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Who Is an Indian Artist?
The Pacific Legal Foundation has filed a lawsuit to challenge an Oklahoma law, the American Indian Arts and Crafts Sales Act, part of a long term legal strategy to level all legal ...
Obama Sets New Standard With Land Into Trust
With just three months to spare, the Obama Administration met—and exceeded—its goal to place half a million acres of land into trust for tribal nations...
New BIE Director Knows System Inside and Out
Tanya H. Lee
Tony Dearman, Cherokee Nation of Oklahoma, was appointed director of the Bureau of Indian Education on November 2, taking over a troubled agency in the midst of radical reforms...
Chaco Cultural National Historic Park Area Oil and Gas Leases Under Review
In an effort to address concerns about oil and gas leasing near Chaco Culture National Historic Park, the Bureau of Land Management and the Bureau of Indian Affairs have expanded t...
Heritage Month: Washington State Honors Legacy of Hank Adams
The Washington Secretary of State is honoring Hank Adams, Assiniboine-Sioux, in an educational project called Who are we? that explores a diverse group of Washingtonians...
Interior Picks Two for Key BIA, BIE Leadership Jobs
Tanya H. Lee
Fighting for Our Lives: #NoDAPL in Historical Context
Little has been written about the historical relationship between the movement against the Dakota Access Pipeline and the longer histories of Oceti Sakowin (The Great Sioux Nation)...
Feds to Nooksack Chairman: La-La-La-La! We Can't Hear You!
In a letter dated October 17, the Department of the Interior notified Nooksack Tribal Chairman Bob Kelly it does not recognize any of the Nooksack council's actions after March 24...
Improvement of Rez Flooding Tied to Passage of Water Development Resources Act
A U.S. Senate bill to improve reservation flooding issues was incorporated into the Senate’s latest version of the Water Development Resources Act (WDRA)...
A Call To Obama And Feds To Halt DAPL At NCAI Consultation
Mary Annette Pember
Phoenix, AZ — On Sunday, October 9, the Washington D.C...
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