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The Week That Was: July 24, 2016
9 Laws Passed After Alcatraz
Police and Race: The Research Is Done
Veterans Share Concerns on NMAI Memorial
Justice League Trailer: Momoa as Aquaman
Penny Candy and Homemade Games
Sonny Says Tip Your Cleaning Lady
Indigenous Evicted, Displaced
AMERIND Risk Golf Event Raises Thousands
Breaking News: 13-year-old Gunned Down
Native Humor: 8 Types of Native Moms
Dedicating Billy Frank Jr.’s Namesake
Therapist Shot; Brain-Eating Amoebas
A Big Win for a Small California Tribe
2016 Hotlist: Recordings Native Strength
Minnesota Tribes Fight for 1855 Treaty
Just Move It: Exercise Is Fun
Death, Law Enforcement & POC
Violent Standoff With Settlers & Police
Lost Incan City Found at Last?
Thing About Skins
Situation 'Dire': Low Coho Salmon Returns Close Quinault Fisheries
Low returns of wild coho salmon are prompting the Quinault Indian Nation to close all its fisheries in Grays Harbor and Queets River and to declare an economic disaster because of ...
Treaty Tribes in Washington Hail EPA’s Proposed Fish Consumption Rate and Water Quality Rules
It has been 20 years since Oregon revised its fish consumption rate (FCR) from 6.5 to 17.5 grams per day (gpd) in 1994, and then to 175 grams per day in 2011 to reflect what Native...
Indian Fishing and Wild Rice Harvesting, in Context
This column was originally published in the
Swordfish Skewers, Kills Fisherman After Broadbill Jabs His Chest
A fisherman in Hawaii was killed over the weekend after a 3-foot, broadbill swordfish punctured his chest as he tried to spear it...
Video: Spawning Herring Support Ecosystems by Nourishing Millions
First Nations are fighting hard to prevent the reopening of herring roe fisheries to large-scale commercial harvesting. Two succeeded and one lost its court bid...
Quinault Nation Reopens Lake to Limited Non-Tribal Use
The Quinault Indian Nation will reopen Lake Quinault for limited non-tribal use after nearly a year of closure due to concerns about pollution, invasive species and habitat degrada...
Crow & Lummi, Dirty Coal & Clean Fishing
“The tide is out and the table is set…” Justin Finklebonner gestures to the straits on the edge of the Lummi reservation...
Mystery of the Shy Sardines: Empty Nets in BC Knock Out $32 Million Industry
The collapse of a $32 million commercial fishery off the coast of British Columbia has left a good 25 First Nations and other fishers without an annual sardine catch—and there is n...
Feds Join Penobscot Suit Against State of Maine on Fishing Rights
Gale Courey Toensing
In an uncommon act of legal solidarity with an Indian tribe, the federal government has joined the Penobscot Indian Nation in support of its federal lawsuit against the State of Ma...
Huge Rockfish Not 200 Years Old, but Still Ugly. And Dead.
The rockfish caught by a Seattle insurance adjuster to great fanfare last month was not a record-breaking 200-year-old as some first thought, but a middle-aged guy in the prime of ...
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