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Turning Stone Showroom Gets Top Honors
Kamaka Family Rocks the Ukulele
Santee Sioux Assert Tribal Sovereignty
The Many Sins of Pope Francis's Saints
Cyril Pahinui: Preserving Hawaii’s Music
Brenda J. Child Wins MN Literary Award
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Instant Horse Racing Machines Illegal
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Free Community College? Maybe
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Iron Eyes to Pope: Revoke Doctrine
Fashion Fights Sex-Trafficking
Tribal Leaders Must Talk About Disenroll
The Week That Was, October 5, 2015
Well For Culture: Elder Fitness, Yoga
Indigenous Tools Hold Sacred Power
The Pope & When Genocide Isn't Genocide
1st US Revolution: The Pueblo Revolt
Thing About Skins
Free College Tuition For Natives Threatened by Budget Knife
Before he even considered going to college, Byron Tsabetsaye ruled it out...
San Felipe Pueblo Runner Looking to Carry on Tradition in His Final Meets
If you listen to Christian Gering speak, he sounds like he’s carrying the weight of the world on his shoulders...
Youngest Miss Native American USA Promotes Arthritis Awareness
Nineteen-year-old April Yazza wants to spend the next 12 months encouraging Native women to take care of their joints...
Video: Being Native American From a Student’s Perspective
In this video, filmed at Fort Lewis College—a former Indian boarding school—in Durango, Colorado, students answer questions about being Native American...
A Man Called Tree: The Stepson of Iron Eyes Cody Is a Commanding Pow Wow Presence
Robert “Tree” Cody ’s presence is commanding—not just because of his height but because he is a multi-talented flutist, singer, dancer, MC, actor and educator...
Native Presence Grows on Colorado College Boards
Ernest House Jr., Ute Mountain Ute, executive secretary of the Colorado Commission of Indian Affairs, has been named to the Board of Trustees of Fort Lewis College, a former Indian...
Dancing to Celebrate Totem Pole's Unveiling
Native students from Alaska, the second-largest indigenous group at Colorado’s Fort Lewis College (FLC), got some special recognition January 16 at FLC’s Native American Center whe...
Fort Lewis College Obtains Totem Pole to Represent Alaska Native Students
A totem pole far to the south of its customary territory will recognize Alaska Native students, but it may also represent the beginning of an effort to honor different tribal group...
2012 Retrospective: September
Take a look back at September 2012's biggest stories from the pages of our weekly magazine, This Week From Indian Country Today ...
Scholarship Recipients Plan to Make a Difference in Native Communities
For those who want better medical care in their towns or on their reservations, or help for troubled families, or better schools, all these—and more—may be just down the road, when...
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