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The Week That Was: September 25, 2016
NMU Awarded Grant to Increase STEM
50 Faces of Indian Country 2016 Mag!
Obama’s Legacy On the Line:Dakota Access
DAPL: Climate Justice Meets Racism
Cherokee Elder Talks Doll-Making
Fighting to Protect ‘Living Forests’
What Does ‘Tribe’ Mean?
Federal Agencies Seek Input From Tribes
Sacred Ground Sold to Dakota Access
Rowling Take on N8V Culture is Dangerous
Atom Bombs, Rotting Pipe Lines
6 Upcoming Films With Native Star Power!
How Standing Rock Helped Boy Keep Braid
Felix Aripa, Coeur d’Alene, Walks On
Archaeologists Petition for DAPL Study
Plastic Soup in the Pacific
Osage Language Program Receives Grant
NPS Future Seeks Native Involvment
Lawsuit: School Failed in Boy’s Death
Thing About Skins
Cherry Point Dead in the Water; Another Terminal in the Works
On June 6, the head of Washington state’s Department of Natural Resources denied a coal export terminal proponent’s application for an aquatic land lease in Lummi Nation’s historic...
Coal Terminal Proponent ‘Looking At Options’ After Denial Of Permit
The proponent of a rejected coal shipping terminal in Lummi Nation’s historical territory is “looking at all its options” and “will decide shortly how we plan to proceed,” the comp...
‘Historic Victory for Treaty Rights’: Northwest Tribes Rejoice as Army Corps Rejects Coal Terminal
Northwest tribes were elated after the U.S...
Lummi Nation Cherry Point Coal Terminal Decision by End of April
Video: Northern Cheyenne Fight for Their Land and Life Against Big Coal
The Northern Cheyenne Tribe has been fighting coal mining and rail terminals on the reservation’s eastern flank for decades...
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...
Lummi Tribal Leaders Rally in D.C. Against Nation's Largest Coal Terminal
Lummi tribal leaders and members gathered last Thursday in Washington, D.C...
Eight Tribes to Protest Coal Terminals During D.C. Conference
Leaders and members of the Lummi Nation and other Washington State tribes opposed to coal terminals in the Pacific Northwest are bringing their concerns to the other Washington, th...
Totem Travels 1,300 Miles to Sites Threatened by Coal Terminals in Northwest
It traveled nearly 1,300 miles, a 3,000-pound Lummi Totem Pole hand-carved from old-growth cedar, carried with ceremony and blessing to the sites of proposed coal rail terminals al...
Tribal Leaders in Pacific Northwest Take a Stand Against Coal Terminals
An alliance of tribal leaders and members from the Lower Elwha, Quinault, Tulalip, Spokane, Swinomish, Yakama and Tsleil-Waututh First Nation joined the Lummi Nation in Seattle las...
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