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RES New Mexico Returns in November
On My Final WH Tribal Nations Conference
Dire Climate Impacts Go Unheeded
What Is Food? What Is a Small Loan?
AIGC Appoints Interim Executive Director
Forgiveness at Black Elk Peak
NIEA Annual Convention Coming Up
Slow, Clean, Good Food
Natives Against the Santa Fe Fiesta
Stars Greene, Birmingham Te Ata Premiere
Agua Caliente Band Donates $250K to SRST
AMERIND Risk on Injury Prevention
Tribes Receive $492 Million
Water Protectors Rounded Up After Prayer
Karletta Chief Receives AISES Award
Standing Rock: Who Tells the Story?
Myaamia Linguist Wins Genius Grant
S. Rock: What Will ‘Consultation’ Mean?
List of Nammy Winners 2016
Control of Education System For Navajo
Thing About Skins
Indigenous Peoples Still Fighting to Protect ‘Living Forests’ and Way of Life
Victoria Tauli-Corpuz, the United Nations Special...
Happy Autumn: Fall Equinox Promises Welcome Chill
It may be boiling hot across large swathes of Turtle Island...
Nature, Culture, and Plastic: Obama Quadruples Marine National Monument
President Barack Obama has signed an executive order...
Poisoned Waters: Navajo Communities Still Struggle After Mining Disaster
SHIPROCK, New Mexico—On Friday, as the Obama administration...
Immediate Review of B.C. Mining Safety Demanded by Alaska Native Leaders
UPDATED SEPTEMBER 17: To include Lt. Gov. Byron Mallot's...
Hualapai Say Proposed Water Deal Could Benefit Tourism in the State
The chairman of the Hualapai Tribe told a Senate committee...
At Least Two-Thirds of U.S. in Drought, Worst in 50 Years
Two-thirds of the United States is gripped in drought, the most severe bout since the 1950s, the National Climatic Data Center says in its latest report...
PBS NewsHour Hosts American Indian Panel on Coping With Climate Change July 19
Earlier today we noted a segment of PBS NewsHour devoted to the Swinomish of Washington State, who are facing steep declines in salmon population —a bad omen for a tribe whose name...
Snip, Snip: Piranha Used as Scissors in This Nail-Biting Video
The piranha is a notorious eater of humans and anything else it can sink its teeth into...
Swinomish Salmon Plight Highlighted on PBS Newshour
In 1855 the Swinomish signed a treaty trading much of their land for fishing, hunting and shellfish-harvesting rights on their traditional territory...
Greenland's Petermann Glacier Sheds 46-Square-Mile Chunk Into Arctic Ocean
The long-predicted latest break in Greenland’s Petermann Glacier has finally come to pass, with an ice chunk the size of two Manhattan Islands shearing off into the ocean on Monday...
Ralph Nader and Friends Petition Full Panel Hearing on Sanction of San Francisco Peaks Attorney
Gale Courey Toensing
Consumer advocate and former presidential candidate Ralph Nader and a group of individuals and nonprofit organizations interested in protecting the sacred San Francisco Peaks from ...
Quebec Police Threaten Arrest of Barriere Lake Algonquins for Anti-Logging Protest
Gale Courey Toensing
The Sûreté du Québec (Quebec Provincial Police) has threatened members of the First Nations Algonquins of Barriere Lake community with arrest if they interfere with a private compa...
U.S. Secretary of Energy Steven Chu Meets With Wisconsin Tribes
Steven Chu (Courtesy DOE website) The U.S. Secretary of Energy Steven Chu and Tracey LeBeau (Cheyenne River Sioux), director for the U.S...
Ashley Callingbull Joins Greenpeace Campaign Against Shell's Planned Arctic Drilling
Ashley Callingbull, Enoch Cree, has joined an online effort by Greenpeace to call attention to the potential dangers of Shell's plan to drill for oil in the Arctic...
Ancient Dam Found at Tikal Helped Sustain Maya for 1,500 Years
Scientists have found the remains of an impressive dam in the ancient Mayan city of Tikal, in Guatemala...
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