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Watch Tony Duncan's Performance at the Heard Hoop Dance Championship
At the Heard Museum's annual World Championship Hoop Dance Contest, held February 8-9 in Phoenix, Derrick Suwaima Davis was judged the top hoop dancer in the world for the second c...
Support in Indian Country Growing for 'Anti-Bullying Pink Shirt Day' on February 26
On Wednesday, February 26, students, teachers and notable figures all over the world will promote the anti-bullying campaign “Pink Shirt Day.” The day is commemorated by anti-bully...
A How-To Guide For Beginning Your Genealogical Journey
Myra Vanderpool Gormley
No matter what they claim on television or online tracing your ancestors is more complicated than clicking on a link or grabbing a family tree from a website...
A Star Trek Convention for Native Enthusiasts: Inside a German Pow Wow
“Winter Pow-wow 2014” took place in Berlin, Germany on February 15th in the Fritz-Reuter Oberschule gymnasium...
Price Helps Canada Win Gold With Second Straight Shutout
First it was the USA; then it was Sweden. Canada’s men’s hockey team won gold in Sochi without allowing the puck to touch the net...
Prairie Band Potawatomi Nation Honored with Statewide Award
The Kansas Coalition Against Sexual and Domestic Violence gave its program of the year award to the Prairie Band Potawatomi Nation Tribal Victim Services program...
The Week That Was: The Big Stories in Indian Country, February 23, 2014
It's our roundup of the stories that mattered most in Indian country: FREE PASS FOR PEDOPHILES?: A bill in the South Dakota legislature that appears intended to give several dozen ...
The Red and the Black: Remembering the Legacy of Jack D. Forbes
Arica L. Coleman, Ph.D.
“If we have African blood we should be proud of it; it is good, honest, tribal ancestry.” —Jack D...
Confederated Tribes of the Goshute Reservation Join Water Coalition
The Confederated Tribes of the Goshute Reservation (CTGR), in Ibapah, Utah, joined the Great Basin Water Network’s recent lawsuit against the Bureau of Land Management (BLM) and De...
Member of Nevada Governor’s Cabinet Elected President of AIANTA Board
The American Indian Alaska Native Tourism Association recently named Nevada native Sherry L. Rupert president of its executive board...
Bemidji State Connects to Provide Education to Rural Communities
A Bemidji State University-led consortium of higher education institutions has won a $500,000 grant from the U. S...
Moon and Venus Get Down Before Dawn as Winter Diamond Graces Night Sky
Having admired one another from afar during the early part of February—one in evening and the other in the barely nascent morning—the moon and Venus will reunite in the pre-dawn sk...
Dale Carson: Grow Food, Not Lawns!
Everyone knows grass roots are tough and they spread like crazy. Right now, ironically, there is a grass roots movement called “grow food/not grass”...
Remains Found on Bluegrass Pipeline Route, Tribes Not Notified
Tribes with ancestral ties to Kentucky have not been consulted about an archaeological site discovered last summer during a survey for a natural gas pipeline...
Chairman Melvin R. Sheldon: NMAI’s Meet Native America Series
In the interview series Meet Native America , the Smithsonian National Museum of the American Indian invites tribal leaders, cultural figures, and other interesting and accomplishe...
9 Facts About Iditarod, ‘The Last Great Race on Earth'
For more than a week, mushers and their dog teams will race across 1,000 miles of rough, beautiful Alaska terrain...
Cedarville Shooter Was Under FBI Probe Over Missing $50,000 in Federal Tribal Grants
Shooter Cherie Lash Rhoades was being investigated by the FBI for over $50,000 in missing grant money meant for the Cedarville Rancheria Tribe when she gunned down her brother, nie...
New York Times Profiles Plight of Uranium-Plagued Navajo Reservation Residents
First it was the National Institutes of Health, and now awareness of the scourge of uranium contamination on the Navajo Nation Reservation has made its way to The New York Times ...
Hot Show, Dirty Politics: 'House of Cards' Actress Tanis Parenteau
The second season of Netflix’s political drama House of Cards , which was released February 14, is dense with Native American subjects, from casinos to corruption to federal recogn...
Canada Holds USA in Semifinals, Faces Finland
Team USA's wish did not come true this year. Canada defeated the USA in overtime 1-0 and is headed to the finals against Sweden on Sunday...
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