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  • Resource Database / News Media, Television & Radio / Newspapers - Native & Indigenous

    Resources: 38 listings
    Name and Description Nation Location
    American Native Press Archives
    The American Native Press Archives began in 1983 as a clearinghouse for information on American Indian and Alaska Native newspapers and periodicals. In the ensuing years, it has evolved as a joint effort of the Department of English and the Ottenheimer Library, and its mission has changed to collecting and archiving the products of the Native press and materials related to Native press history, collecting and documenting the works of Native writers, and constructing bibliographic guides to Native writing and publishing. It stands today as one of the world's largest repositories of Native thought.
    Anishinaabe News
    Anishinaabe US - Northeast
    Anishinaabe News is a reincarnation of the original Anishinaabe newspapaer "Nishnawbe News" published at Northern Michigan Unversity. Anishinaabe News is now available online.
    More sites on www.nmu.edu
    Arizona Native Scene
    Navajo US - Southwest
    Privately Indian-owned monthly Arizona Native Scene covers central Arizona news and sports. It is circulated to five Indian Nations, Salt River, Gila River, Fort McDowell, Tonto Apache, including parts of the Navajo Nation. It has been in operation for 10 years in Arizona. Call 602-448-0260 for more information or visit our website: www.arizonana
    Char-Koosta News
    Flathead US - Northwest
    Official news publication of the Flathead Indian Nation. The name "Char-Koosta" comes from the names of the last traditional leaders of the Salish and Kootenai people. Chief Charlo was the last traditional chief of the Salish people. Chief Koostatah was the last traditional chief of the Kootenai people.
    Cherokee Observer
    "The Only Independent Cherokee Newspaper" "The Original On-line Independent Cherokee Newspaper"
    More sites on www.geocities.com
    Chickasaw Times
      US - Southwest
    News stories about the Chickasaw nation. The Chickasaw Times is mailed free to Chickasaw registered voters, government and educational offices and upon request to other Indian citizens. Reprint permission is granted with credit to The Chickasaw Times unless other copyrights are shown.
    More sites on www.chickasaw.net
    Dibaudjimoh - News from Chippewas of Nawash First Nation
    Chippewa Canada - Eastern
    Dibaudjimoh is periodically published by Nawash Communications. This site is the electronic version and includes a lot of extras. Click the red links to navigate through the site and you'll be able to read what the characters are saying
    Headwaters News
      US - West
    suggested subject: News services Headwaters News is a daily synopsis of news and commentary, including Native issues, for the Rocky Mountain West from northern Canada to the Mexican border.
    Indian Country Today Online
    Leading Indian newspaper, the online version which does not include the full content - articles, advertisements, notices and listings - that appear only in our newsprint edition. Still, a major source of Indian news.
    More sites on indiancountry.com
    Indian Life
    This site offers a variety of culturally relevant materials (books, newspaper, radio program etc.) which has been very helpful to the people of my reservation. Indian Life is a Christian organization, that has been around a few years.
    Welcome to Indianz.Com, Your Internet Resource. Our mission is to provide you with quality news, information, and entertainment from a Native American perspective. We make it easy for you to keep updated on news occuring throughout Indian Country. If you're looking for reliable, concise, and relevant information and content affecting tribes and Native Americans, your first stop is Indianz.Com.
    More sites on www.indianz.com
    Kayenta TODAY
    Navajo US - Southwest
    A monthly newspaper for northeastern Navajo area residents
    Lakota Country Times
    Lakota United States
    Native women owned on-line and print weekly newspaper that promotes Family Literacy in local reservation schools with "Truth, Intergrity and Lakota Spirit"
    Lakota Journal
    Lakota US - West
    Weekly Native-owned newspaper published in Rapid City, SD covering the Northern Plains area.
    Le Petit Journal
    Metis Canada
    Metis Nation of Saskatchewan On-Line Newspaper News, Politics, Humor, Education, etc.
    More sites on www.geocities.com
    Native American Press - OjibweNews
    Ojibwe US - Northeast
    Printing the news accurately, providing a forum for the 'voices of the people,' and encouraging Indian people to empower ourselves by exposing corruption and demanding accountability from our governments.
    Native American Report
      US - Northeast
    From a nationwide network of sources in tribal, federal and state governments, as well as Native American associations, industry and the research community Native American Report delivers the latest news about federal legislation, impending regulations, funding allocations, and much more.
    More sites on www.bpinews.com
    News From Indian Country
      US - Central
    a twice-monthly, independent, Indian-owned newspaper supplying national news, pow-wow dates, and information to all of Indian Country. Our news team goes from coast to coast, and city to reservation, to bring you the latest, most accurate stories about communities and their times.
    News from the Sloughs
    Chippewa US - Northeast
    Monthly online newspaper for the Bad River Band of Lake Superior Tribe of Chippewa Indians, located in Odanah, Wisconsin.
