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HEADLINES October 1, 2011


Sun'aq Boys by Frank Peterson

"When you get older and you are ready,
your ancestors will show up to guide you." 

Joe Coyhis, Stockbridge-Munsee
 

 Volume 1

Baucus and Tester Seek Congressional Gold Medal for Elouise Cobell

State Issues Fraud Warning to Native Americans

The Taino Race of American Indian People is Far From Extinct

Misconceptions, Biases a Part of Daily Life

World's Oldest Person Thriving in Rainforest

2011 Native American 40 Under 40

The International Council of 13 Indigenous Grandmothers to Hold Gathering in Brasilia, Brazil, in October

 Volume 2

Translated Cartoon Series Marks Comeback of Lakota Language

BEAR WALKER: The New Adventures of Rabbit and Bear Paws

Project Teaches Native Youth To Be Leaders

We the People

Native Youth Group Bikes 200 Miles on the Trail of the Ancients

 Sequoyah Robotics Team 49th in World

United Tribes ... Dedicate New Campus Garden

Volume 3

Nobel Peace Prize Winners Urge Obama to Reject Tar Sands Pipeline

Ancient Incan Agriculture Revived Due to Climate Change

Protect Great Lakes as Commons, Says Council of Canadians

American Indians Learn Native Hawaiian Ancient Healing Practices on Oahu Retreat

Inuit Rally in Ottawa In Face of Suicides Toll

Architecture Students Build Green Homes for Native Americans

Red Lake to Restore Great Pine Forests

Volume 4  

13,000-Year-Old Bone with Mammoth or Mastodon Carving May be First in Western Hemisphere

 National Parks that Best Tell American Indian Culture and History

The 2011 Native American Music Awards

Courage With Grace: Tribal Police Chief is Accomplished Dancer, Too

Food Network Praises Tocabe's Healthy Indian Taco

Florida State Mascot Upsets Native Americans in Oklahoma

A.J. Russell Makes His NASCAR Debut

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