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Headdress at a Hockey Game
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
7 Types of Summer Programs for Kids
Agua Caliente Scores Victory
Fawn Sharp Talks Climate Change
Gender Deposes Another Suitable Leader
Sherman Alexie Joins Boycott of Indiana
Oglala Tribal Council Takes Aim at Paper
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Cherokee Nation Honors Veterans
CEDAW Calls for Women-Violence Inquiry
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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...
U.S. Treasury Awards Majority of $195 Million in Grants to Native Enterprises
Take a Little Stroll Down ‘Redskin’s Drive,’ Newly Named Road in Maine
Gale Courey Toensing
As the movement to end the use of the Washington football team’s racist name grows across the country, one small town in Maine is headed in the opposite direction...
Shirley v. Deschene: Traditional v. New Generation for Navajo President
Joe Shirley Jr., the Navajo Nation’s only two-term president, has a shot at a third term...
FEMA Ups Tribal Engagement With New Consultation Policy
Building on last year’s Stafford Act amendment making tribes eligible to apply directly for federal disaster aid, the Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA) has upped its engag...
Mallott Wins Democratic Nomination for Alaska Governor
One hour after polls closed on Election Day, August 19, Byron Mallott was returning home to Juneau from Sitka, where he spent the day campaigning...
North Dakota Briny Wastewater Spill Questions Still Unanswered a Month Later
More than a month after a million gallons of briny wastewater leaked from an underground pipeline on the Fort Berthold Reservation in North Dakota, a tribal environmental official ...
Indian Country Must Tap the Power of Social Media at the Ballot Box
I remember getting in trouble as a teenager. The story beat me home. I was stunned at the velocity of information in a small community...
The Price of Justice and a Ham Sandwich in Ferguson, Missouri
It’s a commonplace in the criminal justice system that a competent prosecutor can indict even a ham sandwich. While that may be true, and St...
Ute’s ‘SITLA Land Exchange’ Bill Passes Senate, Awaits President’s Signature
The United States Senate passed the Ute Indian Tribe’s “SITLA Land Exchange” bill and now the bill is headed to the President’s desk to be signed into law. The bill, H.R...
Second Red Lake Inauguration in as Many Months Brings New Tribal Council
On Tuesday, August 12, heavy congestion once again greeted those arriving at the Red Lake Humanities Center as members and friends gathered for a second inauguration in as many mon...
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