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Justin Trudeau’s Mandates: Reconciliation, Compliance With U.N. Declaration and an MMIW Inquiry
Prime Minister Justin Trudeau has instructed his new minister of Indigenous and Northern Affairs Carolyn Bennett to do what First Nations, Métis and Inuit have been urging for year...
Indian Leaders, Public Officials Descend on Santa Fe for RES New Mexico
Today four days of training and business development kick off in Santa Fe for the Reservation Economic Summit (RES) New Mexico...
‘Saints & Strangers’: The Real Story of That First Thanksgiving?
A new film airing this month on the National Geographic Channel promises to set the stage for more nuanced conversations about the fabled first Thanksgiving...
Duwamish Still Waiting for Meeting With Interior Secretary Jewell
Two months ago, Interior Secretary Sally Jewell told Duwamish Chairwoman Cecile Hansen and others that she would review letters requesting a meeting regarding restoring Duwamish’s ...
The Week That Was: The Big Stories in Indian Country, November 15, 2015
Marijuana fields went up in flames, oil trains derailed, boarding schools caught Hollywood’s eye, and Tara Houska stood by Presidential candidate Bernie Sanders in Washington...
Dem 2: Hijacked by ISIS
The original plan was that the second Democratic Primary debate on CBS was to be about the economy, but that plan was hijacked by the so-called Islamic State—which I persist in cal...
Youth Make Miwok Pride Video: ‘We Don’t Need a Gang, We Have a Tribe’
Wilton Rancheria, a federally recognized tribe located in Sacramento County, California, believes that language is one of their biggest assets...
Veteran and Former Crow Creek Sioux Tribal Chairman Vernon Lewis Ashley Walks On at 99
Vernon Lewis Ashley, 99, passed away peacefully surrounded by loved ones in his own home and in his own bed, the way he wanted on November 10, 2015...
Gold King Mine Could Have Been Prevented
Just shy of three months after the Environmental Protection Agency accidentally triggered what has become known as the Gold King Mine spill on August 5, 2015, Sen...
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...
Native Fashion Movement Celebrated at Peabody Essex Museum
The first, large-scale, traveling exhibition of contemporary Native fashion will run at the Peabody Essex Museum in Salem, Massachusetts, from November 21, 2015 through March 6, 20...
Tataviam Band Celebrates Indigenous Peoples Day Victory, Continues Fight for Recognition
The replacement of “Columbus Day” with “Indigenous Peoples Day” in an area that has maintained a longstanding history of illegal land dispossessions from the local tribe could be c...
Indians Still Lagging on Home Ownership
Just 53 percent of American Indians own their own homes, a full 10 percent lower than the national average, federal government data show, and one of eight lives in a mobile home...
Mashantucket Pequot Flag Flew Over CT Capitol for Heritage Month
For the first time in history, on November 5, Mashantucket Pequot tribal members, dignitaries, and guests gathered to celebrate the Mashantucket Pequot flag being raised over the C...
The High Life: Expansion of Viejas Casino & Resort Wows Guests
Hundreds of eyes gazed upward and, the click of camera shutters aside, stillness fell across the crowd as they watched in quiet awe as Tino Wallenda of the world-famous Flying Wall...
How Did I Miss That? Panda Pander; Seattle Chew
“You gotta see this pander!” I had left the Republican debate during a commercial break to microwave some popcorn, and my cousin Ray Sixkiller was yelling at me. I was surprised...
Fighting Racism at Yale: Native Students Push for Dialogue
Native students at Yale joined more than 1,000 people to make their voices heard in an event this week called the March of Resilience, where students of color and their allies show...
'Drill Them to Hell and Back' Billboard Spurs Outrage in Indian Country
A family-owned Canadian company BeDEVIL Enterprises Limited , is under fire on social media and online after posting what many consider to be an offensive billboard in Killiam, Alb...
‘A Place to Stand’: Baca’s Astonishing Life Story In Theatres
Jimmy Santiago Baca checks his watch before leaning back on a plush couch in the lobby of a hotel in Taos, New Mexico, and launching into a story...
Department of Justice Sides With Natives, Files Lawsuit Against SD for Discrimination
Sarah Sunshine Manning
On Tuesday, November 3, the U.S...
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