the National Indian Education Association, the Campaign for High School Equity (CHSE) is a diverse coalition of leading civil rights and education advocacy organizatio...
Don’t Read My Lips: Why an Apology from Obama on “Geronimo” Is Unlikely
When President Barack Obama bounded into the White House, he brought with him the goodwill of tribal leaders who vouched for him, as well as the adoration of tribal citizens who vo...
The Journey to Swinomish
Canoe skippers gathered at Samish Indian Nation’s Fidalgo Bay Resort to confirm routes and arrival dates for the 2011 Canoe Journey...
Teen Junior Boys Dancing at the Red Earth Festival
While the dance competitions were fierce for the adult groupings, the teen junior boys and girls drew as much awe (and applause) as their older counterparts...
Aboriginal Dolls Hop Across the Pond
Doll-making used to be the way that northern Canadian women taught their daughters how to cut, manipulate and sew hides and furs so as to make durable clothing for themselves and t...
Sacred Sites: Bdote, Minnesota, World Peace and Prayer Day
In 1996, Chief Arvol Looking Horse started the annual World Peace and Prayer Day...
Hawaii’s Hilo Inter-Tribal Powwow
Blackfeet Browning Student is Strengthened and Transformed by the Journey for Her Degree
Carol Schmidt, MSU News Service
Wasewi Shawl was a champion runner, so she knows that races are won by putting one foot in front of the other...
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