Get in Shape, the Pow Wow Way!

Written by at September 30, 2015

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Finally, a workout that looks fun! The StyleHorse Collective and the Coeur d’Alene Tribe teamed up to create a whole slew of workout videos, each with a different pow wow …

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NATIVE AMERICAN BEADED BAG GEOMETRIC DESIGN WITH MATCHING HAIR TIES – eBay find of the week

Written by at September 30, 2015

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NATIVE AMERICAN BEADED BAG GEOMETRIC DESIGN WITH MATCHING HAIR TIES BEAUTIFUL!!! BEADED BAG OF GEOMETRIC DESIGN MATCHING HAIR TIES BAG MEASURES 8″ WIDE” X 10″ LONG, 8-1/2″ STRAP HAIR TIES …

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The Flute of Foster Kalama!

Written by at September 30, 2015

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Foster Kalama (Wasco/Nisqually/Pitt River/ Klickitat/Nez Perce/Hawaiian) is a traditional singer, flute player, and hand drummer as well as an artist, whose work includes pen and ink drawings; wood, elk and …

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BuzzFeed Sports Asks Natives to Review Mascots

Written by at September 30, 2015

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The folks over at BuzzFeed made a video I think you’ll all enjoy – “Native Americans Review “Indian” Sports Mascots”. We could be here all day reviewing all the high …

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Help! Multiple Outfits Stolen After Morongo Pow Wow

Written by at September 30, 2015

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If anyone attended the Morongo Pow Wow this past weekend in California please be on the lookout for this regalia. From Coco Santos’ Facebook page: **ATTENTION PLEASE HELP AND SHARE** …

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Cochiti Pueblo Partner With EPA on Water Issues With Green Infrastructure

Written by at September 30, 2015

The Cochiti Pueblo of New Mexico are partnering with the U.S….

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New Eastern Cherokee leaders aim to pay off $550M in casino debt

Written by at September 30, 2015

Chief-elect Patrick Lambert, who will be sworn into office on October 5, is worried about potential competition to the tribe’s gaming enterprise.

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Shinnecock Nation welcomes Secretary Jewell on key anniversary

Written by at September 30, 2015

The tribe’s federal recognition became final on October 1, 2010, after 32 years of review at the Bureau of Indian Affairs.

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Steve Russell: Religious fundamentalism courtesy of a county clerk

Written by at September 30, 2015

Fundamentalism’s primary attraction is simplicity, achieved under a burning light of truth that renders everything in stark black and white.

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Senate Committee on Indian Affairs schedules hearing on energy

Written by at September 30, 2015

The hearing will focus on a Government Accountability Office that said the Bureau of Indian Affairs hinders development in Indian Country.

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Saginaw Chippewa Tribe raids marijuana operation on reservation

Written by at September 30, 2015

Police officers seized 102 plants and 14 pounds of the drug from a home in Chippewa Township, Michigan.

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Oneida Nation won’t offer gaming at location of convenience store

Written by at September 30, 2015

The tribe is building a new One Stop convenience store and gas station but won’t offer gaming there anymore.

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National Indian Gaming Commission finally sees another member

Written by at September 30, 2015

Sequoyah Simermeyer, a Senate staffer who used to work at the Bureau of Indian Affairs, is due to join the agency that oversees the $28.5 billion tribal casino industry.

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Tribe in Colombia still struggling after being forced out of homeland

Written by at September 30, 2015

The Nukak Maku emerged from the Amazon rainforest in 2005 after their lives were threatened by a rebel group.

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Tulalip Tribes man convicted for buying guns despite court order

Written by at September 30, 2015

Raymond Lee Fryberg was able to buy firearms because the tribe’s domestic violence protection order was never entered into a national criminal database.

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Ta Kola Ota (Darrell Standing Elk), a Beloved Leader Walks Quietly Down the Holy Road

Written by at September 30, 2015

Ta Kola Ota (Darrell Dale Standing Elk), enrolled member of the Sicangu Lakota Oyate, and respected leader died on Sept…

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Cowlitz Tribe prepares for groundbreaking on casino in early 2016

Written by at September 30, 2015

A lawsuit challenging the tribe’s land-into-trust application is still pending in the federal court system.

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Tribe in Colombia still strugling after being forced out of homeland

Written by at September 30, 2015

The Nukak Maku emerged from the Amazon rainforest in 2005 after their lives were threatened by a rebel group.

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House subcommittee embraces two tribal federal recognition bills

Written by at September 30, 2015

Congress hasn’t extended federal recognition to a tribe in more than a decade but that could be changing as two bills saw widespread support at a hearing.

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Former Indian Affairs attorney at Interior Department joins firm

Written by at September 30, 2015

Venus Prince, a member of the Poarch Band of Creek Indians, is working for Kilpatrick Townsend & Stockton in Washington, D.C.

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Miles Thompson Wins 'Shot of the Year' at National Lacrosse League Awards

Written by at September 30, 2015

Miles Thompson was honored for a feat last night—a recognition that he did not even witness himself.
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Esselen Nations Respond to 'Troubling' Vandalism at Mission Carmel

Written by at September 30, 2015

The recent desecration to a statue of Junipero Serra that stands at Mission Carmel is extremely troubling to Louise Miranda Ramirez, Tribal Chairwoman of the Ohlone/Costanoan-Es…

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Fundamentalism I: Law From the Clerk Who Won’t Work

Written by at September 30, 2015

NBC News reported not long ago, with video, from Rowan County, Kentucky, where the county clerk would not work….

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Native Sun News: Lakota blues player opens South Dakota festival

Written by at September 30, 2015

The Deadwood Jam this year opened up with Lakota blues front man, Brandon Sprague (Minnicoujou Lakota) of the Brandon Sprague Blues Band.

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Jeb Bush wants tribes and states to control energy development

Written by at September 30, 2015

The Republican presidential candidate is the first to call for equal treatment of tribes and states when it comes to their energy resources.

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