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DoJ Listens to Navajo Nation Request, Will Investigate Loreal Tsingine Death

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Family members of Tsingine have questioned why the officer would be afraid of Tsingine.
Judge Blocks ND Restrictive Voter-ID Law; A Burden to Native Voters

 

Teeing Off for Scholarships: Wilderness at Fortune Bay to Host Charity Golf Tournament Aug. 18

The Wilderness at Fortune Bay, Lake Vermillion, Minnesota
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The Wilderness at Fortune Bay, Lake Vermillion, Minnesota
 

USDA Awards $2.2M to Remote Native Villages

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“Downtown” Kenny Lake, Alaska, one of five small towns in the Copper River School District that will benefit from a recently awarded U.S. Department of Agriculture grant. The grant money will allow the Kenny Lake School to be linked via video conferencing with staff from four other small schools, allowing them to share resources and curriculum.
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Northeastern State University Professor Amy Proctor (right) works with research assistant Candice McCollum on a report about the impact of methamphetamine on the country’s Native American population.

Mayan Leaders Free Of Charges; Will Sue Government Of Belize

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Supporters of the 13 Mayan villagers and leaders arrested by Belizean police last year hold signs waiting for their release.
 
Herbert Hoover: Only US President to Have Lived on Indian Reservation
 
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Herbert Hoover lived with an uncle who was an Indian agent on the Osage Nation when he was six years old.


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Indigenous Peoples are among the vulnerable ones when it comes to climate change, and the Obama Administration is using its designated ‘Extreme Heat Week’ May 23-27 to help those on the front line adapt.
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3. Manning: Sanders Advocates for Tribes, Mother Earth
 
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Allison Renville of the Sisseton Wahpeton Oyate gifts Bernie Sanders with beaded moccasins and sweet grass.
 
4. Another Armed Attack On an Indigenous Activist in Honduras
 
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The White House will be hosting the United State of Women Summit this July 14th. Win a ticket!!
A view of the community of Fort Yates and the Missouri River, which surrounds it. The Tribe has stated that if the Missouri River waters were contaminated, the environmental impacts to the Standing Rock Reservation would be devastating.
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1. George Will Gets It All Wrong in His Attack on ICWA

2. Anniversary of the UN Declaration on the Rights of Indigenous Peoples: Who’s Afraid of Human Rights?

3. Video: Cherokee Elder Talks Arrowhead Hunting and Fighting With His Brother

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Cherokee Elder Jim McGee talks growing up Cherokee and fighting with his brother.

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4. Totem Travels 1,300 Miles to Sites Threatened by Coal Terminals in Northwest

Jacqueline Keeler, Children pose on the 3,000-pound totem pole as it makes its way from Washington State to the Northern
Cheyenne Reservation on a journey protesting coal mines and rail terminals.

5. Native Oklahoma – Pilot TV Show

6. Brothers (Wayra)


1. On Oklahoma, Efforts to Save House of Last Comanche Chief

2. Mayan Hieroglyphics Found in Guatemala

3. Liquid Gold Delivered From a Treasure Chest on Wheels

4. American Indian mother of two dies in police custody after her repeated pleas for help ignored

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5. Native American civil rights activist found dead in Mississippi jail cell

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6. Kimberly Stewart Wears Native American Headdress on New Reality Show

Photo published for Kimberly Stewart poses in nothing but a Native American headdress

7. Question for Christians: Will Saying Sorry Be Enough?

8. Gov. Inslee Continues to Impress With Native Appointments

Seth Brickey, at 20, is quickly making a name for himself in state politics.
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Diet soda, while lower in calories than regular soda, is not a healthy choice.
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Cecil the lion, a beloved fixture in Zimbabwe’s Hwange National Park, was
gunned down by an American trophy hunter on July 6.
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A shot of the work in progress at Church and King streets in Toronto.
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Ray Halbritter, CEO of the Oneida Indian Nation, receives a thank you gift
after speaking at EXPO ’15 in Rancho Mirage, Calif., from Tracy Stanhoff,
president of the American Indian Chamber of Commerce California.

1. The Life and Times of Dick Motherfucker

2. Student and Business Owner: Check Out Morsette’s Cedar Rose Collection

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Lori Morsette: Lori Morsette’s jewelry ranges from simple to elegant.

3. Former Office Manager to Sentenced for Embezzling From Tribes

4. Photo: People + Rights = Living Forests, Bringing Attention to Climate Change

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Hundreds of Indigenous Peoples and their allies used their bodies to create a human banner on Agua Dulce beach in Lima, Peru parallel to the UN COP20 climate summit to demonstrate the importance of guaranteeing territorial rights in addressing climate change.

5. Top Native Athletes to Watch in 2015

6. Arctic Drilling Co. Pleads Guilty to Environmental Crimes

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The Arctic drilling rig Kulluk, stranded off a remote Alaskan island in 2012.

7. Washington Football Fans: ‘Go Back to the Reservation’; Hundreds Protest R-Word at FedEx Field

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A fan of the Washington football team observes protesters Sunday at FedEx Field in Landover, Maryland.

