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Tightrope stunt puts focus on Navajo Nation culture, tourism Tightrope stunt puts focus on Navajo Nation culture, tourism
The Navajo Nation will be featured prominently on national television as part of a tightrope stunt across the Grand Canyon.
Meet Native America: Jonathan Perry, Aquinnah Wampanoag Meet Native America: Jonathan Perry, Aquinnah Wampanoag
The National Museum of the American Indian continues its Meet Native America series with Jonathan Perry, a council member for the Aquinnah Wampanoag Tribe of Massachusetts.
Bill Clinton helps South Dakota tribes with wind energy project Bill Clinton helps South Dakota tribes with wind energy project
Former president Bill Clinton (D) is helping six South Dakota tribe promote a wind energy project. The Cheyenne River Sioux Tribe, the Crow Creek Sioux Tribe, the Oglala Sioux Tribe,...
CBC Radio: Interview and performance by A Tribe Called Red CBC Radio: Interview and performance by A Tribe Called Red
A Tribe Called Red appeared on CBC Radio this morning.
KRBD: Recall targets leaders of Ketchikan Indian Community KRBD: Recall targets leaders of Ketchikan Indian Community
KRBD Community Radio reports on a recall effort at the Ketchikan Indian Community in Alaska.
Authorities tight-lipped over death of girl on Spirit Lake Nation Authorities tight-lipped over death of girl on Spirit Lake Nation
Federal authorities remain tight-lipped about the death of a three-year-old girl on the Spirit Lake Nation in North Dakota.
Burial site uncovered as part of   Hualapai  Tribe's road project Burial site uncovered as part of Hualapai Tribe's road project
A burial site was uncovered as part of a road project for the Hualapai Tribe of Arizona.
Comanche Nation   preserves language for future generations Comanche Nation preserves language for future generations
Through the efforts of its tribal college, the Comanche Nation of Oklahoma is preserving its language for future generations.
History: Indian woman sought share of late husband's estate History: Indian woman sought share of late husband's estate
Jim Kershner digs into the archives and finds a June 20, 1913, story about Susan Enos, an Indian woman who went to court to stake her claim to her former husband's estate.
Richard Gomez: Chumash Tribe builds new  future with education Richard Gomez: Chumash Tribe builds new future with education
Richard Gomez, the vice chairman of the Santa Ynez Band of Chumash Indians, on the importance of education to the tribe.
Books: The   days of a boy captured by Comanches in 'The Son' Books: The days of a boy captured by Comanches in 'The Son'
The New York Times highlights The Son, a novel about a man who was captured by Comanches in Texas.
Dina Gilio-Whitaker: Justice for Mayans in  Guatemala genocide Dina Gilio-Whitaker: Justice for Mayans in Guatemala genocide
Dina Gilio-Whitaker on the successful verdict in the Maya genocide trial in Guatemala.
Supreme Court ruling in  closely-watched ICWA    case next week Supreme Court ruling in closely-watched ICWA case next week
The U.S. Supreme Court will be issuing a decision in Adoptive Couple v. Baby Girl, an Indian Child Welfare Act case, next week.
Tribes  participate in study to control   dogs with contraception Tribes participate in study to control dogs with contraception
Two tribes are participating in a study to determine whether wild dog populations can be controlled with contraception.
National prayer days to protect sacred places from June 20-26 National prayer days to protect sacred places from June 20-26
The eleventh National Days of Prayer to Protect Native American Sacred Places will be observed across the country between June 20 and June 26.
Nonprofit builds new home for Navajo Nation family each year Nonprofit builds new home for Navajo Nation family each year
Every year, a non-profit builds a home for a family on the Navajo Nation.
Montana court upholds transfer of  Yellowstone bison to tribes Montana court upholds transfer of Yellowstone bison to tribes
The Montana Supreme Court ruled that bison from Yellowstone National Park can be transferred to two tribes.
Native Sun News:   Creating business on Pine Ridge Reservation Native Sun News: Creating business on Pine Ridge Reservation
Creating sustainable and productive businesses on the Pine Ridge Indian Reservation is an arduous and time consuming task.
Native Sun News:  Albert White Hat passes   to  the   spirit world Native Sun News: Albert White Hat passes to the spirit world
The Sicangu Lakota lost too many leaders last week, but those who knew Albert White Hat, 75, know the legacy he left behind.

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