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Project to Study Public View of Natives
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Deadly Waters in Northern First Nations
Massive Navajo Corruption Case Sentences
Tribal Tech Makes Inc. 5000 Third Time
The Unfulfilled Promise of JFK
The Ties That Bind: Part 1
Hemp: The Next Big Cash Crop for Tribes?
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A Day in the Life of Water Protectors
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Pii Paash's Recycled-Wastewater Concerns
Vandalism Endangers NM Petroglyph Site
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Racing Clock on Indigenous Issues
The Week That Was: August 28, 2016
Dakota Pipeline & 'Law of Christendom’
Native Republicans Make Their Case
Thing About Skins
Germany Rethinks Repatriation Principles
Like many museums in the United States and Britain have been doing, the Museum of Medical History in Berlin, Germany is rethinking its principles governing the display of human rem...
A Conversation with Shari Sebbens of 'The Sapphires'
Eisa Ulen Richardson
In the Australian hit movie The Sapphires , Shari Sebbens plays Kay, a “white-looking” Aboriginal girl who is stolen from her family to live with Australians who are not indigenous...
Watch Feisty Foam Engulf Cars, Beaches and Seaside Towns in Australia
Whipped into a frothy fare-thee-well by Cyclone Oswald, the sea off eastern Australia foamed up and invaded several beaches and coastal towns on January 28...
Anaya Urges Presidential Support for Apology
DNA Study Gives Insight Into Aboriginal Australian Heritage
It has long been thought that aboriginal Australians did not mix with any other races until the 18 th -century arrival of Europeans...
Smartphone App Created to Increase Use of Endangered Aboriginal Language in Australia
A new smartphone language app has been launched to change the way the Iwaidja language is being recorded and to help save it. Ma!...
Spider and Wasp Frozen for Eternity in Death Dance, Preserved in Amber
It’s rare to catch a spider in the act of killing a bug—and rarer still for a drop of resin to engulf the arachnid as it's on the verge of pouncing...
Great Barrier Reef Half-Gone Since 1980s: Scientists
Half the coral has disappeared from Australia’s Great Barrier Reef over the past 27 years, much of it due to factors influenced by human activity, according to scientists at the Au...
Massive Land Losses Coming
One of the biggest shortcomings of the United Nations Declaration on the Rights of Indigenous Peoples (UNDRIP) is that it does not actually define Indigenous Peoples...
Study: Mental Health Issues High Among Aboriginal Inmates
New research published in the Medical Journal of Australia recently, draws attention to the urgency to develop culturally relevant mental health services for indigenous Australians...
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