The landscape of the northern plains near Cut Bank came alive recently as the single largest wind farm in Montana officially began spinning its turbines. Hundreds of onlookers, including one of the project’s biggest advocates, Gov.
Native American language certification policy adoptedAhwatukee Foothills NewsA new policy development by the Arizona Department of Education (ADE) and Native American tribes could pave the way for Native American languages to be taught in classrooms.
BloombergKeystone pipeline's path cuts across Native American land, historyEnid News & EagleTransCanada's plan to dig a trench and bury part of its $7 billion, 1,700-mile Keystone XL pipeline right through this land has unearthed a host of Native...
Stickball promotes Native American cultureDaily O'CollegianNARELP, a mentorship program for Native American students, hosted a social stickball game to give students an opportunity to let loose and learn about opportunities on campus while...
Indian Country Today Media Network.comNative American Rights Fund Fires Back at Cobell Lawyers Over FeesIndian Country Today Media Network.comJohn Echohawk, Native American Rights Fund executive director, (left) and his team have issued a statement...
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