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National Parks Need Maintenance
Tanaya Winder’s ‘Words Like Love’
Alex Rios Sentenced to 67-1/2 Years
Turning Stone Restaurants Most Romantic
Tribal Housing Needs
Diné College Reorganizes
Imposing Metaphors on Original Nations
MMIW: A Comprehensive Report
Northern Cheyenne vs. Big Coal
Cop Shoots, Kills Native Woman
Juneau: And the Campaign Goes On
Coos Bay Tribes to Add Dental Therapists
Victim of Hit-and-Run: 'Joy to Be Alive'
Malpractice Alleged at IHS Hospitals
Obama’s Indian Country Budget
Indigenous Woman Elected in B.C.
KivaSun Launches Bison Jerky
When Is it Right to Disenroll Indians?
COINTELPRO, Cherokee Freedmen & Survival
St. Louis Cardinals Pitcher Ryan Hensley
Thing About Skins
National Travel Exchange Features Indian Country Tourism for First Time
For the first time ever, Tribal tourism is a topic of focus...
Seen at the Heard: Isleta Pueblo History and Boarding School Experiences [10 Images]
A trip to Phoenix, Arizona would not be complete without a...
Road Trip! 9 Things to See and Do in New Mexico
New Mexico abounds in riches—19 pueblos and parts of the...
Running in Navajoland: Multiple Races Scheduled
The land of the Navajo people is described as a “haven of...
Nuu-chah-nulth Call for Emergency Equipment, Training After Fatal Boat Sinking
When disaster strikes on British Columbia’s “wild West...
‘Dream Come True’: Seneca Art & Culture Center Opens at Ganondagan
It took 30 years and $15 million, but on October 24 the...
Denver Museum Focuses on Art, Not Artifacts
DENVER—American Indian artists through the ages have been painting, carving, decorating and incising but their works have often been presented in mainstream museums and galleries a...
Ancient City of Tiwanaku
On the vast, dry Bolivian plains near the shore of Lake Titicaca stand the remains of a great civilization...
Photo Tour Of the Salkantay Trek to Machu Picchu
Our crack reporter down in Bolivia took these stunning photos of her trek along the Salkantay Trail in Peru. Enjoy!
Spotlight: Bristol Bay
The Bristol Bay region of Southwest Alaska is a staggering, Edenic region that rivals any place on earth in size, scope, and beauty...
250 Miles And Counting on the Trail of Tears
By the time you read this, I'll be past the 250 mile mark and 1/3rd of the way through my journey. I couldn't have done it without the support of many people...
My Journey on the Trail of Tears Continues
I planned to start my Trail of Tears walk at the city park in Charleston, Tennessee at 10 a.m. on Monday, January 17 th ...
Astor Place in NYC to Lose Native American Roots?
Joey Arak of Curbed writes about New York City's plan to redesign Astor Place and Cooper Square in lower Manhattan, with the plans submitted by WXY architecture + urban design call...
Thunder Valley Casino Resort Rings in Chinese New Year
Thunder Valley Casino Resort , in Lincoln, California, will be celebrating Chinese New Year tonight with a big fireworks display...
Inuit Art Traveling the World
From a Nunavut hamlet, to a small New Jersey town, to far-flung Asia, Inuit art is making the rounds in February and March...
Native Americans Who Found Life in Death Valley
Death Valley. The name evokes a bleached and desiccated ox skull on a vast alkali flat, a desert night snake hiding in the cool shade of its cranial vault...
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