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January 1, 2013 Headlines



Pushed Up to Sky
Duke Sine, Apache

"Today, I issue an invitation—to tribal leaders, to Indian people, to our partners in Congress and the Administration, and to all Americans—to join together in building this new era."
Jefferson Keel,  Chickasaw, President, National Congress of American Indians


The Idle No More Movement
 


Native American Tribes Successfully Buy Back Stolen Sacred Land

Democracy Existed in the Americas Long Before the Europeans Arrived

 Wall in Lauderdale Honoring Native American Woman Contains 8.5 Million Pounds of Stone

  "Island of the Blue Dolphins" Woman's Cave Believed Found  

 School Shooting Survivors Arrive in Newtown  

Tribal Sovereignty Curriculum Available to Washington School Districts

 More Racism at Amherst College, Native Students Speak Out

Awakening Language

  Microsoft Releases First Windows OS In An Original American Language

 Map Shows Threats, Stress on Great Lakes

 Ground Melting Underfoot in Alaska

Young Architects Build Cutting-Edge Navajo Homes

 Aboriginal Farming in New England


Giant Sequoia Tree 'The President' Tops 'General Grant'

 
 

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Idle No More' National Day of Action and Solidarity
Brings Thousands to the Streets |
The Last Plains Indian War Chief Still Fights for His Home, His People, and Their Way of Life
Akaka calls for Passage of Native Hawaiian Government Reorganization Act
Sand Creek Massacre Descendants Seek Justice 148 Years Later
National Museum of the American Indian Hosts Inaugural Ball
Fire Destroys Longhouse on Colville Reservation in Washington
Five Native American Siblings - All Under Age Nine - Perish in Mississippi Car Accident
American Indian Early Head Start nabs $820,000
Aboriginal Homeschool Program Helps Parents Become Child’s First Teacher
American Indian Adoption Case Comes to Supreme Court
The Children First Playground: Where Arctic Kids Can Dream
A State of Emergency for American Indian and Native Students
Tribal College Coming to Rapid City
Park Service Wants Female Bison Removed from Northern Yellowstone Herd
The Newest Species To Make Endangered List Thanks To Climate Change
Brazil Forest Protection Turns To Digital World
Scarce Water Fuels Conflict Over Future
Food Essential to Native Economy, Health
Tribal Leaders Worry About Future Of Medicaid
Skate Park Part of S'Klallam Teens' Efforts to Build More Rec Sites
The Olympics of Indian Basketball
IRS Auctioning Off Native American Artwork Collection
2012’s Biggest Indian Country Surprises
The Puck Drops in Sandy Lake: Teacher and Dad Score Hockey Gear for First Nation Kids

Should Statue's Move Reunite Anthony Wayne with Native Americans, Old Fort?
Monaco Princess Charlotte Casiraghi Branded 'Ignorant' Over Native American Costume at Paris Show


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