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He's the Defender, Here to Rescue You
Explosive Industrial Fire in Williston
USDA Awards Grants to Native Communities
Ty Thompson Score First MLL Goal
Ho-Chunk Inc. CEO Receives Award
Navajo Youth Attends Meeting With Pres
10th Century’s Most Popular Sport
10 Hairless Animals: Don't Look Away
Veteran Channels PTSD Into MMA Career
Coeur d'Alene to Nugent: No Thanks
Colleges Focusing on Native Culture
President Obama Engages Native Youth
Crowdfunding to Regenerate the NAICOB
Tribe Says City’s Logo is not Offensive
Vandals Trash Residential School Statue
Indians Not Worth Traffic Sign
Video: A New Kind of Warrior
Canadian Women Missing, Murdered
Illegal Pot Farms Parching Yurok Land
San Juan Island's Iconic House Posts
Thing About Skins
Valerie Taliman’s 2010 Series on Missing and Murdered Women
Hundreds of aboriginal women have been reported missing or murdered across Canada over the past 20 years...
The Power of Cherokee Women
In February of 1757, the great Cherokee leader Attakullakulla came to South Carolina to negotiate trade agreements with the governor and was shocked to find that no white women wer...
National Call for Inquiry into Deaths of Hundreds of Native Women
Part 5 of 5 VANCOUVER, British Columbia—The “Missing Women Investigation Review” released by the Vancouver police Department August 20 documented widespread deficiencies in investi...
Canada’s Racist Policies to Blame for National Tragedy
Part 4 of 5 SAGKEENG FIRST NATION, Manitoba—At a gathering of traditional healers and spiritual leaders in the Turtle Lodge earlier this summer, the national tragedy of more than 5...
Turning Anger into Action
Part 3 of 5 VANCOUVER, British Columbia—Through their work at the Aboriginal Women’s Action Network and a local rape crisis center, Cherry Smiley and Laura Holland are on the front...
Trafficking Our Children
Editor’s note: This is the first in a five-part special series examining the disappearance and murders of hundreds of First Nations girls and women in Canada...
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Culture Bearers: 5 Carvers Who Kept Northwest Coast Carving Alive, Part 1
Video: Oh Kanata! Indigenous Peoples Celebrate Canada Day With Proper Lyrics
Culture Bearers: 5 Carvers Who Kept Northwest Coast Carving Alive, Part 2
Toronto Program Helps Female Indigenous Ex-Inmates Heal and Regain Their Pride
Video: Yukon's Peel Watershed Is Imperiled, and Here's Why You Should Care
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