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Montreal First People’s Festival 2016
Bestseller Apache “Indeh” by Ethan Hawke
Obliterated Tribal Fisheries Get Fixed
2 Paiute Students Succeed
Energy Independence: Soboba Goes Solar
Moya-Smith: At the DNC, Rain and Madness
Native American Council Kicks Off DNC
Pokémon Go Stop on Sacred Burial Site
Coolidge: Adopted by Tribe
Reunions: Growing Up, Growing Wiser
Navajo Closer to Water Rights Settlement
Pipeline Spill Hits First Nations Water
Seneca, NIGA 'Rising Leader' Promoted
Two Spirit Native Dancers at SF Pride
Video: Youth Sing Grassy Narrows Love
Eyre, Studi, Farmer, Goodluck & Martinez
Mother Objects to Use of Son’s Name
Films Explore Cultural Appropriation
Tribes Turn Out in Record Numbers at DNC
2016 Hot List: Native Businesses
Thing About Skins
Zas (“Snow” in Navajo) - A Winter Poem
Since most of Indian Country is currently in the throes of winter weather, a poem on snow, or ‘Zas’ as it is called in Navajo, seemed appropriate. Thanks to Mikayla J...
Surviving the Blizzard of 1967: One Woman Tells Her Family’s Story
Lillie Ann Begaye was 12 years old when her entire world turned white. It was mid-December 1967 and snow had fallen on the Navajo Nation for days...
Video: Watch Snowflakes Form and Recapture the Awe of Winter
This is the time of year when winter seems never-ending. The idea that March is upon us connotes spring, which evokes images of balmy temperatures...
Full Snow Moon and Vibrant Venus Fete Lovers for Valentine’s Weekend
The moon was brilliantly full for the day of lovers on February 14, but the light-filled fun extends through the weekend, as Venus joins in with its most brilliant show of light fo...
Video: Log-Shaped Snow Rollers Join Winter Fray Across Midwest
They appeared overnight, as mysteriously as crop circles, only unlike that phenomenon, humans did not turn out to be their creators...
Dancing for Snow Miracle Is Last Hope for Olympic Heritage Games
Organizers of the Olympic Heritage Celebration need a miracle. Their 2014 games are in jeopardy unless it snows hard and fast...
Native History: Blizzard Devastates Navajo and Hopi Nations
This Date in Native History: On December 14, 1967, a blizzard hit the Navajo and Hopi Nations, covering the ground with as much as seven feet of snow, trapping residents in their h...
Banish Winter Storm Blues With These Photos of Magnified, Ethereally Delicate Snowflakes
It is drummed into us as children that no two snowflakes are alike, and here to prove it is Russian master macro photographer Andrew Osokin, who has immortalized on film a number o...
Blizzard Blasts Midwest, North to South; Severe Weather Alerts Issued by FEMA
More than 20 states in the middle of the U.S...
Navajo Nation President Ben Shelly Seeks $2.8 Million in Water-Damage Funding
Overwhelmed with damage to water systems in brutally freezing temperatures, Navajo Nation President Ben Shelly is asking for volunteers to help with repairs and is seeking up to $2...
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