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Panthers Trademark Tweet Burns Redskins
Unbreakable Trio: Sampson Bros, Waln
WATCH: 1491s Release 'NSFW-ish' Video
Badger-Two Medicine Saved From Solonex
Tribal Justice on Trial
Quilt Walk for Justice Calls Attention
Wampanoag Thanksgiving Harvest Menu
“Drill them to Hell” Billboard to Change
NIGA, Rodeo Unite for Suicide Prevention
Sad News: PBS's Robin Poor Bear Walks On
Tribes: Don't DeList Gray Wolf
Racism in the Heart of America
Treaty of Canandaigua Rededicated
The Anti-Indian Wars Continue
Indigenous Actions Helped Defeat KXL
End-Run on Native Rights
Congress Unconstitutional w/Sov. Grab
Turning Over a Few New Leaves for Fall
30 Years of National Indian Gaming Assoc
Thing About Skins
Gold King Mine Could Have Been Prevented
Just shy of three months after the Environmental Protection Agency accidentally triggered what has become known as the Gold King Mine spill on August 5, 2015, Sen...
A Code Talker’s Birthday Wish This Veterans’ Day
Dan Akee raised 12 children in a small brick house he built from scratch in Tuba City, Arizona...
Road Trip! 9 Things to See and Do in New Mexico
Tanya H. Lee
New Mexico abounds in riches—19 pueblos and parts of the Navajo Nation occupy this land, its red rock mesas and bright blue skies are unparalleled, its cultural heritages would rew...
Running in Navajoland: Multiple Races Scheduled
The land of the Navajo people is described as a “haven of unparalleled beauty” in a press release, and it’s a destination for tourists and the film industry...
Importance of Language: Grassroots Efforts to Revitalize the Diné Language
Students in Valencia Edgewater’s Navajo literacy class taste the words as they form on their tongues...
The Indian Arts and Crafts Board: For Halloween, a Spooktacular Navajo Rug
The following is a blog originally posted at the Smithsonian’s National Museum of the American Indian...
Oil Rigs Near Schools Worry Some People on Navajo Nation
Tanker trucks tear past a yellow school zone sign. On one side of the road, five oil wells are clustered around a pad...
More New Mexico Tribal-State Gaming Compacts Take Effect
New Mexico has broken the record for more tribes with "deemed approved" compacts by the Bureau of Indian Affairs than any other state in the country. If the U.S...
‘Mind-Boggling That Nothing Has Happened’: Begaye Calls for Action on Bennett Freeze
Navajo President Russell Begaye is calling for less talk and more action when it comes to rehabilitation of the former Bennett Freeze...
‘Most Potentially Devastating Case for Tribes’ Going to SCOTUS: 4 Amicus Briefs Supporting Choctaw Indians
Dollar General v...
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