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Inside the 22nd Annual World Hoop Dancing Championship at the Heard Museum
The World Championship Hoop Dance competition held last weekend in Phoenix, Arizona mixed history and tradition with contemporary creativity...
Abramoff Whistle-Blower Tom Rodgers Creates Scholarship for Native Students
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The man who blew the whistle on former Republican lobbyist Jack Abramoff has established a full-ride law school scholarship for American Indian students and has called it the Tom C...
Spirit of Giving: Holiday Gifts for Those Dark Winter Days
From award winners to classics in the making, a slew of books is worth putting on one’s gift list at holiday time...
A Tribally Owned and Operated Hunting Magazine Aims to Reconnect Past to Present
If optimism and hard work are the determining criteria for success, some dedicated Chippewa Cree members from the Rocky Boy Indian Reservation in Montana may just make things work ...
Montana Catholic Church, Ursulines Face Sexual-Abuse Charges
On Tuesday, September 27, Tamaki Law of Yakima, Washington, and Morales Law Office of Missoula, Montana, filed a complaint against the Roman Catholic Diocese of Helena (Montana) an...
Rarity: A Coffee-Table Book in Cree
Marion Cox carries a pole past a stretched hide drying on a line on Fort George Island. / Marion Cox transportant un poteau devant une peau mise à sécher sur l’île de Fort George...
Tributes to the Life and Times of Gordon Tootoosis
First Nations actor, politician and mentor to many Gordon Tootoosis died at age 69 on July 5, and he is being remembered fondly around the Web...
Acclaimed Cree Actor Gordon Tootoosis Passes
First Nations and Canadians in politics and the arts are mourning the acclaimed Cree actor Gordon Tootoosis, who died on July 5...
Documentary Series Chronicles James Bay Treaty Negotiations
It’s an epic struggle, one that has gone on since 1971 between the Quebec government and the Cree and Inuit opponents of the largest hydroelectric project in the world: a plan to d...
Christian Crees Tear Down Sweat Lodge
When Redfern Mianscum built a sweat lodge in his Cree community last October, he was hoping it would bring about spiritual healing...
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