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‘Wards of the Federal Government’?
Congress Moves to Protect Alaska's Women
AMERIND Risk, NAIHC Offers Package Deal
Boycott Ralph Lauren
LA Times: The Toll of Coal on the Navajo
Keene: Our Ancestors Are Not Your Props!
5 Bristol Bay Nuggets: The White House
The Perfect Stocking Stuffer!
Family Alleges Misty Upham Was Murdered
The Colossus of Chamberlain, SD
Native Designer, Artist Opens Boutique
Indigenous Rights Get Little Mention
Native Leaders Appointed to Positions
What Does Marijuana Memo Mean for Hemp?
Love of the Game; Hope of the People
Archaeologists Discover 13,800-Year-Old
Crime and Violence in Indian Country
Gov. Cuomo: No Fracking in New York
Fire Damages Native Exhibit in NYC
A Tribe Called Red in 'Gambler' Trailer
Thing About Skins
San Francisco Peaks to Get 20 More Years of Sewage Snow
The City of Flagstaff has extended the controversial Snowbowl’s wastewater contract for 20 years...
Raid Targets Illegal Marijuana Farms Sapping Yurok’s Drought-Plagued Water Supply
The drought in California is exacerbating the effect that illegal marijuana farms have on the Yurok ’s water supply, and on July 21 federal and state agencies raided several proper...
Sacred Site Advocates Ask Senate to Heed Keith Harper Concerns
Wayland Gray, a Muscogee (Creek) Nation citizen and sacred site advocate, finds himself in a David versus Goliath-type situation. Gray says he wants the U.S...
Quapaw Tribe Discovers Slave Cemetery on Newly Acquired Ancestral Land
The Quapaw Tribe recently purchased some land in Little Rock, Arkansas, but was surprised at what they discovered there—an unmarked slave cemetery, reports KARK Channel 4 ...
Quapaw Tribe, Arkansas National Guard Sign MOU For Sacred Places
Sacred places for many tribes are scattered across the country, oftentimes away from a tribe’s current home...
Tiger Thankful for Hickory Ground Ancestors Day of Mourning Support
The following is a statement by Muscogee Principal Chief George Tiger: The Muscogee (Creek) Nation wishes to thank all who observed December 17, 2013 as a Day of Mourning for our H...
Video: Photographer Lends Voice to Fight for Longhorn Mountain
Tulsa, Oklahoma-based photographer Phillip Baily has now put his stamp on the fight for Longhorn Mountain, a sacred site to the Kiowa people...
What Would Native Independence Day Look Like?
As the rest of the country celebrates its Independence Day, it has left us wondering what a Native American Independence Day would look like...
With Desecrated Grounds Healed, Fort William First Nation Pow Wow Goes On
In May, the Mount McKay Pow Wow Grounds on Fort William First Nation in Ontario were desecrated by a group of reportedly Caucasian men driving 4x4 sport trucks, as first reported b...
Solstice and Supermoon Dominate This Weekend as Summer Arrives
Summer has officially dawned, bathing Turtle Island and the rest of the Northern Hemisphere in the most sunshine it will get all year...
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