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Kahanamoku Surfboard Goes to D.C.
ICTMN’s July 4 Pow Wow Weekend Guide
Fourth of July Classics Are All Native
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A Native Linkedin/Facebook Is Here!
Two Native Youth Raise Funds to Visit DC
Keep Your Disney Princess to Yourself
Youth Key to Stopping Cycle of Violence
Feds Charge 'Cherokee' Artist as Fake
Choctaw Stickball: A Game of History
Youth Conference Focus on Apache Pride
Interior Declines Duwamish Fed Rec
Pamunkey Becomes 567
Real-Money Online Gaming a Bust?
Blackhorse: 5 Voices Talk 'Indian'
Northwest Tribes Host Canoe Journeys
Crownpoint Health Turning Patients Away
Tulalip Tribes Sues State, County
No New Stadium in D.C. Until Name Change
Native Super Heroes Take Over the Heard
Thing About Skins
Canada's National Aboriginal Day Has Potential to Change the Conversation and the Government
Dozens of people, tribal leaders, public officials (...
Getting Andrew Jackson off the $20 Just Got Harder
Treasury Secretary Jacob J. Lew has corrected the terms of...
Free College Tuition For Natives Threatened by Budget Knife
Before he even considered going to college, Byron...
New Mexico Drug Task Force Preventing Addiction From the First Hit
On summer nights, the Pueblo of Zuni, in western New Mexico...
‘Devil’s Highway’: Navajos Grapple With One of Most Dangerous Roads in US
Twin ribbons of asphalt unfurl into the distance as Sammy...
Black and Red and White Like Me: Natives Know Too Many Rachel Dolezals
The story of Rachel Dolezal, a white woman posing as an...
Sacred Mountain Blockade: Protectors Halt Construction on Mauna Kea
Not since the United States forced annexation of Hawaii in 1897 have traditional Hawaiians come together in such solidarity...
Too Many Hearings, Too Little Funding
Tanya H. Lee
Members of the Senate Committee on Indian Affairs expressed frustration during its June 24 oversight hearing “ Demanding Results to End Native Youth Suicide .” Committee Chairman J...
Breaking News: Interior Announces Final Fed Rec Process to Acknowledge Tribes
Reform of the regulatory process by which the Department of the Interior officially recognizes Indian tribes moved another step closer today with the release of a final rule...
Inmate’s Confession Promises New Trials for Fairbanks Four, Roberts Paroled
Marvin Roberts returned home for the first time in 17 years on June 17, but his mood was subdued...
Isolated Shoal Lake 40 Members Shed Tears as Canada Refuses to Fund Road
David P. Ball
Canada's government will not commit to building a road to an isolated Ontario First Nation that has suffered for 18 years without potable water despite being surrounded by Winnipeg...
Making The Law Work Beyond Medicaid Expansion
The Supreme Court once again affirmed the legality of the Affordable Care Act. This time the court's answer is unambiguous...
Smutty, Racist E-Mails of Montana Judge Might Be Buried
I recently learned more than I expected about the federal judiciary. I’ve been reporting on the continuing brouhaha over a Montana judge’s racist and sexually explicit emails...
$168 Million Settlement Between Navajo Coal Plant and Environmental Protection Agency
The Environmental Protection Agency has announced a $168 million settlement to help remedy pollution from a coal-fired power plant on the Navajo Nation...
First Woman Monacan Chief Sharon Bryant Walks On
Monacan Tribal leader Sharon Bryant, the first woman in the tribe to hold the position of chief, walked on Tuesday morning due to cancer at the age of 54...
‘Terrible Racial Disparities’ Not Fixed With SD Juvenile Justice Reform
South Dakota took a hard look at juvenile justice, and found glaring problems with its system...
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