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Cherokee Language Evolves Into Braille
Cherokee Nation Dedicates New $2.8M Road
Dark Skies Make Delta Aquarids Sparkle
Yearlong Project on Historical Trauma
Traditional Government Disadvantages
10 Cool Rez Pup Photos
MVP Schimmel's Shining Moments
Children of Many Colors Pow Wow
Obama's Indian Education Proposals
Music Festival Bans Hipster Headdresses
NMAI Profile: Sheri Doxtator
Spotlight 29 Casino to Host the Winter G
Used Car Loan Scam
Peru Oil Spill Kills Fish, Sickens Many
An Elder’s Missionary Life
10 Things Other People Love About Native
Land Buyback Just a Dangling Carrot
NBC Seeks Native Actress for 'Peter Pan'
The Hot List, Part II: The Actresses
Thing About Skins
Uncontacted Peoples Forced to Flee Peru as More Trouble Awaits
Fleeing illegal loggers in the Peruvian Amazon, a group of previously uncontacted indigenous people appeared in Brazil in late June just days after indigenous rights organizations ...
Linguistic Isolation in NYC: Not All Latin American Immigrants Speak Spanish
Because of the way they look, people assume they speak Spanish, which can be confusing for many Latin American immigrants who speak only an indigenous language...
Ballot Power: The Revolution in How Alaska Natives Vote
A perfectly timed combination of negotiation and grassroots organizing has allowed numerous Native villages across Alaska to become absentee in-person voting locations for federal ...
Wondolowski 'Bau Daigh' Debuts in World Cup, Makes Grandparents Proud
As fans’ excitement filled the Arena da Amazonia in Manaus, Brazil, in the final minutes of the World Cup on Sunday, a similar sentiment could be heard thousands of miles away in C...
Has Irene Bedard Been Cast as Will Smith's Next Leading Lady?
Can you believe everything you read? Alaska Native actress Irene Bedard ( Pocahontas , Smoke Signals ) seems to be asking herself that very question right now...
Winging It: Wes Studi Is Windlifter in 'Planes: Fire and Rescue'
Janet Marie Rogers
With Indian communities still smarting from the sting of The Lone Ranger , Disney continues to dip into Native American culture to enhance their story lines...
Video: National Climate Assessment Focuses on Natives Bearing the Brunt
As the effects of climate change become more and more pronounced and better understood, the concerns of Indigenous Peoples are coming more and more to the fore...
First Nations Challenge Enbridge’s Northern Gateway Pipeline in Court
Several First Nations and some environmental groups have filed suit to block the Northern Gateway pipeline proposed by Enbridge Inc...
Path to Prosperity: 12 Entrepreneurs Compete for $40K Award to Grow Business
Path to Prosperity (P2P) has narrowed down 2014 applications to 12 semi-finalists. P2P is a partnership between the Haa Aaní Community Development Fund, Inc...
We are Anishinaabe: Ojibwe Language Revitalization Team Meets
A mix of elder first speakers, teachers, and staff traveled toward Ponemah Point just before noon on Monday, June 23, 2014...
Jewell Applauds Kia’aina Confirmation as Assistant Secretary for Insular Areas
Esther Puakela Kia’aina, Native Hawaiian, was nominated on September 10, 2013 to serve as the Assistant Secretary for Insular Areas at the U.S. Department of the Interior...
Emerald Ash Borer Leaves Widespread Destruction of More Than Trees
As tree after tree is felled by the ongoing invasion of the emerald ash borer, more is becoming known about the impacts on the surrounding ecosystem...
First Nations Development Institute Again Awarded Charity Navigator’s Top 4-Star Rating
First Nations Development Institute (First Nations) has been awarded Charity Navigator’s coveted four-star rating for a third year in a row, in recognition of First Nations’ sound ...
Watch! Countries Come Together to Celebrate the World Lacrosse Games
When the 38 nations from around the world came to Denver, Colorado to compete in the 2014 FIL World Championships, each of them brought a little bit of their culture and heritage w...
Haida Master Carver and Students Restoring Ocean-Going Canoe
An ocean-going canoe carved in 2004 by Haida master carver Saaduuts Peele and students at Pinehurst K-8 School in Seattle is being restored...
What Did the Late Charlie Hill Think About the Redskins? [Video]
Charlie Hill, who died on December 30, 2013, was Indian country's most famous standup comedian, and he used his position of success to inform as well as entertain...
Tribes Could Win It All in Massachusetts
Tanya H. Lee
Massachusetts has named the winner of one of the three regional resort-casino licenses up for grabs in the state...
Lyle Thompson Is Flying Solo
For the next several days, Onondaga lacrosse superstar, Lyle Thompson’s focus is on the prize...
Rep. Daines Talks Cobell and the Need for GOP to Connect With Tribes
Republican Rep. Steve Daines is feeling confident that he can pull off a win against incumbent Democratic Sen. John Walsh in this fall’s closely watched Montana Senate race...
Did He Plan It? Governor’s Culpability in Sand Creek Massacre Still Unclear
Nearly a century and a half after a congressional panel recommended that John Evans be removed as governor of the Colorado Territory, the man is on trial again...
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