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I Am Not Your Mascot, Biloxi!
Clinton Vies For Native American Support
Navajo Administration Forges On
Navajo Nation to Implement Jobs Program
'Native Guitars' to Rock ABQ April 22-24
Climate Change in Court in Europe
Maine Gov. Rejects Tribal Sovereignty
Racism Built on Stupid Myth
5 Pictures to Celebrate Ely S. Parker
Navajo Election: How We Got Here?
INFR Using Native Judges
Colonialism as Trickster
Agua Caliente’s Legal Tug-of-War
Inuit Fight to Save Marine Livelihood
‘Sovereignty’ vs. Original Independence
The Week That Was
Video: Strawberry Queen Talks Frugality
NMAI Profile: Robert J. Welch Jr.
Marijuana Is Not Harmless
Miss Indian World to End Reign
Thing About Skins
Tester Fights to Strengthen Funding for Tribal Colleges and Universities
Sen. Jon Tester, D-MT, is aware of the struggle in Indian...
Bill Would Make Teaching Native History Mandatory In Washington
A bill that would require schools in Washington State to...
Why Is the Navajo Nation Giving Water to Fracking While Its People Are Parched?
In the midst of a life-threatening drought, the Navajo...
Hundreds Pay Tribute to Michael Jandreau, a Controversial Icon
Michael Jandreau, the late Lower Brule Sioux Tribal...
Video: Protests Highlight Occupied Hawaiian Kingdom and Mauna Kea
A video by David Corrigan of Big Island Video News posted...
Yanomami of Brazil Honor Return of Stolen Blood
Yanomami activists fought to get their blood returned from...
The Battle Over Federal Spending Is About to Get Ugly
The battle over federal spending is about to get ugly. Real ugly. It’s been a Republican promise to balance the federal budget within a decade...
Lawyer-Columnist Paul Now an Appellate Court Judge
Patricia Paul, Inupiaq, is a business and estate-planning lawyer specializing in land use law and federal Indian law...
Groups File Suit to Protect Chaco Canyon From Fracking
Environmental groups including the Navajo organization Diné CARE filed suit against two federal agencies on March 11 in an attempt to keep fracking from harming the ancient astrono...
Killing Them Softly With Utah’s Guns
The Utah legislature has voted to reinstate the firing squad as a means for carrying out the death penalty in the last state to abolish the firing squad, which Utah did in 2004...
A Place to Call Home; Cowlitz Tribe Signs Land Into Trust for Reservation
Before the ink was dry on the documents placing 152 acres of Cowlitz Tribe land into trust, Cowlitz Tribe Chairman William B...
In Harm’s Way: Native Students Learning in Crumbling Buildings
Tanya H. Lee
Thousands of American Indian children went to school today in buildings that are an immediate and serious threat to their health and safety...
Connecticut Tribes Propose Casino Partnership to Battle Competition, Lawmakers Support
Gale Courey Toensing
Once robust rivals for the region’s gaming customers, the Mashantucket Tribal Nation and the Mohegan Tribe will join in an unparalleled business partnership to manage new Connectic...
Sec. Jewell Feels the Pressure of Time When Dealing With Native Issues
Sworn in as the 51st Secretary of the Interior on April 12, 2013, Sally Jewell leads a governmental agency with more than 70,000 employees while stewarding 20 percent of the nation...
Dr. Cornel West Joins Univ. Illinois Boycott Over Salaita Firing
Gale Courey Toensing
U.S. Returns Eagle Feathers to Lipan Apache Religious Leader After Court Fight
Nine years almost to the day after his eagle feathers were seized at a powwow, Robert Soto has gotten them back. On Tuesday March 10 the U.S...
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