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Blackfeet Nation

article Blackfeet Tribe issues emergency declaration for weather
(Montana) -- The Blackfeet Tribe issued an emergency declaration Monday due to extreme wind chills in the forecast. Tribal officials issued the declaration along with...
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Census

article There Might Not Be A Citizenship Question On The 2020 Census But DHS Will Give The Census Citizenship Info
(Washington D.C.) -- After President Donald Trump’s efforts to have a citizenship question on the 2020 census was stopped by the Supreme Court last June, he is now...
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Cherokee Nation

article Cherokee Nation experiencing Tramadol shortage
(Oklahoma) -- During the Jan. 13 meeting of the Tribal Council’s Health Committee, councilors were told of a medication shortage that could have far-reaching...
article OP/ED: Cherokee Nation increases effort to save historical sites in northeast Oklahoma
(Oklahoma) -- Across Cherokee Nation are places rich in Cherokee history. Whether it is a refreshing spring that supplied Cherokee families with life-sustaining water, a...
article OP/ED: Why Are We Still Arguing Over the Legacy of Cherokee ‘Outlaw’ Ned Christie?
(Oklahoma) -- On the spring evening in 1887 that he arrived in Tahlequah, the capital of the Cherokee Nation, U.S. Deputy Marshal Dan Maples was fatally shot in the...
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Columbus/Indigenous Day

article Columbus' Claims of Cannibal Raids May Have Been True After All
(Caribbean) -- Christopher Columbus got a lot of things wrong about the "New World." He thought that manatees were mermaids, that the Bahamas were a part of...
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CSKT

article Guest view: CSKT managing Bison Range corrects long-standing injustice
(Montana) -- In addition to codifying a state-tribal water settlement, recently introduced bipartisan legislation (the Montana Water Rights Protection Act) would enable...
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DOI

article Freemuth co-authors "Moving Bureau of Land Management headquarters to Colorado won't be good for public lands"
(Idaho) -- The Trump administration has pursued many controversial goals in managing U.S. public lands, including shrinking national monuments and cutting back...
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Election 2020

article New Mexico GOP trying to court Latino, Native American voters
(New Mexico) -- New Mexico Republicans will embark on an aggressive strategy to win over Hispanic and Native American voters in 2020 as the party experiences its most...
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Elizabeth Warren

article Trump Revives Warren's 'Pocahontas' Nickname In Twitter Attack
(Washington D.C.) -- President Trump revived the "Pocahontas" nickname for Sen. Elizabeth Warren in a Twitter attack on Democratic candidates during what has...
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First Nations

article N.W.T. sees 29 name changes after waiving fees to reclaim Indigenous names
(North Canada) -- Ashley Lennie was a teenager when she found out the name on her birth certificate, Inglangasuk, was a different surname than the one she has used her...
article Kanesatake, surrounding municipalities join forces to create permanent liaison committee
(Montreal) -- Six months after tempers flared over a proposed bequest of land on disputed territory, the Mohawk Council of Kanesatake and mayors of surrounding...
article Mi'kmaq First Nation leading project to increase cultural content in classrooms
(North Canada) -- The Qalipu First Nation says it's on the right track to increase Indigenous content in Newfoundland and Labrador's schools. Although still in...
article Lake St. Martin takes Ottawa to court over ending benefits for those displaced by 2011 flood
(Ottawa) -- A Manitoba First Nation plans to argue in court that the federal government is cutting off evacuee benefits without providing secure housing more than eight...
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Indian Children Welfare Act (ICWA)

article South Dakota attorney general neutral on ICWA
(South Dakota) -- South Dakota's attorney general won't sign a brief in support of the Indian Child Welfare Act, unlike 27 other attorneys general across the...
article CATO: Stop Treating Adopted Kids Differently Based on Race
(Washington D.C.) -- The Indian Child Welfare Act strips basic constitutional rights from any child who is racially classified as “Indian.” ICWA was...
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Keweenaw Bay Tribe

article KBIC becomes part of most recent CEMP agreement
(Michigan) -- How does a nickel mining operation impact a culturally and ecologically significant area such as the Yellow Dog Plains? What can be done to know if the...
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Keystone XL Pipeline

