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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
Billy Frank Jr. Recognized for Defense of Indian Sovereignty
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Honoring Billy Frank Jr.: A Presidential Medal of Freedom, and a Bellingham Street
Billy Frank Jr., the Nisqually Native rights activist whose protests and fish-ins during the 1960s and 1970s often landed him in jail, will be posthumously awarded the nation’s hig...
Veteran and Former Crow Creek Sioux Tribal Chairman Vernon Lewis Ashley Walks On at 99
Vernon Lewis Ashley, 99, passed away peacefully surrounded by loved ones in his own home and in his own bed, the way he wanted on November 10, 2015...
Chickasaw Nation Governor Emeritus Overton James Passed at 90
Overton James, 90, who served as Chickasaw Nation Governor from 1963 to 1987, died on September 16. He was the youngest man to serve as governor of the tribe...
From Gangs to the Red Road: Remembering Frankie Rivera
Frankie Rivera, a prominent, outspoken urban Native activist from Sacramento, California, lost his battle with brain cancer on August 29, 2015. He was only 38...
Chevalier Remembered for His Work for the Mitchell Bay Band, and As An Expert Fisherman
Charles Chevalier’s family had fished in the San Juan Islands forever. And he knew the impending decision in U.S. v...
Journalist Leaves a Bright Legacy
Bonnie Red Elk, who made a legacy as a driving force for telling the truth and never giving up, even in the face of oppression, has walked on...
Remembering Iconic Leader Elijah Harper, Two Years On
It was two years ago this week that Elijah Harper, an Ojibwa-Cree who was destined to sway Canadian history, walked on...
Native Land Settlement Activist ‘Etok’ Edwardsen Walks On
Charles “Etok” Edwardsen Jr., “a brilliant but controversial Eskimo activist” according to Alaska Dispatch News , walked on May 8 while on a whaling trip outside of Barrow, Alaska...
Photo: Celebrating Third-Generation Painter Margarete Bagshaw
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