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Sage Bond, Navajo, Eyes 'American Idol'
'Indian Attack' Pulled From 5K Race
Three Native Actors Filming in S. Africa
Native American Man Was Set on Fire
Standing Ovation Opens Montreal Festival
Cowboy, Rabbit and Border Town Violence
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'Indian Attack' Slated for 5K Race
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Video: What Color Is That Blue Moon?
Chevalier Remembered By Loved Ones
Indigenous Immigrants Screwed
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Blackhorse: Mascots Are to Be Ridiculed
Houska: Oak Flat Can Never Be Replaced
Construction Boom at Expo ’15
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Journalist Leaves a Bright Legacy
Native Journalists Take Over DC
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Thing About Skins
Genocide Trial of Former Guatemalan President Suspended Again
Former Guatemalan President Jose Efrain Rios Montt may not...
Here Is What We Know About the Death of Choctaw Medicine Man Rexdale W. Henry
Editor's Note: Indian Country Today is continuing to pursue...
Manning: Sarah Lee Circle Bear Died While in Police Custody; Family Seeks Justice
The death of Sandra Bland, an African American woman who...
Disappearing Indians, Part II: The Hypocrisy of Race In Deciding Who’s Enrolled
The U.S. Supreme Court’s decision in Santa Clara Pueblo v....
Naked and Afraid? Sixteen Republican Candidates Compete to Survive
What do you do with 16 candidates? It’s a thorny problem...
Leonard Forsman: NMAI’s Meet Native America Series
In the interview series Meet Native America, the...
Indian Country Headline News
Oak Flat Apache Land Grab ‘an Impressive New Low’: NYT Op-Ed
At the tail end of 2014, just before the must-pass National Defense Authorization Act was going to be voted on, Arizona Senators John McCain and Jeff Flake slipped in a rider that ...
How Did I Miss That? Warm-Blooded Fish; Apple Watch Dog
Scientific American reported on the discovery of the first endotherm (“warm blooded”) fish, Lampris guttatus aka opah aka moonfish...
When Justice Doesn’t Work: A NARF Attorney on Restoring the Circle
Most Americans can turn to the courts for remedies to injustice...
Native Americans in Minneapolis Nearly Nine Times More Likely Than Whites to be Arrested
Native Americans and African Americans in Minneapolis, Minnesota are nearly nine times more likely to be arrested for minor crimes than white people, according to a new report...
Secretary Jewell Visits Riverside Indian School in Oklahoma
On May 27, U.S. Secretary of the Interior Sally Jewell and Assistant Secretary – Indian Affairs Kevin K...
Mashpee Nine Video: Fight for Tribal Justice Continues With Documentary
In anticipation of the 40 th anniversary of the police raid on a group of Native American drummers, the documentary “Mashpee Nine: The Beat Goes On” will be filmed this summer...
Mom to the Rescue! Native American Student Won’t Have to Cut His Hair After All
Lillian Archuleta was heartbroken when school administrators said her son, Lestat, would have to cut his hair because it violated the school dress code...
Trauma May Be Woven Into DNA of Native Americans
Mary Annette Pember
Trauma is big news these days...
Would That It Be True: Bureau Of Indian Affairs’ Extreme Rubber Stamping For Land Into Trust Applications
A couple of years ago Pepperdine Law Review published a student research piece that called the fee-to-trust process found in the Indian Reorganization Act “extreme rubber stamping,...
Rep. Don Young is Leading an Assault on Native Rights
Gale Courey Toensing
Watching most Congressional hearings is about as exciting as an afternoon at the DMV...
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