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6 Tribes That Received FEMA Relief
Flourless Thin Mints for the Holidays
Cherokee Devotes Time Tribe's Betterment
An Oil Company’s Misleading Art
Law Expert on Task Force for Native Kids
Wash Post Readers Say Change 'Redskins'
Remembering Nelson Mandela 1918-2013
Sacajawea: Important to U.S. History
Video: Treaty or Not? Ep. 4
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Triqui Boys Defeat San Antonio Spurs
Anti-Apartheid Leader Mandela Has Died
Mass. Sues Aquinnah Wampanoag for Gaming
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Music Video Shows Drugs, Violence on Rez
Rev. Rallies Clergy to Change 'Redskins'
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Seminoles Retrace Polly Parker’s Escape
Coyote Thoughts: Courage and the Dentist
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Anaya Offers Mixed Feelings for Namibian Governments Indigenous Handlings
More than a month after the United Nations Special Rapporteur on the Rights of Indigenous Peoples, James Anaya, made public his report on the situation of Indigenous Peoples in Nam...
Dayamani Barla's Ellen L. Lutz Indigenous Rights Award Speech
On May 23 Dayamani Barla, an Indian journalist/activist, became the first recipient of the Ellen L. Lutz Indigenous Rights Award from the Cultural Survival group...
Save the Dates: Traditional Native Games Conference & Competitions
The International Traditional Games Society was organized in 1997 but will hold its first Traditional Native Games Conference & Competitions from June 26-28 at Salish Kootenai ...
Fawn Sharp Calls for Seating of Indigenous Nations in United Nations
Following the two-day international conference of indigenous nations in Alta, Norway on June 12, where the Alta Outcome Document and goals for the 2014 United Nations World Confere...
Tiny Tahiti Makes a Huge Splash in Brazil
U.S.'s Oldest Cave and Rock Art Discovered in Tennessee
At more than 6,000 years old, prehistoric cave and rock art found in what is today Tennessee is easily the oldest discovered yet within the United States...
Photos: Native Hawaiians Honor and Celebrate King Kamehameha
Lei draping ceremonies, parades and other festivities June 7-9 honored the legacy of King Kamehameha, who in 1795 was responsible for unifying the Hawaiian Islands...
Canada Marks Fifth Anniversary of Historic Residential School Apology
June 11 marks the fifth anniversary of the day that Prime Minister Stephen Harper formally apologized to aboriginals for the 150-year residential-schools period of the nation’s his...
Visit Nunavut's Mount Thor, World's Steepest, Tallest Cliff
In Auyuittuq National Park on remote Baffin Island in Canada's Nunavut territory is Mount Thor, the world's steepest, tallest cliff...
NYC's Gateway to Nations Pow Wow in Photos
Thousands of visitors from across New York City and surrounding areas turned out for the 19th Annual Gateway to Nations Pow Wow at Floyd Bennett Field in Flatlands, Brooklyn May 31...
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