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+         Article Links / June 1st - June 15th 2017

86 years later, Neihardt and Black Elk bond celebrated atop peak.

Native American festival celebrates veterans and first responders.

9th Annual Colorado Springs Native American Intertribal Powwow.

1 Native American Dead, Another Hospitalized After Possible Hate Crime.

Walker Art Center postpones opening of sculpture park after Native American protests.

Native American activists slam Airbnb for tone-deaf teepee ad.

Save a life for sobriety children’s Pow Wow in Bernalillo New Mexico started by Steven Bluehorse.

First Native American woman in Wyoming ordained to Episcopal priesthood.

Return Native American objects to their rightful home.

Latin-Americans with different Native-American ancestry show different health risks.

Native Americans celebrate heritage at Snow Mountain Pow Wow.

Sioux Falls-based podcast finds 'lost' voice for Native Americans.

Helping Native American Runners Take Flight.

Native American students in Utah 4 times more likely to receive disciplinary action than white students.

Our View: The Dakota: Dakota events, culture become more appreciated.

+         Article Links / May 16th - May 31st 2017

The GATHERING OF SPIRITS Will perform During Territory Days on Monday, May 29th at 12:00 Noon, 1:30 and 4:30 - (Three 1/2 hour shows) in Bancroft Park.

9th Annual Colorado Springs Native American Intertribal Powwow.

Pine Ridge, South Dakota and Odnah, Wisconsin Artists Selected for 2017 Native American Artist-in-Residence Program.

Preserving Native American Culture.

Former Wells Fargo workers say they targeted immigrants and Native Americans.

Town of Mahwah, N.J. orders tribe to take down tepees.

A place to call home: Tribes seek foster parents.

The critical coal plant Trump may not be able to save.

Prescott Unified School District begins outreach to Native Americans.

Kansas Archaeologist Rediscovers Lost Native American City.

Stanford Powwow celebrates Native American history & culture.

Racial And Ethnic Disparities Persist In Sudden Infant Deaths.

Who are the New Mutants? Here's a quick introduction.

West Michigan museum unveils massive Native American photo exhibit.

+         Article Links / May 1st - May 15th 2017

The GATHERING OF SPIRITS Will perform During Territory Days on Monday, May 29th at 12:00 Noon, 1:30 and 4:30 - (Three 1/2 hour shows) in Bancroft Park.

The GATHERING OF SPIRITS Will perform During Territory Days on Monday, May 29th at 12:00 Noon, 1:30 and 4:30 - (Three 1/2 hour shows) in Bancroft Park.

2017 Miss Indian World crowned.

Native American Art Gets Its Rightful Place In The Metropolitan Museum Of Art.

Nebraska Liquor Stores Near Pine Ridge Reservation Lose Licenses.

Native American storyteller to be featured at WT festival.

Symposium on Native American Cultural Property in Santa Fe.

White Earth Reservation uses its wild rice to prospect business in France.

Humans in California 130,000 Years Ago? Get the Facts.

Dancing is ‘in the blood’.

Provo City School District hosts first youth powwow to educate, empower.

Hundreds attend Native American Art Exhibit in Perryville.

Twelve native artists honored for work.

Native American Company Could Pursue Billions in Federal Spending, but Needs Funding to Launch.

MSU holds annual Honor Dance and Powwow Celebration.

Navajo Police Officers Honored by U.S. Attorney’s Office for Contributions to Successful Investigations.

+         Article Links / April 16th - April 30th 2017

'Cultural appropriation'? Try cultural sharing.

MSU Native American students pray for a American Indian Student Center on campus.

Native American Zodiac And Its True Meaning About Your Personality.

Native American students permitted to wear traditional regalia at graduation.

Diné Workers Helping to Build Atlanta Falcons’ New Stadium.

Saginaw Grant: playing an Indian on TV.

Manfred Urging Cleveland Indians to Scrap Chief Wahoo Logo, and Rightfully So.

Arizona State Museum unveils new Native American basketweaving exhibit.

Powwow highlights Native American culture.

Historic Huguenot Street constructing wigwam.

'And we are done!': Brooklyn Beckham proudly unveils Native American tattoo as he loses his inking virginity.

John Legend discusses his colorful new VR series ‘Rainbow Crow’.

A new Standing Rock documentary shows how film can give voice to those who feel powerless.

Little River Band Building Big Housing Development.

Prehistoric Native Americans farmed macaws in 'feather factories'.

+         Article Links / April 1st - April 15th 2017

PHOTOS: Denver March Powwow 2017.

New Documentaries on the Video Page.

Indigenous Innovation: Indian Biz Expo 2017.

9th Annual Colorado Springs Native American Intertribal Powwow.

Access to Capital and Credit in Native Communities.

Native American language preservation program moving to the Senate with $1 million price tag.

Washington University showered with both rain and culture.

Medicine Horse Village: An Urban Extended Family.

9th Annual Colorado Springs Native American Intertribal Powwow .

Library to host spring lecture series.

A Navajo Chef on the Complexities of Modernizing Native American Cuisine.

Beyond traditions.

Light Of The Moon Publishing Releases New G.W. Mullins Folklore Hardback Book
“Supernatural Tales Of The Native American Indians”.

Fish and Wildlife may propose a horse hunt on the Navajo Nation.

Advocates Welcome Signing of Native American Education Bill.

+         Article Links / March 16th - March 31st 2017

WGN America’s ‘Scalped’ Pilot Fills Out Lead Cast, Native American Filmmaker Sterlin Harjo to Produce.

Native fashion swirls onto the scene at NMAI.

Native Americans don’t have their own TV channel. A Canadian network wants to change that.

7 Native American Survival Skills.

Pictures of the Day / Native American Teepees Seen on National Mall Downtown Washington.

