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The ‘50 Faces of Indian Country 2016’ Magazine Available Now!
Indian Country Today Media Network is proud to announce its...
PHOTO: Native-Made Moccasins! Q&A With the Blackfeet Founder of TPMOCS
Maria Running Fisher Jones grew up wearing moccasins on the...
Quapaw Entrepreneur and Visionary Transformed Tribal Healthcare
Robert Weaver has seen the difference access to healthcare...
N7 Sport Summit Featured ‘Taboo’ and Tips for Transformation
The fourth annual Nike N7 Sport Summit took off with a bang...
Patricia Michaels Brings Her Native, High-Energy Fashion Show to New York
Taos Pueblo fashion designer Patricia Michaels wowed the...
Orlando Dugi Shows at Style Fashion Week in New York City
Navajo fashion designer Orlando Dugi wowed the crowd in New...
Indian Country Business Today
Cowlitz Tribe Honors Tribal Perseverance With Casino Name 'Ilani'
The Cowlitz Tribe has branded its forthcoming $510 million casino with a unique name: Ilani, meaning "sing" in the Cowlitz language...
AMERIND Risk Reminders During National Safety Month: Preventative Measures Can Save Homes, Property & Lives
SANTA ANA PUEBLO, New Mexico— The nation’s only 100 percent, tribally owned insurance company would like to remind Indian country to clear a 45-foot area around homes, never pour w...
Keeping History Alive; Oneida Heritage Opens Sharing Military Artifacts
For American Indians, as in many communities, joining the military is a sacrifice to protect the freedom of family, friends and others living in the United States...
Mashantucket Pequots Set Sights on Casino Venture in Mississippi
If you want to be successful, sometimes you have to think outside the box. Or outside the state, as the Mashantucket Pequot Tribal Nation has discovered...
NIGA Celebrates Capitol Hill Headquarters Expansion
A historical row house was joined with a carriage house to form the National Indian Gaming Association's (NIGA) new Capitol Hill headquarters...
KeyBank: Strengthening Tribal Independence Through Energy Development
Achieving economic self-sufficiency plays a major role in strengthening and preserving sovereignty for American Indian and Alaska Native communities...
AMERIND Risk Elects New Board Chair at Joint Annual Meeting
The membership of AMERIND Risk , the nation’s only 100 percent, tribally-owned insurance company, has elected Greg Borene as the new AMERIND Board of Directors chairman...
Alabama-Coushatta Casino Operating in East Texas After 14-Year Absence, Texas Won't Comment
It's been more than a decade since the State of Texas forced the Alabama-Coushatta Tribe to shutter its casino in 2002...
Fertile Ground II: Food and Health in Indian Country
Tanya H. Lee
When funders with open minds meet with “moccasins on the ground” in healthcare and nutrition advocacy, bold ideas and revolutionary strategies can result...
New York Senate Approves Online Poker Wagering Bill
Last night the New York Senate voted to legalize online poker in the state, opening doors for New York's 11 racetrack casinos to apply for i-gaming licenses, reported syracuse.com ...
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