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May the 4th Be With You - Native Style
5 Indigenous Women Who Get History Right
Fort McMurray Wildfires: 80K Evacuated
Teach for America Wants Natives for STEM
Navajo Girl Mourned; Police Make Arrest
Larry Mitchell Strikes the Right Chords
Johns: 'Please Free Leonard Peltier’
NMAI Gala to Honor Six Standouts
Libs or GOP: Still Colonialism to Me
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Washington Team Files Special Petition
Native, Woman-Owned Firm Wins Award
Purification Gathering in Arizona May 5
11-Year-Old Navajo Girl Found Dead
‘Paying to Pray’ in Northern California?
‘Off the Reservation’ — Teachable Moment
Miss Indian World 2016: Danielle Finn
More Than 115 to Graduate from Bacone
Sewailo Golf Course Named Top in AZ
Facing Banishment And Disenrollment
Thing About Skins
Report: Obama’s National Monument Designations Bring in $156 Million
Sara Weber, Cronkite News
National monuments designated by President Barack Obama are adding $156 million to their local economies a year, according to a study of the 10 most recently named monuments spanni...
The Reservation Economic Summit's Powerful and Growing 30-Year Influence
When Gary Davis describes the vast opportunities and monumental impact of the annual Reservation Economic Summit (RES), he consistently calls it "powerful." "Our work — and it's a ...
Advance Registration for 30th Annual RES Event Ends Friday
Special rates for the National Reservation Economic Summit ( National RES ) expire Friday, February 26...
Carbon Credits Help Tribes Preserve Culture, Climate and Bottom Line
The National Indian Carbon Coalition (NICC), a tribal non-profit, has received a three-year, $300,000 grant to improve access to carbon markets in Indian country, enabling tribes t...
Senecas to Build Housing Development on Historic Land
The Seneca Nation of Indians has informed the Town of Collins, New York, that they will be moving forward with a housing development on a 55-acre parcel of land that the Seneca Nat...
Major Economic Development Projects Underway For Three Native Nations
SEATTLE – Three Native Nations in Washington are in the midst of significant economic development projects worth more than $100 million and creating more than 1,000 jobs...
Tribal E-Commerce Conference Focuses on ‘Wiring the Rez’
ASU College of Law
The physical realities of modern Indian country sometimes hamper or limit the digital economic opportunities available for Indian nations...
New Philanthropy Guide Brings Indigenous Funding to the Fore
Indigenous Peoples are emerging as key global players when it comes to environmental issues, human rights, climate change and food security...
USET Focuses on Economic Development at Annual Meeting
Gale Courey Toensing
The United South and Eastern Tribes kicked off its annual meeting Monday (October 26) with a major focus on the organization’s newest initiative: tribal economic development...
Gov. Anoatubby Begins Eighth Term, Continues Four Decades of Service to Chickasaws
Chickasaw Nation Release
Chickasaw Nation Governor Bill Anoatubby marked the beginning of his unprecedented eighth consecutive term as governor during the historic inauguration ceremony October 1 in the At...
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