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‘God Knows Junipero Serra Was a Sinner’ Prayer Memorial by Local Tribes
Several San Diego tribal bands gathered September 23, 2015...
Fairbanks Four ‘Upbeat’ As Evidentiary Hearings Near Conclusion
Four Alaska Native men hoping to be exonerated of the 1997...
Van Alst: Coddling White Privilege, Silencing People of Color
Halloween 2015 is done. But we’re still in the middle of...
California Indian Gaming Reaches $7 Billion Again
American Indian gaming in California hit $7 billion again...
Three New Mexicans Charged With Selling Fake Native American Jewelry; Indian Country Responds
Three New Mexicans have been charged with violating a...
Federal Agents Seize Hemp Grown On Tribal Land in Wisconsin
Federal agents destroyed a Wisconsin-based tribe’s...
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10 Things You Should Know About the Swinomish Tribe
The Swinomish Tribe is known for its proactive work on issues related to sovereignty and the environment...
Ta Kola Ota (Darrell Standing Elk), a Beloved Leader Walks Quietly Down the Holy Road
Patti Jo King
Ta Kola Ota (Darrell Dale Standing Elk), enrolled member of the Sicangu Lakota Oyate, and respected leader died on September 20, 2015, he was 81...
Esselen Nations Respond to 'Troubling' Vandalism at Mission Carmel
The recent desecration to a statue of Junipero Serra that stands at Mission Carmel is extremely troubling to Louise Miranda Ramirez, Tribal Chairwoman of the Ohlone/Costanoan-Essel...
South Dakota Slated to Cut Native American History
Sheena Louise Roetman
South Dakota high school students will not be learning about Native Americans next year, thanks to some quietly approved changes in content standards that no longer require student...
Free Help for Urban Natives From ABQ Program
Native Americans throughout the U.S. have moved into urban areas looking for better opportunities...
‘Saint of Genocide’ Message Left at Mission Carmel After Serra Canonization
Four days after Pope Francis went through with the canonization of Junipero Serra—despite protests from numerous Native American groups—a statue of Serra and some gravesites were v...
Jess Sixkiller Murdered in Phoenix
Cherokee elder and urban Indian activist Jess Sixkiller, 78, was murdered at around 3 a.m. on September 25 at his home in Phoenix...
The Week That Was: The Big Stories in Indian Country, September 27, 2015
A Mohawk haircut got a 7-year-old briefly thrown out of school, while an abusive priest was canonized. Those stories and more marked this past week in Indian country...
Tribe Receives $1 Million from Department of Justice
The Department of Justice on September 18 announced that $1 million in grant funding was awarded to the Central Council of the Tlingit and Haida Indian Tribes of Alaska...
State Considers Name Change For Squaw Bay
The Washington State Committee on Geographic Names was petitioned on August 23 to change the name of Squaw Bay – on Shaw Island in the San Juan Islands – to Sq’emenen Bay...
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