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Native Women Rowers: Bronze & Superfund
100 Years Documentary Highlights Cobell
Justice Dept Still Delaying DAPL Permits
Archambault Requests DOJ Investigation
14 Days Out: Election Day
Congress: Pay Attention to Natives
4 Reasons to Attend AISES Conference
Wells Fargo Preyed on Natives
George W: ‘Actively Ignored’ Indians
What Does an Indian Look Like?
Cops Kill Pregnant Native American Mom
Traditional Tattoo Demonstration A Hit
Manning: Water Protectors Needed
15 Days Out: Election Day
SRST Responds to Militarized Police
NoDAPL Camp Frontline Expanded: IEN
DAPL Crackdown—Rubber Bullets, More Mace
Culture Held Captive
Susan Jensen to Lead CNIGA
Oglala Lakota Nursing: Elders Are Home
Thing About Skins
We Need Democratic President for Indian Country: NM Dem. Party Chair
The Chairwoman of the Democratic Party of New Mexico is...
Fed Report Needs More Clarity on Mortgages to Indians, Native Hawaiians
The Federal Reserve needs to get a little more inclusive...
From the Dakotas to the Desert: Energy Companies Threaten Native Culture
Commentary: An energy company plans a project that would...
Improvement of Rez Flooding Tied to Passage of Water Development Resources Act
A U.S. Senate bill to improve reservation flooding issues...
President Obama Signs Bill For Native Children Commission
U.S. Senators Heidi Heitkamp (D-ND) and Lisa Murkowski (R-...
A Democratic House Was a Long Shot … Until Last Week
TRAHANT REPORT— Early in the election cycle I made a...
Native Youth Run 2,000 Miles to Washington DC to Protest Dakota Access Pipeline
Canada’s Long-Awaited National Inquiry on Missing and Murdered Women Draws Praise, Concern
Indigenous leaders across Canada welcomed the August 3 announcement naming the five panelists who will conduct the long-awaited national inquiry on missing and murdered indigenous ...
Huge Victory for Tribes: Federal Courts Overturn Voter ID Laws
On August 1, U.S...
King Cove Leaders Thank Senators For Life-Saving Road Bill
Lisa J. Ellwood
Last month the isolated Aleutian Islands community of King Cove, Alaska , received a major boost in its 30+ years fight for a life-saving link to roads in the Izembek National Wild...
We’re Still Here: Reconnecting and Renewing Native Heritage in Duluth
Back in 1901, promoters of Duluth, Minnesota, were pointing out where inquisitive tourists could see “Indians.” Amid details on fishing regulations, prominent local industries, imp...
Tribes to Get Portion of Volkswagen Emissions Scandal Settlement Funds
Tanya H. Lee
About $50 million of the $15.3 billion settlement that Volkswagen has agreed to pay for rigging its emissions software has been earmarked for tribes, with another $1 million set as...
‘Since Time Immemorial’ Training Gets a $600K Boost
A state law requires schools in Washington to teach students the history of the state’s 29 federally recognized indigenous nations, just as they teach U.S. and state history...
Refineries Will Invest $425 Million in Pollution Controls Near Tribal Lands
Refineries operated by two oil companies violated the Clean Air Act in two major U.S. cities and near Native lands in five states at various times since 2001...
DoJ Listens to Navajo Nation Request, Will Investigate Loreal Tsingine Death
The Department of Justice has agreed to investigate the death of Loreal Tsingine, a 27-year-old Navajo woman who was shot five times by a Winslow police officer after allegedly sho...
Judge Blocks ND Restrictive Voter-ID Law; A Burden to Native Voters
American Indians voting in North Dakota for this year’s election will be able to cast their ballots simply by showing their tribal identification card because a federal judge on Mo...
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