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A Claimed Right of Reduction and the UN
What Rez Summers Will Feel Like in 2100
What's Wrong With This Music Video?
Keeping Zebra Mussel at Bay in Flathead
Kit Carson Park Keeps Its Name, for Now
Tribe Donates $900K for Water Treatment
Pow Wow Weekend Planner
When the Teacher Becomes the Student
New Zealand Honors the Creator's Game Wi
Chef Bitsoie’s Native Corn Chowder
5 Variations of Ceviche, an Inka Recipe
Montreal First Peoples Fest in August
ND Tribal ID’s Not Accepted for Voting?
Filmmaker Says Genocide Didn’t Happen
Organization Calls on ‘Redskins’ Corpora
Bering Strait Comes Crashing Down
Obama at Standing Rock: The Next Steps
VICE Visits Aboriginal Gangs in Peg City
Warbonnet Controversy Pushes Giants
Improving Spirit Lake Child Protection
Thing About Skins
Little Wolf River
This tributary to the Wolf River, in Wisconsin, is part of the territory of the Sokaogon Mole Lake Band of the Lake Superior Chippewa Community...
Northwest Territories, Canada
The remote reaches of northern Canada are fertile ground for traditional hunting and harvesting, providing a staple of First Nations diets...
Kyuquot Sound, Vancouver Island
This is some of the land covered by the Maa-nulth Treaty, the first modern-day treaty, which took nearly 20 years to negotiate but will rid five First Nations of the Indian Act for...
Ethereal But Ozone-eating
These ethereal polar clouds, stunning to look at, form when stratospheric temperatures drop below –108 Fahrenheit...
Canada's Boreal Forest
The Pew Environment Group, a U.S...
Misty Jungle Looks Back in Time
The Belize jungle is chock-full of Mayan archaeological zones.
Hoh Tribe's Pride and Joy
This idyllic pond is actually an overwintering habitat for young fish at the Hoh Tribe's hatchery along Chalaat Creek in Washington State...
Serene above the clouds, these Canadian peaks inspire reflection and an appreciation for the beauties that the People feel an obligation to preserve.
San Francisco Peaks
The San Francisco Peaks near Flagstaff, Arizona, are sacred to numerous tribes...
Hopi to Flagstaff: No Wastewater on SF Peaks
The City of Flagstaff's contract to convert 18 million gallons of wastewater into artificial snow for skiing on San Francisco Peaks should be a no-go, the Hopi Tribe told city offi...
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