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A Deadly Month: Police Shootings of Natives Spike in October
There were at least eight fatal police shootings of Native...
A Guide to Trump’s D.C. Game of Musical Chairs, Part I
President-elect Donald J. Trump reportedly was too...
Bella Bella Fights Massive Diesel Spill After Tugboat Runs Aground
Bella Bella, British Columbia, is in the heart of the...
Forsman, Brower Appointed to Key Federal Positions
President Obama appointed Suquamish Tribe Chairman Leonard...
Breaking: DAPL Construction on Hold Pending Further Review and Tribal Consultation
Citing historical injustices, environmental uncertainties...
DAPL Water Protectors at Risk for PTSD
For Water Protectors opposing the Dakota Access Pipeline in...
Zuni Pueblo and USDA Begin 'Self Help Housing' Program for 12 Families
On May 7, 12 Zuni Pueblo families and United States Department of Agriculture Rural Development State Director Terry Brunner broke ground on the construction of the Pueblo’s first ...
Relive the Triumph of the Nishiyuu Walkers in Video
More than a month after the Nishiyuu walkers marched triumphantly into Ottawa from the northern reaches of Ontario, they are continuing to inspire...
Wounded Knee Mystery Bidders Working to Secure Land for Tribe
On May 1 the site of the Wounded Knee massacre was put on the open market by owner James Czywczynski with a price tag of $4.9 million...
Descending Drought Puts Klamath Tribes and Farmers on Brink of Water War
The Klamath Tribes possess the oldest water rights in the nation, and as the Los Angeles Times reports, these Indigenous Peoples of Oregon are about to reclaim what they have been ...
Ohio Names Native American Pipe Official State Artifact
It’s been dubbed the Adena pipe and is now the official state artifact of Ohio, as soon as Gov. John Kasich signs off on it, which a spokesman says he will...
Peruvian Official Resigns Following Indigenous Consultation Disputes
A top Peruvian government official responsible for intercultural affairs has resigned because of disputes in the government over prior consultation of indigenous communities...
Indigenous Colombian Authorities Arrest and Sentence FARC Guerrillas
On Monday, April 29 th an indigenous council in Northern Colombia sentenced two members of the FARC guerrilla forces to 40 years of prison for the recent murder of eight indigenous...
Grand Jury Discards Terrorist Charge Against Hickory Ground Protester
Gale Courey Toensing
Editor’s Note: This story has been revised per a communication and press release from the Poach Band of Creek Indians...
The New York Times: Politics Played a Big Role in Keepseagle
The most respected newspaper in the country has pointed out the sour political undercurrent in the 2011 Keepseagle settlement that awarded $760 million to Native American farmers f...
The Fight for Baby Veronica, Part 1
It is dinner time at the Brown home in Oklahoma...
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