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Russell Begaye Wins Navajo Election: Time to Unite and Move Forward
With a margin of more than 10,000 votes, Russell Begaye...
UN Special Rapporteur: We Must Hear Directly From World’s Indigenous Peoples
When Filipino Victoria Tauli-Corpuz (Igorot) was appointed...
Hitting Pot Jackpot? Tribe Starts Medical Marijuana Cultivation
Another California tribe has announced its venture into the...
Maine Governor Affirms and Rejects Tribal Sovereignty in New Executive Order
The governor of Maine has rescinded a three year-old...
Racism Built on Stupid Myth: The Broken DNA of White Supremacy
The belief in white supremacy is a real thing that kills...
Navajo Election: How We Got Here?
When the polls close Tuesday on the Navajo Nation, voters...
Educating the USDA on Oklahoma’s Rich Native History
Ryan Mullen, Oklahoma’s State Director of USDA Rural Development, recently held a quarterly regional meeting bringing colleagues from across the southeastern U.S. to Oklahoma...
Video Report: First Alaskan’s Plan Alaska’s Next 10,000 Years
What will Alaska look like in 10,000 years? Who will be here? What will they do? And, most important, what will be preserved from the past kilennium? These are not easy questions...
Sen. Tester Hears Tribal Concerns About Snoqualmie Falls
United States Senator Jon Tester (D-MT), vice chair of the Senate Committee on Indian Affairs, visited the Snoqualmie Falls with members of the Snoqualmie Tribal Council on March 2...
Interior Transfers $12M to Cobell Education Scholarship Fund
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The Department of the Interior announced April 2 that it had transferred more than $12 million to the Cobell Education Scholarship Fund, bringing the total amount transferred so fa...
Oil Is Cheap ... So Leave It In the Ground and Address Climate Change
Could we be nearing the moment to really address climate change? A quick answer is “no.” Of course not...
Parched California Issues Water Restrictions in Face of Ongoing Drought
Standing on “on dry grass where there should be five feet of snow,” California Governor Jerry Brown on April 1 imposed the state’s first-ever drought-related mandatory water restri...
A Question of Justice: Navajo Nation Considers Violence Against Women Act
When President Barack Obama signed a bill two years ago to reauthorize the Violence Against Women Act, he opened the door for tribes to expand criminal jurisdiction and crack down ...
Oil Train Derailment Response, and Native Children in Heitkamp Budget Amendments
Oil train derailments are becoming more and more common, and now an amendment to the budget bill recommends that federal funds be used to help train first responders on how to hand...
US Attorneys Cotter and Martinez to Lead AG’s Native American Issues Subcommittee
Attorney General Eric Holder recently announced the appointment of two U.S...
Agua Caliente Scores Victory in Water Rights Issue
On Friday, March 20, a federal judge ruled that the U.S...
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