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Obama Announces Broadband ‘Game-Changer’ While Visiting Choctaw Nation
President Barack Obama on Wednesday announced a new...
10 Things You Should Know About the Duwamish Tribe
The U.S. Department of Interior ruled on July 2 that the...
Sainthood for Genocide Leader? Amah Mutsun Ask Pope Francis to Stop Junipero Serra Canonization
On July 11, the Amah Mutsun Tribal Nation held a prayer...
Confederate Flag and Federal Spending
The federal appropriations process may be at its most...
Removing Toilets & Creating Rules: Hawaiian Officials Stifling Mauna Kea Protectors
The Protectors of Mauna Kea, the tallest and most sacred...
Jacksonland: Riveting Narrative Details Chief John Ross's Attempts to Save the Cherokee Nation
You don’t need to be a history buff to dive headlong into...
Oglala Sioux Water Supply Director Honored with John W. Keys III Award
High quality drinking water is something that everyone can appreciate, but for Frank Means, director of the Oglala Sioux Rural Water Supply System, his efforts to provide those exp...
Tusayan Grand Canyon Multi-Family Housing Project Needs Your Comments by June 2
Tanya H. Lee
Colorado Plateau tribes still have time to weigh in on a proposed $500 million commercial development in the town of Tusayan, Arizona, a mile from the south entrance to Grand Canyo...
Pacific Northwest Tribes and First Nations Honored for Salmon Restoration on Columbia River
Pacific tribes on both sides of the 49th Parallel are receiving honors on May 21 for their work in cleaning up the Upper Columbia River Basin...
A Job Interview You May Want to Skip
Pulitzer Prize winning journalist Seymour Hersh opened a big can of pushback if not whoopass from government sources, named and unnamed, when he reported that just about every clai...
Begaye Vows to Blow Up Grand Canyon Escalade Deal
The newly elected president of the Navajo Nation has taken a firm stance against the Grand Canyon Escalade, a billion-dollar project that would allow for commercial development on ...
Why the US and Canada Fear a Human Rights Court, Pt. I: The Global Expansion of International Law
If you can’t get your rights protected in the courts of the country where you have been placed by accident of birth, your choices are rebellion or an appeal to international law...
Gila River Indians Fight Freeway Expansion
Opponents of a planned highway project in Arizona that would risk habitat and destroy homes as it skirted the Gila River Indian Community have filed a lawsuit to try and stop const...
South Dakota’s Last Stand—Ballot Boxes, Red Herrings and Custer Envy
Jackson County, South Dakota, has dug in for a fight against Oglala Sioux plaintiffs who sued for a full-service satellite voting office on the portion of Pine Ridge Indian Reserva...
Standing Strong for Chief Standing Bear, A Native Hero
Tanya H. Lee
The route of the Ponca Tribe’s forced march from Nebraska to Oklahoma in 1877 could soon be designated a National Historic Trail, thanks in part to students at the University of Ne...
National Wildlife Refuge Would Be Renamed for Billy Frank Jr.
A congressman from Washington State has proposed renaming the Nisqually National Wildlife Refuge the Billy Frank Jr. Nisqually National Wildlife Refuge...
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