1. Native History: Sacred Bald Eagle Becomes U.S. National Emblem
The bald eagle, is sacred to American Indians, and was named as the national emblem
on June 20, 1872.
2. The National Climate Assessment Turns Up the Heat on Governments to Prepare and Adapt
3. Bering Strait Theory, Pt. 2: Racism, Eugenics and When Natives Came to America
4. Navajo’s Assayii Lake Fire: Heartbreaking Losses, and How to Help
A weary firefighter prays between bouts with the Assayii Lake Fire in the sacred
Chuska Mountains on the Navajo Nation.
5. Lingerie Football League: ‘Redskins’ Name Is Too Offensive for Us
Cal Sport Media via AP Images
Tampa players in a huddle during the 2012 Lingerie Football League Eastern Conference
championship game between the Philadelphia Passion and Tampa Breeze at the Citizens
Business Bank Arena in Ontario, California. (Cal Sport Media via AP Images)
6. LAX Star Jeremy Thompson: Playing With Brothers, Staying Off Black Road
Jeremy Thompson, 27, posing with his daughter Emery, is in his third professional
season with the Edmonton Rush.
7. Shoot Hoops, Not Drugs: Healing Lodge of the Seven Nations Teaches Prevention on the Basketball Court
Coach Lee Adams demonstrates defense as youngsters and other coaches look on.
8. Get Skinny! Mille Lacs Band Loses 1,500 Pounds After Challenge From Chief Executive
From left to right: Heidi Krone, Bobby Anderson, Larry Yazzie, Mary Meyer, Chief Executive
Melanie Benjamin and Joe Wechert
9. Hoopa Valley Tribe Replies to Josh Saxon’s June 18 Column
10. Washburn Announces Solicitation of Grants for Energy Development
11. Canada Enbridge Approval Unites First Nations, Amnesty, Rights Groups in Opposition
DARRYL DYCK/Canadian Press
Enbridge Inc. wants to send oil tankers through the Douglas Channel, near Kitimat, British
Columbia, to transport oil shipped through its proposed Northern Gateway pipeline from
the Alberta oil sands to the Pacific coast. The Gitga’at First Nation plans to blockade
shipping in the channel on June 20 by stretching a Chain of Hope across it.
12. ASU Tribal Nations Tour Traveling to Navajo and Hopi Nations for Wellness, Service Projects
ASU students who joined the Tribal Nations Tour last year show their Sun Devil pride.
13. How ‘Longmire’ Gets it Right: Native Adviser Marcus Redthunder [Video]
Caption from aetv.com: ‘Walt enjoys the company of fellow pageant judge, and 1978 Miss
Cheyenne winner, Neena Wapasha (Kimberly Guerrero).’
14. Ms Native American USA part 1
15. Ms Native American USA part 2