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Sacred Sites: Snoqualmie Falls in Washington State
On Tuesday, June 21, at 7:00 a.m., a gathering will be held at the base of Snoqualmie Falls, a sacred place of creation for the Snoqualmie and other tribes of the Puget Sound regio...
Women’s Jingle Dress at the 2011 Red Earth Festival
Women's Jingle Dress competition is always a fan favorite at any powwow, but it's especially special at the Red Earth Festival where some of the best jingle dancers in the country ...
2011 National Day of Prayer to Protect Native American Sacred Places
June 21 is being observed as the 2011 National Day of Prayer to Protect Native American Sacred Places and is being recognized throughout the country by gatherings and observations ...
Crow Education Partnership Gets Grant for Science Outreach
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The American Honda Foundation recently awarded a $48,667 grant to Montana State University for the Crow Education Partnership, a project to provide science enrichment activities fo...
Sacred Sites: Eagle Rock, Michigan
Some sacred sites are threatened, and others are on the road to recovery; Eagle Rock, on Michigan's Upper Peninsula, awaits its scheduled end like a convict on death row...
Sacred Sites: Pyramid Lake and Stone Mother
Iconic Pyramid Lake and its surrounding Paiute landmarks are under siege by a combination of vandalism and conflicts over water rights...
Sacred Sites: Loyal Creeks Sites to be Commemorated
In 1861 “Loyal Creeks” battled Confederate forces around Oklahoma to gain promised federal protections in Kansas...
Sacred Sites: Help the Pechanga Pray for Ancestral Landscape
As part of the 2011 National Sacred Places Prayer Days the Pechanga Band of Luiseno Indians is asking for prayers to get county officials to see the dire impacts Granite Constructi...
Section 67 Repeal a Mixed Blessing, Atleo Says
Federal law changed over the weekend ostensibly in favor of First Nations citizens, but it may be something of a double-edged sword...
Sacred Sites: Kumeyaay Fight for Burial and Ceremonial Grounds
News broke in 2010 of the Padre Dam Municipal Water District’s plan to develop a reservoir and pumping station in San Diego County, California—the problem is the site of planned de...
Sacred Sites: Washington, D.C. is Playground to the Decision Makers
American Indians and non-Native supporters have been gathering at places around the country since June 17 in support of the 2011 National Day of Prayer to Protect Native American S...
Akwesasne Mohawk Youth Are Still at Risk of Industrial Pollutants
The industrial facilities built in the 1950s on the St. Lawrence River where New York, Quebec and Ontario meet were a toxic turning point for the unwary Akwesasne Mohawk ...
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 ...
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