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OPEN RECRUITMENT REGISTERED EARLY CHILDHOOD EDUCATOR TEACHER

Salary: PSAC Salary Grid Position Summary: Under the supervision of the School Principal, the RECE Teacher is responsible for providing a positive learning environment that enhances and supports each...

 

CAA Management is currently looking for reliable, hard-working talent for the following positions...

For more information please contact Human Resource Dept. by phone 518.358.6072x140 or by email Jobs@caamgmt.com Or Apply online at...

 

Peace and Friendship Treaty Marks Significant Historical Agreement

The Nation of Hawai’i and California’s Yurok Tribe, the state’s largest federally recognized tribe, are excited to unveil the ratification of an unprecedented Peace and Friendship Treaty. This t...

 

Pennsylvania Looks to Increase Awareness about Indigenous Cultures and People

The lack of federally recognized tribal groups in Pennsylvania has led to a partial understanding of its Native American heritage, according to officials. They recently unveiled a grant-supported init...

 

Sara Hill, Former Cherokee Nation Attorney General Nominated to Federal Bench

President Biden has expressed his intention to put forth Sara Hill (Cherokee) as a nominee for the U.S. District Court for the Northern District of Oklahoma. Hill marks President Biden’s fourth...

 

Fiscal Officer

Position Available Department: Finance FLSA Status: Non-Exempt, Mon-Fri Salary: $50,250 per year Closing Date: November 9, 2023 Native Preference in Hiring Background check for employment purposes...

 

Indian Time Newspaper Reporter/Photographer

RESPONSIBLE TO: Editor JOB DUTIES: 1. Photograph and report on community events and conduct interviews for Indian Time Newspaper. 2. Meet deadlines for Editor and Layout Artist. 3. Produce news...

 

Basic Call to Consciousness

Continued from last week. The Indo-Europeans attacked every aspect of North America with unparalleled zeal. The Native people were ruthlessly destroyed because they were an unassimilable element to...

 

EDUCATIONAL ASSISTANT

Salary: PSAC Salary Grid Position Summary: Under the direction of the Classroom Teacher, the incumbent is responsible for ensuring a safe environment for all students. The Educational Assistant will...

 

RESOURCE OUTREACH SPECIALIST

Position Summary: The Resource Outreach Specialist works collaboratively to provide excellent customer service and high quality engaging drop in and virtual programs for children and families. Develop...

 

1986 Group trip to Hawaii, Dave Mitchell & Judy Cole

1986 Group trip to Hawaii, Dave Mitchell & Judy Cole, dressed and ready to perform! Thank you to Dave Mitchell for bringing in this great...

 

School District Upset Over Inability to use Native Mascots Sues Regents

The Connetquot school district has initiated legal action against the state Board of Regents, challenging a statewide prohibition on public schools employing Native American imagery, mascots, and...

 

Tsi Niiontkonwarò:roks Nikahá:wi Karihwanóntha tánon Tekarihwa'serákwen

1. Oh nisakierá:ne ne tsi niiontkonwaró:roks nikahá:wi? What are you doing for Halloween? 2. Wa'katenonhsahserón:ni tsi niiontkonwarò:roks nikah...

 

Former Navajo Nation President Seeks Congressional Seat

Jonathan Nez, a former leader of the Navajo Nation, declared his candidacy for Congress on Monday. Nez, a 48-year-old Democrat, will run for the seat currently held by Eli Crane, a Republican who has...

 

Indigenous Australians Upset at Results of Referendum Meant to Bolster Rights and Inclusion

AUSTRALIA - Advocates for the indigenous community, who sought the establishment of an advisory body in Australia to represent its most marginalized ethnic group, have described the refusal via a...

 

Muscogee Tribe is a 'Trailblazer' Being First Tribe in Oklahoma to use Robotic Surgery System

The Council Oak Comprehensive Healthcare of the Muscogee Nation in Tulsa, Okla., made history on October 9th as the first Tribal health care facility in the lower 48 U.S. states to execute a minimally...

 

Oklahoma Supreme Court Declines to Hear Protest Over Tribal Compacts

The Oklahoma Supreme Court, in a 6-3 vote, declined to hear a case on Monday challenging the state legislators’ decision to renew tribal agreements without the governor’s approval. The legal...

 

Mountain Synonymous with Massacre is Renamed

COLORADO - A prominent mountain situated to the southwest of Denver has been renamed as a part of a countrywide initiative to acknowledge and address past injustices against Native Americans. The...

 

Police Blotter

THEFT UNDER $5000 Cornwall, ON – Peter Francis, 39, of Akwesasne, was arrested on October 18th, 2023, and charged with theft under $5000. It is alleged that on or about April 20th, 2023, the man...

 

Chinese Workers Sue Over Working Conditions in Navajo Territory

ALBUQUERQUE, N.M. - Workers of Chinese descent claim they were deceitfully brought to northern New Mexico and made to work long hours cultivating marijuana on the Navajo Nation, where such activity...

 

Demolition of Church Thought to Have Unmarked Burial Sites Begins

MICHIGAN - The Community Presbyterian Church on the Lac du Flambeau Indian Reservation is currently being demolished after the historical preservation office of the tribe discovered an unmarked grave...

 

Entertainment Binge

By Isaac White. Have you ever watched those movie preview videos on YouTube? You know, the video is a list of such and such with some trailer and in-movie footage included? We like those in our house...

 

Minnesota Working to Change Flag

A state commission in Minnesota is currently engaged in the design of a new state flag and seal. This initiative is in response to concerns over the present emblem, which many view as offensive to...

 

Water Rights Becoming a Focal Point for Native Nations

Across the expansive White Earth Indian Reservation in Minnesota, the native tribe has historically depended on waters for wild rice harvesting, sturgeon restoration, and supplying bait for fishing....

 

Department of Education Announces $11 Million in Funding

The U.S. Department of Education revealed new grants exceeding $11 million for the inaugural Native American Language Resource Centers (NALRC), the Na...

 

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