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SEARHC Reaches $53M Settlement With IHS
Quinault Blast Seattle Oil Train De-Rail
Native Students Celebrated Scholar Week
Washington Landslide Had Ancient Roots
Bear Highway; Darth Vader for President
Chickasaw Nation Cuts Ribbon on Ardmore
Meagen Baldy: The Crunch on Kale Chips
Top 10 Things to Say to White Folks
World Cup Team Supports Indigenous
Memories of Alcatraz Occupation
Tohono O’odham Closer to Glendale Casino
Metis University-Bound Wrestler Wins Gol
Chief Many Denny’s
EPA Wants Climate Justice for Tribes
Cabazon Band Fights Hunger in the Valley
NPS Awards $1.3M to Preserve Battlefield
Whoops! MSNBC Runs Wrong Photo
Nugent: Detractors Are 'Unclean Vermin'
Sealaska Endorses Begich, Mallott & Kito
Rick Mora Wants to Put Your Tribe on TV
Thing About Skins
2011 Retrospective: April
The White Wash Walter Plecker, Virginia’s registrar in the 1920s, eradicated records of Indian births and marriages to support his directive that all Indians be categorized as blac...
Conservatives Take Majority and Ride to Victory; Aboriginals Concerned
Surprises abounded in Canada’s May 2 general election: Prime Minister Stephen Harper’s Conservative Party, trounced from its minority-ruling status by a no-confidence vote in late ...
Canada Election Highlights First Nation Voter Apathy
To vote or not to vote. That is the question facing many First Nations people in Canada as the nation heads into its fourth federal election in just seven years...
APTN Uncut—The Carson Investigation
The Aboriginal Peoples Television Network preempted its regular news programming on March 25 to showcase its investigative work into the Bruce Carson scandal, in which the former P...
Aboriginal Teen Named Model Global Citizen
Elicia Withers, 16, is the youngest of eight British Columbians chosen as a model global citizen by the B.C...
Harper and Obama Talk Oil Sands Pipeline, Border Security
Border security topped the agenda for President Barack Obama and Canadian Prime Minister Stephen Harper when they met in early February...
Canada’s New Environment Minister Tows the Line
Canada’s new environment minister, Peter Kent, did not earn many points with critics when he gave his first major speech at the end of January, three weeks after being appointed in...
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