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Shinnecock Elects Three New Trustees
Gale Courey Toensing
Gumbs and Wright not re-elected Shinnecock Indian Nation citizens elected three new members of their governing board of trustees on Tuesday, April 2, in an election that was blight...
Arkansas Spill Fuels Arguments for Keystone XL Opponents
Viscous crude from the Alberta oil sands of Canada continues to flow along the streets and down the driveways of residents in Mayflower, Arkansas, as ExxonMobile struggles to conta...
Reality Check, Schimmel Sisters, and the Final Four: Why We Gotta Love and Support Our Own People Better
I was excited watching the women’s NCAA tournament the past couple of days...
Charming Dispatch From a Globetrekking Welsh Reporter Taking in a Pow Wow for the First Time
A short travel piece appeared today in the Llanelli Star , a Welsh newspaper, titled "Pow Wow Fun Was a Privilege to Be a Part of." The charming missive has some useful pow wow eti...
Judge: Urban Outfitters Case Can Continue
A federal judge has ruled that the Navajo Nation's lawsuit against Urban Outfitters can proceed. Senior U.S...
Neighbors Dispute Police Account of Shooting of Native Man in Seattle
Renee Roman Nose
Courtney Lewis lives in what had been until last month a pretty quiet Seattle neighborhood...
Pittsburgh Student Propagates Stereotypes in WSJ Letter
All Native American students get into college easily and for free, right? Hardly...
Pechanga.net To Host First iGaming Conference
Native news site Pechanga.net is hosting its first conference dedicated to iGaming for Indian tribes...
'The Schimmels Have Become Heroes'
Mechelle Voepel joined ESPN.com in 1996 as a women’s college and pro basketball writer...
Veteran NASA Climate Scientist James Hansen Leaves Government to Fight Climate Change and Keystone XL
The Keystone XL pipeline is in James Hansen’s sights as the famed climate scientist retires from NASA, where he has worked for more than 40 years, in order to spread the message ab...
Washington's Prison Pow Wows Are Good for Inmates and Their Families
There are no tipis, no horse parades, no trailers selling frybread...
Final Four! Shoni Schimmel Surges, Louisville Knocks Off Tennessee and Advances to the Semifinals
Cultural Festival in Germany Presents Unique Opportunity for Native Filmmakers
The Karl May Festival, which will take place in Radebeul, Germany, from May 9 to 11, is searching for films made by or about American Indians...
Pacific Islander Star Lotulelei Cleared by Doctor to Play in NFL
Star Lotulelei, a six-foot-two-and-a-half-inch, 314-pound defensive lineman from the University of Utah, is one of the top prospects in the upcoming NFL draft but he was prohibited...
Agua Caliente Swears in Four Council Members
The Agua Caliente Band of Cahuilla Indians in Palm Springs, California swore in four members as part of its tribal council on April 2, making the March 19 elections official...
HuffPost Live Discusses Sale of Wounded Knee
HuffPost Live host Ricky Camilleri was joined by four Native voices to talk about the sale of the land where the Wounded Knee Massacre took place...
Kathleen Sebelius: HHS Is Making Strides to Advance Quality, Affordable Health Coverage for All
In honor of April being National Minority Health Month, Kathleen Sebelius, secretary of the U.S...
Quapaw Tribe Files Suit Against Federal Government for Alleged Land Mismanagement
The Quapaw Tribe of Oklahoma filed suit against the United States in federal court on March 25...
Shinnecock Leadership Dispute Sparks Investigation, Election Battle
Gale Courey Toensing
Update: Indian Country Today Media Network has received reports that state police are stationed at the Shinnecock Indian Nation’s Community Center after violence erupted during the...
Video: Footage From Sacred Sites Rally in Arizona
The struggle to save the sacred Hickory Ground gained momentum March 26 during the National Indian Gaming Association’s Convention when a rally was held not just for the sacred lan...
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