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'Dreamland:..America’s Opiate Epidemic'
Amazing Eagle Released by Sacred Friends
Oklahoma Tribes Protect Monarchs
Trump Riot in New Mexico
Keepseagle Fast-Track Process Begins
Walking On at 8, But Born to Dance
Yazzie-Mintz Honored by Harvard
Sacred Deer Return to Jalisco, Mexico
SIPI Students Transform Desert Into Mars
Sen. John McCoy: I Oppose Disenrollment
Coal Terminal: ‘Looking at Options’
NMAI: Stop Auction of Remains & Items
Angriest Indian Author: Adrian C. Louis
Harsh Wildfire Season on West Coast
Native Students Enjoy IAIA Graduation
What Comes After #NoIWontJustMoveOn?
Read It and Eat: Literacy and Lunch
Tawna Sanchez: ‘We Did It’
Teaching O’odham History in Arizona
Missing Men from Pine Ridge Found Dead
Thing About Skins
Library of Congress Taps Louise Erdrich for Top Literary Honor
Famed award-winning Ojibwe writer Louise Erdrich has earned the highest literary honor in the land: She will receive the Library of Congress Prize for American Fiction during the 2...
Native Writers and Audiences Come Together at Indigenous Reading Series
Bill Wetzel, Blackfeet, is trying to do something he doesn’t think has been done before...
Montana Community Unites to Save Sherman Alexie Book From Being Banned
About 150 people—half of whom were Natives—crowded into a Billings, Montana School District 2 boardroom in overwhelming support of Sherman Alexie’s critically acclaimed 2007 novel,...
Mourning Dove Soars: Celebrate the First Native Woman to Publish a Novel
She was taught to read with dime novels, and according to family legend was born in a canoe between 1884 and 1888...
RED INK Call for Submissions Extended to Halloween
RED INK Magazine is looking for submissions for its fall issue. Any Native of any age is welcome to submit...
Amherst College Acquires Rare Native Book Collection
According to a release by Amherst College it is the “most complete collection of Native American literature and history in existence,” and it’s now at the college’s Frost Library i...
Osage Ballerina Maria Tallchief Walks On at 88
Osage ballerina Maria Tallchief broke ground for Native American ballet dancers and was not only one of George Balanchine’s wives, but an inspiration to him...
Reclaiming Her Identity: A Conversation With Native Adoptee and Author Susan Fedorko
Susan Fedorko was 40 years old when she found her birth family—or rather, when a long-lost sister found her...
Great Plains Writers’ Conference Examines the Legacy of Vine Deloria Jr., Call for Papers
The Great Plains Writers’ Conference will be held March 24-26, 2013 and will feature a program on the legacy of Lakota author Vine Deloria Jr...
World Government And World Citizens
Many pessimists think that the only way out of our economic and political challenges is by organizing a world government and designating everyone on this planet a “world citizen”...
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