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Prayers and Spiritual Energy: High-Ranking Tibetan Monk Visits Bears Ears
In a room filled with song, two mighty spiritual traditions...
Tribes, Grijalva Urge Obama to Protect 1.7 Million Acres at Grand Canyon [Video]
Editor's Note: The request of U.S. Representative Raul...
Onondaga Fight for Return of Murphy’s Island After County Voids Resolution
The Onondaga Nation has found itself once again fighting to...
Sacred Site Endangered by Development in Southern California to Be Considered at Public Hearing
A group of Native Americans and environmentalists are...
‘Paying to Pray’ in Northern California: Potential Beach Access Fees Threaten Tribal Practices
A controversial California State Parks proposal may result...
Pe’ Sla Brings SD Governor to Rosebud, Sparks Outrage
“They see us unite, and it makes them afraid … see what can...
Desecration of Graves Sanctioned by Wisconsin Assembly Bill
The Ho-Chunk Nation has been in a legal tussle with a Dane County mining company that wants to destroy a state-protected burial mound in one of its limestone quarries to get the ag...
National Park Services Grave Robber Will Pay Restitution and Serve Probation
Mary Annette Pember
Thomas Munson, the retired National Park Service superintendent who pled guilty to stealing ancient Native remains from the Effigy National Monument in Iowa, will pay over $108,000...
National Park Services Grave Robber: Man Pleads Guilty to Stealing Remains
Mary Annette Pember
Thomas Munson, 76, of Prairie du Chien, Wisconsin will plead guilty to embezzlement and theft charges in connection with an accusation that he stole several ancient Native American...
9 Tips for Preserving Important Sacred Sites
As a child I would climb in the back of a pickup truck that took me to a house nestled between walls of cheat grass and Russian thistle...
Collective Sigh of Relief as Interior Cancels Badger-Two Medicine Drilling Lease
Everyone from the Blackfeet Tribe to Montana sportsmen is heaving a sigh of relief in the wake of the U.S...
Treaty Rights Triumph: First Nation Peel Watershed Protectors Win Against Yukon Government
The besieged Peel Watershed has been given a reprieve of sorts, with a three-judge panel’s ruling that the Yukon government breached indigenous treaty rights when it altered an agr...
Running in Navajoland: Multiple Races Scheduled
The land of the Navajo people is described as a “haven of unparalleled beauty” in a press release, and it’s a destination for tourists and the film industry...
Tribes Sue Caltrans for Alleged Destruction of Cultural Resources
In the ongoing fight to protect cultural resources in what is now Mendocino County, California, two tribes have filed a lawsuit against the California Department of Transportation ...
Ojibwe Want Madeline Island on National Register of Historic Places
The Ojibwe of the broad Lake Superior region don’t need a federal designation to verify to them the cultural, spiritual and historical importance of the Lake Superior island called...
Tribes Ask President Obama to Designate Bears Ears as National Monument
Five tribes formally unveiled their proposal on October 15 for a 1.9 million-acre Bears Ears National Monument, which would protect lands in southeastern Utah that are both cultura...
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