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A Movie About the Origins of Everything
Muscogee (Creek) Partner With USDA
Tribes, WA State Unite Vs. Oil Trains
Turning Stone Unveils 'Next Big Thing'
Greg Grey Cloud's Honor Song on KXL
Hey, Matt Lauer!
Remembering Alcatraz Occupation
Interior’s Mike Connor On Land Buy-Back
Coin Design Honors Code Talkers
Nothing Says Comfort Like Fall Soups
26.2 Miles, 839 Rubik's Cubes
10 Things About Alaska Natives
Sioux Mother to Return to Court for Sons
Disestablishing Doctrine of Domination
Books That Get Native Nuances Right
Petition to Change Squaw Island Park
Tribal Leaders Meet to Discuss GWE Act
Upper Peninsula Electric Rates to Rise
Video: Lakota Song in Senate Chambers
Moai Than Meets the Eye
Thing About Skins
University of Utah Shifts Focus to Tribal Languages, Some Fear World Indigenous Languages Will Be Left Behind
At the end of August, the University of Utah announced that the Center for American Indian Languages (CAIL) would be dissolved into the American West Center (AWC) and that CAIL’s N...
National Indian Education Association Names Cherokee Executive Director
The National Indian Education Association (NIEA) has selected Ahniwake Rose, Cherokee , as its new executive director. She will replace Dr...
Trouble in Paradise: Book Explores How Hawaii’s Monarchy Fell to the Sugar Barons
Julia Flynn Siler’s Lost Kingdom: Hawaii’s Last Queen, the Sugar Kings, and America’s First Imperial Adventure (Atlantic Monthly Press, 2012) is a meticulously researched narrative...
Transit of Venus, Hawaiian Natives and the Cosmos
It’s no accident that NASA and other institutions are broadcasting the 2012 transit of Venus from observatories on Hawaii...
What the Hail? Massive Ice Balls Drop in Oklahoma and ... Hawaii?
You've heard people say it, though you've perhaps not always believed it: "Hailstones the size of ______." Golf balls. Baseballs. Grapefruits...
An Evening of Hula at Carleton College
The Carleton College Weitz Center for Creativity Auditorium will be filled with the sights and sounds of traditional Hula April 7...
Slowly but Surely, Japanese Tsunami Debris Is on its Way
Debris washed out to sea by the tsunami that hit Japan nearly a year ago has been making its way slowly across the Pacific Ocean, and according to an AP report some of it could rea...
From Neglect to Healing and Joy: Coming to Terms With a Fragmented Past
For decades, musician-singer Sonia Lien hid her Native Hawaiian heritage...
Native Hawaiian Recognition Suffers Latest Setback
WASHINGTON – Native Hawaiians who want to be federally recognized as sovereign entities, much like American Indian tribal citizens, have suffered another setback from a U.S...
New Partnership Hopes to Reach 700 Hawaiians Across the State
A newly formed partnership was announced December 2 between the State of Hawaii Office of Hawaiian Affairs (OHA) and the nonprofit Council for Native Hawaiian Advancement (CNHA) th...
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Video: Native Hawaiians Explain Why the Goddess Pele and Her Lava Are Welcome Guests in Pahoa
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