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50 Faces of Indian Country, Part III
Big Room to Grow in Mortgage Vet Program
White Fear of Colored Unity
Nicaragua Canal Protest, 15,000 Strong
Shinnecock Call for Youth to Unite
Investigation Ends Into Circle Bear
Better Way to Get Money
Labor Day Weekend Pow Wow to Draw Crowds
Hungry Polar Bears Trap Arctic Team
5 More Native Casinos That Tell Stories
7 Things You Should Know: Pequot Nation
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Manning: Youth Battle Sisseton 'Redmen'
Rallying the Vote, On and Off Reserve
Smoker Broaddus Named Educator of Year
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Book Chronicles Colville Termination
Wildfires Showing Improvement
6 Native Alternatives to Junk Food
Thing About Skins
Video: Black Mesa’s Dirty Business: Slow Death by Coal
Jorge Martin Melchor
In northern Arizona's Black Mesa region, many Navajo are hoping President Barack Obama’s policy to move away from fossil fuels will help reduce environmental and health concerns fr...
Monster Slayers: Can the Navajo Nation Kick the Coal Habit?
“In the far back times of the Dine people, monsters roamed the lands. And in those times, there were great beings who were called upon to slay the monsters...
Navajo Nation Council Tables Navajo Generating Station Lease
The Navajo Nation Council has tabled a decision on a lease renewal with the Navajo Generating Station, the controversial, coal-fired power plant on tribal land near Page, Arizona...
Hopi Elders Speak Out on Senate Bill 2109
A group of Hopi elders has added their voices against the Navajo-Hopi Little Colorado River Water Rights Settlement Act of 2012...
Black Mesa Shouldering the Burden of Navajo-Hopi Water Project
Black Mesa is among the most remote and traditional communities on the vast Navajo Nation...
Navajo Aquifer Concerns May Prove True
For years, Native opponents of a massive strip mine on Black Mesa in northern Arizona have said longstanding extractive practices of Peabody Energy Corp...
Sacred Sites—Concern Extends Across Country
Ben Shelly, Navajo Nation president, is apologetic yet determined when it comes to one of the country’s special places, a place he calls “very important.” He is one of the leaders ...