8. EPA’s Coal Ash Rule a Good Start But Falls Short: Environmentalists

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The Reid Power Plant, which all but abuts the Moapa Paiute reservation, has been emitting coal ash for decades. It is scheduled to close in 2017.

9. 2014: The Year in Arts and Entertainment, Part II

10. The New York Times Publishes Investigative Report About Fort Berthold Leadership

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1. Sovereignty Is the Big Winner in New Cuba Deal

2. 10 Things You Need To Know When Being Questioned By the Police

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What are some things you should know when stopped by the police.

3. Prepared for the Worst: Alaska Native One of 23 to Attend CDP Training

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Edna Savetilik, an Alaska Native from Shaktoolik, Alaska attended the Center for Domestic Preparedness training program in November.

4. Health Advocates Say ‘It’s Not too Late to Vaccinate’ for the Flu

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Darius Lee Smith, Navajo, is vaccinated on December 13 at the National Influenza Vaccination Week event in Denver. He is director of the City of Denver Anti-Discrimination Office and adjunct instructor of ethnic studies at the University of Colorado Denver.

5. Native Boxer Wins Women’s IBA Crown

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Kali Reis, 28, captured the women’s International Boxing Association (IBA) middleweight crown in November in Bermuda.

6. Native Cooking: Some Killer Appetizers For The Holidays

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This is just one of many examples of the ways to stuff a date. AmeesSavoryDish.com gives an example of a mascarpone stuffed date with a maple drizzle, link below.

7. Native American Man Who Attended Anti-Police Brutality Rally Is Killed By Police Next Day

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Police say Allen Locke, 30, was shot up to five times by police in Rapid City, South Dakota, Saturday.

8. World’s Only Public Two-Spirit Powwow to Celebrate Fourth Annual Event

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9. Controversial Law in Brazil Sees Indigenous Clash With Police; Law Fails

Last week the Brazilian Congress shelved a proposed constitutional amendment that would have taken territorial demarcation rights away from indigenous communities following a dramatic protest where police prevented activists from confronting lawmakers.

10. Chickasaw Quarterback Headed to Cotton Bowl, Ignores Snub Speculation

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Baylor’s Bryce Petty, Chickasaw, is headed to the Cotton Bowl on Jan. 1, 2015.

11. Yakama Nation Sues Army Corps of Engineers in Columbia River Superfund Site Cleanup

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Bradford Island Superfund site in the Columbia River.

12. Oil Giant Chevron Cancels Plans to Drill in Beaufort Sea in Canadian Arctic

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Chevron Corp. has withdrawn its application to Canada’s National Energy Board to drill in the Beaufort Sea, citing dropping oil prices.

13. Sister Act: Kiowa Artists Keri Ataumbi and Teri Greeves Honored as Living Treasures

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Silver cuffs with diamonds by Keri Ataumbi. Image source: facebook.com/AtaumbiMetals

14. Ralph Lauren apologizes for Native American ads

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1. Indigenous Rights Denied

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Mexican Zapatista rebels are showered with rose petals as they arrive to the Nativitas forest in Xochimilco, Mexico, on the southern edge of Mexico City, Friday September 12, 1997.

2. Montreal Massacre’s 25th Anniversary Unites Canadians Against Violence Toward All Women

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A monument to the 14 female nursing students who were victims of the 1989 massacre at l’École Polytechnique de Montréal, in Quebec.

3. Video: A Personal Story of Cultural Genocide and Childhood Removal

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A woman named Becky tells a very personal story of cultural genocide and removal.

4. 4 Native Women Athletes in the Hall of Fame You Might Not Know About

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Ryneldi Becenti (Navajo) was one of the first Native American women to play in the WNBA.

5. He Was a Father, a Soldier, a Gold Mine: Brothers in Vietnam and Life Pt. 2

Mervyn Hillis in Vietnam

6. EPA Climate Justice Blog: Eliminating All Forms of Racial Discrimination

Seeking environmental justice for Indigenous Peoples and others through the elimination of discrimination at CERD in Geneva.

1. $4 Washington Football Team Tickets? Yep, It’s True

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2. Keene: Why ‘Fix’ Tiger Lily? Why Can’t We Just Let Her Go?

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NBC aired ‘Peter Pan Live!’ on prime time TV Thursday.

3. Native Humor: 10 More Signs She May be ‘Too Rez’ For You, Bro

Careful, soldier boy, you don’t know what you’re getting yourself into.

4. Wrangler National Finals Rodeo Kicks Off in Las Vegas

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Kassidy Dennison, front, with Dustin Bird, Erich Rogers and Aaron Tsinigine tweeted this selfie on December 2, 2014, a few days before the NFR began.

5. What’s Next After ‘Navajo Star Wars’? Hint: It’s a Little Fishy

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Read more athttp://indiancountrytodaymedianetwork.com/2014/12/05/whats-next-after-navajo-star-wars-hint-its-little-fishy-158152

6. Obama Names Two Tribes Among 16 Climate Action Champions Nationwide

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Read more athttp://indiancountrytodaymedianetwork.com/2014/12/05/obama-names-two-tribes-among-16-climate-action-champions-nationwide-158145

7. Wisconsin Closes Wolf Hunt Three Months Early, With Quota Exceeded

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A gray wolf in Wisconsin. The quota has been exceeded, and the sanctioned wolf hunt is over three months early.

