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Ancient Wood Speaks in Chaco Canyon
Archeology reported dendroprovenance analysis shows that the wood used in the construction of the great houses in Chaco Canyon came from the Zuni Mountains before 1020 C.E...
Study Says the ‘Drunken Indian’ Is A Myth
Tanya H. Lee
Native Americans do not use or abuse alcohol more than whites do. In fact, exactly the opposite is true...
Technology Helps Teach Navajo in New Ways
Gilbert Cordova/Cronkite News
Learning a new language can be hard, especially when the language is as scarce and complicated as the Navajo language...
‘Illegal’ in ‘Illegal Pete’s’ Is Offensive to Indigenous People, Protesters Say
Gabriela Maya Bernadett
University of Arizona (UA) professors and community organizers gathered at a press conference earlier this month to protest the opening of Illegal Pete’s, a Colorado-based Mexican ...
Call to Action: Major Funders Discuss Health and Funding in Indian Country
Tanya H. Lee
For the first time, dozens of major philanthropic organizations came together to confront urgent needs in Indian country...
Sale of Sacred Object Stopped By Museum and Native Leaders
Once, Native sacred objects were secure. No one stole them. They were alive with the tribe’s spirit and to steal one was not theft, but kidnapping...
How Can Tribes Relate to Off-Reservation Citizens Better? Study Aims to Help
How do you define “home?” “Home is where one starts from” is one explanation, while another states, “Our feet may leave home, but not our hearts.” Where you call home is especially...
From Trash to Treasure: Tohono O'odham Nation Makes Compost From Food Waste
The scene of the grime is the Tohono O’odham Nation’s San Xavier Coop Farm in Southern Arizona, where crops have been grown almost since forever along the Santa Cruz River...
Red Ink: Exit The Magazine, Enter New Literary Journal
In Kyle, South Dakota, a May 7 gathering of more than 50 students, elders, community members and staff met at Woksape Tipi Library, on the Oglala Lakota College campus, and celebra...
University of Arizona to Honor Wilma Mankiller and LaDonna Harris
The lives and accomplishments of LaDonna Harris, Comanche Stateswoman and activist, and the late Wilma P...
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