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Canada Day Words of Chief Dan George
Indigenous Peoples and Canada Day
7 Ways Natives Can Celebrate the Fourth
Anti-Facists Spill Blood Over Trump
History of Success for Native Candidates
Terae Briggs Joining U of N Wolfpack!
Manning: Pushing Back Against Racism
McLean: No Trial, No Justice For Lynne
Pigeons Missed; Girl Ghostbusters Dissed
Ultimate Swing Tip: Where the Pros Play
Gyasi Ross Discusses Trump on ‘All In’
SCOTUS Hands Tribes One More Win
NM Residents Using Contaminated Water
Governor, the Next Coffee Is on Me
Indigenous MOU Between Canada and Mexico
White Mountain Apache Seek Dam Funds
7 More Amazing 2 Spirit LGBTQ Natives
Metis Photographer’s Two Spirit Pics
Tackling ‘Third World’ Conditions at IHS
UPS Grants $75K to National Center
Thing About Skins
NM Residents Using Contaminated Water As Memos Fall Short
Irene Begay didn't get the memo. A 27-year resident of...
Kristi Noem Tackling ‘Third World’ Conditions at IHS Facilities
Rep. Kristi Noem is South Dakota’s at-large representative...
Jim Boyd Is Laid to Rest in Inchelium
It was a beautiful day with blue skies and white clouds but...
The Political Drama of Carlyle Begay Sort of Fizzles Out
TRAHANT REPORTS—I have been fascinated by the candidacy of...
Historic: Native Woman Appointed to the Minnesota Supreme Court
Minnesota Governor Mark Dayton yesterday announced the...
Native Engineering Students Take Third in NASA’s Robotic Challenge to Revolutionize Space Exploration
Meet three Extraplanetory Swarmies: Chappie, Eva, and Wally...
Indian Country Headline News
In Praise of Mexican Judges (and Indian and Gay Ones, Too)
When the colonial government has a political issue about law, it seldom has much to do with Indian nations, because federal Indian law is generally out of the legal mainstream...
DOJ Backs Santa Clara Pueblo in Water Easements Case
The Department of Justice is suing a small northern New Mexico city for continuing to use expired water and sewer easements that run through Pueblo land...
Sealaska Celebration 2016: Haa Shuká—Weaving Traditional Knowledge Into Our Future
Sealaska Heritage Institute
Sealaska Heritage Institute (SHI) kicks off its biennial Celebration this week, marking the 34th year since the inception of the popular dance and culture festival...
Columbia River Tribes Speak Out as Flaming Bakken Train Leaks Oil
Northwest tribes are reaffirming their stand against oil terminals and rail transport of crude, especially extra-flammable bitumen from the Bakken oil region of North Dakota, after...
Penobscot D-Day Veteran, 91, To Deliver Speech in Normandy
Monday will mark the 72nd anniversary of D-Day, the day that more than 160,000 Allied troops invaded the beach in Normandy, France, to fight Nazi Germany...
Shoshone-Bannock’s Stinging Insult That Is the Pocatello Airport
The Shoshone-Bannock tribes are fighting to control development at an airport owned by a neighboring city but in the middle of their reservation...
Deadly Hep C Going Untreated in Native Communities
Tanya H. Lee
Hepatitis C is raging through American Indian and Alaska Native communities, and the Indian Health Service does not have nearly enough funding to fight the disease, according to a ...
The Week That Was: The Big Stories in Indian Country, June 5, 2016
A potentially precedent-setting apology, a thwarted auction and the passing of a true icon. All this and more grabbed Indian country’s collective heart this past week...
Can One Family Build a Navajo Republican Party?
TRAHANT REPORTS —I remember John McCain speaking at a Window Rock veterans’ event. It must have been about 20 years ago...
Ontario's Formal Residential School Apology Sets Precedent: Indigenous Leaders
Reuel S. Amdur
Aboriginal leaders in Canada this week hailed as precedent-setting the formal apology by Ontario Premier Kathleen Wynne to Indigenous Peoples for the residential school era, a firs...
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