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First one in a while... Enjoy
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In Victory for Standing Rock Sioux Tribe, Court Finds That Approval of Dakota Access Pipeline Violated the Law - THE INDIGENOUS AMERICAN
Ruling: Trump administration shortcut environmental review; Court seeks additional briefing on whether to shut down pipeline – Washington, D.C. — [...]
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New trailer for the filmed in Alberta motion picture "Dead Again in Tombstone". Nathaniel Arcand as "Bull Dog" and Colin Campbell as "Boomer Brothel"
Mexico boasts a staggering genetic diversity, study shows
Mexico's staggering genetic diversity raises doubts about the medical utility of "Latino" or "Hispanic" categories.
Tamara Pimentel (@Tamara_APTN) posted a photo on Twitter
Get the whole picture - and other photos from Tamara Pimentel
Native Activist Winona LaDuke: Pipeline Company Enbridge Has No Right to Destroy Our Future
In North Dakota, more than a thousand indigenous activists from different tribes have converged at the Sacred Stone Spirit Camp, where protesters are blocking construction of the proposed $3.8 billion Dakota Access pipeline. Protesters say the pipeline would threaten to contaminate the Missouri Rive...
ANNOUNCEMENT: Nominees of the 16th Annual Native American Music Awards have donated their songs to a free compilation CD entitled, Water is Life, in support of the Standing Rock Sioux Tribe's efforts to protect their land, water and sacred sites from the Dakota Access Pipeline. #NoDAPL To download your free copy of this incredible compilation, to learn more, to support and make a donation please go to:
Sacred Stone Camp
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Map Displays Five Years of Oil Pipeline Spills | Center for Effective Government
On June 14, a natural gas pipeline ruptured and burst into flames near Cuero, Texas, releasing an estimated 165,000 pounds of toxic volatile organic compounds into the air. Nearby residents evacuated their homes, but no one was injured. Still, the accident serves as another reminder of the dangers o...
Today is International Day of the World’s Indigenous Peoples
Published August 9, 2016 NEW YORK — This year, the International Day of the World’s Indigenous Peoples (9 August) is devoted to indigenous peoples’ right to education, given the persistent ga…
“Invitation to the black hills unity concert September 2016. Live from Mt. Shasta https://t.co/Ylo2KWRTm5”
You have probably never even considered combining marijuana with menstruation, but someone has. There is a new way to not only handle your period, but also the pesky cramps that come along with it, and it is done with cannabis tampons. An innovative company in the medical cannabis industry may have…
The 5th Circuit Court of Appeals ruling on August 20 is something for members of state-recognized tribes to celebrate. Read more at ...
Aboriginal and Tribal Nation News
Shawnee tribe leader Tecumseh, and his attempts to unite all Native American tribes.
Understanding the Energy of Tonight’s Full Moon in Scorpio
There is a full moon in Scorpio tonight! Scorpio is the eighth astrological sign in the Zodiac and quite an intense one. The most used word to describe Scorpio's is intense. Much like a scorpion, scorpios can act with a tough exterior, when they are much more sensitive on the inside. The ruler of Sc…
OK here is a brand new song for all of you!
A Tribute to John Trudell
Truly the greatest mind of our time. Thank you John Trudell for all your gifts. Crazy Horse by John Trudell and Bad Dog from Live from the Fip.
Ojibway Women - Bear Song
This recording was made in July 2012 at Skownan First Nation, Manitoba, Canada.
'Black Elk Speaks' at Aurora Fox stages an under-told history - Aurora Sentinel
"I think the lens of art can make it more palatable for some in the audience," he said. "Some people may not come because they may feel guilty, but please don’t stay away because of that. It's education, and not just that, but entertainment as well."
At Last, Native American Tribes Can Prosecute Non-Native Domestic Abusers
WASHINGTON -- Two years after Congress reauthorized the Violence Against Women Act, Native American tribes can finally take advantage of one of the law's...
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