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Watch: Prize-Winning Student Film 'Dammed Indians' Reexamines History
Three freshman from Timber Lake School, in South Dakota, have learned that their documentary, Dammed Indians: The Relocation of the Sioux, won a 2013 South Dakota History Day award...
NCAI Prez Demands New Farm Bill After Blizzard That Killed 100,000 Animals
Fresh from his election as the 21st president of the National Congress of American Indians (NCAI), Brian Cladoosby has made it a priority to get aid for tribal members whose homes ...
Tribes Pull Black-Footed Ferrets Back From the Brink
Most people, at least in cities, know the ferret as the ideal apartment-dwelling pet. But its distant cousin the black-footed ferret has not had such a cushy existence...
Supreme Court Decision Rolls Back Voting Rights for S.D. Indians
When the U.S. Supreme Court used Shelby County v...
New Cancer Research Tailors to American Indian Populations
With one mind we address our acknowledgment, respect, and gratefulness to all the sacred Cycle of Life...
Shanley Takes on Violence Against Women for Standing Rock Sioux
Erin Shanley, Cheyenne River Sioux, was sworn in as Special Assistant U.S. Attorney for the Standing Rock Sioux Tribe on March 4. Her appointment by U.S. Attorney Brendan V...
American Indian Youth in Crisis: Tribes Grapple With a Suicide Emergency
It feels like wartime,” says Diane Garreau, a child-welfare official on the Cheyenne River Sioux Reservation, in South Dakota, speaking of the youth-suicide epidemic sweeping India...
Vern Traversie National Coverage a Disappointment says Round Valley Vice President
On August 15, Joe Dukepoo, the Vice President of the Round Valley Indian Tribes, expressed the tribe’s disappointment over the biased media coverage in California in regards to Ver...
Rapid City Has a KKK Problem
Patti Jo King
Vernon Traversie, a legally blind Cheyenne River Sioux tribal elder who lives in Eagle Butte, South Dakota, believes he was the victim of a hate crime while in the hospital for sur...
Tribes Dealt Setback in Missouri River Recovery Discussions
KANSAS CITY, Mo—Tribal representatives attending the Missouri River Recovery Implementation Committee (MRRIC) meeting February 7-9 in Kansas City, expressed concern over the de-fun...
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