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Ted Grant, vice-chairman of the Otoe–Missouria Tribe. The tribal seal in the
background shows the seven clans of the Otoe–Missouria, with a prayer feather
at the center.
These rose hips were found growing on the beach at Bluff Point State Park in
Bryce Canyon National Park
The Milky Way view in this phantasmagorical panorama of the night sky in
Bryce Canyon is generated by a webcam is worth visiting.
Eyjafjallajokull, above, erupted in 2010 and stranded millions of airline
passengers with an ash cloud. An even bigger volcano, Bardarbunga, is rumbling,
and it’s anybody’s guess as to what it will do, and when.
Lola Cody with the woven wool rug that took Best of Show honors at the 2014
Santa Fe Indian Market.
Protesters from the Ngobe-Bugle tribe block a road during a protest in El Vigui, Panama, Thursday, February 2, 2012. Members of the Indian tribe blocked roads in two provinces on the border with Costa Rica in a dispute over mineral exploitation on their lands.
Marie (Tamara Tunie) and Phillip Kopus (Jason Momoa) in ‘The Red Road’ Episode 6, ‘Snaring of the Sun.’
Courtesy Cherokee Nation Entertainment
Cherokee Nation and Roland officials celebrate the groundbreaking of a new Cherokee Casino Roland, which will feature a 6-story, resort-style hotel.
Colorado State Senator Mary Hodge voted against House Bill 1124
Fans protest Sterling’s ownership interest in the Clippers before Game 5 of the Clippers/Warriors NBA playoff game at the Staples Center in Los Angeles
Two tribal environmental experts weigh in on what it will take to get back to 350 parts per million of carbon dioxide, down from the current, dangerous 400 ppm.
Chief Red Wing Day will symbolically replace Columbus Day in Red Wing, Minnesota.
via The New Yorker
One of many mega-loads whose shipment has been attempted through Indian country, destined for the oil sands of Alberta, Canada.
Source: Instagram, via thelostogle.com
Wayne Coyne of The Flaming Lips shared a picture of friends and a dog doing ‘our best Christina Fallin’ pose.
The goal of Dr. Lowe’s study is to evaluate the use of the Talking Circle to increase Native American youth cultural identity while decreasing their substance use.
A graphic created by Michael Woestehoff that was widely circulated online; see below for full version.