article Keystone XL work camps would bring hundreds to S.D. areas with few law enforcement officers
(South Dakota) -- A data researcher testified Monday the Keystone XL project would bring hundreds of workers into rural areas of South Dakota that have only handfuls of...
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Land Issues

article Tribes hope Indian Land Claims Task Force will lead to recognition of sovereignty
(Maine) -- On Tuesday Jan. 14, the Maine Indian Claims Task Force will present to the Maine Judiciary Committee regarding the state of sovereignty of tribal societies in...
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LGBTQ

article Walking in two worlds: Canada’s ‘two-spirit’ doctor guiding trans teenagers
(Alberta) -- Sitting on the floor of a teepee, in a circle of patients, friends and relatives, doctor James Makokis cried as he remembered his father struggling to...
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Mascot Issue

article Hononegah mascot draws dueling petitions
(Illinois) -- A group of Hononegah Community High School students started a petition to remove the district's Native American mascot and logo, while another petition...
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Mining & Drilling

article Indigenous-led protest to slow western portion of Ontario's 401
(British Columbia) -- An Indigenous-led rolling blockade that travelled between London, Ontario and Six Nations, Ontario slowed traffic, which the organizers said is to...
article Minnesota court rejects three PolyMet permits, sends them back to DNR for hearing
(Minnesota) -- Plans to build Minnesota’s first copper-nickel mine suffered a major setback Monday when the state Court of Appeals reversed three permits issued to...
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Mississippi Band of Choctaw

article MORON ALERT: Mississippi man headed to prison for bank robbery, calling in school bomb threats as distraction
(Mississippi) -- David Keith Frazier, 33, of Neshoba County and a member of the Mississippi Band of Choctaw Indians, was sentenced Wednesday by U.S. District Judge...
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MMIW

article A well of grief: the relatives of murdered Native women speak out
(USA) -- On a warm summer day in 2018, Lissa Yellow-bird Chase packed her vehicle with sunscreen, iPads, spiritual items and water. She drove to the bank of Lake...
article Family, volunteers put faith in FBI as search for Hardin girl hits day 13
(Montana) -- As temperatures dipped below freezing Monday, family and volunteers packed up their temporary search command at the rest stop where Selena Not Afraid was...
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Navajo Nation

article Meetings scheduled for Navajo Nation plaintiffs in Gold King Mine spill case
(New Mexico) -- Meetings are scheduled for members of the Navajo Nation who are plaintiffs in a 2018 legal filing against the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency and...
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Pine Ridge

article BIA sets up tip line for meth use on Pine Ridge Reservation
(South Dakota) -- According to members of the Oglala Sioux Tribe, the Bureau of Indian Affairs (BIA) is taking a new approach to fighting the meth epidemic. The BIA is...
article BIA sets up tip line for meth use on Pine Ridge Reservation
(South Dakota) -- According to members of the Oglala Sioux Tribe, the Bureau of Indian Affairs (BIA) is taking a new approach to fighting the meth epidemic. The BIA is...
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Residential Schools

article What you need to know about filing an Indian day schools settlement claim
(Canada) -- Thousands of former students who suffered harms while attending federally operated Indian day schools are now able to submit claims for compensation. The...
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Ryan Zinke

article Zinke gives $11K in campaign cash to foundation he started
(Montana) -- Former Interior Secretary Ryan Zinke has closed his congressional campaign account and given nearly all of the fundraising cash that was left to a...
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Shoshone-Bannock

article Crapo honors female Shoshone-Bannock jet pilot
(Idaho) -- Sen. Mike Crapo, R-Idaho, has honored a Shoshone-Bannock Tribal member who became the first female F-35B jet pilot by entering her accomplishments into the...
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St. Regis Mohawk

article Saint Regis Mohawk Tribe restructures emergency management office, adds positions
(New York) -- The Saint Regis Mohawk Tribe has expanded and re-designated its Emergency Planning Office to the Office of Emergency Management and Safety. Previously...
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Tohono O’odham

article Rep. Grijalva Comes to Defense of Tohono O’odham Nation in Its Opposition of Border Wall Through its Reservation
(Arizona) -- Just after Donald Trump won the 2016 presidential election, the Tohono O’odham Nation, with tribal lands in Arizona that run 62-miles along the...
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Trans Mountain

