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Sister Act: Kiowa Artists Keri Ataumbi
Chevron Won't Drill in Beaufort Sea
Yakama Nation Sues U.S. Army Corps
Chickasaw QB Headed to Cotton Bowl
Checking In With Miss NTU
Indigenous Clash With Police in Brazil
BAAITS to Celebrate Fourth Pow Wow
Police: Native Man Shot Up to Five Times
Cooking: How About Holiday Appetizers
Native Boxer Wins Women's IBA Crown
Not too Late to Vaccinate for the Flu
Alaska Native Attends CDP Training
10 Things To Know About Your Rights
Sovereignty: The Big Winner in Cuba Deal
The Week That Was
Youth Project Hosts Grad Ceremony
NMAI Profile: Paulette Jordan
Domestic Violence Epiphany: ENOUGH
A Decorated Veteran Honored
Winter Solstice: The Return of the Light
Thing About Skins
Three Horseback Journeys Trace Paths of Imminent Pipeline Destruction
There’s a beauty in the breath of horses, fall mornings’ breath seen in the air, and the smell and sound of horses...
White House Snarls As Russia Gives NSA Whistleblower Snowden Asylum
Edward Snowden, the National Security Agency whistleblower, who has been stranded in a Russian airport since June 23 has been granted temporary asylum by Russia, and as The Washing...
Maduro Elected President in Venezuela, Will Allow Re-Count
The vote was close as both sides were confident in their positions, but in the end the acting Venezuela President, following the death of the late Hugo Chavez ended with a win Apri...
Indigenous Latin Americans Mourn the Death of Hugo Chavez
For some indigenous people of Venezuela, President Hugo Chavez was someone they could count on and love and many indigenous Latin Americans expressed those same feelings last week...
Venezuelan President Hugo Chávez Dies Following Battle With Cancer
Just four months into his fourth term, Venezuelan President Hugo Chávez, died Tuesday from complications related to cancer. He was 58 years old...
A Massacre or Misinformation? Illegal Gold Miners Allegedly Murder Indigenous Peoples in Venezuela; Government Denies Attacks
Venezuelan officials have denied initial reports of a massacre of Yanomami people by illegal gold miners that allegedly occurred in early July and which, because of the remoteness ...
Dozens of Indigenous People Allegedly Killed by Gold Miners in Venezuela
Illegal gold miners from Brazil may have killed dozens of Yanomami people in a remote area of the Venezuelan Amazon, according to reports from an indigenous organization there...
Venezuela Returns More Land to Yukpa People in 2011
Part of the celebrations on the Day of Indigenous Resistance in Venezuela on October 12, 2011, included the announcement that the Federal Government was returning more than 39,000 ...
Indigenous Children in Venezuela Dying
For one Warao indigenous community in Venezuela the last 13 days have been filled with health issues...
Maka Indian chief Without a Male Heir
On April 19, indigenous people throughout Brazil, Paraguay and Venezuela, gathered to celebrate American Indigenous International Day...
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