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EPA Climate Justice Blog: Climate Justice through Resiliency and Renewable Energy in a Post-Industrial City
Sherrell Dorsey, EPA
The city of Bridgeport, Connecticut has long been a case study for the perils of inequity that mirror similar narratives across our nation...
Video: Murdered Native Student’s Parents Plea for Help
Just two days before the two-year anniversary of their daughter’s murder, Roland and Connie Hedgepeth make a plea to the public in a video created by the North Carolina Department ...
Horrific Details of Native Student’s Murder Released After Two Years
Police have released additional details about the 2012 murder of Faith Hedgepeth, a student at the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill and a member of the Haliwa-Saponi Tri...
United Tribes International Powwow Captures Its Theme 'We Are All Related'
United Tribes News Release
BISMARCK (UTN) – Beautiful powwow weather, world-class guests and top-quality competition highlighted the 45 th Annual United Tribes International Powwow, “Home of the Champions.” ...
This Artist Will Endure 8 Hours of Abuse, Simply Because He's Native
Artist Gregg Deal, Pyramid Lake Paite, has become one of the leading provocateurs in the fight to expose America's stereotyping and racism toward Natives...
Native and Indigenous Conferences to Be Held in Muscogee (Creek) Nation
Muscogee (Creek) Release
Two conferences involving Native and international Indigenous Peoples will be held September 8 to 12 in and near Okmulgee, Oklahoma...
Summer Super Moon Trio Finale Brings Harvest Moon's Bonanza of Light
The moment is finally here, the last of the three super moons of summer 2014. We knew it would come this fast. First was the July super moon, heralding the trio...
Vibrant Photos From the 68th Annual Labor Day Shinnecock Powwow
Large Crowds and great weather made the 68
Annual Labor Day
Kumeyaay Nation Wins Repatriation Case; Appeal Pending
Members of the Kumeyaay Tribes of San Diego are enjoying a court victory in the case of White vs. University of California...
Salaita Firing Is ‘Israeli Attack on Palestine Coming to Our Campus’
Gale Courey Toensing
Powerful pro-Israel supporters and university donors, many of whom identified themselves as Jewish, complained in July to University of Illinois Urbana-Champaign officials about hi...
Native History: To Make Winter Survival Difficult, Army Slaughters 900 Horses
This Date in Native History: It was September 9 and 10, 1858 when the U.S. Army committed a cruel, inhumane act that is remembered to this day...
Native Vote Counts More in ’14 According to the Math
So what if you had more votes than everyone else? What if your vote counted more? Would you? Well, on Tuesday the primary season ends with elections in the Northeast...
The Week That Was: The Big Stories in Indian Country, September 7, 2014
It's our recap of the stories that mattered most in Indian country: PANEL RETURNED: A major American foundation that anonymously purchased sacred objects during a fiercely conteste...
EPA Climate Justice Blog: Women and Climate Change, Part 2
Corinne Hart, EPA
Long-term impacts of climate change, as well as acute disasters, exacerbate inequalities and make equity issues across the globe painfully apparent...
U.S. Rep. Mullin Visits Cherokee Nation Schools, Businesses
Cherokee citizen and U.S. Rep...
Choctaw Nation Responds to ICTMN's Coverage of Governor Mary Fallin's Visit
A recent story about Oklahoma Governor Mary Fallin's visit to the Choctaw Nation's Labor Day festivities contained a factual error, and presented the opinions of Tribal citizens wi...
Soccer an Indigenous Invention? According to a Guarani Documentary Yes
“The Guarani Invented Football” is the title and main point of a documentary recently released in Paraguay that presents research evidence of Guarani indigenous people playing foot...
Video: Unsettling Look Into Trafficking of Native Women and Girls
They jingle dance, gaze innocently into the camera and then … the hushed whispering starts. “Whatever happened to Margaret?...
Gonzaga University Native American Studies Program In Its Second Year
The Native American Studies Program at Gonzaga University is in its second year and according to director Laurie Arnold “enrollments have grown consistently since the first course ...
Watch! Team USA Baffled by New Zealand's Haka Warrior Dance at FIBA World Cup
At the FIBA Basketball World Cup in Spain on September 2, Team USA was greeted by the New Zealand team with a traditional Maori Haka warrior dance...
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