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CEO Cartman says that “pissing on public opinion is what the Washington Redskins are all about!”
A new way of life through sustainable housing is coming to Pine Ridge.
Thunder Valley Development Corporation
A local college student works from architectural plans for the new community at Thunder Valley.
Sarah Deer: “Victims are not empowered through the judicial system.”
Tom Poor Bear, Oglala Sioux Nation vice president, is lead plaintiff in a new voting rights lawsuit.
Zahn McClarnon as Tribal police officer Mathias on the abruptly-canceled series ‘Longmire’
Smithsonian Institution, Kristine Brumley
Grass Dancer, National Pow Wow 2005
This is Native Vote Action Week. Activities range from student registration on Arizona campuses to Native vote rallies in Montana. National Congress of American Indians President Brian Cladoosby released a “challenge” for every Native American to register and vote.
Leonardo DiCaprio speaks to world leaders at the United Nations Climate Summit on September 23, 2014.
Diego James Robles
Fancy shawl dancer Jessa Calderon, Tongva/Chumash/Shoshone/Mexica, dances during the Children of Many Colors Powwow
Courtesy Cherokee Nation
Cherokee Nation Principal Chief Bill John Baker and the Career Services team cut the ribbon on the team’s new Tulsa office, with Jim Igaria of the Tulsa Regional Chamber of Commerce (front left) and Tribal Councilor Curtis Snell (back left).
Sun Life Stadium
AP Photo/Ben Birchall
Potawatomi Hotel & Casino
Potawatomi Hotel & Casino in Milwaukee Wisconsin will host the RES on October 6-9, 2014.
Courtesy Graig Abel
Cody Jamieson, beside NLL commissioner George Daniel, won NLL’s Most Valuable Player
Cheyenne River Youth Project
Cheyenne River Youth Project kids stretch out last year during National Childhood Obesity Awareness Month.
Adobe dwellings at the Taos Pueblo in Taos, New Mexico.
I had the road to myself…other than the occasional speeding train down the parallel railroad.
Courtesy Diego Cortijo/Survival International
Mashco Piros photographed on bank of Madre de Dios River in December 2011, days before Shaco Flores was killed by a Mashco-Piro bowman.
University of Maryland Medical Center
Former Ravens Player Ma’ake Kemoeatu (right) donated his kidney to his brother Chris Kemoeatu (left), who played for the Pittsburgh Steelers.
Called the Jobing.com Arena since 2006, the arena will now officially be called the Gila River Arena.
Irene Bedard as Suzy Song in ‘Smoke Signals.’
U.S. Capitol building, where the Tribal General Welfare Act of 2013 was passed this week, exempting tribal members from taxes on welfare and other benefits, on par with states.
Photo by DJ Budda Blaze; source: facebook.com
A Tribe Called Red on stage in Belfort, France. Photo by DJ Budda Blaze.
12. Native American Poetry
Tulalip Tribal Board Member Deborah Parker speaking in support of the Violence
Against Women Act in 2012. Reason number six to vote.
The Mohegan Tribe will open 15 locations of the award-winning Arooga’s Grille
House & Sports Bar throughout New England over the next five years.
Fred Ackley Jr., of the Sokaogon Chippewa Community of Mole Lake, is what’s
called a “ricer.”
The Story Group/Vimeo
Flashing from a time-lapse of Arctic ice melt, to a vehicle-laden highway
interchange, this short video hammers home the truth: Human activity is the
main contributor to climate change.
1. Diversity and Beauty of Native American women pt 2
2. Native American women of young and old – strong, beautiful, wise
Courtesy Joe Tate
The fall/winter 2014 collection from frankieandsue.com
A detail of the design for the 2016 Native American dollar coin, ‘Code Talkers
from both World War I and World War II (1917-1945),’
Mike Chavez, left, executive director of Zuni Housing Authority, and program
coordinator Cedric Lupee worked hard to get three self help houses built on
their New Mexico pueblo.
For more than a decade, Sergeant Alan Two Crow’s memory has been honored
at the Redhawk Native American Arts Council powwow. This year, his family is
seeking donations to help them attend the pow wow to honor their relative.
Courtesy Laki Terzidis/Oneida Indian Nation
The Oneida Indian Nation and the Bureau of Indian Affairs Regional Office
signed deeds marking the 13,004 acres recently put into trust for Central New
York tribe. Pictured, from left, are JohnnaBlackhair, acting area director BIA
Eastern Regional Officer; Ray Halbritter, Oneida Nation Representative; Chuck
Fougnier, Oneida Nation Council Member, Wolf Clan; and Beaulah Green,
Turtle Clan Mother.
Hughes County State’s Attorney Wendy Kloeppner released a report which
stated “she was satisfied with an independent investigation, deploying a taser
was the best viable way to diffuse the situation.”
Courtesy Jacqueline Keeler
The author’s grandfather, before he (voluntarily) cut his hair.
Cliff Owen/AP Images
In 1794, President Washington commissioned a wampum belt for the
450 West 33rd Street is home to the New York Daily News and the Associated Press.
The 37th Annual MSU American Indian Council Pow Wow
People’s Climate March
Indigenous Peoples are among the main organizers of what is shaping up to be a
historic march to demand action on climate change.
Choctaw Nation Chief Gary Batton and Oklahoma Governor Mary Fallin sign a
vehicle tag compact at the Nation’s Labor Day event.