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October 1, 2012 Headlines




Inside Out Street Art, NYC
Brandon Many Ribs, Lakota


"The stereotypes have grown worse and worse. The way people are raised and taught is coming out in a younger generation. Were blind to (native] culture. Its not something that should be kept from us. 
Christopher Gardipee, 18, non-native

 

Definition of Indigenous Peoples Used in International Law

Slain Ambassador Was Member of Local Chinook Tribe

Native Americans As Slaves, Slave Owners in North

New Zealand Grants a River the Rights of Personhood

NCAIED Announces 2012 National "Native American 40 Under 40" Awards  

Ojo Amarillo Elementary School is a Little School Showing Big Success

Preparing Native American Students for the Workforce of the Future

Native American Spiritual Beliefs Influential in Spurring Youth to Avoid Drugs and Alcohol

 Solving Shortage At Tribal Schools

Rising Star: Tiarra Little

Native American Sorority Empowers Women and Promotes Culture

Some Outrageous Facts About Inequality 

Indigenous Tourism Organizations from Six Countries Have Agreed to Form a World Indigenous Tourism Alliance

Bolivia Set to Banish Coca-Cola to Mark Mayan End of Capitalism

Leonard Peltier Celebrates His 68th Birthday in Prison

Chief White Eagle Memorial Dedication

Indian Affairs Committee Hangs Native Hawaiian Art for the First Time

Pine Ridge: Movement on the Rez

Native Young Documentary

NB3F Receives 2012 Patterson Award for Excellence in Sports Philanthropy

Ojibwe Women Singers Learn From Their Ancestors' Voices

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September, 2012 Article Highlights

Bittersweet October: Fighting American Indian Stereotypes
Pokagon Potawatomi Celebrate 18th Anniversary of Federal Recognition
Community Mourns Loss of Faith Hedgepeth
To Find Truly Wild Rice, Head North To Minnesota
Mississippi Craftsman Makes, Uses Arrow Points Out of Stone
Tribe Invites UC Researcher to Study Acorns
California's First People Live in Songs
Warrior Sport Dashes Onto Field for Native American Days at Angel Mounds

Arts Initiative Gets Underway in Lame Deer School
Human Rights - Protections for American Indian Women
Hospital Sues IHS for $1.65M For Treating Tribal Members
Rats Fed Lifetime of GM Corn Grow Horrifying Tumors
Monsanto Charged with Chemical Poisoning
House Passes Sweeping Anti-Environmental Bill As Final Business Before Elections
Neil Young Puts Native Horseman Front and Center on Cover of Upcoming Album
Ho-Chunk Starts Up Arena Football Team
LaDonna Harris and Johnny Depp in Comanche Nation Fair Parade

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