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Paiute Indian Tribe's Cultural Center Plan Rejected by Utah City
The Paiute Indian Tribe of Utah has a vision: To build a Native American cultural center on traditional Paiute lands in Southern Utah...
Idle No More Gaining Momentum and Forming Plan of Action
International Human Rights Day was December 10 and marked the beginning of what has since become a stand of solidarity between Indigenous Peoples across Turtle Island and allies kn...
Ramp It Up: Smithsonian’s American Indian Skate Culture Exhibit Opens in Pennsylvania Today
Opening today, September 29, and running through November 25 at the California University of Pennsylvania in California, Pennsylvania, is the special Smithsonian exhibit Ramp It Up...
Minority Babies Outnumber White Babies in U.S. for First Time
For the first time in United States' history, minority births outnumbered white births between July 2010 and July 2011, according to Census bureau data released today ...
US Census Reports Multiple Checked Boxes Leads to Native Demographic Growth
WASHINGTON – The U.S. Census Bureau has released data indicating that almost half of people who identify as Native American report being more than one race...
The Ranks of the Poorest Poor Are Growing
One in 15 Americans—about 20.5 million Americans, or 6.7 percent of the United States population—now rank among the poorest poor, defined as those living at 50 percent or less of t...
Indian Land Owners Raise Concerns over Federal Law
WASHINGTON – Indians are once again telling Congress that a 2004 federal law aimed at solving tribal land fractionation problems caused by the federal government has created proble...
Death Rate of American Indian Infants Doubles Whites in Some States
American Indian infants in North Dakota, South Dakota and Minnesota are roughly twice as likely to die as white infants, and health officials say the best defense is prevention and...
Native-run WorthGroup Architects Reports Rise in Casino Design Projects
WorthGroup Architects , the creative minds behind the innovative design of the recently renovated Choctaw Casino Resort in Durant, Oklahoma—amongst many other projects—are noticing...
LEO A DALY Hires Navajo as Market Leader for Indian Projects
Dan Lewis (Photo courtesy of LEO A DALY) LEO A DALY's Phoenix, Arizona-based office hired Navajo Nation member Dan Lewis to focus on the architecture, planning, engineering, interi...
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