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Sundance Calling 4 Fellowship Applicants
Native Humor: 13 #NoDAPL Memes & Comics
Shailene Woodley Defends NoDAPL
Penalty for Company on Yakama Rez
Angela Heikes to Lead SMSC Gaming
Indian Fighting; Marble Custer
Tribes to Partner with Feds
No Criminal Charges on Gold King Mine
Stories and Reflections on Carlisle
50 Faces of Indian Country 2016 II
Indigenous Voice Lost in Translation
Pig Girl: A Disturbing Play About #MMIW
Trump’s Reach in Final Debate
Orionid Meteors Struggle Against Moon
Researcher Improving Lives of Youth
10 Things You Should Know: Shoshone-Bann
Birthing the Sacred: Born at NoDAPL Camp
On the Standoff at Standing Rock
Lumbee Tribe Emerges From Matthew Floods
Toronto Wants to Ban Cleveland Nickname
Thing About Skins
Seminole Tribe Buys Global Hard Rock Brand, Ousts its Chairman, Fights for Gaming Rights
Big changes are underway for the Seminole Tribe of Florida. The tribe recently purchased the remaining rights of the Hard Rock Hotel and Casino brand, assuming global ownership...
Tribunal Raps Canada’s Knuckles on Children’s Rights
Reuel S. Amdur
Not good enough...
Federal Government Needs to ‘Step Up’: Jonathan Nez, Navajo VP Says
Navajo Vice President Jonathan Nez took office in May 2015 after a tumultuous election that resulted in court hearings, disqualified candidates and an unprecedented debate over the...
‘A Warrior of the People’: First American Indian Doctor Was a Woman
Tanya H. Lee
Joe Starita’s third book, “ A Warrior of the People ,” is the masterful depiction of an American Indian woman and the times and cultures she negotiated so brilliantly to bring a ne...
Voices From the Front Lines in Standing Rock v.1: Artist Jimmy Starkey and Defeating the Strategy of Death
Every single person at the various Standing Rock Prayer Camps has a different story. Some of them have more than one...
The Week That Was: The Big Stories in Indian Country, October 2, 2016
Election draws ever closer, a poignant Tribal Nations Conference, the Heiltsuk receive the royals, and one of our own wins a so-called Genius Grant...
HUD Allocates $56 Million for Community Development Projects
Clinton or Trump? Who Should Natives Support
As an American Indian citizen, who should one vote for: Clinton or Trump? Political parties in the United States reflect differing values about current and future U.S. well being...
Solidarity From the South: Indigenous Leaders From Ecuador Come to Standing Rock
Indigenous leaders from Ecuador joined the protectors at Standing Rock recently to show solidarity and share information, as their community has had some victories against oil comp...
Albuquerque American Indian Arts Festival & Balloon Fiesta Starts This Weekend
Lisa J. Ellwood
The fourth annual Albuquerque American Indian Arts Festival (AAIAF) will be hosted by the Indian Pueblo Cultural Center (IPCC) this coming Saturday and Sunday, October 1st and 2nd...
Teaching Culture at Soboba
Being able to have your students share with the public what they have learned is the sign of true success for any teacher...
RES New Mexico Returns in November, National Center Accepting 40 Under 40 Nominations
The second regional Reservation Economic Summit (RES) in New Mexico returns to the Pueblo of Pojoaque’s Buffalo Thunder Resort & Casino in Santa Fe, November 14-17...
Dire Climate Impacts Go Unheeded
Tim Radford, Climate News
The social and economic impacts of climate change have already begun to take their toll —but most people do not yet know this...
AIGC Appoints Joan Currier Interim Executive Director
The American Indian Graduate Center has appointed Joan Currier as interim executive director...
How Did I Miss That? What Is Food? What Is a Small Loan?
Oxfam International has produced an infographic showing the corporate producers of most of what is found in a typical shopping cart...
Celebration of Forgiveness at Black Elk Peak
On a recent Autumn Saturday in the Black Hills, a handful of men and women gathered at around 9 a.m. at the Sylvan Lake trailhead just below Black Elk Peak...
Building Education Nations: NIEA Annual Convention Coming Up
The 2016 National Indian Education Association’s 47th Annual Convention & Trade Show will be held October 5 to 8 in Reno, Nevada at the Grand Sierra Resort & Casino ...
Featured Photo: ‘Counting the Hours’ By Rick Bartow
Natives Speak Out Against the Santa Fe Fiesta - The Bloodless Reconquest
A loud group of about 50 mostly Native protesters disrupted the Entrada kickoff event of the Fiestas de Santa Fe...
Graham Greene, Gil Birmingham Attend ‘Te Ata’ Premiere in Oklahoma
The worlds of Hollywood and the Chickasaw blended on September 13, when Chickasaw Nation Productions’ movie Te Ata premiered...
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