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Saginaw Chippewa Appeals NLRB Ruling
Stealing Children: A Look at Removal
Indian Mortgage Programs Now Cost More
Arizona’s Indian Gaming Phenomenon
Welfare Exclusion Act: Hollow Win?
A Movie About the Origins of Everything
Muscogee (Creek) Partner With USDA
Tribes, WA State Unite Vs. Oil Trains
Turning Stone Unveils 'Next Big Thing'
Greg Grey Cloud's Honor Song on KXL
Hey, Matt Lauer!
Remembering Alcatraz Occupation
Interior’s Mike Connor On Land Buy-Back
Coin Design Honors Code Talkers
Nothing Says Comfort Like Fall Soups
26.2 Miles, 839 Rubik's Cubes
10 Things About Alaska Natives
Sioux Mother to Return to Court for Sons
Disestablishing Doctrine of Domination
Books That Get Native Nuances Right
Thing About Skins
Alaska’s Prince of Wales Island
Mention Alaska and there are usually two kinds of reactions—a smile from people who have been there and are eager to return, and that wistful look from those who have never been an...
Meskwaki Tribe Receives Grant for Sewing and Language Project
Influences of the modern world linger outside, but for two hours twice a week, mothers and girls are sitting with elder women in the Meskwaki Senior Center sewing traditional cloth...
Newest Face of Gerber Is Native
The newest face of Gerber, 8-month-old Mary Jane Montoya from Fresno, California, is of mixed heritage...
Offensive Banners Waved at Homecoming Game in New York
Students and administrators at Lewiston-Porter High School in Youngstown, New York, are apologizing for questionable banners used during the school’s homecoming football game Octob...
Native American Heritage Month: Legend Keeper to Share Stories in North Carolina
Ramona Moore Big Eagle, Tuscarora/Cherokee, an oral historian and Legend Keeper of the Tuscarora Nation of North Carolina, will share stories at Lenoir-Rhyne University on November...
Native American Heritage Month: ‘Where I am From,’ a Poem By Turtle Mountain Seventh-Grader Trevis LaRocque
Seventh-grader Trevis J. LaRocque is a member of the Turtle Mountain Band of Chippewa in Belcourt, North Dakota...
After Controversial Ishi Play, University of California, Berkeley Co-Sponsors Indigenous Peoples Day Celebration to Promote Healing
Last spring, the University of California, Berkeley, produced a historically inaccurate and graphically violent play about Ishi, the famous California Indian, which caused some Ame...
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