Risenhoover named chaplain to Native American Ministry.

NATIVE AMERICAN EDUCATION: Operation Eagle creates success.

Hotline created for Native American survivors of domestic and dating violence.

The practice of protesting is being debated in the Oklahoma legislature.

Pequot Museum launches 2017 season with spring events.

Native American Culture Week ends with activities, performances.

Gareth To Headline Native American Heritage Festival And Pow Wow On The River.

Indigenous basketball player Josiah Wilson wins human-rights case.

The industries that have the largest American Indian ownership rates.

Advocates welcome signing of Native American Education Bill.

Pocahontas Statue in Gravesend relisted 400 years after her death.

Vi Hilbert led the way in preserving the Lushootseed language.

+         Article Links / March 1st - March 15th 2017

This artist is Navajo, but don't call his work 'Native American art'.

FNX channel expands its service in Farmington.

Arrest of Native American using sweat lodge was ‘misunderstanding,’ Fargo mayor says.

Native American fashion like you’ve never seen before.

From New York, to Paris, to D.C.: Native American fashion gains ground, in spite of stolen designs.

For Navajo Team, a Season of Change and Challenge.

Heritage Center plans exhibit on famous Wetherill family.

In an Ancient Burial Place, 3 Centuries of One Woman’s Descendants.

Amber Midthunder Kicks Butt as a Native Woman Superhero on FX Network’s ‘Legion’.

Native FilmFest 2017 Is Coming!

Sweat lodges aid cultural exchange.

Montana Radio Host Suspended for Calls of Segregation for Native American School Basketball Teams.

Keeping tribal culture, language alive.

Bill would allow Native graduates to wear regalia.

+         Article Links / February 16th - February 28th 2017

Pope Francis: Native people have rights over their lands.

Native American group spreads kindness at school.

Native American tribes give blessing for El Reno High School’s mascot.

Tribe donates $4 million to Native American causes nationwide.

$1.25M gift endows scholarship for Native American students at UM.

Native American lawmakers asking to rename Columbus Day in Montana.

Experts weigh in on Native American claims Dighton Council Oak site is ancient burial ground.

Cable reality show features Montana ranch and its Native American rock art.

Bunky Echo-Hawk highlights Native American culture.

Native American Voices.

Native American community leader Joe Greaux dies.

OU receives Mellon Foundation grant for Native American arts initiative.

Archaeologists find historic Native American sites in Pennington Gap.

Trio of exhibits examines Native American history and art.

+         Article Links / February 1st - February 15th 2017

Teaching unity and faith: Native American speaker, performer Lyla June to visit Winona.

Native American art show coming to Carson City Visitors Bureau.

On Alaska’s Coldest Days, a Village Draws Close for Warmth.

UNCP’s Native museum is energized with new director.

Bronson Koenig becomes Native American role model he never had.

"100 YEARS: One Woman’s Fight for Justice" Documentary & Panel Discussion
Where: Arvada, Colorado / When: February 10, 2017.

A hope for change: Duluth Indian Child Welfare Court aims for better outcomes for Native American families.

Native American Hip-Hop Artist to Perform Feb. 1 During UW’s MLK DOD Week.

Pueblo's 21st annual'Eagle Days' are Feb. 3 to 5.

Niagara County man's documentary about Native artists causes a 'Rumble'.

Summit Right Brain: Musician and storyteller Breana Halime McCullough blends Western music with Native American traditions.

These are the Sundance 2017 films made by Indigenous women, and you HAVE to see them.

Utah State University scientists help Shoshone reclaim history of Bear River Massacre.

More white, Native Americans dying early, study says.

+         Article Links / January 16th - January 31st 2017

Ray Montoya Visits Standing Rock

CSIC's Ray Montoya volunteered at Standing Rock and shares with us his experience.

The 36th Annual Colorado Indian Market and Southwest Showcase.

PHOTO/SYNTHESIS, Photography Exhibition.

NCAI Congratulates US Department of the Interior and Craig Tribal Association on Land-into-Trust in Alaska.

Giving Back a ‘Stolen’ Property to the Original Manhattanites.

Native American duo ‘Spirits Rising’ to perform Jan. 28 at Oakland University.

American Indian Film Festival Coming to Richmond.

Governmnet has dismally failed to Educate Native American Children lawsuit alleges.

Native American Printmakers layer past with present.

Glacier’s 2017 Annual Pass Features Park’s First Native American Ranger.

Giving Back Group and Native American Rights Fund Announce Partnership.

Judge orders law concerning American Indian Art be halted.

History to be Made as Native Legislators Take on Leadership Roles across the Country.

A museum Milestone.

National traveling exhibition opens at downtown Sioux Falls library.

BLM looks to cut solar energy program in south Colorado.

+         Article Links / January 1st - January 15th 2017

These are the revolutionary women who inspired Princess Leia’s iconic hairstyle.

What diners will be eating in 2017.

Two New National Monuments Created in Utah and Nevada.

Book award series adds focus on indigenous authors.

My Journey at Standing Rock By CODY LOOKING HORSE.

Why can’t we elect a Native American like Faith Spotted Eagle as president?

Native Trails Celebrates 15th Anniversary Of Cultural Traditions In Scottsdale.

Peabody Energy and Native Americans in Dispute Over Mining in Arizona.

2016: How Dakota Pipeline Protest Became a Native American Cry for Justice.

How President Obama Has Protected Our Sacred Land for Future Generations.

In Michigan, Anti-Pipeline Activists Aim to Save Their Great Lakes.

Coeur d’Alene Tribe Gets First Eagles for Aviary.

Northwest Tribes Know Exactly How They Want To Return The Ancient One To Earth.

Gathering of Spirits


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