article UN pouring fuel on B.C. gas pipeline fire, critics say
(British Columbia) -- The situation with the Coastal GasLink pipeline and a group of First Nations protesters opposed to it was already incendiary enough before a United...
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Trump Adminstration

article EPA to ease rules on power plants storing deadly coal ash
(Washington D.C.) -- Utilities soon could get federal approval for the riskiest way to get rid of coal ash. The latest Trump EPA proposal to prop up the financially...
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Water Issues

article On the largest freshwater island in the world, Lake Huron’s Native Americans warn of the fragility of water
(Illinois) -- In their native tongue, the Anishinaabe people have many words for water. There’s nibi, the water you drink. There’s gimewan, the water that...
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Yurok Tribe

press release Yurok Vice-Chair to Testify Before Congressional Committee
(Washington D.C.) -- The Yurok Tribe is honored to announce that Vice-Chairman Frankie Myers will be providing testimony before the US House of Representatives Natural...
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Other News

article How Terese Marie Mailhot stopped writing what other people wanted
(Canada) -- “I feel stuck in something feminine and ancestral in its misery.” Those are some of the first words that Terese Marie Mailhot jotted down in her...
article A Uniquely Alaskan Solution to Bring Broadband to an Isolated Gulf Community
(Alaska) -- Imagine building a broadband network where there are no roads to move supplies, or electrical grids to power cellular towers. Yakutat is an isolated...
article P.E.I. Mi'kmaq appeal to Supreme Court of Canada over Mill River sale
(Prince Edward Island) -- P.E.I.'s Mi'kmaq leaders are appealing the sale of the Mill River Resort to the Supreme Court of Canada. In a statement issued Monday,...
article 'Something needs to change in Aklavik': N.W.T. family's dog shot by bylaw officer
(North Canada) -- On Tuesday night, Chrissy Bernhardt couldn't sleep. Her family dog, a husky mix named Lucy, had been missing since earlier that morning, when she "...
article 3 plead guilty in case of Native American jewelry knockoffs
(Arizona) -- Federal prosecutors say two retailers and a third person face up to five years in prison after pleading guilty in a conspiracy to import jewelry knockoffs...
article St. Mary's drummer says her chief abused his power
(New Brunswick) -- A member of St. Mary's First Nation says it's been a punishing year since she volunteered to drive her chief home from a Fredericton bar. Jade Polches...
article Sharing Wisdom, Sharing Hope: Strategies Used by Native American Cancer Survivors to Restore Quality of Life
(Indian Country) -- Native Americans have the poorest 5-year relative survival for all cancers combined (60%) and are more likely to die of their cancer than patients...
article 4Cs partners with Institute of American Indian Arts in Santa Fe
(New Mexico) -- Starting this spring, students in Cape Cod Community College’s performing arts program will have the opportunity to transfer credits to the...
article Mellon grant to support indigenous studies
(New York) -- The College of Arts and Sciences has received a $3.174 million grant from The Andrew W. Mellon Foundation in support of a new Department of Indigenous...
