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Mass Genocide Through ‘Permanent Peace'
Reconciliation, & Crown-Sovereign Claim
Bennett Freeze Thaw Finally Underway
European Bison Return to Wild
Shoni Schimmel Coming to New York City
Rosebud Sioux Tribe Files IHS Lawsuit
$380 Million More to Benefit Farmers
Pe’ Sla Brings SD Governor to Rosebud
Alexie Gives Disenrollment The Bird
Nat'l Tourism Week in Indian Country
N8V Youth Hockey Players Squaring Off
'Te Ata' to highlight Chickasaw actress
500-Mile Youth Run Against Dakota Access
Each Child Is Sacred
Reconciliation Is the New Assimilation
The Ancient One Will Return Home
The Week That Was: May 1, 2016
Navajo Modern Day Trading Post
Native Suicide: Intergenerational Trauma
Kinship and Tribal Nations
Thing About Skins
Can Wasps Save the Ash Tree? Native Americans Are Giving It a Try
Mark Wedel, Second Wave Media
The Pokagon Band of Potawatomi are fighting emerald ash borers the natural way and hope to preserve a part of their heritage in the process...
Smart Kids Wanted: No Money Required
Wayne State University has announced a program to provide doctors to underserved communities, ten at a time, by awarding full rides for all four years of undergraduate education an...
4 Congressional Land Grabs
Oak Flat, Arizona, and the summit of Mauna Kea, Hawaii, are sacred sites under attack by state officials, who successfully lobby Congress to take the land for state’s interests...
University Party in Michigan Reveals Unsafe Climate For Native American Students on Campus
It was noon on April 11, and Nathan Phillips was out collecting wood for his sweat lodge...
Michigan Sells Treaty-Protected, Pristine Public Land for Limestone Mine
A group of American Indians in Michigan have lost their bid to block a land transfer of nearly 9,000 acres to a company proposing a limestone mine—the “largest single public land d...
Traverse City Natives Get Recognition with Approval of Indigenous Peoples Day
Traverse City, Michigan has never officially recognized Columbus Day, according to Interlochen Public Radio , but now the city will celebrate Indigenous Peoples Day...
11-Year-Old Hunter Feels Like Rock Star, Gets Death Threats After Shooting Rare White Deer
The ethereal white deer was a fixture in the Michigan forest. That is, until an 11-year-old boy, on a hunting trip with his father, pierced its lungs with a crossbow...
Tribe Donates Purple Socks to Sports Teams for Domestic Violence Awareness Month
In an effort to increase awareness about Domestic Violence, Nami Migizi Nangwiihgan, Domestic Violence Services of the Saginaw Chippewa Indian has provided three local football tea...
Eagle Mine Gets Court Nod as Keweenaw Bay Indian Appeal Overturned
The Keweenaw Bay Indian Community has lost its 12-year legal battle to stop the construction of Eagle Mine on Michigan’s Upper Peninsula...
Blessing the Ground: Asking Permission Before Beginning Construction
Lake Superior State University
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