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An Inaugural Pow Wow in Historic Town
Justice for Mayans in Guatemala
Poarch Student No Fine, Gets Diploma
Theismann Says 'Redskins' Honors Natives
Paula Deen Confesses to Using 'N' Word
Ted Nolan Doesn't LIke the R-Word
Marisa Quinn on Johnny Depp as Tonto
"Popo" Eruption Rattles 25-Mile Radius
Senate Approves Tribal Amendment
Go Blue! Michigan LAX Doc wins Emmy
Rock, Rattle & Drum PowWow Ready to Roll
Documentary 'Regaining Food Sovereignty'
National Sacred Places Prayer Days
Why Shouldn't I Work for the NSA?
Gray Rejects Plea Over Hickory Ground
Radnor Red Raider Mascot No Longer Red
Oneida Nation Presents Check
Lakota Educator, Author Walks On
Paul Frank Taps Four Native Designers
Brewer Arrested at Whiteclay Protest
Things About Skins
Concordia Will Soon Become First University in Quebec to Offer Indigenous Studies Degree
October 17, 2012
While Concordia University in Montreal, Quebec has offered a major in First Peoples studies since 2010, students can’t graduate with a degree in it until it’s approved by the Minis...
Winnipeg Researchers Get $500K For Residential Schools Digital Storytelling Project
October 14, 2012
A $500,000 grant from the Aboriginal Healing Foundation will help the University of Winnipeg’s Oral History Centre produce a digital storytelling project to document the intergener...
Brookfield Renewable Power Donates 100 Acres of Sacred Mohawk Land to Hiawatha Institute for Indigenous Knowledge
October 05, 2012
On September 28, Brookfield Renewable Power, Inc...
Inuit Group Seeks Funding on Wall Street to Mine Nunavut for Metals, Minerals
September 27, 2012
Charlie Evalik (nunatsiaqonline.ca) An Inuit group from Canada's Nunavut territory comes to Wall Street today to pitch investors for financing for start-up mining and exploration p...
When Elections and Pow Wows Mix: Voter ID Card Amendment's Attack on Sovereignty in Minnesota
September 23, 2012
Visitors from around the United States and Canada came to the Red Lake Indian Reservation in northern Minnesota at the end August and early September with nothing but positive thin...
Alberta Mounties Will Investigate Aboriginal Petroglyph Damage
September 19, 2012
The Royal Canadian Mounted Police (RCMP) are investigating the September 9 desecration of Glenwood Erratic, an ancient aboriginal sacred site in Alberta, Canada ...
Aboriginal Petroglyphs Destroyed By Vandals Armed With Acid and a Drill
September 18, 2012
A rock drill, acid and a power washer; it’s not the beginning of a joke about a hardware store—it’s what was used by cultural vandals to destroy aboriginal pictograms and petroglyp...
Cowichan Tribe Member Richard Peter Wins Gold at Paralympic Games
September 17, 2012
Richard Peter is going out on top. Peter, who turned 40 on Sept. 10, has reaffirmed his intentions to stop playing on the international wheelchair basketball scene...
Elections 2012: A Native Legislator Saves Canada
September 12, 2012
How much political power does one person have? Well, one Native legislator’s vote forced Canada to consider indigenous rights during its debate over its constitution...
Missing the Laughter in the Language—A People’s Voice Silenced
September 05, 2012
Imagine waking up each morning to the sound of your nine brothers and sisters getting ready for the day...
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Sacred Pow Wow Grounds Desecrated
Truck Carrying Oversize Drilling Equipment Hits Interstate 5 Bridge Support Beams, Span Collapses
The Pow Wow MC's MC, Howie Thomson, Wants to Make You Laugh
Arctic Journeys/Ancient Memories: Inuit Sculptor Abraham Anghik Ruben
Unearthed Clam Gardens Help Tell History of Russell Island Aboriginals
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