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Navajo Leaders Disrespect Voting Rights
Blumenthal Flip Flops on Federal Rec
Painter Margarete Bagshaw Walks On
Ho-Chunk Nation Increases Minimum Wage
Native Funerals as Family Reunions
WSJ Sides With Soto on Eagle Feathers
Symposium: School-to-Prison Pipeline
Clerk to Indian: 'You Lost the War'
Jude Schimmel Puts Team in Sweet 16
Speaker Series to Feature Sherman Alexie
All-Women Drum Group Serenades Wab Kinew
New Sulfate Limits in Minnesota
Let’s Celebrate Annie Dodge Wauneka
Preparing the Next Native Lawyers
Dental Therapy Providers Help Indians
EPA Gives $1 Million to NW Tribes
Native Actors Needed for Longmire
Danish Ambassador's Misdirected Apology
Jaguars: Protecting the Sacred Cat
Yamasee War Ends Native Slave Trade
Thing About Skins
Mud-Bogging, Anyone? Slogging Through the Elements for Remote Rescue on Navajo Nation
The family was frantic as water poured into their home and inundated their land. Panicking, they called emergency services and began transporting their animals to higher ground...
FEMA Disaster Declaration for Rain-Soaked Soboba Band of Luiseño Indians
The downpours that lashed drought-stricken Southern California late last year wreaked havoc on the Soboba Band of Luiseño Indians , and on January 27 President Barack Obama declare...
FEMA Reaches Out to Tribes With New Pocket Guide to Services
Having released a new tribal engagement policy, the Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA) has now come out with a booklet that consolidates resources for American Indians...
FEMA Ups Tribal Engagement With New Consultation Policy
Building on last year’s Stafford Act amendment making tribes eligible to apply directly for federal disaster aid, the Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA) has upped its engag...
Navajo's Assayii Lake Fire: Heartbreaking Losses, and How to Help
Firefighters are making headway against the Assayii Lake Fire, but not before it gobbled up acre upon acre of sacred land in the Chuska Mountains between Gallup and Shiprock...
Tulalip Fundraiser Helps People Begin to Heal in Washington Landslide
TULALIP, Washington—It was April 5, 14 days after the massive landslide in the nearby community of Oso, and it was painfully apparent that no more survivors would emerge from the m...
Tribes Assist Landslide Relief Effort With Personnel, Donations and Prayers
As the death toll from last Saturday’s devastating landslide in Oso, Washington climbed to 16 and a heartbreaking 90 people remained unaccounted for, Northwest tribes stepped forwa...
Cutting Red Tape: Navajo Nation FEMA Aid Gets Sped Up and Streamlined
With disaster assistance now available to tribes through the 2013 Stafford Act, the Navajo Nation has set out to streamline the process of applying for its residents...
Friendships Forged in Crisis: Choctaw Nation and American Red Cross Partner to Speed Disaster Relief
The ice storm hit the Choctaw Nation hard, pummeling eastern Oklahoma for days starting on December 6...
Yup'ik Villages Ravaged by Fierce Alaska Storms
Halfway across the world from the typhoon-ravaged Philippines, several small, remote communities at the northwestern tip of Turtle Island have been declared disaster areas from dam...
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