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Control of Education System For Navajo
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Walking to Save Oak Flat [7 Photos]
Amelia Garcia’s tribe, the Chihene Nde of New Mexico, are neighbors to the San Carlos Apache, and they too have traditional ties to the sacred land at the Oak Flat campground in Ar...
Ancient Wood Speaks in Chaco Canyon
Archeology reported dendroprovenance analysis shows that the wood used in the construction of the great houses in Chaco Canyon came from the Zuni Mountains before 1020 C.E...
Preservation Is a Civil Rights Issue
When it comes to treating Native peoples and their ancestral lands with respect, some politicians and outdoor enthusiasts seem to have a double standard...
Valentine to Oak Flat: Native Runner Dedicates LA Marathon to Sacred Sites
On a day that many people reserve to spend with their valentine, George Funmaker arose early to lay down prayers for sacred Oak Flat, Chi’chil Bildagoteel...
9 Tips for Preserving Important Sacred Sites
As a child I would climb in the back of a pickup truck that took me to a house nestled between walls of cheat grass and Russian thistle...
Photo: Tribes Wonder if ‘Environmental Racism’ Is Behind Nuke Storage Plan
Bears Ears 1.9 Million–Acre Monument Would Be Unique Tribal-Federal Collaboration
Five Four Corners-area tribes have united to propose a 1.9 million–acre Bears Ears National Monument that would be the first truly collaborative land management effort between Nati...
Uncovering the Sacred: 3,000 More Petroglyphs Identified at Jeffers
“The sacred is like rain...
Connecting Youth and Sacred Places: NPS Grant Provides Field Trip Opportunity
In order to connect Native youth to the places of their ancestors, the National Park Service granted the Cheyenne River Youth Project $2,250 to help fund a two-day trip to Devils T...
NCAI, Tribal Nations, Pearl Jam and Change.org Help Blackfeet Protect Sacred Badger-Two Medicine Site
A new phase in the fight to protect the Blackfeet’s sacred Badger–Two Medicine traditional homelands has pulled together improbable allies including 17 tribes and nations in Washin...
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