Fond du Lac Follies

This is a final salute to Ronald Chic Smith. The Marine veteran was awarded three Purple Hearts in Korea. Chic was 77 years old....

Health Disparities in Indian Country

Your child’s health - so much more than just shots Is your child healthy? If your child has not had a full “well child” exam...

Political Matters: Native Issues in the Halls of Government

I was contacted in January about a physical attack on imprisoned American Indian Movement (AIM) activist Leonard Peltier. According to various accounts, Peltier was...

Author Joseph Marshall takes leadership lessons from Crazy Horse

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Court decision shrinks Wisconsin Tribe’s reservation

A January court ruling shrinking a Wisconsin Indian tribe’s reservation means gambling cannot resume at a golf course and some tribal members may have...

Red Lake Band holds COPS Native American Training Series

Twenty-five participants braved inclement weather to attend the COPS Native American Training Series (Train the Trainer) held at the Red Lake Humanities Center on...

Red Lake Band holds COPS Native American Training Series

Twenty-five participants braved inclement weather to attend the COPS Native American Training Series (Train the Trainer) held at the Red Lake Humanities Center on...

Peltier attacked and beaten

On Jan. 13, Leonard Peltier (64) was brutally assaulted by a group of inmates after being transferred to Canaan Federal Prison in Pennsylvania from...

Elder Circle helps troubled students at Fond du Lac School

Instead of standing before a panel of administrators, troublemakers and truants at the Fond du Lac Ojibwe School join a traditional circle of elders,...

Sierra Club Partners with Indigenous Environmental Network

The Sierra Club and the Indigenous Environmental Network are fighting a project that would bring one of the dirtiest forms of energy extraction in...

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Native report scheduled for fourth season

Native Report, a weekly TV news magazine produced in Duluth, has been renewed for a fourth season and is scheduled to start in February....

Eminent Domain: The 400 Year Battle Against Native Americans for Every...

After the War for Independence, the stage was set for wholesale theft of Indian lands, for all Indians bore the stigma, real or presumed,...

Proud to Be an American—Native American Indian

Larimer-Adams is an award winning author and jewelry designer, a personal life coach, mother of three, and grandmother of five. Jeanne is involved...

What Does Justice Look Like? The Struggle for Liberation in Dakota...

A passionate and unyielding voice for justice, Waziyatawin, Dr. Angela Wilson, advocates for Minnesota Truth vs. Minnesota Nice. This book is first of all...

Women and Warriors of the Plains: The Pioneer Photography of Julia...

Ok, so this one isn’t new but I couldn’t resist. As a Native photographer, I pride myself on knowing most of the old time...

Warriors in Uniform: The Legacy of American Indian Heroism

This illustrated history covers the last Confederate general—a Cherokee—to lay down his arms; the code talkers who used tribal languages to help win World...

Native American Transracial Adoptees Tell Their Stories

Native American Transracial Adoptees Tell Their Stories is the work of two researchers, Rita J. Simon and Rachel Hernandez, who sought to present the...

The Porcupine Year

In this riveting continuation of the story of Omakayas, “little frog”, Louise Erdrich weaves a readable, yet very complex story about a girl’s spiritual...

Me Sexy: An Exploration of Native Sex and Sexuality

Is Cree really the sexiest of all languages? Does Inuit sex have a dark side? These are some of the questions answered in this...