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The Week That Was: February 7, 2016
Assimilation, Integration, Colonization
Dem Presidential Election is Fixed
HA HA! Comic Jonny R's The Ojibwe Outlaw
Native Humor: Pow Wow Jokes & Stick NDNs
Diné Beads, Sells Sports Medallions
Yo Mackelmore! Gyasi's White Privilege 3
Omaha Superbowl Invite to Peyton Manning
Video: Rare Blue Whale Mother and Calf
College Fund Ad to Increase Enrollment
NMAI Profile: Ken St. Marks
Six Super Bowl 50 Prop Bets
Osage Nation Wins Bid on Turner Ranch
USDA Investments Impact Rural America
Brown Changes Fall Holiday to IPD
Hillary and Bernie, Mano y Mano
USDA Microloans to Farmers Purchase Land
LA Tribe Gets $48mn for Climate Move
Giant Lake Disappears!
Cherokee Elder Talks Candy and Santa
Thing About Skins
Broadband cut worries tribes
WASHINGTON – There are no places in America less connected to the Internet than many portions of Indian country...
Native Women’s Leadership Forum Sept. 27 – 28
Richard Walker, Today correspondent
Tribal flooding addressed in new Senate bill
WASHINGTON – A bill has been introduced in the Senate to create a pathway to resolve problems imposed on the seven tribes whose lands were flooded by the infamous Pick-Sloan Progra...
McCoy resigns as Quil Ceda general manager
Richard Walker, Today correspondent
TULALIP, Wash. – John McCoy has resigned as general manager of Quil Ceda Village to start an economic development and public policy consulting firm...
Guatemalan indigenous need rights protected, UN official says
Rick Kearns, Today correspondent
D ue to human rights violations affecting the indigenous peoples of the country, Guatemala risks becoming “ungovernable” according to the U.N...
Officials question new tribal law
Criminal justice officials from area American Indian tribes met with Sen...
Several tribes seek to keep Chemawa Indian School land
Chemawa Indian School's treasured land in North Salem has been whittled away for decades...
Onondagas say they will stop selling national-brand cigarettes
The Onondaga Nation will likely stop selling national-brand cigarettes next month and rely solely on Indian-made brands at its smoke shop south of Syracuse, a nation attorney said ...
Bloomberg: Acknowledge ignorance, and then apologize
Letter to the Editor
M ayor Michael Bloomberg’s recent rant about Native people reminds us once again of the abhorrent power of stereotypes...
Fremont County, Wyoming, to appeal Indian voting rights decision
Fremont County commissioners have voted to appeal a federal judge's recent order that the county start electing commissioners from five separate districts. U.S...
Like father, like son - A famous Native artist and his gifted son battle their personal demons
During a recent purification ceremony inside the traditional sweat lodge he helped build in the maximum-security prison yard at Spring Creek Correctional Center in Seward, inmate 3...
USDA urging tribal input into new Farm Bill programs
This month the U.S. Department of Agriculture is hosting six regional tribal consultation sessions across the country - the first of its kind under the Obama Administration...
Blackfeet Tribe applies for Clean Water Act standards program
The Blackfeet Tribe of the Blackfeet Indian Reservation in north-central Montana has applied to the U.S...
St. Regis Tribe files suit over tax
The St. Regis Mohawk Tribe wants a federal judge to stop the state from taxing reservation cigarette sales. The lawsuit filed Tuesday in U.S...
Rodriquez: We are spirit
I n Arizona, we fight because we are spirit...
Chickasaw Nation to open Bricktown tourism center
Bricktown is set to become the "northern gateway” for the Chickasaw Nation as it prepares to open a tourism office and information center in the Bunte Candy Factory Building...
A sign of the times
WASHINGTON – New signs are popping up on reservations nationwide...
Oneidas to move cigarette factory to nation
The Oneida Indian Nation is moving its cigarette manufacturing plant from the Buffalo-area to the nation’s homelands in Oneida...
Canada’s Racist Policies to Blame for National Tragedy
Part 4 of 5 SAGKEENG FIRST NATION, Manitoba—At a gathering of traditional healers and spiritual leaders in the Turtle Lodge earlier this summer, the national tragedy of more than 5...
Former Pine Ridge principal to lead Teach for America's Native American efforts
The former principal at Pine Ridge High School has been selected to lead Teach For America's recent efforts to expand educational opportunity for Native American students...
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