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A New (Old) Way to Govern Indian Country
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How You Should REALLY Celebrate Columbus
Houska: California Outs Native Slur
How to Help California Wildfire Victims
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VIDEO: Horrible Facts about #Columbus
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Spokane Indians Change Jerseys to Salish
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Manning: The Demise of Columbus Day
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The Week That Was, October 11, 2015
BREAKING: Gov Signs Anti-RW-Word Bill
Groups Fight for Indigenous Peoples Day
Gov. Anoatubby Begins Eighth Term
Thing About Skins
‘We Have a Deal!’ BIA Approves Mashpee Wampanoag Casino
The BIA's September 18 decision to take land into trust for...
Santee Sioux Assert Tribal Sovereignty, Open First Marijuana Resort
The Flandreau Santee Sioux Tribe is blazing a new trail for...
Instant Horse Racing Machines Illegal; Idaho Supreme Court Rules For Tribes
Instant horse racing machines, which closely resemble slot...
Linking Cultures, Creating Jobs: British Columbia First Nations Are Leaders in Indigenous Tourism
Loud whoops reverberated, spears waved, and deer hooves...
Suffering for the Salmon: Native Woman's Five-Day Fast Opposes Nestlé Water Grab
Temperatures climbed into the mid-90s the week Anna Mae...
Food Revolution: It All Started With a Wonder Bread Truck
Justin Phillips knows a famished customer when he sees one...
BIA Takes Land into Trust for Osage Casinos
Gale Courey Toensing
The Interior Department’s Bureau of Indian Affairs has taken land into trust on three parcels where the Osage Nation operates casinos. Osage Nation Principal Chief John D...
Aboriginal Actress Tantoo Cardinal Arrested at DC Keystone Pipeline Protests
Born in Fort McMurray, Alberta, aboriginal actress Tantoo Cardinal had a front-row seat to the oil sands growing up...
Navajo Nation Settled Multi-Million Dollar Coal Royalty Case
The Navajo Nation recently settled allegations with Peabody Energy that it conspired with its partners to cheat the tribe out of multi-millions in coal royalties, reported The Asso...
Portland-Based Residential Program for Indian Youth Seeks Counselors
A Portland, Oregon-based program that helps children with emotional, behavioral and mental health issues is looking for behavioral counselors to work with Indian youth at its resid...
New Communications Director for Navajo Nation President and VP Assumes Office
Laphillda Tso On August 22, Navajo Nation President Ben Shelly announced his appointment of Laphillda Tso as the new communications director for the Navajo Nation President and Vic...
Indian-Owned Security Firm Starts Student Art Contest for Child Abuse Prevention
Personnel Security Consultants, Inc...
Cherokee Nation Businesses Partners with Walmart
Cherokee Nation Businesses (CNB) has partnered with Walmart to create more employment opportunities for its tribal citizens and the residents of Mayes County, Oklahoma, according t...
Officials Defend Coeur d’Alene Tribe’s Refusal to Make Donations Public
The Coeur d'Alene Press (The Press) reported on August 13 that for the past two years, the Coeur d'Alene Tribe has not made contributions to local school districts in defiance of i...
NCAIED Announces 2011 Native American 40 Under 40
The National Center for American Indian Enterprise Development (NCAIED) will honor 40 existing and emerging American Indian professionals under the age of 40 at its 36th Annual Ind...
Solar Project Near Blythe Alters Plan
Developers of Solar Millennium, the massive solar-energy project to be built near Blythe, California, have announced a switch to photovoltaic panels that will to turn sunlight into...
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