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May 1, 2013 Headlines




"I do not think the measure of a civilization  is how tall its buildings of concrete are, but rather how well its people have learned to relate to their environment and fellow man.
Sun Bear, Chippewa   


 Indigenous Activist Fights To Save His Tribe And The Amazon Rainforest  

Hopi Katsinam and Nazi Art Theft: An Expert Discusses Principles of Repatriation 

Descendant Talks About Chief Pontiac's Legacy /American Indians Gather In Lincoln Park To Honor Chief Pontiac

A Flag Of The Fathers

 Two Men Translate, Publish Native American Prisoner of War Letters

 Native American Youth Language Fair Has Record Attendance

Turning the Page At The Page High School UNITY Contest Powwow

 Science Bowl and Science Fair Winners!

 Jill Biden Will Deliver Navajo Technical College Commencement Address

Attorney General Tom Horne Wins Federal District Court Case Against Tucson's Ethnic Studies Program

 UN Fails to Accommodate Lakota Genocide Complaint  

Jim Thorpe's Sons Win Federal Lawsuit Against Jim Thorpe, PA

Trees Bent By American Indians Being Identified And Preserved

 Standing Still: Running Water Remains A Dream For Most On Six Nations

 Two Bedroom Home That Housed 13 on Pine Ridge Reservation At US Capitol

Rare, 1920 Film Featuring 300 Comanche and Kiowa Actors To Premier In Kansas

 Baseball: More Than A Pastime For S'Klallam/Noo-Kayet, Our Village
 Inuit Throat Singers

Native American Fashion Goes Beyond Buckskin and Headdresses

Arizona Highways: Flying High On Apache Skateboards Designed by Arizona Artist

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