8. ‘Freedom Has to Be Fought For’: Brothers in Vietnam and Life Pt. 1

The Hillis boys. Pictured from left to right: Alan (who did not serve), Russell, Lowell, Clyde, Mervyn, and Carl.

9. Quapaw Tribe Says Federal Government OKs Casino Expansion, Makes Landmark Decision

10. Photo: Highlighting Native Music’s Big Night

11. Sundance Picks ‘Songs My Brothers Taught Me,’ a New Film Set on Pine Ridge

Photo by Eléonore Hendricks, source: facebook.com/songsmybrotherstaughtme
ShaMauri Hawkins, Jared Reddy and John Reddy of ‘Songs My Brothers Taught Me.’ Photo by Eléonore Hendricks, source: facebook.com/songsmybrotherstaughtme

12. Suspect Killed Outside Choctaw Casino After High Speed Chase

13. Alaska Natives to British Columbia: Please Tighten Up Your Mining Act

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Can you blame them? Alaska Natives, fishery operators and environmentalists fear that British Columbia’s mining regulations are too lax and could threaten tourism and fisheries.

14. Photo Gallery: Tree Lighting and Dancing in the Capitol

15. ‘Scars of Deception’ Tells the Story of Forced Sterilization of Indigenous Women in Peru

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Feminists denounced the violation of rights of thousands of Peru under President Fujimori.

16. NCAI’s Cladoosby on Tribal Nations Conference and Building a Lasting Legacy

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NCAI President Brian Cladoosby, center, with White House secretaries during the 2014 White House Tribal Nations Conference on December 3.

1. Smudging the Colonizer’s Lens: Artists Challenge Old Imagery With ‘Regarding Curtis’

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Detail of Hopi Maidens (acrylic, 2010) by Marla Allison (Laguna Pueblo). Courtesy Arizona State Museum.

2. Cherokee Artist Donald Vann Receives Diploma 46 Years After Enlisting For Vietnam

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Cherokee artist and veteran Donald Vann was presented a high school diploma from his former Stilwell High School Superintendent Neil Morton 46 years after leaving school to enlist.

3. Mohawk Woman To Help Lead Canadian Pan Am Games Team

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Waneek Horn-Miller was selected as an assistant chef de mission for the 2015 Pan American Games.

4. Video: Cherokee Elder Rufus King Tells Us About His Childhood

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Cherokee Elder Rufus King talks about his childhood, a time when kids wore patched up pants, and made their own toys.

5. Klabona Keepers Ordered by Court to Stop Blocking Imperial Metals Mine

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Tahltan elders and families go to court to save Tl’abãne from Red Chris Mine, owned by Imperial Metals Corp., which owns Polley Mine, whose dam breach sent billions of gallons of toxic waste into pristine British Columbia waterways.

6. Bridging Two Worlds: Sharing My Native Culture While Helping in Uganda

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Sydney Farhang working with the youth of Uganda.

1. Christmas Trees Meet Native Art in Santa Fe

2. Thanksgiving, Hope and the Hidden Heart of Evil

Giving and giving thanks are simply Native beliefs. When asked to give, the Dakota say ‘Are we not Dakota and alive?’

3. Northwest Tribal Wetlands, Recycling Projects Benefit from $31.8 Million EPA Grants

4. Thanksgiving Hoop Tournaments Bring Grieving Communities Together

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5. TV Personality Suzanne Roberts Gives $2 Million to Indian Health Programs

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Talk show host Suzanne Roberts was captivated by her work on the Navajo Nation 50 years ago. Today, at 93, she is donating $2 million to American Indian Health.

6. Rooney Mara’s Tiger Lily Could Not Be Less Native. That’s a Problem

Rooney Mara as Tiger Lily on the ‘Pan’ Poster released this week.

7. Tar Sands Opposition Unites Burnaby Leaders, First Nations, as 60 Arrested in B.C. Protests

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First Nations protesters on Burnaby Mountain

8. Purchase of Manhattan: Opera Tells History of Lenape and Dutch—Watch Clips Here

Purchase of Manhattan Church and Performers
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The “Purchase of Manhattan” concert opera was held November 20 at Marble Collegiate Church. Pictured at the podiums, from left, are Alexandra Loutsion, Stephen Powell and Brent Michaels David.

9. 6 Thanksgiving Myths, Share Them With Someone You Know

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10. Reparations for Indigenous Victims of Napalm and Atrocities in Brazil

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Read more athttp://indiancountrytodaymedianetwork.com/2014/11/26/reparations-indigenous-victims-napalm-and-atrocities-brazil-158026

11. AMERIND Says Be Aware of 4 Risks When Cooking That Turkey Tomorrow

12. Connecting the Dots on Climate Change and Economic Development