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April 1, 2013 Headlines



Haloa
Solomon Enos, Native Hawaiian

''The indigenous people have so much to share with this planet.  We are an important part of this earth.  We have been the guardians, and it is an important role with which we must continue.   We cannot let this responsibility fall into other hands.  We must not let the corporations take these resources because this is the legacy for all people, not just a few.'' 
Jesus Leon Santos, Mixteca
 


2013 State of Indian Nations Address

  Potawatomi Archbishop Reacts to Naming of First Pope from the Americas

Federal Agencies Announce Action Plan to Guide Protection of Indian Sacred Sites

Native American Veterans By The Number

International Women's Day 2013: Smiling American Indian Women Warm The Heart

Newfoundland's Birds Were The Heart of Extinct Beothuk Nation's Religion

Photographing Vanishing Cultures With a Huge Camera

Native Youth Declare 'We Are Indian! We Are Proud!"

 Program Nurtures Native Kids, Garden

 Tonight Is About Hope For A Nice Rite Of Passage On Cheyenne River Reservation

Tribal College Journal Announces Winners of 19th Annual Student Creative Writing Contest

 American Indian College Funds Student of the Year Awards Ceremony

The Coca Cola Foundation Honors First Generation Scholarship Recipients

Deloria Lane Many Grey Horse Voilich Wins National Indigenous Education Award

 

The Story of Glass Gem Corn

New CFS Report Exposes Devastating Impact of Monsanto Practices on U.S. Farmers

Tribe Warns That Children Might Play With Illegally Dumped Filter Socks

Bolivia Designates Worlds Largest Protected Wetland

Study Shows Mother Earth Heading Toward Highest Temperatures in Human History By End of Century

Worst Bee Die-Off in 40 Years

 

Ponca Songs Find New Voices

First International Traditional Games Conference

 The Indians Are Coming...Back to London

Four Weeks To Get In Shape For 30th Shiprock Marathon

US Tennis Association Reaches Out to Get More Native Youth To Play Tennis

Battle of Little Big Puck: Cowboys vs. Indians on a Hockey Rink

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