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December 1, 2011

"The arrival of the white buffalo is like the second coming of Christ. It will bring about purity of mind, body and spirit, and unify all nations,
black, red, yellow, and white."

Floyd Hand, Sioux medicine man, on the 1994 birth of
Miracle, the Sacred White Buffalo

 Volume 1   

Dec 2, 2011 White House Tribal Nations Conference
 Obama Not Expected to Attend Early Sessions

In Solidarity, Occupy Group Joins with Native Americans

Status Indians Could Legally Be Extinct in 75 Years

 Jack Abramhoff, In New Book, Decries Endemic Corruption in Washington

Pathways Spiritual Sanctuary Walk Welcomes All
Aboriginal Stonehenge: Stargazing in Ancient Australia

Volume 2  

Most Nunavut Toddlers Lack Healthy Diet

Pizza is a Vegetable. Really?

 House of Snow

Students Learn to Preserve Native American Baskets

White House Highlights Native American Youth as "Champions of Change"

Oren Lyons Receives Syracuse University Environmental Award

 

 Volume 3  

78 Successful Natural Alterative Cancer Treatments Commonly Used World-Wide, part 1

Can Anything Live Forever?

The Real Thanksgiving: The 10 Best Native American Harvest Dishes

Native Youth Commercial Tobacco Challenge

Dangerous Toys: What to Leave Off Your 2011 Gift List

 Volume 4  

Pine Ridge Skate Park A Promise for the Future

American Indian Motion Picture Award Winners

Rise of Indigenous Actress Marks Change in Peru

Navajo Jacoby Ellsbury Finishes Second in American League MVP Contest

Vans Pendleton Shoes Were "Hottest Shoes In NDN Country" at Chicago Powwow


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