article New online maps documents Native American ancestral territory at Fowler
(California) -- Current literature on indigenous Los Angeles rarely comes from those doing work inside tribal communities. Wendy Teeter, curator of archaeology at the...
article STUDENT VOICE: Don’t call me ‘Indian’ — A line of strong Ojibwe women inspired my journey to college
(Michigan) -- My mother’s side of the family never immigrated to North America — they’ve always been here. While many people can trace their family...
article Tester secures $1M for Rocky Boy Head Start
(Montana) -- The office of Sen. Jon Tester, D-Mont., announced Friday he secured secured more than $1 million for Head Start programs on Rocky Boy’s Reservation. The $1,...
article WSU Nabs Grant To Recruit More Native American Students To Med School
(Washington) -- Only a tiny percentage of the physician population in the U.S. is Native American. And the pipeline from Native communities to medical schools is...
article LISTEN: Efforts Underway To Save Paiute Language
(Nevada) -- Thousands of the languages around the world are on the verge of extinction. It mostly occurs among Native American tribes, where elders are often the only...
article Nominations accepted for Native American Hall of Honor
(North Dakota) -- Nominations are being accepted until 5 p.m. on March 2 for the North Dakota Native American Hall of Honor. The hall in the North Dakota Heritage Center...
article Pawhuska chef chosen to cater for production team of 'Killers of the Flower Moon'
(Oklahoma) -- Brian Lookout has been cooking for more than 25 years. The kitchen is his stage. "I can't imagine doing anything else," said Lookout. The...
article Review: How Andy Warhol painted the West
(Colorado) -- In 1986, the year before he died, Andy Warhol produced “Cowboys and Indians,” a portfolio of prints commemorating the American West. Featuring...
article Basket weaving moves from potato fields into art and fashion worlds
(New Brunswick) -- Gabriel Frey sits in his workshop, his towering frame hunched under a lamp, the only light illuminating the room. He shifts on his stool and grimaces...
article LETTER: Tribal leader casts a net too wide on salmon debate
(Washington) -- Lorraine Loomis in her Jan. 1, 2020, commentary throws a net too wide. In her effort to protect tribal fishing rights and save the salmon she locks up...
article Tribes break ground on new Milton-Freewater salmon hatchery
(Washington) -- A new salmon hatchery here could double fish numbers in the South Fork Walla Walla and Touchet rivers from 250,000 now to about half a million annually,...
article 22 bighorn sheep to be re-introduced to Pyramid Lake range
(Nevada) -- The Nevada Department of Wildlife and the Pyramid Lake Paiute Tribe are set to release 22 bighorn sheep Monday to the Lake Range on the Pyramid Lake Paiute...
article Washington gets closer to restoring a fuzzy, charismatic carnivore you've probably never heard of
(Washington) -- Principal co-investigator Dr. Jeff Lewis, a conservation biologist with the Washington Department of Fish and Wildlife, and colleagues set minimum...
article Man charged in the death of Yankton, SD, woman expected to change plea
(South Dakota) -- One of the two men charged in the November 2018 death of a Yankton, South Dakota, woman is expected to change his plea. Joseph James previously pleaded...

