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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...
Video: What Resolution Copper Wants to Inflict on Apache Sacred Land
The San Carlos Apache Tribe is battling to save a sacred site that has been federally protected from mining since 1955. That is, until now...
The Hoop of Learning: When Opportunities Abound, Kids Thrive
Tanya H. Lee
Jennifer Jones, Navajo and Desiree Flores, Pascua Yaqui/Hopi/Kiowa, are demonstrating what American Indian students can accomplish given the right opportunities...
Should Forgotten Indian Cemetery Stay Forgotten?
A historical preservationist has made it her personal mission to preserve the Winslow Indian Cemetery in Winslow, Arizona, but doing so may not be in line with traditional Navajo a...
Arizona Republic Delves Deep Into Uranium-Mining Legacy on the Navajo Nation
From the Alberta oil sands to the Gulf of Mexico, Native peoples across Turtle Island are afflicted with ills related to industrial development—development that was undertaken with...
Sen. Carlyle Begay Is Turning Tide Against Chronic Diseases in Indian Country at the Policy Level
Carlyle Begay, the youngest state senator in Arizona, represents a district that includes eight tribes and Arizona’s Navajo Nation...
Nine Women Vie for 2014-2015 Miss Native American Crown
This year, nine talented native women are vying for the title of Miss Native American 2014-2015...
Let’s Move Is Inclusive: Promotes Exercise for All Students
Video: Remembering the Fallen Firefighter Heroes of Storm King, and Yarnell
It was 20 years ago, but the wounds are still fresh for friends and family of the 14 firefighters, including two Natives, who died on July 6, 1994 while battling the fabled South C...
Tohono O’odham Celebrate Ancestors—In Sculpture
Long before there were cowboys in the West, there were Indians, and after a decade and a half of effort, some of Southern Arizona’s indigenous ancestors are receiving public recogn...
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