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Navajo's ‘Mother Justice’ Walked On
20 Indian Homes Destroyed in Oklahoma
First Native Tewaaraton Award Finalist
Cherokees, USDA Consider Meat Processing
Obama's Prayer for Permanent Peace
23rd Annual Zuni Festival of Arts
Washburn Announces Patchak Patch Plan
I'm Not Your Indian Anymore: The AIM
Pow Wow Weekend Planner
Open Letter to the FIL General Assembly
Best Indian Food 2013: Red Chile Stew
Memorial Day at the Chickasaw Center
New Trial for Rios Montt
MBDA Announces Grant Competition
10 Tribes Get Clean-Energy Assistance
Honoring Our Fallen Warriors
Arctic Journeys/Ancient Memories
Cherokee Fading Voices Demonstration Day
Truth Time for Sand Creek Museum Exhibit
Chickasaw Nation Ready for Elections
Things About Skins
Letters in Cherokee: A Pen Pal Program Enhances Cultural Interactions
May 16, 2012
A pen pal program has immersion students from the Cherokee Nation of Oklahoma and the Eastern Band of Cherokee Indians in North Carolina exchanging letters and promoting stronger c...
Native Education Visionary Walks On
April 19, 2012
Ruth Roessel, who will forever be remembered for her work founding two schools on the Navajo Nation reservation with her husband, Robert Roessel Sr., walked on Friday, April 13 in ...
Native Languages Go International
April 17, 2012
With one stroke of an official pen, Colorado Gov...
Tim Speaks Ojibwe
March 11, 2012
Meet 16-year-old Tim. His YouTube channel—called PolyglotPal's—has nearly 500 subscribers and more than 87,000 views over the last year...
New Book Maps America’s Languages, Includes Navajo
March 06, 2012
Elizabeth Little In her new book, Trip of the Tongue: Cross-Country Travels in Search of America's Languages , author Elizabeth Little maps the many and varied languages of America...
Counting in Ojibwe
March 04, 2012
The preservation of Native American languages has taken on many forms, YouTube videos seem to be a lasting way for people to get lessons out to the general public...
Traditional Cheyenne Chief Walks On But Memories Remain
March 01, 2012
He was known in childhood as Mouse Trail and later, when a veteran, as Morning Killer. But he was more than the names he was given...
Native American Language Project Takes Another Step Forward
January 21, 2012
The Bemidji School District has jumped on the Bemidji Ojibwe Language Project bandwagon. Soon Ojibwe/English signage will hang throughout the district’s schools...
Golfer Has Drive to Help Native American Youth
January 14, 2012
Alexandrea Schulte I know very little—if anything—about the big-ticket game of golf . But Alexandrea “Alex” Schulte, 23, does...
What Wounded Knee Means to Me
Lindsey Catherine Cornum
December 29, 2011
Lindsey Catherine Cornum Most of the time I don't say, “Hi my name is Lindsey, and I'm an Indian.” I would feel false, insincere and presumptuous...
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