1. Native Groups to Protest Sunday’s Redskins Game in Arizona
A young man protests the R-word in Dallas,Texas during the Redskins/Cowboys game in 2013. Protests are planned for this weekend ahead of the Redskins/Cardinals game by several Native American groups.
2. An American Indian in China
3. ‘Modernize the Columbia River Treaty,’ Religious Leaders Urge U.S. and Canada
Via Washington State Catholic Conference
The Columbia River treaty needs to be modernized, religious and indigenous leaders in the Northwest and British Columbia say.
4. Diversity of Native American Business on Display in Milwaukee
5. A Voice of Reason in Connecticut’s Anti-Fed Rec Wilderness
Bridgeport, Connecticut Mayor Bill Finch is going against his state’s norm by applauding the Bureau of Indian Affairs proposed new regulations for the federal acknowledgment process.
6. Glory Days! Rare Video of Jackie Pierson, Contestant on ‘Biggest Loser’
7. Meet Shoni Schimmel! 30 Northern Cheyenne Kids Hit the Jackpot!
The Northern Cheyenne group that traveled to Pablo, Montana to see Shoni Schimmel at Kootani-Salish College 157
8. Un-Build It, and They Will Come: With Dams Gone, Chinook Return to Upper Elwha
Stilll from a video shot by a reader of the Peninsula Daily News of salmon spawning in Olympic National Park, finally able to swim all the way up the Elwha River in the wake of dam removal.
9. Q’orianka Kilcher: Te Ata Is ‘Most Challenging Role I Have Ever Taken On’
Q’orianka Kilcher all smiles on the set of Te Ata. Photo by Brian Daffron.
10. Bakken Gas Flares Away, as Nationwide Propane Shortage Kills With Hypothermia
Jim Wilson/The New York Times/Redux
Flares burning waste gas at a well in McKenzie County, N.D., in the Bakken shale oil field.
11. Election: Wisconsin Mining Is The Issue Stirring Native Voters
Campaign picture via Facebook
Wisconsin state Senate candidate Paul DeMain. DeMain is president and CEO of Indian Country Communications and editor of News From Indian Country.
12. Traditional Teachings Are Not in the Public Domain