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This Is Not a Stereotypical Documentary
Swinomish Study Climate Change Impacts
Angels Watching Over Indigenous Children
Why Not? Alaska’s Fusion Candidacy
Help College Profs Bridge Divides
83-year-old ‘Beloved Arab’ Laid to Rest
Portal for Native Entrepreneurs
Native Sports Legends Talk about Native
Mohegans Do Good—Rappell Down Skyscraper
Lummi Totem Unites Enviro Defenders
Why Is There a Teepee at Bosque Redondo?
My Peace Corps Experience
4 More Challenges Facing Native Students
$37,400 up for Grabs at NIRC in Fort Hal
Travel Can Flatten the Pocketbook
Eagle Feather Law & State Tribes
Tribal Leaders Should Help Govern the US
NOAA Gives $400K for Penobscot River
Brown Bear Hunt Banned in Kenai Refuge
NYT Showcases Tribal Species Stewardship
Thing About Skins
Feds Release $9 Million for Cleanup of Abandoned Coal Mines on Tribal Lands
The Navajo Nation and the Crow and Hopi tribes, plagued with issues stemming from hazardous abandoned coalmines, are eligible for more than $9 million in federal funding for cleanu...
New York Times Profiles Plight of Uranium-Plagued Navajo Reservation Residents
First it was the National Institutes of Health, and now awareness of the scourge of uranium contamination on the Navajo Nation Reservation has made its way to The New York Times ...
Former Navajo Delegates Enter Guilty Pleas to Conspiracy
A system of conspiracy and bribery comes to a close on the Navajo Nation as former Navajo Nation Public Safety Committee Chairman Raymond Joe pleaded guilty to charges on February ...
Senate Shoots Down Navajo-New Mexico Gaming Compact
On Wednesday the New Mexico Senate rejected the Navajo Nation's proposed gaming contract that would have increased the number of casinos the tribe operates in the state from two to...
Shelly Vetoes Navajo Junk Food Tax
After the Navajo Nation Council voted 12-7 on January 30 to approve a 2-percent increase in sales tax for processed foods high in fat, sugar and salt, as well as sweetened drinks s...
Same-Sex Marriages: Unrecognized in Navajo Culture, but for How Long?
The Navajo language does not contain a term to describe gay relationships. That’s according to Deswood Tome, a special adviser to Navajo President Ben Shelly...
Mount Taylor Will Be Protected, Case Sets Sacred Sites Precedent
Mount Taylor, an 11,300-foot, snow-capped peak in central New Mexico, will be protected as a traditional cultural property following the state Supreme Court’s ruling February 6 tha...
Navajo Nation and Tohono O’odham Remembers Arthur J. Hubbard Sr.
Arizona tribes were saddened this weekend as news came that Arthur J. Hubbard Sr., walked on February 7 at 102 years old...
Is the Navajo Mine a Viable Option? Growing Opposition Doesn’t Think So
Citing human and environmental health concerns and an uncertain future for fossil fuels, a growing group of Navajo citizens is calling on the Interior Department to reverse the tri...
Cutting Red Tape: Navajo Nation FEMA Aid Gets Sped Up and Streamlined
With disaster assistance now available to tribes through the 2013 Stafford Act, the Navajo Nation has set out to streamline the process of applying for its residents...
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Mayor Richard J. Berry: Albuquerque Is Dangerous for Homeless Natives
Feds Duck Hard Questions with Dismissal of Navajo Lawsuit
Fostering Adult Education: NTU’s GED Program Awarded Grant
Navajo Nation Council Naabik’iyaki Committee Endorses Kirkpatrick
Making Higher Education Possible: 92 Navajo Students Earn Scholarship
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