1/12/2020

article S.D. Attorney General to 'not take sides' in case that could determine future of ICWA
(South Dakota) -- The South Dakota attorney general had decided "to not take sides" in a high-stakes federal lawsuit that could determine the future of a law...
article S.D. Attorney General to 'not take sides' in case that could determine future of ICWA
(South Dakota) -- The South Dakota attorney general had decided "to not take sides" in a high-stakes federal lawsuit that could determine the future of a law...
article Sutherland Institute’s campaign against Bears Ears was relentless, effective and mostly funded by a tight circle of activists
(Utah) -- At 9:28 p.m. the night before President Donald Trump signed an executive order to slash Bears Ears National Monument by 85%, Matt Anderson, a policy analyst at...
article Strain on communication between state and tribal leaders continues
(South Dakota) -- As of last month, the Oglala Sioux Tribal Council lifted their ban on South Dakota Governor Kristi Noem from stepping foot on the Pine Ridge...
article California’s Indigenous History Is a Story of Genocide and Resistance
(California) -- Every inch of North and South America is Indigenous land. With Thanksgiving in the rearview mirror, its mythological history still needs to be debunked,...
article Legislative working group recommends clarifying VPSO role
(Alaska) -- In 2019, U.S. Attorney General William Barr declared a public law enforcement emergency for rural Alaska after his visit to the state. Alaska lawmakers then...
article Judge: County violated federal Indian law In zoning dispute with Lake Superior Tribe
(Wisconsin) -- A federal judge has ruled a northern Wisconsin county violated federal Indian law when it enforced its zoning rules on land owned by tribal members within...
article Star Wars inspires Indigenous art in exhibit of cosplay, droids and paintings
(Arizona) -- Tony Thibodeau was roaming around Indigenous Comic Con when he noticed a bit of a trend: Indigenous people love and relate to the Star Wars story. He...
article Why some Indigenous people see themselves in Star Wars icon Baby Yoda
(Canada) -- If you've been on social media lately, chances are you've come across a cute green creature. Baby Yoda — or "the child" in the Star...
article Julian Brave NoiseCat: Perhaps the World Ends Here
(South Dakota) -- On a chilly and overcast Saturday in March, I parked my rental car at the base of the hill at Wounded Knee. The week before, historic blizzards and...
article ACLU sues school district over ‘bloody Indian’ comment
(New Mexico) -- The American Civil Liberties Union of New Mexico on Wednesday sued the state’s largest school district and a former teacher over a 2018 incident...
article Missing and murdered Indigenous women crisis
(Washington D.C.) -- According to U.S. Senator Tina Smith (D-Minn.) a key Senate panel has approved two measures that will improve the federal government’s...
article Missing and murdered Indigenous women crisis
(Washington D.C.) -- According to U.S. Senator Tina Smith (D-Minn.) a key Senate panel has approved two measures that will improve the federal government’s...
article Southern Ute Indian Tribe appoints new director of energy
(Colorado) -- The Southern Ute Indian Tribal Council recently appointed Kourtney Hadrick as the new director of energy for the Southern Ute Growth Fund. Hadrick has over...
article EPA to Ease Rules on Power Plants Storing Deadly Coal Ash
(Washington D.C.) -- Utilities soon could get federal approval for the riskiest way to get rid of coal ash. The latest Trump EPA proposal to prop up the financially...
article Water Compact legislation fails to protect Montana
(Montana) -- Less than one month ago, Senator Daines introduced Senate Bill 3019, The Montana Water Rights Protection Act, to the U.S. Senate. In his attempt to fix the...
article Q&A: Jessie Conaway prioritizes the 'humanity of partnership' between UW, tribal nations
(Wisconsin) -- In 2015, the University of Wisconsin-Madison hosted a centennial summit with Native American nations, the first event of its kind since the tribes had...
article Two States. Eight Textbooks. Two American Stories.
(California) -- We analyzed some of the most popular social studies textbooks used in California and Texas. Here’s how political divides shape what students learn...
article 'Broken Circle' author warns of complacency during assembly at Rocinante High School
(New Mexico) -- It's been nearly 30 years since Rodney Barker penned a book about the horrific murders of three Navajo men here in 1974 by a trio of white Farmington...
article California's Indigenous History Is a Story of Genocide and Resistance
(California) -- Every inch of North and South America is Indigenous land. With Thanksgiving in the rearview mirror, its mythological history still needs to be debunked,...
article MORE TO THE STORY: The Dakota attack that never came
(Minnesota) -- The early years of McLeod County must have been something to see. Not only was the landscape a wild and fruitful one, but for those coming to the region...
article 'Stumptown' helps Tantoo Cardinal make strides for indigenous actors
(Hollywood) -- Even though she had significant roles in films like “Dances With Wolves” and “Legends of the Fall,” Tantoo Cardinal never felt the...
article Celebrating the tradition of Jingle Dress dance and pure love shown by women on the dance floor
(USA) -- Very few pow wow dance is as symphonic or jovial as the Jingle Dress dance is. The dance performed by multiple female dancers looks amazing when they move...
article Why Aboriginal planners say the bush 'needs to burn'
(Australia) -- For thousands of years, the Indigenous people of Australia set fire to the land. Long before Australia was invaded and colonised by Europeans, fire...
article Government Bill Would Permit Extensive Economic Exploitation on Indigenous Lands
(Brazil) -- The federal government is finalizing a bill to be submitted to Congress that provides for the exploitation of indigenous lands, one of President Jair...
article Woman accused of using tribe for fraud gets 6 months
(Texas) -- A woman accused of fooling her victims into paying for tribal membership as a way to work legally in the country was sentenced Friday to a six-month prison...

