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Dear President Obama
Letter to the Editor
In numerous treaties, the United States pledged to provide education for Indian children in exchange for the cession of millions of acres of land...
Little Big Horn College marries healthy living and green building
CROW AGENCY, Mont...
Ponemah Boys and Girls Club groundbreaking
Michael Meuers, Special to Today
A groundbreaking for the much anticipated Ponemah Branch of the Red Lake Nation Boys and Girls Club, and new Ponemah Community Center, a true multi-purpose facility was held May 5 ...
Sitting down with Shawn ‘The Sioux Warrior’ Hawk
Jack McNeel, Today correspondent
LESALLE PERU, Ill. – Shawn Hawk, who fights under the title of “The Sioux Warrior,” is one of the top Native American boxers in the country...
Native American nonprofit leaders meet
United States re-examines opposition to UN Declaration
Valerie Taliman, Today correspondent
NEW YORK – Political tides are turning as international support for the United Nations Declaration on the Rights of Indigenous Peoples continues to grow, putting greater pressure o...
Consultations underway on Indian gaming land into trust decisions
Gale Courey Toensing
WASHINGTON – “Off-reservation” gaming, a hot button Indian land issue that flared into prominence as “reservation shopping” during the Bush administration, is back in the spotlight...
Youth Rodeo Series returns to Standing Rock
FORT YATES, N.D...
Tribal energy development challenges told
Carol Berry, Today correspondent
DENVER – When environmental laws were enacted in the 1970s, people had no idea what they would later entail, an Indian law practice attorney told an energy conference...
Healthy Start Act strengthens School Breakfast Program
WASHINGTON – As Congress takes up reauthorization of the Child Nutrition Act, Rep. Herseth Sandlin and Rep...
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