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VIDEOS: Bad, Good News From DC Officials
Sioux Falls Violence Shelter Loses Grant
'Dances With Wolves' 25 Years Later
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Feds Expand Homeless Services for Native Veterans
After consulting with tribes, two federal departments are...
Eight Tribes to Protest Coal Terminals During D.C. Conference
Leaders and members of the Lummi Nation and other...
Keystone XL: Indigenous Opponents Call for Rejection Despite TransCanada Halt Request
Indigenous environmental leaders opposing TransCanada Corp...
Anishinabe-Kwe in the House!
Karen Diver, Chairwoman of the Fond du Lac Band of Lake...
Fairbanks Four ‘Upbeat’ As Evidentiary Hearings Near Conclusion
Four Alaska Native men hoping to be exonerated of the 1997...
Federal Agents Seize Hemp Grown On Tribal Land in Wisconsin
Federal agents destroyed a Wisconsin-based tribe’s...
VIDEO: The Bad and Good News in Indian Country: DOI Deputy Secretary Mike Connor
On November 5th, the 7th Annual White House Tribal Nations Conference took place in Washington, D.C...
Trudeau’s Mandate: 13 Instructions for Minister of Indigenous and Northern Affairs
No sooner was Prime Minister Justin Trudeau sworn in on November 4 than he named the most diverse cabinet in Canadian history, including two indigenous people, Jody Wilson-Raybould...
Honoring Billy Frank Jr.: A Presidential Medal of Freedom, and a Bellingham Street
Billy Frank Jr., the Nisqually Native rights activist whose protests and fish-ins during the 1960s and 1970s often landed him in jail, will be posthumously awarded the nation’s hig...
SCIA Passes Six Bills at Recent Committee Meeting
In late October Senate Committee on Indian Affairs chairman Sen...
Justin Trudeau’s Mandates: Reconciliation, Compliance With U.N. Declaration and an MMIW Inquiry
Prime Minister Justin Trudeau has instructed his new minister of Indigenous and Northern Affairs Carolyn Bennett to do what First Nations, Métis and Inuit have been urging for year...
Duwamish Still Waiting for Meeting With Interior Secretary Jewell
Two months ago, Interior Secretary Sally Jewell told Duwamish Chairwoman Cecile Hansen and others that she would review letters requesting a meeting regarding restoring Duwamish’s ...
Dem 2: Hijacked by ISIS
The original plan was that the second Democratic Primary debate on CBS was to be about the economy, but that plan was hijacked by the so-called Islamic State—which I persist in cal...
Gold King Mine Could Have Been Prevented
Just shy of three months after the Environmental Protection Agency accidentally triggered what has become known as the Gold King Mine spill on August 5, 2015, Sen...
Indians Still Lagging on Home Ownership
Just 53 percent of American Indians own their own homes, a full 10 percent lower than the national average, federal government data show, and one of eight lives in a mobile home...
Mashantucket Pequot Flag Flew Over CT Capitol for Heritage Month
For the first time in history, on November 5, Mashantucket Pequot tribal members, dignitaries, and guests gathered to celebrate the Mashantucket Pequot flag being raised over the C...
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