Archives For Native Indian Gaming


1. Native Hip Hop Artists Abroad! Frank Waln and Nataanii Means in Paris

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Native hip hop artists Frank Waln and Nataanii Means in Paris – Also with dancers Lumhe Sampson and Samsoche Sampson and filmmakers Sydney Freeland and Steven Paul Judd

2. Native Recipes

3. How to Steal a Nation—Twice

4. Rare, Traditional Arts Making a Comeback at Tribal Colleges

Sherri LaChapelle Basket Strips College of Menominee Nation
Courtesy College of Menominee Nation
Sherri LaChapelle, an instructor in the Black Ash Basket Making Workshop at the College of Menominee Nation, demonstrates the hard work involved in creating strips for baskets.

5. Video: Celebrating Indigenous Peoples’ Role in Defeat of Keystone XL

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The Keystone XL pipeline, known as the Black Snake among indigenous and grassroots activists, is no more.

6. End-Run on Native Rights—Will It Work?

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Tuned in: During a KILI radio program on Pine Ridge Indian Reservation, Beverly Pipe On Head and Cornell Conroy used Lakota and English to call on fellow tribal members to participate in the 2014 election.

7. Turning Over a Few New Leaves: Salads By Season—Focus on Northern Plains

Wild Rice Pumpkin Parsnip Toss
Photo by RoseMary Diaz
There are so many possibilities for fall ingredients. This wild rice, pumpkin and parsnip toss is just one option.

8. 30 Years of NIGA: Tribal Gaming’s Unique History and Purpose

Sharon House has practiced law since 1983 specializing in Indian law.
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Sharon House (Oneida Nation of Wisconsin) has practiced law since 1983 specializing in Indian law.

9. Meditation & Healing Music

10. Tibetan Healing Sounds

 


1. Tribal Leaders Must Talk About Disenrollment

2. Farrakhan on “American Indians Truths” Radio Show – Justice Or Else!

3. Native Designers of High Fashion

4. Houska: Trump Burns Native Americans Again

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On Monday, GOP presidential front-runner Donald Trump said he knows Native Americans “that are extremely
proud” of the name of the Washington football team.

5. Instant Horse Racing Machines Illegal; Idaho Supreme Court Rules For Tribes

 

Courtesy Tim Peterson
Ancestral Puebloan granary and rock art inside the proposed Bears Ears National Monument.
NTU Bachelor of Applied Science Embrace
Navajo Technical University
IT-Computer Science majors Sherietta Martinez-Brown of Crownpoint, New Mexico and Tim Goodluck, Jr.
of Lupton, Arizona embrace after receiving their Bachelor of Applied Science degrees. Recently introduced
legislation could mean Native students have 95 percent of tribal college covered.
Fun and life skills are the goal of Jim Warne's Warrior Society Developmental Youth Football Camp. (Jim Windle)
Jim Windle/Two Row Times
Six Nations young people got to meet and learn both football and life skills from former NFL player Jimmy Warne.
iStock Winter Squash Varieties Acorn Butternut
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Buy winter squash varieties while prices are lower.
Native fashion designers joined the fight against sex trafficking. Shoes by Helen Oro.
Courtesy Minnesota Historical Society Press
Brenda J. Child, Ojibwe, wins Jon Gjerde Prize from the Midwestern History Association for My Grandfather’s
Knocking Sticks: Ojibwe Family Life and Labor on the Reservation.

1. The Game-Changers: Top Gaming Vendors Target Social Media and Acquisitions

2. 5 Pow Wows to Check Out Before Thanksgiving Day

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3. Pokagon Band of Potawatomi Indians Opens Historic New Health Center

Pokagon Band of Potawatomi Indians
The new health center of the Pokagon Band of Potawatomi Indians.

4. Video: Cherokee Elder Johnny Sanders Talks of ‘Old-Time Indians’

Cherokee Elder Johnny Sanders
Cherokee Nation
Cherokee Elder Johnny Sanders talks about growing up.

5. Rosebud Leader on Keystone: ‘Test Us – You’ll See an Indian Uprising’

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6. Ho-Chunk Gaming Wisconsin Enters Sponsorship With Minnesota Swarm

7. Poverty Point: Preservation of a Prehistoric World Heritage Site

Poverty Point, aerial photo

8. NATION to NATION

Treaties Between the United States and American Indian Nations

September 21, 2014–Fall 2018 | Washington, DC