1. Christopher Columbus’s PowerPoint of Evil
2. Mercury in Fillings: Hidden Danger in Our Own Mouths
R-L Senator Jim Jeffords, Chairman of the Senate Committee on Environment and Public Works with his confidant Jeff Munger (Iroquois), who helped reduce dental mercury in U.S. waters by 48 percent in a measure that spread to 105 countries.
3. National Eyes on South Dakota
Republicans backing South Dakota Senate candidate Mike Rounds, left, could see the state go blue behind Democratic candidate Rick Weiland, right.
4. Columbus Need Not Apply: It’s ‘You’re Welcome Day’ in Canada, a.k.a. Thanksgiving
THE CANADIAN PRESS/HO, Ingrid Misner, Artistic Impressions Photography
Gourmet Wild Rice Casserole, one of the many types of dishes with aboriginal roots consumed on Thanksgiving in Canada. Happy ‘You’re Welcome’ day.
5. Protesters March Against Redskins; Snyder Still Wooing Natives
Redskins owner Dan Snyder sits in his box seats with Navajo Nation President Ben Shelly
6. Tribes, Youth, Faith and Science Leaders Focus on Environment
Youth meets faith meets science meets indigenous knowledge: These unlikely forces joined forces in Wyoming recently to study the environment.
7. ‘Indian Holocaust': A Poem for Columbus Day
Engraving by Theodor de Bry, from Bartolome De Las Casas’s ‘A Short Account of the Destruction of the Indies,’ depicting atrocities wreaked by Columbus and his men on the idsland of Hispaniola.
8. Provocative Columbus Day Artwork by Artist Gregg Deal
‘Please feel free to download, share, print, make into shirts, use as your avatar, or whatever,’ says artist Gregg Deal.
9. The Rise of Indigenous Peoples Day
10. Navajo Fluency Could Change Landscape of Navajo Election, Deschene Out?
Chris Deschene has until October 19 to file an appeal or he’ll be out of the Navajo Nation Presidential election race.
11. Tiger Woods Inducts ‘Brother-for-Life’ Notah Begay III Into Hall of Fame
Notah Begay III is inducted into the Stanford University Athletics Hall of Fame in the Bing Concert Hall on October 11, 2014.