“All we have for our daughter’s mental health rights is a...
Navajo voters are in election limbo as the tribe continues...
It’s suddenly raining money in the South Dakota election...
Their birth names are unknown to the tribe, which...
“Bias destroys our communities,” said Blackfeet tribal...
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Politics

Mark Trahant
9/6/14
A couple of weeks ago the political narrative for 2014 was all but final...
Mary Annette Pember
9/5/14
Faced with growing citizen opposition, Gogebic Taconite may be wavering in its plans to build one of the world’s biggest open pit iron ore mines in the pristine Penokee Mountains i...
Stephanie Woodard
9/5/14
A federal court in Anchorage has sided with Alaska Natives who demanded that Alaska provide language assistance to non-English-proficient voters...
Rob Capriccioso
9/5/14
Just a few months into his first term, President Barack Obama requested that all federal agencies develop “meaningful consultation and collaboration with tribal officials.” On Nove...
Nick Estes
9/5/14
At the entrance to “the heart of all that is” to the Oceti Sakowin—He Sapa (or the Black Hills), Rapid City’s Native population lives in poverty at rates higher than many reservati...
Wilhelm Murg
9/4/14
[Editor's note: An earlier version of this story contained the inaccurate statement that Gov...
Dina Gilio-Whitaker
9/4/14
With climate change a no-brainer in the credible scientific world, and more and more people—indigenous and non-Native alike—experiencing firsthand its effects on the ground, United...
ICTMN Staff
9/4/14
As a way to shine a light on the treaties that have governed U.S.-Indian relationships, Smithsonian Magazine featured an article by ICTMN’s Rob Caprccioso, and the National Museum ...
Vincent Schilling
9/4/14
Two months after an 8-year-old girl was tasered by a Pierre, South Dakota police officer in October of 2013, Hughes County State’s Attorney Wendy Kloeppner released a report which ...
Gale Courey Toensing
9/4/14
Mary Cornelius Winder (Wolf Clan) was fifty years old in 1948 when she wrote to the Bureau of Indian Affairs asking for payment or the return of the land that the State of New York...

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