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$70,000 in scholarships awarded to native american students by Morongo tribe

In a program designed to provide financial support for California Native
American students statewide, the Morongo Band of Mission Indians provides a
scholarship program unique in the state. Seven Indian students will be the
recipients of this innovative effort this Friday when the Morongo tribal
council presents them with $70,000 in scholarship funds.

109th annual Arlee Celebration begins in Montana today

AUTHOR: KIM BRIGGEMAN of the Missoulian WHAT: 109th Annual Arlee Celebration Pow Wow WHEN: July 3-9 WHERE:Arlee Powwow Grounds, Arlee, Montana ADMISSION: Free PUBLIC: The Public is welcome CAMERAS ALLOWED: Yes, except for a few very sacred dances where they … Continue reading

18 wildfires in California taking a toll on California Indian reservations

The wildfires roaring across Southern California have burned more than
17,200 acres of land on the Yuina, Rincon, La Jolla, San Pasqual and Pala
reservations, said Jim Fletcher, superintendent for the BIA in southern
California.

1st Annual Powwow on the Plateau
2008 Abbott and Fenner Scholarship
4th annual Southwest Native American film festival
6th annual Lakota Hemp Days Aug 21-23
Asian Pacific American Heritage Month
Bill being sponsored to terminate the Cherokee tribe from Federal Recognition
Billionaire donates $5 million to Crazy Horse Memorial
Campbell Soup labels benefit Pine Ridge Reservation Elementary School
Ceremonies dedicate Sand Creek Memorial
Cherokee Nation of Oklahoma is trying to break a treaty signed in 1866
Chippewa wild rice harvest cancelled
Chris Eyer’s new movie is a supernatural thriller
Combating White Racism
Crow Tribe wants to exploit coal
Days of the Blackfeet festival showcases ethnic culture
Drive to help Lakota children of the Pine Ridge Reservation
Duck Valley Indian Rez without water, running low on food after fire destroys village
Eastern Band of Cherokee announces new art school
Five American Indian Artists to be exhibited in US Embassies
Free August 12 concert to benefit native american battered women’s shelter
Funds raised at benefit concert for preventing domestic violence, sexual assault and teen suicide
Gang Graffiti Sprayed on Petroglyph National Monument
Gates Millennium Scholars program has 1,000 scholarships for minority students
Gathering of Nations Powwow
Half the Top 20 Poorest Counties in America are included in Indian reservations
How would a two-headed being perceive the modern day powwow?
Independent film explores history of Haskell Boarding School
Indian Athlete Hall of Fame begins with 7 inductees
Indigo Girls to give Honor Our Earth benefit concert at Shiprock
Kickapoo Park Powwow near LeRoy, Illinois June 2-3
Largest pow wow on the east coast Aug. 10 – 12
Looking for relatives of Electa Smith from Greene County, Pennsylvania
Looking for relatives of Kathryn Pacquin
Makah tribal member kills whale without permits or tribal sanction
Michigan benefit concert to battle domestic violence and teen suicides
Montana High Line Pow Wow Schedule for July
Montana’s Blackfeet Tribe celebrated in Smithsonian exhibit
Multibillion-dollar Canadian residential school settlement passed
Native American Insult on the radio
Navajo inventor and family to get ‘Makeover’ home
Navajo Marine given conscientious-objector status
Navajos showcased on TV
New pemmican energy bar going on the market
Nunavut film trade show gives casting call for 2 Inuk actresses
Obama Upholds Rights of Cherokees, All Native American Tribes
Obama’s distant American Indian ancestry may make him an attractive candidate to American Indians
Old Indians mounds claimed by Eastern Cherokee tribe
Philbrook Museum of Art and University of Oklahoma receive 50 million dollar native art collection
Restoring The Fundamental Human Rights Of Indigenous Peoples
Sacred White Buffalo Calf Murdered
Santa Fe Indian Market August 18-19,2007
Sauk-Suiattle 2007 Pow Wow and Celebration AUG 24-26th
Sequal to ‘Dances With Wolves’ to go into production soon
Sitting Bull self portrait
Stanford Pow Wow is always on Mothers’ Day Weekend
State recognized Lumbee Indians cross major hurdle in battle for federal recognition
The Camas lillies are in full bloom and it’s time for the Camas Prairie Homecoming May 27-28
Tribes promise legal status to illegal immigrants
UNM Native American Heritage Festival
What tribes were affected by Hurricane Katrina?