    Nunatsiaq News
    Inuktitut Canada - Northern
    An English-weekly newspaper that has served the people of [Nunavut] and the Nunavik region of Arctic Quebec since 1973.
    OCB Tracker-California's Native News
      United States
    OCB Tracker is a Native American owned and operated newspaper in Southern California. It has articles and stories concerning American Indian events in California, the United States and Canada. OCB Tracker is also an online news website. It has a readership of 40,000+. Subscription information is online.
    More sites on www.ocbtracker.com
    Quechan News
    Quechan US - Southwest
    A new and exciting publication and e-zine for us! We offer news and information, hot off the press! We give you the local news as well as global news! We are here to inform you on current events as they happen. We give up news on tribal affairs, current events, sports, entertainment, lifestyles, health and wellness, and so much more!!!!
    Raven's Eye - Aboriginal Newspaper of British Columbia
      Canada - Western
    A monthly publication first published in 1983, Windspeaker was intended to serve the Aboriginal people of northern Alberta. In the years that followed, Windspeaker expanded and developed its circulation base and readership to the point where in 1993, on its 10th anniversary, it refocused its editorial coverage and repositioned itself to become Canada's first and only provider of national Aboriginal news, information and opinion.
    More sites on www.ammsa.com
      US - Northwest
    Reznet, a new online newspaper, will pay American Indian students to write for their school newspaper -- even if their colleges don’t have one. Reznet is a project of The University of Montana School of Journalism and the Robert C. Maynard Institute for Journalism Education, a non-profit corporation. While the intent of reznet is to produce more Native Americans entering professional journalism, project organizers also hope the newspaper will become an important, popular and crowded place for Native students to gather on the Internet.
    More sites on www.reznetnews.org
    Shiwi Messenger
    Zuni US - Southwest
    a bi-weekly community forum for the news, opinions and expressions of the Pueblo of Zuni and surrounding communities.
    More sites on www.zunispirits.com
    Sho-Ban News
    Shoshone US - Northwest
    The weekly tribal newspaper of the Shoshone-Bannock Tribes. Named Best Native Weekly at the 2000 Native American Journalists Association conference.
    Tanasi Journal
      US - Southeast
    Tanasi Journal is the first regional southeastern American Indian newspaper. It is commitment to our community that drives this paper and is the main reason for it's existence. This paper is founded on the principal that we must be involved with tribal communities and inculcate involvement from those same communities.
    the circle
      US - Central
    The Circle is dedicated to presenting reports from a Native perspective to its readers, while granting an equal opportunity to community voices.
    The Eastern Door
    Mohawk US - Northeast
    A community based newspaper serving the Mohawks of Kahnawake regardless of birth, sex, age, language, politics or religion. The paper strives to be a factual, balanced, authoritative source of information with access to all segments of the community.
    The First Perspective Online
    Canadian Aboriginal news, events, and commentary. Education and employment listings. We are Canada's premier national Aboriginal newspaper.
    The Native American Times
      US - Southwest
    Published monthly by Oklahoma Indian Times, Inc. Formally known as the Oklahoma Indian Times newspaper, it has expanded its coverage to a national level. Still independently owned, it is the largest newspaper of its kind in America.
    The Navajo Times
    Navajo US - Southwest
    The Navajo Times is the official weekly newspaper of the Navajo (Diné) people. This special online version of the paper provides the latest news and information about the Nation and its people.
      US - Alaska
    The Alaska Native News Source
    Wawatay News
    Nishnawbe Aski Canada - Northern
    Wawatay News is northern Ontario's Native newspaper, publishing every second week and distributing to 81 First Nation communities. Wawatay publishes in English and the Aboriginal languages of Ojibway, Ojicree and Cree and serves the Nishnawbe-Aski Nation, Treaty 3 area and Robinson Superior Treaty area with award winning journalism since 1974.
    More sites on wawataynews.ca
    Weetamah News
    Weetamah is the longest running Aboriginal Newspaper. Weetamah was created in July 1990 to provide a forum to ensure that the Aboriginal voice is heard; and to convey objective, educational and informative news, from a distinctly Aboriginal perspective, to Aboriginals and non-Aboriginals.
    Weetamah Online
      Canada - Western
    Weetamah is an Aboriginal newspaper produced and distributed throughout Manitoba, Northwestern Ontario, Saskatchewan and Alberta. 10,000+ copies per issue are circulated to all First Nations and Metis communities, Tribal Councils, Aboriginal and non-Aboriginal businesses and organizations. We publish monthly and the sole form of financing our paper is through advertising revenues.
    Aboriginal News A monthly news paper covering Aboriginal issues.
    Lakota United States
    A weekly Lakota newspaper and online edition that covers westeran South Dakota Indian country.

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