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Traditional Tattoo Demonstration A Hit
Manning: Water Protectors Needed
15 Days Out: Election Day
SRST Responds to Militarized Police
NoDAPL Camp Frontline Expanded: IEN
DAPL Crackdown—Rubber Bullets, More Mace
Culture Held Captive
Susan Jensen to Lead CNIGA
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Native Cooking: Fall Classics Forever
‘Tribe’ Embraces ‘Domestic Dependency’
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The Week That Was: October 23, 2016
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Are We Ignoring Our Native Elders?
Grow Up, Donald and Little Billy
Burning Track at Cocopah Tribe Speedway
Indigenous Push for Peace in Colombia
Thing About Skins
Feds Won’t Press Gold King Mine Spill Criminal Case, Angering Senators
Allie Bice, Cronkite News
Lawmakers on Monday questioned the Justice Department’s decision not to prosecute officials in connection with the Gold King Mine spill, which dumped nearly 3 million gallons of to...
The Week That Was: The Big Stories in Indian Country, September 18, 2016
The roller-coaster ride of Dakota Access pipeline rulings continued, the Seneca-Modoc roots of feminism were revealed, and Native fashion hit the runway in New York City...
EPA Announces Plans to Begin Next Phase of Navajo Uranium Mine Cleanup
ADAM DeROSE, Cronkite News
Federal officials took the first step this week toward a planned $1 billion cleanup of abandoned uranium mines in and around the Navajo Nation, seeking bids to assess the problem a...
Gold King Mine Spill: EPA Administrator Gina McCarthy to Testify Before Indian Affairs
Danika Worthington, Cronkite
A Senate committee issued a subpoena on April 13 demanding that U.S...
Gold King Mine Spill: Concerns Linger Six Months Later
Sara Weber, Cronkite News
Six months after the Gold King Mine spill dumped nearly three million gallons of toxins into the Animas River, regulators say the immediate threat has passed and that an abandoned ...
Navajo, Others Press Feds to Clean Up 15,000 Water-Poisoning Uranium Mines
Jessica Swarner, Cronkite News
Longtime Sanders, Arizona, resident Wayne Lynch was told in July that the water on his ranch contained dangerously high amounts of uranium, yet he is still using it...
Uranium Mining: Book Explores the ‘Wastelanding’ of the Navajo Nation
Tanya H. Lee
The sad history of uranium mining and the desolation it has wrought across tracts of Navajo country has been the subject of numerous studies, articles and surveys...
Southern Ute Tribe Declares Disaster Over Mining Spill in Animas River
The Southern Ute Indian Tribe, the first to watch a 100-mile-long plume of toxic mining sludge flow through their reservation in the Animas River, has declared a state of local dis...
Toxic River Spill Flowing Across Navajo Nation Is 3 Million Gallons, Not One: EPA
The Navajo Nation, Colorado and New Mexico declared disaster emergencies on August 10 as the U.S...
Arizona Republic Delves Deep Into Uranium-Mining Legacy on the Navajo Nation
From the Alberta oil sands to the Gulf of Mexico, Native peoples across Turtle Island are afflicted with ills related to industrial development—development that was undertaken with...
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