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Biloxi-Chitimacha-Choctaw Get $48 Million to Move Off of Disappearing Louisiana Island
It has taken well over a decade of advocating on behalf of...
Navajo, Others Press Feds to Clean Up 15,000 Water-Poisoning Uranium Mines
Longtime Sanders, Arizona, resident Wayne Lynch was told in...
Ending All Native Homelessness Next Federal Target
The multi-agency effort just announced by the federal...
Rogue Agencies Can Ignore Historic Preservation Law
A lawsuit filed October 2015 by the Coyote Valley Band of...
Chili Yazzie: ‘Give Us Our One Day to Say Our Peace’
Duane “Chili” Yazzie delivered the keynote at The Red...
Ho-Chunk Homeless Vets Project Beats Federal Effort
The federal government recently announced grants of about $...
Wakarusa Wetlands Dispute Decided in Tenth Circuit Court
A group of students from Haskell Indian Nations University lost a major skirmish in their battle to save the Wakarusa Wetlands, long associated with Haskell history and traditional...
Oklahoma Governor’s Office Appoints Native Liaison
One year after the dissolution of the Oklahoma Indian Affairs Commission, Oklahoma Republican Governor Mary Fallin has appointed Kaw Nation member Jacque Secondine Hensley as her N...
Women’s Health Rights Advocate, Joan Dunlop, Walks On
Joan Dunlop, an advocate for women’s health rights, walked on June 29 at her home in Lakeville, Connecticut...
Passamaquoddy Nation Seeks to Free Alewives on St. Croix River
Gale Courey Toensing
Editor's note: As we were about to post this story news came that the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) supports the restoration of alewives to the St. Croix River...
Nonprofit First Peoples Worldwide Surpassed $1 Million in Grants Directly to Indigenous Communities
First Peoples Worldwide (FPW) has awarded more than $1.2 million in grants directly to Indigenous projects, programs and communities since its inception in 1997...
Oneida Indian Nation Donates $10M to Museum of The American Revolution
This morning, Oneida Indian Nation Representative Ray Halbritter and other OIN leaders joined the leadership of The American Revolution Center in Washington, D.C...
Congress Investigating Interior on Missing Tribal Jobs Reports That Broke Law
WASHINGTON – Democratic and Republican Indian affairs leaders in both the U.S. House and U.S. Senate are concerned that the U.S...
Obama Administration Enlists Tribes to Fight GOP Health Law Repeal Effort
WASHINGTON – The Obama administration is working with tribal leaders to fight against Republican congressional attempts to repeal the Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act (AC...
Seeking Stability in Fort Lewis College Tuition Waiver
Emery Cowan, Durango Herald Staff Writer
Sharilyn Browning studies for a final examination in an introduction to Native American and Indigenous Studies class at Fort Lewis College...
Indigenous Nations Prefer Citizenship to Secession, Though Some Have Tried
Stay or go? When it comes to Indian tribes and the United States, the answer has almost always been the former. And for that, there are many reasons. When the U.S...
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