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Young people in Aboriginal village develop their own language

SYDNEY, AUSTRALIA—Young people in an Aboriginal village in Australia have developed their own language, The New York Times reports. Warlpiri rampaku includes features of Walpiri, an indigenous language, English and Kriol, a... — Updated 9/28/2013


Young Warrior off to Spain

CORNELLA DEL TERRI, SPAIN—In early June, Indian Life received an urgent request from David Frank of L’Arcada Camp in Spain, for a Native American person or couple to work with... — Updated 7/27/2013


We Dare to Believe

We will not be silent anymore of the wounds that ache us We will not fall victim anymore To the lie that enslaves us We need Your mercy to fall on the broken to rest on the weary soul We need a breakthrough in power and freedom to... — Updated 7/27/2013


Providence signs degree agreement with NAIITS

WINNIPEG, MB—Providence University College and The North American Institute for Indigenous Theological Studies (NAIITS) signed an agreement in principle to offer a Bachelor’s... — Updated 7/27/2013


From challenges to commitment, students talk about the National Guard

RAPID CITY, SD—Back in the days of the Viet Nam War, a kid who got into trouble could choose to go into the military or go to jail. Today that choice is no longer an option. Accor... — Updated 5/25/2013


Distant Thunder rumbles into New York theatre scene

For the many people that were disconnected from their culture, whether through boarding schools, adoption or a multitude of other reasons, a play is in development by professional... — Updated 3/17/2013

 By Hakuna    Young Warriors

Would Jesus Eat Frybread? Reclamation and Other Highlights

Frybread and grape Shasta soda—my first communion since moving to the rez. It had been a while. I shared this meal with a group of new friends—Native American Christians from Al... — Updated 1/19/2013


Shoshone-Bannock Tribes prepare youth for college

BOISE, ID—In the spirit of collaboratively honoring the 2010 Memorandum of Agreement between Shoshone-Bannock Tribes and Idaho State University, in part to promote educational... — Updated 12/16/2012


In the spirit of Crazy Horse, veterans honored

CUSTER, SD—The spirit of Crazy Horse was present during a recent Native American memorial and honoring horse ride. Lakota riders from various reservations in South Dakota banded... — Updated 9/26/2012


Respected artist and sculptor discovers spiritual truth

Quentin Harris (Salish) is a respected Northwest Coast First Nations artist and carver. He grew up on British Columbia’s coast in the town of Maple Ridge. He has been teaching... — Updated 9/24/2012


Anthony Ervin's fantastic journey keeps on keeping on

Editor's Note: Anthony Ervin, a swimmer who claims Native American Ancestry, qualified for a spot on the 2012 U.S. Olympic swim team. Ervin's father is Native American and... — Updated 9/23/2012


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