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Best Indian Food 2013: Smothered Muskrat
Lyle Eagle Tail Was a True Warrior
Cherokees Honor a Family of Veterans
Perique Tobacco: Choctaw Tradition
10 Non-Indian Tepees
Tornadoes Threaten Indian Country
HIV Cases Rise on Navajo Land
American Indian Woman of the Year Named
Hoops and Education Champ Richard Dionne
Milwaukee Group Supports Native Women
Two-Spirit Leader To Represent HIV Group
Shoni Schimmel Joins Team USA
Proud to Be Indigenous Week Kicks Off
“Arizona” Generating Station
The Week That Was
Elijah Harper Lies in State in Manitoba
Struggle for Land Rights in Chile
Upper Sioux Elder Tom Ross Walks On
Elijah Harper Walks On
Michelle Thrush, Misty Upham in Cannes
Things About Skins
Native Student Publication Gets a Makeover
June 30, 2012
Joseph A. Quintana, the managine editor, of Red Ink Magazine...
Small Blaze, Big Loss: Wildfire Warrior Cut Down en Route to Quench Montezuma Flames
June 29, 2012
Anthony Ramon Polk would have been 31 on June 22...
Arizona Lawmakers Clash Over Bill to Bar Tohono O'odham Nation From Building Off-Reservation Casino
June 28, 2012
PHOENIX, Arizona—Accusations of lying and dishonest actions from both opponents and supporters stem from plans to build a casino near Glendale, Arizona. On June 19, the U.S...
Video: On the Ground for SB 1070 Ruling
Jorge Martin Melchor
June 27, 2012
The Supreme Court ruled June 25 that Arizona’s local law enforcement can be required to ask about someone's legal status if they have reason to believe they are in the country ille...
Ancient Irrigation in Sonoran Desert Shows Humans’ Longstanding ‘Love-Hate’ Relationship With Environment
June 19, 2012
Current debates about climate change notwithstanding, humans have tried to harness their environment since time immemorial, from the invention of fire to irrigation...
Arizona High School Baseball Team Forfeits Championship Rather Than Play Against a Girl
May 18, 2012
BuzzFeed.com has alerted us to story of Arizona high school Our Lady of Sorrows Academy forfeiting the Arizona Charter Athletic Association HIgh School Baseball League championship...
Despite Arizona's Ethnic Studies Ban, Students Can Still Enroll in Native Programs
May 18, 2012
With an ethnic studies ban now in place in Arizona’s public and charter schools, many Native Americans in the state who live off-reservation are wondering where they can send their...
Dust, Thunder and Hail Storms Zap Phoenix Area
May 10, 2012
The Phoenix area got smacked with a double-whammy on Wednesday as both a dust storm and thunderstorm wreaked a bit of havoc, though no injuries were reported...
Award-Winning Mexican American Studies Director Fired Amid Protests
May 09, 2012
After being called “one of the most influential educators in the 20th century” by the Zinn Education Project, Sean Arce, director of the Tucson Unified School District’s banned Mex...
Arizona's Best-Known Saguaro Fruit Harvester
April 10, 2012
Stella Tucker, saguaro cactus fruit harvester, shows a new picker how her Tohono O'odham tribe has harvested the fruit of the desert for centuries...
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Tohono O’odham Nation Mourns Loss of Former Chairman
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