Native youth remain hopeful as nation transitions to new president

Written by at November 30, 2016

The #NoDAPL movement, preventing suicide and promoting educational opportunities are among the top priorities of the new generation in Indian Country.

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Sioux Nation to President Obama: Stop the Dakota Access Pipeline

Written by at November 30, 2016

Get the Army out of Indian country. Stop the oil pipeline. Protect our drinking water. Preserve our Native homeland.

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Cronkite News: Navajo chef takes helm at NMAI in nation’s capitol

Written by at November 30, 2016

Classic French, Italian and Japanese food are all highly regarded in the culinary community, but traditional Native American dishes?

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Billy Stratton: The soldiers who refused to take part in the Sand Creek Massacre

Written by at November 30, 2016

Every Thanksgiving weekend for the past 17 years, Arapaho and Cheyenne youth lead a 180-mile relay from the Sand Creek Massacre National Historic Site to Denver.

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Kelly Hayes: My whole heart is with the #NoDAPL water protectors

Written by at November 30, 2016

We have survived the rise of a nation-state—a ‘super power’—grounded in our genocide.

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Ancestral remains found in Washington are about 2300 years old

Written by at November 30, 2016

A DNA analysis confirmed the skull, which was found off the coast, belonged to Native woman.

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Mark Trahant: Indian health care at risk with Donald Trump’s administration

Written by at November 30, 2016

President-elect Donald Trump and Congress are moving quickly to reshape health care, including the Indian Health system.

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Native Fine Arts Holiday Market Dec. 3 & 4 at Mitchell Museum of the American Indian – Native American Articles – PowWows.com – Native…

Written by at November 30, 2016

Native Fine Arts Holiday Market  Dec. 3 & 4 at Mitchell Museum of the American Indian – Native American Articles – PowWows.com – Native…

Just in time for the holidays, Native American artists will be selling their art directly to the public at the Mitchell Museum’s annual Native Fine Arts Holiday Market. The two-day …

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These Girls Tackle 6 Misconceptions About Native Americans – Native American Articles – PowWows.com – Native American Pow Wows

Written by at November 30, 2016

These Girls Tackle 6 Misconceptions About Native Americans – Native American Articles – PowWows.com – Native American Pow Wows

Kudos to Teen Vogue for these recent videos with Native American teens talking about their lives and culture. Recently they had two girls talk about the issues surrounding Standing Rock …

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Art Addressing ‘Historical Colonial Violence’: NoDAPL Dine’ Artist Remy

Written by at November 30, 2016

Artists bring attention to issues of social justice in a variety of forms….

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The ‘King’s Highway’ Encounters Some Bumps and Roadblocks Along the Way

Written by at November 30, 2016

Who is best qualified to tell the story of the California Spanish missions that stretch from Baja California in Mexico to Northern California?…

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Aboriginal Pathways and Trading Routes Were California’s First Highways

Written by at November 30, 2016

On July 16, 1769, the Spanish Franciscan friar Junipero Serra planted a cross and founded the Mission San Diego near the Kumeyaay village of Nipawai….

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Former casino worker took $23K from Northern Cheyenne Tribe

Written by at November 30, 2016

Wenonah Sue Wagner is accused of stealing more than $23,000 from the Charging Horse Casino and Bingo in Montana.

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Gabriel Ray: Scotts Valley Band working to re-establish homeland

Written by at November 30, 2016

‘We are looking to re-establish a home for our people and we intend to do so as productive partners with our neighbors and our community.’

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Call For Submissions: Two Big Opportunities for Native Playwrights

Written by at November 30, 2016

Native storytellers: sharpen your pencils and warm up your keyboards!…

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Tribes Continue to Launch Free-Play Gaming Sites to Attract New Casino Customers

Written by at November 30, 2016

This month alone, two tribes jumped on the social gaming trend….

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Museum Exhibits You Can Eat: Navajo Chef ‘Curates’ History With Cuisine

Written by at November 30, 2016

Classic French, Italian and Japanese foods are all highly regarded in the culinary community, but what about traditional Native American dishes?…

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Cheyenne-Arapaho Tribes: Stepping Up for Oklahoma Veterans

Written by at November 30, 2016

There is a mindset in Oklahoma many in the media refer to as the “Oklahoma Standard.” It means that communities pull to…

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Insanity Law Is as Insane as White Supremacy

Written by at November 30, 2016

Dylann S….

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Montana State University Makes Native Students Feel at Home

Written by at November 30, 2016

When a student is going away from home for the first time, it really helps to like school—and for that to happen, they have to feel comfortable….

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Oglala Lakota Tribe Elects Scott Weston New Chairman

Written by at November 30, 2016

When final Oglala Lakota tribal election results, including all resolved challenge votes, were announced Wednesday morn…

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Resisting Apartheid, Genocide—and Trump

Written by at November 30, 2016

There are many reasons I admired my late friend, the South African poet Dennis Brutus….

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Dakota Access Pipeline almost finished except at Lake Oahe site

Written by at November 29, 2016

A top executive said less than 1 mile of the 1,172-mile project remains to be installed.

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Mark Trahant: The rule of law protects the Standing Rock Sioux Tribe

Written by at November 29, 2016

Every time the state of North Dakota and Morton County have had the opportunity to de-escalate, they favor the more violent course.

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Democracy Now: Sen. Bernie Sanders on Dakota Access Pipeline and treaty rights violations

Written by at November 29, 2016

Vermont Senator Bernie Sanders has been a vocal supporter of the water protectors.

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