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'Tonto's Giant Nuts' feat. Johnny Depp
Tribal Programs Cited for Innovation
Biden Credits Community with NTC Success
U.S. House Acts to Help Native Veterans
Jack Gladstone, Haida Dancers in Idaho
WI School District Drops Native Logo
SRMT and New York Reach Agreement
GIWC Sets Priorities for UNPFII
Best Indian Food 2013: Roasted Salmon
Hoops Pioneer Cliff Johns Shares
Arctic Council Balances Ice and Business
Haudenosaunee Grand Council on Councils
Chad 'Corntassel' Smith Excerpt
Chickasaw Photography Deadline Extended
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UNPFII and Social Media
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Cherokee 'I Believe Guy' Breaks Guinness World Record on TruTV
March 14, 2013
Cherokee Nation citizen and motivational speaker Brian Jackson added another world record to his already 15 records...
NAJA Concerned About Mainstream Media's Portrayal of Native Americans
August 08, 2012
Jeff Harjo, executive director of the Native American Journalists Association, released the following statement regarding the portrayal of Native Americans in mainstream media: "Th...
Institute of American Indian Arts Featured on NBC Nightly News
June 12, 2012
IAIA valedictorian Jamie Figueroa at commencement on May 11...
Singing War Hero on America’s Got Talent Proved a Fraud
June 06, 2012
The news in recent weeks has been overrun by the idea of a zombie apocalypse, and of fraudulent claims whether in identity or of a hero’s story...
Bill Clinton Read Hungrily About Chiefs as a Kid
December 20, 2011
Former President Bill Clinton appeared on the Today Show this morning to recommend his holiday book picks...
Karuk Journalist Determined to Get Native Stories in Mainstream Media
Eisa Nefertari Ulen
August 30, 2011
Like so many epic battles, Chiara Sottile’s campaign to get more visibility for American Indians started on a playground...
Suit Filed Against NBC by American Indian Former Employee
Gale Courey Toensing
August 17, 2011
An American Indian man has sued NBCUniversal for discrimination and other civil-rights violations two years after he claims fellow workers taunted him with racial remarks and hung ...
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