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Create a Cabinet Level Dept. for Natives
Mother and Daughter Graduate Together
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50 Faces of Indian Country 2016 Mag!
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Federal Agencies Seek Input From Tribes
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Thing About Skins
Attack Dogs and Police Respond as Indigenous Fight Massive Project
Flood gates from a reservoir were opened and washed homes...
Energy Transfer Opposed in Texas, Too, As Celebs and Landowners Fight Local Pipeline
A plan for an extensive pipeline costing hundreds of...
Ceremonial Objects, Trickster Skateboards and Protesting an Auction: Tlingit Artist Crystal Worl in Paris
Trained at the Institute of American Indian Arts (IAIA) in...
UN Permanent Forum Rebukes U.S. for Ignoring Standing Rock and Other Tribal Nations
The United Nations Permanent Forum on Indigenous Issues has...
Humans Sparked Warming Nearly 200 Years Ago
Global warming may have started far earlier than anyone has...
Brazil Cancels Massive Dam Project Affecting Indigenous
Brazil's environmental officials said that the license for...
Turtle Island's Bats Being Decimated by Fungus Most Likely Originating in Europe
A fungal disease called white nose syndrome is racing through bat populations across Turtle Island and has killed millions of the tiny mammals, attacking them as they hibernate...
Banish Winter Storm Blues With These Photos of Magnified, Ethereally Delicate Snowflakes
It is drummed into us as children that no two snowflakes are alike, and here to prove it is Russian master macro photographer Andrew Osokin, who has immortalized on film a number o...
South African Indigenous Human Rights Brought to the Forefront Following Latest Attacks on Khomani San People
The torture of a Khomani San elder in South Africa has seen Indigenous Peoples rights activists vent their anger and disbelief that the incident took place in a modern democracy...
Venezuelan President Hugo Chávez Dies Following Battle With Cancer
Just four months into his fourth term, Venezuelan President Hugo Chávez, died Tuesday from complications related to cancer. He was 58 years old...
Switzerland's Only Bear Shot by Authorities After Being Deemed Dangerous to Humans
Wildlife rangers have shot dead Switzerland’s only bear because authorities feared it posed a threat to humans...
New Campaign Hopes to Raise Awareness of Threats to Peru's Nomadic Indigenous People
Threats facing nomadic indigenous people living in isolation in Peru are the focus of a new public awareness campaign launched by one of Peru’s largest indigenous organizations...
Mountains, Milky Way and an Active Volcano: More Time-Lapse Video Wonder
We can't get enough of our time-lapsed sky over alpine meadows alternating with dancing stars set to lilting piano music...
Correa's Win in Ecuador Due to Financial Reform Policies
The successful re-election effort of Ecuadorean President Rafael Correa on February 17, where he received close to 58 percent of the vote in that majority indigenous country, came ...
'One Billion Rising' Gets Women on Their Feet Against Violence
As part of playwright and activist Eve Ensler's annual V-Day celebration, which brings anti-female violence to the world's attention every Valentine's Day, dance and physical self-...
A Model Down Under? 'How New Zealand's Chiefs Handle Native Peoples' Iconography & Naming'
Uni-Watch.com, which has thoughtfully and extensively covered the ongoing controversy over the use of Native imagery and native in athletics, has a fascinating column today concern...
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