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October 1, 2013 Headlines

The Scream
Wallace Begay, Navajo

“After the Chaos of this time, there will be Peace.” 
Rita Pitka Blumenstein, Yup'ik


Native American Leaders To Hold Leonard Peltier Tribunal Oct. 2-4. Plan to Put U.S. Government on Trial

When Did Humans Come To The Americas?

 What Is An Indigenous Nation?

The 1491 Census: Native Creates Tribal Nations Map of Turtle Island

Oldest Fort Built By Europeans in U.S. Interior, Spanish 'San Juan' Garrison, Found In North Carolina

Denouncing the Doctrine of Discovery

 New Effort by Clinton Global Initiative To Assist Authors of Native Children's Books

2013/14 AISES Student Reps, Google Scholars and NSF Geosciences Awardees

SCSU Professor Annette Lee Helps Viewers See The Sky As Native Americans Did

American Indian College Fund Names 2013 Blanchard Faculty Members of the Year

Getting Smarter About Indian Education: Who Has the Power?

Watching The People That Have Landed

Hungry Aboriginal Kids, Adults In Canada Were Subject of Nutritional Experiments

Youth Honoring Native Life Release Suicide Prevention Video

Dream of Wild Health Saves Traditional Indian Seeds and Health

Apaches' Dispute With American Museum of Natural History

11 Adorable Children Wearing Award-Winning Native American Clothing

Did You Know They're Native III? Opens At The Mitchell

Vatican Discovers First Ever Depiction of Native Americans

Oneida Indian Nation Launching Radio Ad Against Redskins

A Tradition of Craftsmanship: Pendleton Blankets

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