1/11/2020

article Colonialism and a Hopi princess: Why Star Wars resonates with Indigenous audiences
(North Dakota) -- Star Wars is a franchise beloved by many, but it's especially loved by Indigenous fans who see parallels between the movies and the stories of...
article 'She was such a bright light': Former classmates, teachers at B.C. school honour life of Kelly Fraser
(British Columbia) -- Former classmates, teachers, friends and community members in Merritt, B.C., gathered Friday evening for a candlelight vigil to honour the life of...
article The mystery of the Mayflower and the vanishing crown jewels
(UK) -- President Trump could have another cultural heritage headache on his hands in the year that celebrates the 400th anniversary of the Mayflower ship arriving in...
article Judge: County Violated Federal Indian Law In Zoning Dispute With Lake Superior Tribe
(Wisconsin) -- A federal judge has ruled a northern Wisconsin county violated federal Indian law when it enforced its zoning rules on land owned by tribal members within...
article Chief Chat: Cherokee Nation increases effort to save historical sites in northeast Oklahoma
(Oklahoma) -- Across Cherokee Nation are places rich in Cherokee history. Whether it is a refreshing spring that supplied Cherokee families with life-sustaining water, a...
article Killingly mascot rift could impact district finances, town
(Connecticut) -- The town’s embrace of a high school sports mascot that many deem as racist and offensive toward Native Americans could have financial and economic...
article B.C. human rights commissioner calls on Canada to stop eviction of Wet'suwet'en people in pipeline standoff
(British Columbia) -- B.C.'s human rights commissioner is urging the Canadian government to stop the eviction of Wet'suwet'en and Secwepemc peoples who are...
article 'We don't give consent': Portage and Main round dance shows solidarity for Wet'suwet'en in pipeline battle
(Manitoba) -- Despite frigid weather, more than 100 people turned out for a round dance at the iconic corner of Portage Avenue and Main Street in Winnipeg Friday...
article Where do Native voters stand on impeachment?
(Indian Country) -- Donald Trump is only the third U.S. president to be impeached. Chances are extremely thin he’ll actually be removed from office. But the...
article Vancouver police chief defends handcuffing of Indigenous man and granddaughter
(British Columbia) -- Police officers followed standard procedure when they handcuffed an Indigenous man and his 12-year-old granddaughter after they tried to open an...
article Curious Nature: The Utes are the original Coloradans
(Colorado) -- According to tribal legend, the Ute Indians have lived in the mountains of Colorado since the beginning of time. They hunted, fished, and foraged for food...
article Indigenous internship program 'once in a lifetime' chance for Ulukhaktok woman
(Northwest Territories) -- Last winter, Phylicia Kagyut had just finished upgrading the courses she needed to get into a post-secondary institution. She had planned to...
article Salamanca schools receive $474K grant for Seneca youth program
(New York) -- The Salamanca City Central School District has received a $474,000 grant from the State Education Department for the My Brother’s Keeper Native...
article Social Studies Teachers Review "Indian Education For All" Standards At Riverton Workshop
(Wyoming) -- Social studies teachers from 27 Wyoming school districts gathered in Riverton this week for a two-day professional development workshop. Many used the time...
article Audio recordings in Native languages urge completing census
(New Mexico) -- Online and over the phone, U.S. census forms and interviews will be available in 13 languages, none of which are Native American. Census instructions are...
article If Tap Pilam is building a nation, it’s just getting started
(Texas) -- As the Tap Pilam Coahuiltecan Nation waits to find out whether it will be able to participate in the reburial of human remains unearthed by renovations at the...
article Rolling Rez Arts bus success set to increase with physical building in Kyle
(South Dakota) -- With success shared from the Rolling Rez Arts bus program – by First Peoples Fund – a permanent location for artists on Pine Ridge is being...
article For New Zealand's Maoris, even touching this sacred tree is taboo. They let scientists climb to help save it.
(New Zealand) -- Two arborists, chest-deep in underbrush, secured a rope slung over a branch in the Waipoua Forest, close to the northern tip of New Zealand. Scott...
article Brazil's govt to propose oil exploration on indigenous land: media
(Brazil) -- Brazil's government will propose legalizing oil and gas exploration as well as hydroelectric dam construction on indigenous land, a report said Saturday...
article Escape of Atlantic salmon raises concerns
(Washington) -- Impacts of some 21,000 farmed Atlantic salmon that fled a damaged British Columbia net pen in late December remain an unknown, but concerns remain over...
press release Native American Presidential Forum: 7 Generations, 7 States and 77 Electoral votes - Indian Country United
(Las Vegas) -- The forum will consist of invited Candidates sitting with panels consisting of Tribal leaders, organizations, elders and youth throughout Indian Country...

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