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Tribe Ignores Cease and Desist Order
Recent Paintings by America Meredith
Oklahoma Tribes Brace for Seismic Impact
Pamunkey Fed Rec: ‘a Long Time Coming’
Chickasaws Adapt to Modern Storytelling
Open Letter From Indigenous Scholars
Native Presence in PBS Online Film Fest
Graduation Day for Lummi Students
Fighting Third-World Conditions in NM
'Taking the First Step to Peace of Mind'
American Revolution a Big Mistake: Vox
Thousands Flee Saskatchewan Wildfires
Moving On Up: This Week’s Promotions
Native Footballers Take the Field
Pueblo Comic Book Heroes of 'Tewa Tales'
CRYPs Garden Evolving Into Micro Farm
OKC's AICCM Gets a Big Hand
Healing Autoimmune Diseases
Navajo Fluency Put to Vote July 21
Toward the Liberation of Our Nations
Thing About Skins
Canada's National Aboriginal Day Has Potential to Change the Conversation and the Government
Dozens of people, tribal leaders, public officials (...
Getting Andrew Jackson off the $20 Just Got Harder
Treasury Secretary Jacob J. Lew has corrected the terms of...
Free College Tuition For Natives Threatened by Budget Knife
Before he even considered going to college, Byron...
New Mexico Drug Task Force Preventing Addiction From the First Hit
On summer nights, the Pueblo of Zuni, in western New Mexico...
‘Devil’s Highway’: Navajos Grapple With One of Most Dangerous Roads in US
Twin ribbons of asphalt unfurl into the distance as Sammy...
Black and Red and White Like Me: Natives Know Too Many Rachel Dolezals
The story of Rachel Dolezal, a white woman posing as an...
Small Dreams: Affordable Housing For Mashantucket Pequots
Breaking ground for affordable housing was the goal on June 5 when members of the Mashantucket Pequot tribal council, Department of Housing, and Housing Committee members gathered ...
Meet Indian Country’s Latest D.C. Insider, Presidential Management Fellow
Tracy Leigh Canard Goodluck (Oneida/Mvskoke Creek), a member of the Oneida Tribe of Indians of Wisconsin, has a passion for Indian education, particularly reform, and she has dedic...
Report: Too Many Indian Students Shoved Into Utah’s School-to-Prison Pipeline
A recent report out of the University of Utah has cast a spotlight on the disproportionate rates at which American Indian students are thrust into Utah’s school-to-prison pipeline...
Fed Recognition New Rule Attacked in Interior’s Appropriations Bill
Gale Courey Toensing
A rider that would stop the Bureau of Indian Affairs from revising procedures for federal acknowledgment of Indian tribes has been attached to the Interior Department’s 2016 spendi...
Protecting Native Children: Heitkamp Gets Big Bill Through Senate
A bill sponsored by U.S...
Next Generation of Young Tribal Leaders: SAIGE Training Program
Each year, The Society of American Indian Government Employees or SAIGE - the first national non-profit organization representing American Indian and Alaska Native Federal, Tribal,...
Canadian Coast Guard Ship Named for Heroic Chief
A new Canadian Coast Guard vessel will be plying the waters off Canada’s west coast, proudly named after a heroic Nuu-chah-nulth hereditary chief...
Matt Campbell Works the Dream Job at NARF
If you had asked Matthew Campbell when he graduated from Fort Lewis College 11 years ago if he ever imagined that he would one day work as an attorney for the Native American Right...
Politically Challenged, Indian Style: Can You Answer 12 Native History Questions?
PoliTech, a student project at Texas Tech University, conceived a project nicknamed “Politically Challenged” that has been causing great hilarity across social media and has racked...
Pope Francis and Prime Minister Stephen Harper Talk Truth and Reconciliation at Vatican
June 11 is the anniversary of the 2008 apology issued to First Nations, Métis and Inuit by Prime Minister Stephen Harper for Canada’s boarding school era...
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