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Native Engineering Students Win at NASA
The 2016 ICTMN Native Golf Directory
Remember Peltier - but also Joe Stuntz
Destruction Accelerating at Sacred Site
Susie Islands Return to Grand Portage
Roosevelt: ‘Only Good Indians Are Dead'
It Wasn’t Radical Islam That Killed 49
SCOTUS Upholds Gun Ban for Abusers
Apply Now! Sealaska Artist Residencies
Make America Native Again Hat Goes Viral
128 Teams at NABI - Go Rezball!
Eastern Shawnee Begins $34M Expansion
Manning: After Removal, Tribes Return
Bertha Cáceres on Military Hit List
California Trees Have $1bn Street Value
Nurse-Interpreters Save Patients & Docs
I Am a Silent Rape Victim
Dreams on Dry Dock for Now
The Week That Was: June 26, 2016
4 Sacred Places That Need Your Prayers
Thing About Skins
Wildfires on Blackfeet Nation Land Destroy Homes, Land
Gale Courey Toensing
Dozens of firefighters were conducting mop-up operations on January 5 after two massive wildfires blazed for more than 15 hours through thousands of acres in Blackfeet Nation terri...
Obama Signs Historic Cobell Settlement
WASHINGTON – President Barack Obama signed the $3.4 billion Cobell settlement into law Dec...
It Ain’t Easy Being Arctic
Goods shipped to Nunavut, in the Canadian Arctic, commonly cost astronomically more than items sold farther south, for obvious reasons...
Pendleton to Sell White Buffalo-Hair Blankets
Pendleton Woolen Mills is making Navajo-style “medicine blankets” of blended wool and white buffalo hair shed by a unique breed of bison, The Oregonian reported ...
Arctic National Wildlife Refuge
The largest protected wilderness in the United States, the Arctic National Wildlife Refuge is a 19.3 million acre expanse of roadless terrain roughly the size of South Carolina...
Decrying a ‘War on Bison’
NY Cayugas Contest Out-of-State Tribe Smoke Shop
The Cayuga Indian Nation of New York was contacting state and Seneca County officials to stop the Seneca-Cayuga Tribe of Oklahoma from selling untaxed cigarettes and gas from its S...
A Grim 175th Anniversary
On December 29, 1835, Cherokee leaders signed the New Echota treaty, and thereafter began the journey westward known as the Trail of Tears...
New Rules for Graves and Repatriation Act
Robert L. Kelly, a professor of anthropology at the University of Wyoming, wrote an op-ed piece in the Dec...
President Re-Elect Barack Obama, in Beads, by Marcus Amerman
The day after President Barack Obama's re-election victory , his supporters are taking to social media with positive images -- and it's our experience (your mileage may vary) that ...
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