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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...
Reactions to the Passing of Stanley Crooks
In the days since the passing of Shakopee Mdewakanton Sioux Chairman Stanley Crooks many throughout Indian country and the federal government have shared their condolences as well ...
A Very Long Time Between Housing Projects at San Felipe
The first big housing project to be built in 40 years on the San Felipe Pueblo in Sandoval County, New Mexico has just seen its first 28 families move in...
Lobbyist Tom Rodgers Has His Own Washington Monument That He Hopes Will Get Indians to Vote
Gale Courey Toensing
When most of us want to remember to do something, we put a Post-it note on our computer or refrigerator...
Hurricane Isaac: Houma Nation Braces as Mighty Storm Bears Down
As Isaac morphed from tropical storm to category 1 hurricane, members of the United Houma Nation in six parishes near the Louisiana shoreline hunkered down or evacuated as the trib...
Federal Officials Support Native Tuition Waiver at Fort Lewis College
For Colorado , with a shrinking state budget and a growing Native American student body at Fort Lewis College (FLC) in Durango, planning has been difficult because of a potentially...
British Man Living as an Apache Wins Right to Keep Badger and Eagle Parts in His Home
A British man living in South Wales who has lived as an Apache Indian for the past 20 years under the name Mangas Colaradas will be allowed to keep badger paws and Eagle wings in h...
Training Seminar Held For Sexual Assault Investigation and Prosecution Training in Indian Country
For three days last week more than 75 participants from across the United States participated in a training seminar hosted by the Justice and Interior Departments for tribal and fe...
South Carolina Supreme Court Denies Rehearing for Baby Veronica Case
On August 23, the South Carolina Supreme Court denied a rehearing in the custody case of Baby Veronica...
Washington State Targets Newly Discovered Wedge Pack for Slaughter, Groups Ask for Clemency
Seven environmental groups have asked Washington Governor Christine Gregoire to cancel the kill order it has issued for four wolves in the newly discovered Wedge pack, citing a lac...
American Indian Tribes Make Offer on Black Hills Sacred Site
The sacred site of Pe’ Sla , which is on part of the land that was recently pulled off the auction block for unknown reasons could be sold to tribes in South Dakota according to tr...
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