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Native Leaders React to Ottawa Shooting
In Wake of School Shooting, Tulalip and
Big Day for Native Languages in Alaska
Deschene Out of Navajo Election
The Curse of Wisconsin Point
NunatuKavut to Lead Best Practices Touri
$19 Million to Inspire Native Research
Breaking News: Native Gunman Allegedly O
A Flaming Chariot Called Fear
SavOn Stores Raise $7,000 for MDA
National Recognition for Tribal Health
The World’s Largest Voting Booth
Russian Tiger Defects; Pumpkin Riots
Duane Champagne’s Self-Determination
Parched Southwest: the 'Story of Water'
Grave Robbing, Curses, and Customs
How Racist Are You?
Family Tradition Leads Birdwell to VA
Oklahoma-Based Tribes Looking to Expand
Deconstructing the Doctrine of Discovery
Thing About Skins
SEEDS Program Helps Tribes Grow Employment, Sustain Local Communities
A recent grant from the U.S...
Show Native Educators They're Appreciated This Week
It’s Teacher Appreciation Week, a time to celebrate educators. How can you show the special educator in your life how much you appreciate them?...
AAIP: Fight Non-Traditional Challenges With Family Preservation and Healthy Living
Mary Smith with Cecilia Fire Thunder, STRONG conference keynote speaker (Courtesy AAIP) “Native families today face several non-traditional challenges such as single parent househo...
Grant to Support Project NATIVE, a Visual Aid Training Program
An approximately $1.2 million grant will help the American Indian Resource Center (AIRC) in Tahlequah, Oklahoma develop its “Project NATIVE"—Native Americans Teaming in Visual Empo...
Denver Agencies Consider One-stop Service
The recent move of John Jewett within one Denver social services agency could be a sign of things to come, following a nationwide trend of “one-stop shopping,” if policymakers agre...
$41 Million in Grants Awarded to Native Communities and Organizations
On October 31, the Administration for Native Americans (ANA) announced $41 million in grants to be distributed to American Indian communities and organizations in 29 states, Americ...
Administration of Native Americans Helps Fund Indigenous Cultural Camp in Guam
The annual Chief Gådao Cultural Summer Camp for children and families in Guam's Inarajan's Gef Pa'go Park is going on its ninth year...
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