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Coolidge: Adopted by Tribe
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Olympics-Bound Ashton Locklear: “Indian Country is in My Heart!”
Ashton Locklear, Lumbee, is going to the Summer Olympics in Rio...
Fire Destroys More Than 250 Homes, Kills Two in Lake Isabella Area
A fire swept across traditional Tubatulabal, Kawaiisu and Paiute lands this week, destroying more than 250 homes and buildings and killing two people...
‘Never Give Up Fighting’: 10 Things to Know About Nisqually Tribe
The theme of the 2016 Canoe Journey is Teqwu?ma?...
Coast Salish Nations Ramp up Efforts to Defeat Trans Mountain Pipeline Expansion in BC
Several Coast Salish nations are challenging—in courtrooms and in boardrooms—the Canada National Energy Board’s (NEB) recent recommendation that the federal government approve a th...
Birds’ Beaks Deformed in Alaska; Grants Help Researchers Investigate
Their beaks are elongated, curved or do not meet in the middle, impeding birds’ attempts at foraging, preening and keeping themselves warm and well fed, especially in winter...
28 Astounding Indigenous Cultural Events Coming to Pacific Northwest
Cultural events in the Pacific Northwest showcase the enduring beauty and diversity of the region’s indigenous cultures...
3 Native Artists Shaking Up Seattle
Three artists in Seattle are making a serious mark on their communities. Elizabeth Woody (Navajo/Warm Springs/Yakama) is Oregon’s new poet laureate...
Squaws and Scalping: Washington Adults Need Cultural Awareness Training
Thanks to a 2015 law authored by state Sen...
Cherry Point Dead in the Water; Another Terminal in the Works
On June 6, the head of Washington state’s Department of Natural Resources denied a coal export terminal proponent’s application for an aquatic land lease in Lummi Nation’s historic...
Northwest Natives Putting a Stamp on Leadership Opportunities
Several Northwest Native leaders have new positions of influence in the fields of environment and youth leadership development, or are seeking election or reelection to legislative...
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