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November 1, 2013

"[Leonard Peltier is] the Nelson Mandela of the Native American movement.  We've held this one, aging Native American, who even the government says, 'We have no idea what Mr. Peltier's involvement was.'   And it's a shame on our national honor."   
Peter Coyote, actor and activist


 White House Tribal Nations Conference Set for November 13

 A Dutch Massacre of Our Lenape Ancestors on Manhattan

McDonnell Conserves Werewocomoco

The Day Tecumseh's Prophecy Rocked The World  
GH Man Documents Truth

 TB Vaccines Tested on Natives  

Why Queen Recognizes A US Tribe But US Government Does Not  

Minneapolis Indian Education Program Faces Challenges of Poverty, Homelessness, History

 Use Your Voice: Ta'Kaiya Blaney Speaks -- and Sings -- Her Hope for the Future

 Indian School Calls Out Redskins Owner

 Five Native American "Champions" Call For Change  

3rd Annual "Rock Your Mocs!" on November 15

 Amherst College Acquires Rare Native Book Collection

Indigenous Woman Gives Birth On Hospital Lawn In Mexico After Doctors Denied Her Care

Native American Legal Nonprofits: "Stay Away from Supreme Court" 

Impact on Washington: WINS 20th Anniversary!

 Native Tribes' Traditional Knowledge Can Help US Adapt to Climate Change  

 Chickasaw Craftsman Upholds Ancient Hunting Tradition  

2013 "Native American 40 Under 40" Award Winners


 American Indian College Fund Teams With Midwestern Tribal Colleges To Preserve Native Art

  Cherokee National Youth Choir in Macy's Thanksgiving Day Parade

  Native Students and Community at Teepee Tailgate Gathering

AIM West Screens "A Good Day To Die" At It's 2013 International Film Festival

A Successful First International Native Games Conference in June 2013

 Plymoth Plantation Makes Replica of Native American Canoe for Smithsonian

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