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Indian Country Headline News

Richard Walker
12/2/15
For the Suquamish Tribe and the Squaxin Island Tribe, licensing the retail sale of marijuana and legalizing its use on their lands now seems unavoidable...
Shelley McKosato-Haupt
12/1/15
In late October, 24 Brazilian tribes and 23 nations from around the world began to gather in the beautiful city of Palmas, Tocantins, Brazil for the 1 World Indigenous Games...
Simon Moya-Smith
12/1/15
A Native American man died in holding cell in Juneau, Alaska, after prison staff there allegedly told him "You could die right now and I don't care," according to a newly released ...
Richard Walker
12/1/15
Shell’s Puget Sound Refinery near the Swinomish Reservation has been fined $77,000 by the Washington State Department of Labor & Industries for an uncontrolled release of toxin...
Mary Annette Pember
11/30/15
My Sister Friend’s House —Mita Maske Ti Ki, in the Lakota language—has sheltered Native and non-Native victims of domestic violence and sex trafficking since 2000...
Angela Aleiss
11/30/15
Twenty-five years ago, Dances with Wolves created a watershed...
Genesis Tuyuc
11/30/15
Let’s talk Native American Heritage Month 2015 - because it ends today. And let’s talk indigenous filmmaking, and New York City...
Mark Trahant
11/30/15
The world’s leaders are in France over the next couple of weeks to debate what ought to be done about climate change...
Richard Walker
11/30/15
Almost 20 years after separate juries convicted them of a beating death they say they never committed, four Alaska Native men’s hope for exoneration rests with one individual: Fair...
ICTMN Staff
11/29/15
Gray wolves rebounding enough to be killed again, a billboard sheds its devil woman, a sacred site is saved from development, and indigenous activists head overseas to attend and w...

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