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National Recognition for Tribal Health
The World’s Largest Voting Booth
Russian Tiger Defects; Pumpkin Riots
Duane Champagne’s Self-Determination
Parched Southwest: the 'Story of Water'
Grave Robbing, Curses, and Customs
How Racist Are You?
Family Tradition Leads Birdwell to VA
Oklahoma-Based Tribes Looking to Expand
Deconstructing the Doctrine of Discovery
EPA Doles Out $43 Million for Drought
Two Weeks to Go Until Election Day
Skwachàys Lodge: Social Good + Culture
UNITY Youth Serve as Grand Marshals
Janet Rogers' Peace in Duress
Attacked Transgender Woman Is Speaking
Ebola Fears Overshadow Our Flu Threat
Fairbanks Four Get Hearing Nov. 10
Walking to Prevent Suicide in November
NIGA-Blue Stone Create Economic Guide
Thing About Skins
Whiteclay Burn Victim Begins Long Medical—and Legal—Journey
“He may never have full use of his hands again,” said Patricia White Bear Claws, of her longtime companion, Bryan Blue Bird Jr., who was severely injured in an early-March prescrib...
$13,500 to Kill Sacred White Buffalo in Texas—Can This Be True?
American Indians across the internet are flocking to the website of Texas Hunt Lodge today—and not because they're planning a hunting trip...
She Helps Her People Avoid Diabetes
Helen Oliff for National Relief Charities
Exercising promotes weight loss and helps muscle cells use glucose...
"A Song For The Horse Nation" Exhibit at the National Museum of the American Indian
Out of the earth I sing for them, A Horse nation I sing for them, out of the earth I sing for them, the animals I sing for them...
ABC Airs Documentary About Pine Ridge, Indian Country Tunes In
On Friday, October 14th, the ABC television network aired "Hidden America: Children of the Plains," an episode of 20/20 hosted by Diane Sawyer that highlighted the lives of Native ...
Pine Ridge: Do You Want to Know More?
The recent episode of the ABC news show 20/20 , "Hidden America: Children of the Plains," has sparked national interest in the stories of the people living on Pine Ridge...
Traditional Ceremonies a Big Part of Vietnam Vet Ed McGaa’s Life
For Marine Corps fighter pilot Major Ed McGaa (Eagle Man), traditional Oglala Lakota ceremony played a large part before, during and after his eventful tour of combat in Vietnam...
14th Annual Crazy Horse Ride
The 14 th annual Crazy Horse Ride at Fort Robinson begins on Monday, June 6, which this year will dedicate a portion of the U.S...
Denver-based Our Native Healing Center to Focus on Respect
DENVER—Mental health treatment may become more fashionable—certainly more indigenous—if three Native women with a vision have their way...
Oglala Lakota Man Reclaims His Health in Documentary ‘Good Meat’
Good Meat reveals how a former high school star athlete, who became obese after years of poor diet and lack of exercise, reclaimed his health by returning to his traditional Oglala...
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Tribes Celebrate New Tax Law
7 Lakota Values That Are Difficult to Adhere to Today
Early Voting for Crow, Blackfeet (And A Future Oglala Lakota County?)
Get-Out-The-Vote Revs Up on Pine Ridge and Rosebud
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