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February 1, 2013 Headlines



Bisontennial
David Behrens

"A cold wind blew on the prairie on the day the last buffalo fell. A death wind for my people."  Sitting Bull, Hunkpapa Lakota
 

Fort Robinson Breakout Spiritual Run

NCAI President Keel to Deliver State of Indian Nations on February 14  

Is Wampum Proof of Deal?

 Did Giants Once Live in North America?

Project To Restore Tribe's Capitol Building

Education Department Data Shows Low American Indian Graduation Rate

Navajo Prep Students Pledge to Protect Their Culture, Traditions

 Cibola Student Soaks Up Inauguration Experience

UTTC Reaches Into Indian Country

Northwestern Students Seek Creation of Native American Studies Program

A Spiritual Sacrifice? Lakota Culture's View of Organ Donation is a Focus of SDSU Study

A Rich Sense of Honor: Learning from Tribal Leaders

Gold Diggers and Indians

Butterfly Wonderland Beginning to Take Flight

Food System Fail: Up to Half of World's Food Wasted

 
 

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Catch up on last month's postings:

Obama’s ‘Native American’ Definition During Immigration Speech Stirs Twitter
Native American women veterans celebrate president's inauguration
Man'
s beliefs pit military vs. Navajos
Jamestown S'Klallam tribe buys sacred site of Tamanowas Rock
Meet the last members of Bolivia
's disappearing indigenous tribe
Poverty Point nominated for World Heritage List

Idle No More has Ignited a New Generation of Native Youth
Wôpanâak Language Gets a Boost in Its Rebirth
Watching the ancient Navajo language develop in a modern culture
Students: Boycott Busch beers on behalf of Whiteclay
Tribal colleges look for dual-credit program funds
The Star School is developing a food “farm-to-school” model relevant to Native American communities

Judge upholds Montana's free-roaming bison plan
Mother To Daughter: 'That's When I Knew I Was Adopted'
Native culture program seeks to curtail violence
Alaska Natives Tackle Youth Suicide With Lessons From the Land
Mobile clinic finally goes mobile to take health care to Navajo veterans
Alleged Members Of 'Predatory' American Indian Gang On Trial
Bigfoot or animals? Strange sounds coming from swamp on Umatilla Indian
Sale of masks sparks First Nations concern
From Log to Canoe: A Seattle Native American Carves Traditional Canoes
Programs Seek To Train Musicians On Pine Ridge
2013 National Aboriginal Hockey Championship - Manitoba Try-Outs
Tulalips screen film about American Indian jazz great


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