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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 $...
Dead Men Collect No Pensions: The Debt to Our Warriors, Part I
Traditionally, we Indians honor warriors. We honor not only our own warriors but also our adversaries when they act with honor as well as courage...
The Truth About the Wounded Knee Massacre
Patti Jo King
In 1889, the pronouncements of Paiute mystic Wovoka sparked hope of the dawning of a new age among Western tribes; an age that promised an end to Euro-American oppression and a ret...
Looking Ahead: 2016 Loaded With Big Changes for Indian Country
Tanya H. Lee
Important developments are expected in Indian country in 2016...
'Because It's 2015': 9 Stories of Indigenous Triumph in Canada This Year
In 2015, what Indigenous Peoples in Canada had sought for years finally came to pass: A government willing to work with them and “reset the relationship,” a phrase that had become ...
Frankenfish Fail: Yurok Ordinance Bans Genetically Engineered Organisms
The Yurok Tribe has passed a tribal ordinance banning genetically engineered organisms such as GMO corn or altered salmon from its territory...
Year of Clout: 10 Stories of Indigenous Environmental Influence in 2015
Indigenous activism continued to influence the environmental movement and policy, with some major victories, most notably the defeat of the Keystone XL pipeline...
TransCanada Urged to Throw in the Towel—Literally—on 'Zombie' Keystone XL
It's a Zombie Apocalypse mopped up with an ink-stained towel that's as dead as that parrot immortalized in the infamous Monty Python skit...
Change of the Guard: Natives Making Moves in 2015
The political landscape of Indian country saw plenty of movement in 2015. Perhaps no news was bigger than the recent announcement of Kevin K...
Subjects, Christians and Citizens: Paying the Cost of Colonization
When did colonialism start? How can we recognize it into the present? According to international law, colonialism started when explorers claimed the land for a Christian king...
Fairbanks Four Attorney Honored by First Alaskans Institute
Bill Oberly, the attorney who successfully led the defense of four Native men wrongfully convicted of the 1997 fatal assault of a Fairbanks teenager, is one of two recipients of th...
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