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Cali's Attack on Big Lagoon Is Absurd
Alliance Recruiting Language Instructors
Lakota Chef Serves Pre-Colonization Menu
Wit and Wisdom About Wall Street
AIANTA Secures Board of Directors
Tribes Celebrate New Tax Law
From Confrontation to Collaboration
USGS Engages With Tribes in New Policy
Yav Pa Irahiv: Happy New Year
OSU Recruits Native Students to STEM
10 Quotes on Indians by Celebrities
Eight Indigenous Names for Ferry
10 Back to School Items
Tule River Powwow Ends With Proposal!
California Tribes: 'Water Is Sacred'
Pow Wow Dance Style Origins:
Vern Traversie Case Will Go To Trial
People of the Hemp, Part 2
State Magic in the UN HLPM
Keystone Senate’s First Bill?
Thing About Skins
Plan Nord to Include Protection for 50 Percent of Northern Quebec
Quebec Premier Jean Charest has announced a plan to protect 50 percent of the province’s northern wilderness from industrial development with a strategy that leans heavily upon con...
Growth of Northwest Tribes Outpaces General Population
Membership in Northwest tribes has grown faster than the general population, reports Northwest News Network. This growth has strained some tribes and strengthened others...
Osoyoos Indian Band Land to Host New Prison
The Osoyoos Indian Band is about to be home to British Columbia’s newest provincial prison...
Native Proposes Reservation Business
From the halls and classrooms of urban academia, one Native American is touting a plan that could make it possible for people to stay on rural reservations and earn a fairly decent...
Patterson: Bundling the Arrows
Gale Courey Toensing
The United South and Eastern Tribes’ motto – “Because there is strength in unity” – answers an implied question: Why should the south and eastern tribes unite?...
NCAI's State of Indian Nations: Looking for Federal 'Flexibility'
WASHINGTON – The state of Indian nations is “strong,” but in order to be stronger, they need the federal government to be flexible, according to a speech delivered by Jefferson Kee...
New Executive Tribal Planning Certificate Program Begins This Month
Eastern Washington University’s Executive Tribal Planning Certificate Program kicks off this month. The 23-credit graduate level program begins January 9...
Tribal Governments Receive $15 Million in Grants for Transportation
Indian country received news on December 1 by Ray LaHood, U.S...
Tribes, Kibbutzim, and Iron Cages
Both Indian tribes and Israeli kibbutzim, plural for kibbutz, have engaged in alternative ways of economic production and organization...
Legislative Bills, Turkish Business Could Help Tribal Economic Development
The House Natural Resources Subcommittee on Indian and Alaska Native Affairs held a hearing on November 3 to discuss legislation that would spur economic activity and create jobs o...
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My Peace Corps Experience as a Native American
Portal to Provide Training, Education For American Indian Entrepreneurs
Red Lake Officials to Hold Rare Meeting with Bemidji City Council and Mayor
Native Leaders Applaud Passage of Tribal General Welfare Exclusion Act
Indigenous Philanthropy Forms a Brooklyn Footnote to WCIP and Climate Week
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