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Canada Judge Decries 'Cultural Genocide'
Fisherman Dies After Swordfish Attack
Spirituality & Archaeology of CT Indians
Paris: Another Auction of Hopi Katsinam
Athletes to Compete on NBC's SpartanRace
Houska: Native American Hair is a Right
Well For Culture Gets Its Own Website
Truth and Reconciliation March in Canada
Take Oak Flat to a Higher Court
A Picnic-Perfect Jicama Salad
Land Into Trust Critics Have it Backward
Maine Tribes Historic Break with State
The Week That Was
Natives May Decide Rapid City Mayor Race
Chickasaws to Expand Veteran Benefits
Serving Great Leader Cesar Chavez
We Don't Need Saviors—We Need Allies
No Jail Time for Beer, Slur-Hurling Man
Seismic Testing Nixed for Season: Inuit
Celebrate Sheep—Symbols of the Good Life
Thing About Skins
True Wild Rice Probably Isn't What You Think It Is—It's Better
The migration story of the Ojibwe people tells of following the miigis (cowry shell) west and looking for a place where food grows on the water...
The Long and Honorable Battle of the Ojibwe to Keep Their Wild Rice Wild
In the din of a large auditorium packed with people, the wild ricers of the White Earth reservation look around nervously...
Knocking the Rice as Autumn Descends in the Great Lakes Region
Dale Carson Recently, an ancient strain of rice has risen in perceived value and popularity, as the crop has become more threatened by development of natural resources, industriali...
Minnesota Wild Rice at Risk if Copper-Nickel Mining Industry Wins Out
Businesses and lawmakers are pushing to loosen Minnesota's water quality regulations to allow copper and nickel mining in the northeastern region of the state, reported the Associa...
Harvesting Wild Rice: Two Sticks and a Canoe
Winona LaDuke: Think Globally, Grow (and Eat) Locally
At the fifth annual Traditional Agriculture & Sustainable Living Conference held in November 2010, more than 200 people gathered to hear Winona LaDuke’s message of sustainable ...
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