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$5 Million to Research Tribal Health
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NCAI to Lead Native American Task Force
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Tribal Police Welcome New Graduates
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Satellite Voting Proposed for Red Lake
There'd Be No US Without Native Warriors
He's the Defender, Here to Rescue You
Explosive Industrial Fire in Williston
Thing About Skins
Feeding the Spirits: Activism at the United Nations
The late Muskogee-Creek elder Philip Deere declared at the historic 1977 address to the United Nations in Geneva, Switzerland, that “We the Indigenous Peoples, are the evidence of ...
Seattle Woodcarver’s Family Receives $1.5 Million
The city of Seattle agreed on April 29 to award $1.5 million to the family of Native woodcarver John T...
United Nations Approves Indigenous Declaration
After three decades of drafts, deliberations and delays, the United Nations General Assembly voted on September 13 to adopt the Declaration on the Rights of Indigenous Peoples...
U.N. Negotiations on Indigenous Rights Wrap Up, for Now
GENEVA—The current round of negotiations on the United Nations Draft Declaration on the Rights of Indigenous Peoples came to a close on February 3 with nearly two-thirds of the pro...
Indigenous Human Rights Negotiations Progress
GENEVA—Native delegations at the United Nations are making progress in negotiations toward the eventual adoption of the Declaration on the Rights of Indigenous Peoples, an unpreced...
Indigenous Rights Declaration Moves to Human Rights Council
GENEVA—Now that the U.N...
Indian Boarding Schools: Wellbriety Movement Seeks Truth and Reconciliation
The truth about the boarding school era is told in a film through the tears of the Indian people who lived in those days and through their stories, difficult to tell and to hear be...
Wikileaks Mahogany Report Confronts Survival vs. Peru
Peru Environment Minister Antonio Brack is countering charges by the indigenous advocacy group Survival International that Peru President Alan Garcia failed to act after detecting ...
CA Legislators Announce Human Right to Water Bill
Sacramento, CA—Safe drinking water is becoming more and more of an issue in California, with up to 8.5 million residents forced to rely on water supplies that have been deemed unsa...
Canadian Human Rights Act to Allow On-reserve First Nations to File Anti-discrimination Claims
First Nations citizens living on reserve will soon be able to file discrimination complaints through the Canadian Human Rights Act (CHRA), and the Federation of Saskatchewan Indian...
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