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Sunday 28 May, 2017
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Lee Newspapers of Montana recently reported rising incidences of racism towards Native American students at MSU-Northern. A local student, who is also a Native American, recently told reporters about overhearing two white students discussing...

By admin on May 27th, 2017

In recent years, controversial organizations like Black Lives Matter have worked hard to shed light on the plight of African Americans.   The host of CNN’s United Shades of America, W. Kamau Bell, however, argues that Native Americans...

By admin on May 25th, 2017

Majors in Family and Human Development, Advocates for better recovery programs Tempe, AZ – Millicent Michelle Pepion is Bitterwater born for the Blackfeet Nation. Her maternal grandparents are Their Forehead is Red People (Tachiini), her paternal grandparents were French fur traders of the Pacific Northwest. Millicent was born in Tuba City,...

WINDOW ROCK – In recognition of Veterans Day, members of the 23rd Navajo Nation Council honor and remember all of the men and women who have served and sacrificed in the Armed Services, many of which have sacrificed their lives for the Navajo...

By admin on Nov 11th, 2016

  FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE   TEMPE, Ariz. – a new organic meat shop is underway.   Alexander Chambers is launching Chambers Meat Company in the heart of the valley and says the new venture was created to serve people who don’t...

By admin on Jul 9th, 2016

If starting up a garden is on your spring to-do list, you’re in luck. The Little Colorado River Watershed Chapters Association (LCRWCA) will be hosting gardening workshops throughout the Navajo Nation for the month of April to help residents...

By admin on Apr 13th, 2016

DURANGO—The John and Sophie Ottens Foundation recently provided a commitment for an additional $400,000 in scholarship support for Native American students at the University of Denver’s Four Corners Master of Social Work (MSW) Program,...

By admin on Apr 6th, 2016

Ever since word broke out over a Navajo woman dying from gunshot wounds after an altercation with police in Winslow, Arizona, a degree of anger and frustration over the incident has emerged from the Native community. On March 27, 27-year-old...

By admin on Apr 4th, 2016

Looking for something fun to do this weekend? Check out these Native American events happening across the Southwest. April 1: Benefit Concert for the Longest Walk 5, Santa Fe The fifth installment of the Longest Walk, which started in 1978,...

By admin on Mar 30th, 2016

The Gallup Inter-Tribal Indian Ceremonial is currently seeking original art pieces from Native American artists for their 95th annual event. Selected artwork will be featured in the ceremonial’s five-day event. Artists who specialize...

By admin on Mar 28th, 2016