The Answer Company Becomes a Member of the Canadian Council for Aboriginal Business (CCAB)2016-05-24
| The Answer Company, a leading business management software & technology consulting firm, is pleased to announce that it is now a member of the Canadian Council for Aboriginal Business (CCAB).
Southern California Catholic Church Breaks Glass Ceiling2016-05-24
| San Diego Area Catholic Church Officially Consecrates First Woman Bishop in US History.
The CAP Tour Introduces The Creative Entrepreneur Workshop Series2016-04-26
| The 150-stop tour aims to teach, inspire and engage the future entrepreneurs of the Aboriginal community. The CAP Tour's panel features entrepreneurs Greg Selkoe, Liam Massaubi and Divine who are behind startups with hundreds of millions in revenue.
Featured Speakers Announced for 14th Annual Arizona Historic Preservation Conference2016-01-15
| Featured speakers for the 14th Annual Arizona Historic Preservation Conference will include internationally-renown historic preservation experts Mark Hall-Patton from "Pawn Stars" and Tom Capp from Gorman & Company, Inc.
Notah Begay III Foundation Employees Set Positive Example During Native American Heritage Month2015-12-17
| Employees Successfully Eliminate Intake of all Sugary Drinks and Walk Nearly 5 Million Steps
Sidney Hasnohorses: Authentic Lakota Medicine Man or Troubled Mystic?2015-11-19
| Independent filmmaker seeks funding through Kickstarter to complete documentary about spiritual leader
Call For Sessions and Presenters Opens for the 14th Annual Arizona Historic Preservation Conference2015-09-29
| Call for presenters and sessions is now open for the 14th Annual Arizona Historic Preservation Conference which will take place at the Crowne Plaza Phoenix Airport Hotel emphasizing the theme "Preservation NEXT."
Word Branch Publishing Releases Black Elk Companion Book2015-06-13
| Author Quentin H. Young's Mystic Visions: Black Elk's Great Vision Clarified is now available.
Word Branch Publishing Releases Second Terrie McClay Novel2015-06-01
| Readers declare Wind in the Grasses Dancing"Mesmerizing," "Exciting," "A Jewel"
Mary Lou Parker Recognized as Professional of the Year by Capital Who's Who2015-02-17
| Mary Lou Parker of Yarmouth, Nova Scotia, Canada honored by Capital Who's Who Branding for her distinguished accomplishments and contributions in the field of Tribal Government Services.
Hebert Research Selected To Lead The Nation's Top Food Trend2015-02-08
| Forbes reported "this All-American meat is gaining popularity beyond its traditional home on the range."
Sioux Tribe Member Establishes Nonprofit to Benefit the Poorest Reservation in the Nation2015-01-16
| True Sioux Hope Foundation to Facilitate Unprecedented, Permanent, Positive Change for the Sioux Tribe in South Dakota by Providing Much-Needed Funding for Education and Infrastructure
600 BC Olmecs - The Ark of the Covenant Mystery2014-09-25
| Documentaries of great distinction and importance.
Chickasaw.tv Relaunches Online Video Network2014-03-24
| High-definition digital network preserves the Chickasaw culture and highlights the contributions of the Chickasaw people.
Wandering Boulder of Capitol Reef Found After 50-Year Odyssey2014-03-03
| Amateur archaeologist and historian Ronald Bodtcher creates the WanderingBoulder.com website to document his discovery and to analyze the boulder's Fremont Indian, Mormon Pioneer and Spanish Explorer markings.
Fort McMurray, Canada's Own David Tuccaro Jr. is Bad to the Bone (Born and Raised in the now Controversial, Ft. McMurray, Canada, David Tuccaro's Story Breathes Healing and Inspiration)2013-11-05
| Bad To The Bone, by acclaimed author, Oprah's Ambassador of Hope, Marala Scott. Ms. Scott shares the powerful true story of David Tuccaro Jr. in a heart-wrenching narrative that inspires you to believe when there is no evidence of hope.
"Justice Too Long Delayed is Justice Denied"2013-09-07
| Martin Luther King, Jr., "Letter from a Birmingham Jail", April 16, 1963.
"Life, Liberty, and the Pursuit of Happiness."2013-09-01
| Martin Luther King, Jr., "I Have a Dream" Speech, August 28, 1963