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Thing About Skins
Northern Quebec is the site of this snowy scene, where residents voted down a referendum on April 27 that would have capped 13 years of negotiations and given Nunavik, Quebec's Inu...
The American Bald Eagle has many ceremonial uses in the Native population. Sadly, on Sunday May 1 this mother of three eaglets received a ceremony of her own ...
Wes Studi Talks to Maria Hinojosa
Wes Studi—the Cherokee actor and activist most famous for his roles in Last of the Mohicans , Dances with Wolves and Avatar —recently sat down with Maria Hinojosa, who jumps right ...
'Just Move It' Program Kicks Off on Navajo Nation
About 40,000 people from across the Navajo Nation and border towns are expected to participate in the "Just Move It" series this summer on all the reservation's 110 chapters and be...
Live from the Gathering of Nations
Our reporter, Brian Daffron, and his wife Maya and their kids,
APTN to Broadcast Elections May 2
The Aboriginal Peoples Television Network (APTN) will broadcast live coverage of the Canadian election all day on Monday May 2, the station reported...
Pow Wow Summer Guide: Northeast Region
Summer is nearly here, which means the pow wow season is about to really heat up...
Orphaned Norfolk Eaglets Given New Home; Mom Honored
This mother of three eaglets at the Norfolk (Virginia) Botanical Garden was struck and killed by a plane a few days after taking this flight...
Kauffman & Associates Wins Video Awards
Native- and female-owned Kauffman & Associates, Inc., a professional services firm specializing in public health, education and economic development issues, has received indust...
American Indian College Fund Honors Scholars and Tribal College President
Many students were honored recently during the American Indian Higher Education Consortium Student Conference in Bismarck, North Dakota held April 16 to 19...
Former Economic Commissioner Denies Reported Racist Remarks
Gale Courey Toensing
Maine’s former commissioner of economic development czar who resigned earlier this week has denied reports that he made racist and offensive remarks at a Chamber of Commerce awards...
Supreme Court Blocks Multi-Tribal Trust Suit
WASHINGTON – In yet another loss for tribes with the Supreme Court, its justices have ruled that the Tohono O'Odham Nation is not allowed to pursue a lawsuit claiming mismanagement...
Indian NFL Footballer Promotes Healthy Kids
Sam Bradford , quarterback for the NFL’s St. Louis Rams , joined U.S...
Language Symposium Focuses on Preservation and Features Wes Studi
“Weaving Indigenous Language Through Family, Education & Community” is the theme for the sixth Minnesota Indigenous Language Symposium , which will focus on programs working to...
Congress Defunds Wasteful Catch Shares Program
Jane Lubchenco of NOAA defends her position on the catch shares program at a meeting with fishermen, environmentalists, tribal members and local officials at the Mendocino County B...
Generation Alzheimer's: Baby Boomers at Increased Risk of Developing the Disease
The Alzheimer's Association's (AA) new report, " Generation Alzheimer's: The Defining Disease of the Baby Boomers, " sheds light on the debilitating disease affecting the first wav...
JOB: Regional Transportation Commission of Southern Nevada Seeks Transit Data Specialist and Data Analyst
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Navajo Nation Gaming Enterprises CEO Says Smoking Ban Would Kill Casino Plans
Navajo Nation President Ben Shelly recently signed a commercial tobacco-free executive order to ban smoking in its casinos, reported the Phoenix Business Journal on April 26...
Indian Farmers Granted $760 Million from USDA
WASHINGTON – A federal court has officially approved settlement to the long-running Keepseagle v. Vilsack case that pitted Native American farmers against the U.S. government...
Métis Get Vague Answers to Specific Questions
The Inuit are not the only Native population grilling the five parties in the May 2 election...
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