1. California Governor a No-Show at Native American Day After ‘Water Is Sacred’ March
Rhonda Pope, tribal member of the Buena Vista Rancheria of Me-Wuk Indians and one of the organizers of the Water Is Sacred march to the California State Capitol, speaks to the marchers on Friday, September 26.
2. After Three Long Years, Vern Traversie Gets His Day in Court
3. State Magic in the Outcome Document of the UN HLPM
4. Yav Pa Irahiv: Happy New Year
5. OSU Makes Effort to Recruit Native Students to Medicine, Science Careers
Oklahoma State University Medical Center.
6. 10 Outrageous (and Mostly True) Quotes on Native Americans by Famous People
7. 10 Back to School Items to Show Your Native Style
A Pendleton pencil case helps show your Native style in school.
8. Put a Ring On It! Tule River Foothills Powwow Ends With Surprise Proposal
Northern traditional dancer and powwow headman Johnny Nieto, Tule River Yokut, proposes to his girlfriend Yendi Juarez during The Tule River Band of Yokuts Presents the 2014 Tule River Pow-Wow.
Smithsonian Institution, Katherine Fogden
Women’s Traditional Dance competition 2005 National Pow Wow
10. People of the Hemp, Part 2: Criminalizing Traditional Teachings
Tracy Johnson consoles his mother in 1957 when the New York Power Authority seized Tuscarora land.
11. Unless There’s A SD Surprise, Keystone XL Pipeline Will Be Senate’s First Bill
CAMPAIGN STOP — South Dakota Senate candidate Rick Weiland poses in front of Lower Brule Sioux Tribe’s administration building. His website shows Weiland marking his visits to small towns and reservation communities across the state.
12. U.S. Geological Survey Releases Tribal Engagement Policy
The cover of the new circular on engaging with tribes on climate change, released by the U.S. Geological Survey.