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Thing About Skins
Canada’s Missing and Murdered Women Is an Issue in the Coming Federal Election
A similar story was told across Canada this weekend: Too...
Making a Promise: Monday Will Be Indigenous Peoples Day in Portland
On October 7, the Portland City Council voted unanimously...
USDA’s Strikeforce Brings Aid to Rural Indian Country
The U.S. Department of Agriculture recently announced...
‘We Have a Deal!’ BIA Approves Mashpee Wampanoag Casino
The BIA's September 18 decision to take land into trust for...
‘Fairbanks Four’ Seek Truth, Freedom As Evidentiary Hearing Begins
As four weeks of evidentiary hearings began October 5 in a...
Santee Sioux Assert Tribal Sovereignty, Open First Marijuana Resort
The Flandreau Santee Sioux Tribe is blazing a new trail for...
Law Enforcement Gaps Leave Native Women Vulnerable to Rape and Domestic Violence
Kimberly N. Alleyne, America’s Wire
WASHINGTON—A gap in law enforcement on Native American lands creates an environment in which Native women suffer a higher rate of violence than any demographic in the United States...
Interview: FEMA Administrator Craig Fugate Applauds US House Passage of Tribal Bill
WASHINGTON – On September 19, the U.S...
Bolivian President Evo Morales Protects Pink Dolphins With New Law
Bolivia’s armed forces have been given a new job not usually awarded to the military...
Three More American Indians File Cobell Settlement Appeals With U.S. Supreme Court
WASHINGTON – Three more tribal citizens have filed a joint petition with the U.S. Supreme Court to appeal the $3.4 billion Cobell settlement...
US Sen. Scott Brown Confronts Elizabeth Warren on Her American Indian Claims
In his most direct shots against U.S. Senate candidate Elizabeth Warren, U.S. Sen...
Bison Likely to Return to Wind River Reservation
Bison may once again roam the ranges of the Wind River Reservation in Wyoming. There are still no guarantees. Work still needs to be done...
Elections 2012: An Election Day Surprise? Romney and Ryan
The Romney Campaign has had a bad couple of weeks...
Elections 2012: Coeur d'Alene Tribal Member Paulette Jordan Holds Fund-Raiser for Idaho House Campaign
Worley, Idaho—Coeur d’Alene tribal member Paulette Jordan, running for the Democratic seat in the Idaho House of Representatives in the Fifth District, has her sights set on becomi...
White House Forum To Address Unique Challenges Faced by Business Leaders in Indian Country
A White House forum on September 27 will focus on the Obama Administration’s programs and initiatives for American Indian and Alaska Native business leaders...
Elections 2012: Coalition Declares ‘State of Emergency’ on Voting Rights in US
A coalition of groups representing Americans yesterday declared a “state of emergency” on voting rights in the U.S...
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