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The Fire That Was Billy Frank Jr.; Indian Country’s Greatest Defender
Gale Courey Toensing
“I tell my people to get ready. Get your smokehouses back in shape. Don’t forget the ceremonies. That guy, the salmon, he’s coming back.” Billy Frank Jr...
Billy Frank Jr., 1931-2014: ‘A Giant’ Will Be Missed
Everyone had expected to see Billy Frank Jr. sometime that day at the mid-year conference of the Affiliated Tribes of Northwest Indians...
Lynchburg Oil Train Explosion Refuels Rail-Terminal Opposition in Northwest
As yet another train carrying Bakken crude exploded, this one outside Lynchburg, Virginia, the Quinault Indian Nation in the Northwest sounded the alarm once again amid hearings on...
Quinault President Fawn Sharp Heads to D.C. to Lobby for Flood Protections
Quinault Nation President Fawn Sharp is scheduled to testify on April 8 before the House Committee on Appropriations’ Interior Subcommittee regarding the growing inadequacy of a se...
Quinault Nation Declares State of Emergency After Taholah Seawall Breach
The Quinault Indian Nation has declared a state of emergency due to flooding via a breach in the seawall at Taholah, the tribe announced on March 26...
New Brunswick Oil Train Wreck Draws More Rail-Transport Criticism
Another day, another fiery oil train wreck...
Feds Call Bakken Crude Volatile as Quinault Warn Against Oil Rail Transport
As federal officials began investigating the safety of moving crude oil by rail in the wake of a massive explosion in North Dakota that engulfed a dozen train cars, the Quinault In...
5 More Native American Visionaries in Washington State
As the holidays kick in and people start looking ahead to the coming year, it is only fitting to acknowledge the leaders who will take Indian country into the future...
Tribal Leaders Urge Obama Administration to Honor Contract Obligations
Tribal leaders from across Turtle Island have embarked on Washington, D.C...
Fawn Sharp: Conference Appreciated but ‘We Need More’
The following are comments by Quinault Indian Nation President Fawn Sharp in advance of today’s 2013 White House Tribal Nations Conference, the fifth of its kind since President Ba...
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