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John Sayles Seeks Cast for Carlisle Film
SLU Removes Statue of Priest and Natives
Cops Arrest Native Americans Much More
UNDRIP Legislation Fails in Canada
Underground Wine CAVE Offers 480 Wines
Jewell Visits Riverside Indian School
Mashpee Nine: Fight for Tribal Justice
Connecting Youth and Sacred Places
School Says Native Can Keep Hair Long
Indian Wars Must End Now
Going 60 Without a Driver’s License
Tribes Cope With Floods in Oklahoma
Trauma May Be Woven Into DNA
First Native Astronaut Speaks at Hopi
Sandler Not Only One Stereotyping
EPA Clean Water Rule Draws Fire
Farewell Party for Houser's Footprints
Riding Rodeo With MS
Ever Heard of 'Throatboxing'?
Repatriated Remains Reburied in Michigan
Thing About Skins
Fight Continues to Wrest Control of Sacred Site Back From Copper Mining Co.
This one appears headed for a 12-round title bout as the San Carlos Apache tribe continues its battle with Resolution Copper Co. over the issue of sacred land at Oak Flats...
Photo: Kamon Lilly’s Beautiful and Natural Creations
Surviving the Blizzard of 1967: One Woman Tells Her Family’s Story
Lillie Ann Begaye was 12 years old when her entire world turned white. It was mid-December 1967 and snow had fallen on the Navajo Nation for days...
Four More Arizona Counties Declared Primary Drought Disasters by USDA
The Arizona counties of Greenlee, Navajo, Pima and Yavapai have been added to the growing list of areas being decimated by drought. The U.S...
Seeing the Sites of Arizona: 11 Images
Tanya H. Lee
Arizona is a state rich in history and culture...
New Graduate Program in Arizona Geared Toward Native Nation Building
Northern Arizona University
Northern Arizona University in Flagstaff, Arizona, is developing a graduate certificate for indigenous leadership and Native nation building through the Department of Applied Indig...
Native AIDS Survivor, Activist Runs Marathon: ‘We CAN Run Marathons too’
On January 18, 2015, I completed my first full marathon in Phoenix. It wasn’t easy because statistics told me Natives have the shortest life span after HIV infection...
Arizona Sacred Site Vandalized, Forest Service Investigating
Arizona’s First Native American Lawmaker Walks On
Lloyd House, Navajo and Oneida, was a teacher, veteran, Marine, Air Force Reservist, and Senator. He walked on January 2 in Surprise, Arizona at the age of 83, reports AZCentral ...
Great Plains Tribal Leaders' Letter Asks Congress to Strike Land Swap From Defense Bill
The 16-member Great Plains Tribal Chairman’s Association has written to members of Congress and the U.S...
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