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Wallace Ben: Sand Painter, Medicine Man
Nine Women Vying to Be Crowned Miss Nat
Got a Tribal Housing Dream?
Video: Inuit Woman Plucks Bird on Subway
Four-Day Run in Celebration of Sobriety
Morris Named Director of ASU’s AIPI
Surfing’s Hidden Roots in Peru
Giraffe Dies on South Africa Highway
Sonny Sixkiller Buys the Redskins
Carter Camp AIM Poster Art, 1973
Aping Human Violence; Virginian Values
Nonprofit Needs School Supply Donations
Pow Wow Weekend Planner August 1-3
Long Walk: Hiking the Path of the Navajo
Navajo Nation Stops Uranium Mining Deal
Chickasaw Cultural Center Celebrates 4
Native Mascots Harm Youth Every Day
The Immigration Crisis Is a Sham
Video: Alaska Is Melting
On Job-Killing Legislation in Senate
Thing About Skins
The Political Wit and Wisdom of Will Rogers
Will Rogers, the Paint Clan Cherokee cowboy turned entertainer turned political pundit, used to say he did not make jokes...
Award-Winning Osage Poet Elise Paschen Will Read at the Mitchell Museum of the American Indian
Award-winning Chicago poet and editor Elise Paschen, descendant of an Osage Indian chief, will read from her recent work at 5:30 p.m...
Memorializing the Indian Removal Act of 1830
Memorial Day in the Osage is a big deal, and deservedly so....
Video Spotlight: Scenes From Oklahoma Native American Youth Language Fair
In it’s 10 th year, the purpose of the Oklahoma Native American Youth Language Fair ( ONAYLF ), according to Mary Linn, is to “encourage young people to learn their Native language...
What Should Tribal Nations Expect From Wall Street?
Diane J. Schmidt
Every day, we read headlines blaring about potential default across Europe, looming U.S. deficits, currency spikes and volatile equity markets around the world...
The Dawes Act Started the U.S. Land-Grab of Native Territory
Gale Courey Toensing
Today, February 8, marks the 125th anniversary of the notorious Dawes Act . This is part one of a three-part series on this devastating bit of legislation...
E-Waste Recycling Supports Native Values of Environmental Protection, Self-Sufficiency
Patti Jo King
In January 2011, the Choctaw Nation of Oklahoma (CNO) inaugurated an innovative program designed to dismantle and recycle used electronic and computer products, to prevent improper...
Language Preservationists in Oklahoma Scramble to Revive Endangered Tribal Tongues
By the time Osage toddlers learn to speak, their first words are in English. It was not always this way, of course...
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