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Jesse Goodwin of the Karuk Food Crew and Frank Lake of the US Forest Service examine evergreen huckleberries.
Jonathan Banks, an actor whose resume includes Breaking Bad and Parks and Rec, said it’s time to change the name of the Washington football team.
A still from the Longmire episode ‘Wanted Man’; caption from A&E: ‘Malachi (Graham Greene), the corrupt Tribal Police Chief that Henry helped Walt put behind bars, has made parole. He steps behind the bar and helps himself to a drink. Pictures from Longmire on A&E.’ Source: aetv.com
It looks so much like real hipster-targeted advertising that many people assumed it was.
Sunrise Park Ski Resort
Nephi Craig, Executive Chef, White Mountain Apache Tribe, Sunrise Park Ski Resort, serves guests at the chef’s table.
Penobscot Indian Nation Tribal Chief Kirk Francis (right of the fire) addresses attendees of the passage of fire ceremony, which began the 2014 USET Annual Meeting and Expo in Verona, New York.
Courtesy Little River Band of Ottawa Indians
Israel Stone is Top 40 Under 40 to watch in Global Gaming’s emerging leadership program.
We have Mohawk cook George Crum to thank for this delectable savory treat, invented in 1853.
Super Bowl XLIX will be held the University of Phoenix Stadium in Glendale, Ariz. on February 1, 2015.
Outpatient visits related to ear infections in children under 1 year was almost three times greater for Natives than for other U.S. infants in 2002.
Mt. Saint Elias Dancers, Tlingit, of Yakutat, Alaska – Mallott’s hometown.
Courtesy Department of Energy
David Conrad, director for Tribal and Intergovernmental Affairs in the Office of Congressional and Intergovernmental Affairs at the U.S. Department of Energy, has been working on tribal energy projects for 25 years.
Photo by Lee Wexler, Images for Innovation
From a staged reading of ‘Cedars’ at LaMama. Photo by Lee Wexler, Images for Innovation
The white stuff is manmade this year, in more ways than one. Three of the Snowbowl’s 43 bare ski runs have been coated in artificial snow made from treated wastewater.
A rare white deer, a buck not unlike this one, was shot through both lungs by an 11-year-old hunter using a crossbow.
Chief Phil Lane Jr. tells the Prophecy of the White Buffalo.
Tim Prothero, Vintage Lax
Twitter user @melissalegarda takes umbrage with actress Rooney Mara’s upcoming role as Tiger Lily in ‘Pan.’
‘My Body Is a Book of Rules’ by Elissa Washuta deals with mental illness, sexual trauma, and Native American identity.
12. NIGA’s Stevens Inducted to Gaming Hall of Fame; Receives Leadership Award
Gale Courey Toensing
Ernie Stevens Jr.
Washington team owner Dan Snyder can sue five Native Americans over the loss of six trademarks, a federal judge ruled Tuesday.
Biodiversity Institute/Vimeo via Wyofile
Many wildlife migrations take place across the sweeping Wyoming landscape.
Photo source: facebook.com/seedsaversexchange
Corn, beans and squash are among the foods the Haudenosaunee give thanks for. Photo source: facebook.com/seedsaversexchange
AP Photo/David Goldman
A protester holds up a sign in front of the Ferguson Police Department Tuesday, Nov. 25, 2014, in Ferguson, Missouri.
Some well-known Natives share Thanksgiving memories.
Courtesy Galilee Center
Volunteers help distribute Thanksgiving meals to those in need.
Giving and giving thanks are simply Native beliefs. When asked to give, the Dakota say ‘Are we not Dakota and alive?’
ICTMN archive photo
MICHAEL S. WIRTZ/Philadelphia Inquirer
Talk show host Suzanne Roberts was captivated by her work on the Navajo Nation 50 years ago. Today, at 93, she is donating $2 million to American Indian Health.
Rooney Mara as Tiger Lily on the ‘Pan’ Poster released this week.
Mark Klotz/flickr via Rabble.ca
First Nations protesters on Burnaby Mountain
The “Purchase of Manhattan” concert opera was held November 20 at Marble Collegiate Church. Pictured at the podiums, from left, are Alexandra Loutsion, Stephen Powell and Brent Michaels David.
Courtesy Agencia Publica
The New Yorker’s December cover, illustrated by Bruce McCall, satirizes the Washington football team and Thanksgiving holiday.
AP Photo/Sarah Christianson
This July 15, 2014 aerial photo shows discolored vegetation, lower left, leading from a pipeline where an estimated 1 million gallons of saltwater spilled from an underground pipeline at Bear Den Bay along the Missouri River near Mandaree, N.D.
The White House/YouTube
President Barack Obama places the Medal of Freedom, the U.S.’s highest civilian honor, around the neck of Suzan Shown Harjo on November 24, 2014.
Courtesy Mille Lacs Corporate Ventures
The Mille Lacs Band of Ojibwe has purchased the 236-room Embassy Suites Oklahoma City as part of its strategy to diversify its business holdings.
Attorney General Eric Holder
Twitter user @karsonkeeney shared a photo of more holiday cultural appropriation.
Reporter Kevin McKiernan is pictured with Tom Bad Cob and Oscar Bear Runner during the 1973 occupation.
U.S. Department of Energy
Leaky, radioactive drums of nuclear waste.
Courtesy Yavapai-Apache Nation
The Yavapai-Apache Nation uses gaming revenues from its Cliff Castle Casino-Hotel to develop its communities
The Loretto in Kansas City, Missouri, is the future site of the American Indian Center of the Great Plains.
Bidding preferences and overcharges went into building the Choctaw Casinos.
An image of Sky Woman riding the back of the turtle that becomes Turtle Island in the Iroquois Creation Story. Source: facebook.com/IroquoisCreationFilm
Muscogee (Creek) Nation
The Muscogee (Creek) Nation has signed a memorandum of understanding with the U.S. Department of Agriculture that cements the formation of a natural resource conservation district.
This derailment and explosion of a train carrying Bakken crude in Lac-Mégantic, Quebec, Canada in July 2013, killed 47 people. Northwest tribes and the State of Washington say, ‘No thanks.’
American Indians play ball games outside the prison wall on Alcatraz Island in San Francisco during their occupation of the island in this November 26, 1969 photo. The sign reading “INDIANS WELCOME,” is one of the few physical reminders that 45 years ago a group of American Indians clung to the barren, bony slopes of Alcatraz for 19 months, winning the attention of the world and igniting a passion for civil rights.
Deputy Secretary of the Interior Mike Connor pictured with Interior Secretary Sally Jewell.
Tom Rogers designed the 2016 copy Native American coin.
Image source: facebook.com/PhillipEspinoza
Espinoza fell short of his personal goal, but crushed the old world record. Source: facebook.com/PhillipEspinoza
Courtesy Audre’y Eby
Audre’y Eby’s sons going to a doctors appointment with their friend, Manape LaMere, on Winnebago Reservation, November 27, 2013.