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Heitkamp Tackles Oil Trains, Native Kids
Must-Hear: 'Unchained Melody' on Panpipe
Mystery of Bent Trees Revealed
Shiprock Youth Center Opens
AG’s Native Subcommittee Names Leaders
DOI Announces Partnership
14-year-old Calls for Climate Leaders
Momoa and Gordon on 'Red Road' Season 2
Tribes Win Landmark Child Welfare Case
Agua Caliente Scores Victory
7 Types of Summer Programs for Kids
Fawn Sharp Talks Climate Change
Gender Deposes Another Suitable Leader
Sherman Alexie Joins Boycott of Indiana
Oglala Tribal Council Takes Aim at Paper
Syracuse Lacrosse to Honor Oren Lyons
Cherokee Nation Honors Veterans
CEDAW Calls for Women-Violence Inquiry
Haskell Students Honored at Conference
Climate Change Forces Tribe to Move
Thing About Skins
Tester Re-introduces ‘Clean Carcieri Fix’
A “clean Carcieri fix” is back on the table. On March 12,...
Gallery: Fighting Against Historical Trauma, the Yup’ik Way
Calricaraq means (Healthy Living) in Yup’ik and is unlike...
Shrinking Budgets Putting Tribal History at Risk?
As a Tribal Historic and Preservation Officer (THPO),...
Could Seattle City Council Get a Native Member in 2015?
Debora Juarez, Blackfeet, said her preparation for a...
The Odds on Jackson Removal and a Native on Paper Money—Yes, It Happened
Andrew Jackson the Indian fighter was a working class hero...
Navajo Nation Reaches Out to IACHR in San Francisco Peaks Battle
The Navajo Nation is seeking international help to protect...
Reading The Polls This Election Year ... So They Make Sense
Sometimes the practice of journalism drives me crazy...
Nisqually Tribe, State Partnering on Development of Nisqually State Park
The Washington State Parks and Recreation Commission and the Nisqually Indian Tribe are working together on future development of Nisqually State Park in Olympia, Washington...
Fed Rec 101: How to Read and Post Comments on the Proposed Regulations
Gale Courey Toensing
The Bureau of Indian Affairs has set September 30 as the deadline to receive comments on proposed new regulations for federal recognition...
'Am I Next?' Indigenous Women in Canada Ask Social Media
It’s the heartbreaking question of our time, at least in Canada, where indigenous women have begun a social media campaign to draw attention to the prevalence of violence against t...
Tex Hall Vying for Fourth Term as Three Affiliated Tribes Chairman
In early August, Three Affiliated Tribes of Mandan, Hidatsa & Arikara Nation Chairman Tex “Red Tipped Arrow” Hall filed campaign papers for reelection to a fourth term...
EPA Climate Justice Blog: Climate Justice through Resiliency and Renewable Energy in a Post-Industrial City
Sherrell Dorsey, EPA
The city of Bridgeport, Connecticut has long been a case study for the perils of inequity that mirror similar narratives across our nation...
Native and Indigenous Conferences to Be Held in Muscogee (Creek) Nation
Muscogee (Creek) Release
Two conferences involving Native and international Indigenous Peoples will be held September 8 to 12 in and near Okmulgee, Oklahoma...
Kumeyaay Nation Wins Repatriation Case; Appeal Pending
Members of the Kumeyaay Tribes of San Diego are enjoying a court victory in the case of White vs. University of California...
Salaita Firing Is ‘Israeli Attack on Palestine Coming to Our Campus’
Gale Courey Toensing
Powerful pro-Israel supporters and university donors, many of whom identified themselves as Jewish, complained in July to University of Illinois Urbana-Champaign officials about hi...
Native Vote Counts More in ’14 According to the Math
So what if you had more votes than everyone else? What if your vote counted more? Would you? Well, on Tuesday the primary season ends with elections in the Northeast...
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