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Treaty Rights Battle Links Hunting and Oil Pipelines in Minnesota
Members of several northern Minnesota Ojibwe Bands are preparing a legal challenge to reaffirm hunting, fishing and gathering rights guaranteed by their 1855 Treaty with the United...
Listen: Winona LaDuke and Navajo Women Talk About the Future of Energy
Adrian Manygoats, Navajo, and Winona LaDuke, White Earth Ojibwe, are among several Native women talking about the future of energy on public radio station KNBA in a half-hour docum...
Manning: Indigenous Women’s History Empowers Native American Youth
Sarah Sunshine Manning
While teaching a high school lesson on indigenous women’s history, the rare and sweet occasion of classroom fireworks occurred, as the beautiful faces of Native youth lit up with i...
National ‘Stop Disenrollment’ Visual Advocacy Movement Launches
Indigenous People across Turtle Island will put their palms in the air to commence a national advocacy campaign: #stopdisenrollment, beginning today at 2 p.m. PST...
Winona LaDuke Announces Run for White Earth Tribal Chair
Last Wednesday, well-known environmental activist and Native advocate Winona LaDuke woke up to a flurry of calls from friends and reporters after a friend had let it slip on Facebo...
Guardians of Ancient Foods: 140 Food Communities Celebrate Indigenous Food Systems & Worldview [14 Images]
At an ancient sacred grove in Mawphlang, orchids bloomed on towering evergreen trees. Our guide picked a fallen rudraksha seed that is used as a prayer bead and medicine...
Seattle Continues Healing ‘Deep Wounds’ With Boarding School Resolution
“If it be admitted that education affords the true solution to the Indian problem, then it must be admitted that the boarding school is the very key to the situation,” Indian Schoo...
50 Faces, Part III: Hunter, Harjo, Crazy Bull, Vig, LaDuke
Here we are with another installment of the 2015 50 Faces of Indian Country, a list of notable Indigenous people of Turtle Island...
Indian Country Today Premieres ‘50 Faces of Indian Country’
Indian Country Today Media Network has published its “50 Faces of Indian Country 2015” magazine, a first-ever celebration of the diversity and power of Native stars, athletes and l...
Video: 6 Native Voices Speaking Out for Mother Earth
It is called “speaking truth to power,” and so frequently Native people use their voices to speak on behalf of Mother Earth...
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