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‘Keepers of the Game’ Wows Brooklyn Crowd
The crowd gathered in the auditorium at the Brooklyn Museum on July 2 cheered and groaned when the Salmon River Shamrocks won and lost while they watched Keepers of the Game , a la...
‘Keepers of the Game’ Showcases Evolving Mohawk Lacrosse Culture
Judd Ehrlich’s lacrosse documentary “Keepers of the Game” highlights a contemporary stance that goes against hundreds of years of Mohawk culture...
Establishing International Relations for Diabetic Wound Care in Cuba
The care and prevention of diabetes related complications in Akwesasne are one of our most important health priorities...
The Week That Was: The Big Stories in Indian Country, November 29, 2015
Gray wolves rebounding enough to be killed again, a billboard sheds its devil woman, a sacred site is saved from development, and indigenous activists head overseas to attend and w...
Ailing, 67-Year-Old Akwesasne Mohawk Man Claims Canada Border Guard Brutality
The Canada Border Services Agency (CBSA) is investigating a case of alleged brutality after a 67-year-old man who was trying to drive himself to the hospital was put in a cell when...
Video: St. Regis Mohawk Police Assist in Manhunt for Escaped Convicts
Two Tugboats Working on Bridge to Akwesasne Capsize in St. Lawrence River
Canada’s Transportation Safety Board (TSB) is investigating a near-tragedy that occurred on June 22, when two tugboats capsized in separate incidents as they each attempted to stab...
Tragedy: Mohawk Family Loses Everything in Fire, Community Steps Up
A Mohawk family lost everything they owned including two dogs and three cats in a home fire on the St. Regis Mohawk territory in Akwesasne on Friday, January 16...
St. Regis Land Rights Lawsuit Nears Settlement
Gale Courey Toensing
The St. Regis Mohawk Tribe has entered into an agreement with the State of New York and St...
Mike Cook Brings Decades of Healthcare Leadership Home to Akwesasne
The Saint Regis Mohawk Tribe is welcoming Michael Cook back as the tribe's new Director of Health Services, starting March 31, 2014...
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