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10 Domestic Violence Warning Signs
Domestic Violence: One Writer's Story
Outrage: Human Rights Violations
NMAI Profile: Ponka-We Victors
Environmentalists: Congress' Enemy #1
National Center, DOE Sign MOU
Gaming Vendors Target Social Media
Who Discovered Whom?
5 Pow Wows Before Thanksgiving
Pokagon Launches New Health Center
Video: Elder Talks of ‘Old-Time Indians’
Rosebud Leader Speaks on Keystone
Ho-Chunk Gaming Enters Sponsorship
Grey Cloud: Native Who Sang for Senate
Navajo Presidential Election In 2015 Now
10 Ways I'm Nativer Than You
San Manuel Joins Morongo, Card Clubs and
Declaring War on the Keystone Pipeline
Thing About Skins
Native Games at the National Museum of the American Indian
Native Games, a program of film shorts profiling American Indian sports, will be running this weekend at the National Musuem of the American Indian Gustav Heye Center in New York C...
NPR: Forgotten For Decades, WWII Alaska Natives Finally Get Their Due
NPR's All Things Considered reported May 28 on the more than 6,300 Alaska Natives who volunteered to serve with the Alaska Territorial Guard during World War II, a group that's lar...
NPR: For Ailing Vets in Rural Areas, Tele-Medicine Can Be the Cure
This morning, NPR's Morning Edition reported on "tele-medicine," which is connecting veterans in rural areas, like remote tribal area Wales, Alaska, with doctors in VA hospitals th...
NPR: Searching For Veterans on Alaska's Remote Edges
A day after fallen service members were remembered and honored on Memorial Day, NPR's Morning Editio n took a fascinating look at the veterans of Alaska, and how the VA is attempti...
All Gave Some, Some Gave All: Remembering Those Who Have Fallen
On Memorial Day we honor and remember those service members who have fallen. As of May 24, 2013, the U.S...
Recognition for Service by Native Americans May Finally Be Coming
Native Americans, including American Indians, Alaska Natives and Native Hawaiians, serve at a higher rate in the U.S...
S. 340 Hearing Could Restore 70,075 Acres to Alaska Natives
On Thursday, April 25 the Public Lands Subcommittee will be holding a hearing on the Southeast Alaska Native Land Entitlement Finalization and Jobs Protection Act, that will return...
Alaska Makes Tourism in Rural Native Areas a Priority
“Alaska is making waves in the tourism industry, especially Alaska Native tourism,” said American Indian Alaska Native Tourism Association (AIANTA) Executive Director Camille Fergu...
Sitka, Alaska, Ranks 9th on Smithsonian’s Top 20 Best Small Towns to Visit in 2013
Sitka, Alaska, the home of American Indian Alaska Native Tourism Association (AIANTA) member Sitka Tribe of Alaska, has landed at number nine on the Top 20 Best Small Towns to Visi...
Death of Sled Dog During Race Forcing Iditarod Organizers to Make Changes
Sled dog Dorado was found dead at an Iditarod checkpoint on March 15 four days after he had been removed from the "Last Great Race on Earth" because he was suffering from sore musc...
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Election: The Message From Alaska Natives, ‘It’s Our Time’
Going Door-to-Door in Rural Alaska in Search of Voters
Children in the Crosshairs: Alaska Native Grandmother Fights ICWA Ruling
Alaska Senate Race Is a Test of Policy (Not Character)
Why Should Rural Alaskans Vote for Senator Begich and Walker/Mallott?
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