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December 1, 2012 Headlines

 White House Tribal Nations Conference Set for December 5

This is Indian Country

 PopVox: Stay Up to Date With American Indian Issues in  Congress

Code Talker Shares Birthday with Veterans Day

 Boy's Miracle Cure Makes Native American Saint

 The Newest Face of Gerber Is Native

Taken: Maine Addresses Native Child Welfare Issues

 Crazy Cash Gives High Schoolers a Taste of Managing Money

 Gmail Now Supports Cherokee, It's First Native American Tribal Language

 CSU Little Shop of Physics Teams Up with Oglala Lakota College This Week at Pine Ridge Reservation

Suicide is Epidemic for American Indian Youth

 The Most Important Fish in the Sea is 88% Gone

 Native American Food Security Project  

10 Recipes and Partnerships Promote Healthy Eating for Nunavummiut  

Paintings Created Hundreds of Years After Feast Aren't Historically, Factually Accurate

Smart Songs Gives Lesson on Native American History

A Journey of Culture: The Tribal Canoe Journey in Olympia, Washington

 Soboba Player Shares Thanksgiving With Obama

  10 of the World's Biggest Unsolved Mysteries

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Navajo Nation President Shelly Objects to Congressional Report Calling Indian Programs  'Welfare'
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The Métis Nation of Ontario Celebrates Louis Riel Day
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Hopi File New Lawsuit Against Snowbowl
Arctic Children and Youth Foundation Plans launch of Online Youth Forum
Native American Students Try to Preserve Tribe'S Culture
L.E.A.D. Conference a Diverse Meeting of Native Minds
Getting An Education –a Heroic Feat For Native Children In Bolivia
Estée Lauder Companies Awards $11,000 to American Indian College Fund for Minnesota Tribal College Scholarships
Tribe Breaks Ground on $4.7 Million Center
Brazilian Indians’ Water  ‘Poisoned’ In Bitter Land Dispute
US Food Giant Accused Over Biofuel 'Tainted With Indian Blood'
 Hopi File New Lawsuit Against Snowbowl
Polar Bear Iceberg Sanctuary Discovered
Crocodile Eggs Measure River Health a New Land Management Tool Using Aboriginal Knowledge
With Temperatures Dropping, Conditions Worsen for 'Rez Dogs'
Lensman Who Devoted His Career to Photographing the Code Talkers Is Still Capturing History
Bigfoot DNA Tests Prove The Hairy Beast Exists, Genetic Researcher Says
Dakota War Gets Airing on Public Radio
Pow Wow Dancing Paves the Way for Pueblo Indian Artist John Jaramillo
Los Angeles Clippers to Host Native American Heritage Day

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