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Burns Paiute Tribe Responds to Oregon Militia Video
Last week, a video was released on the Bundy Ranch Facebook page with a headline-grabbing message: “Share!...
Oregon Militia Nuts Hold Paiute History, Artifacts Hostage
This weekend, Burns Paiute tribal chairperson Charlotte Roderique spoke to Indian Country Today Media Network about the status of the occupation of the Malheur Wildlife Refuge in O...
‘We Don’t Want Bloodshed’: Armed White Militants in Oregon v. Paiute Tribe
Yet more armed, white militants, members of the Pacific Patriots Network arrived in Burns, Oregon this weekend...
Educating the Oregon Militia on The Northern Paiute’s ‘Trail of Tears’
When Ammon Bundy, son of Cliven Bundy, the Nevada rancher who faced off against Bureau of Land Management agents in an armed standoff in 2014, came to Oregon to takeover the Malheu...
Simon Tam of The Slants Speaks With Indian Country Today: Full Interview
Simon Tam with The Slants interview: Simon Tam, musician turned reluctant legal activist, has been in and out of the news for the past year, most recently for winning an appeal in ...
The Slants’ Simon Tam: ‘Courts Hijacked My Case’
“I’ve been a long-time supporter of the Change the Name campaign,” said Simon Tam of Asian-American band The Slants, fresh off a major legal victory in his fight to trademark his g...
Playing Dirty: Dartmouth Group Mocks Indigenous Day with ‘Native Thong’
Once again Dartmouth College, home of the Ivy League’s largest Native American student program was in the news in a negative light...
Making a Promise: Monday Will Be Indigenous Peoples Day in Portland
On October 7, the Portland City Council voted unanimously to pass a resolution to “Declare the second Monday in October as Indigenous Peoples Day in the City of Portland.” Portland...
Susan Taffe Reed: Dartmouth’s Dolezal?
The recent appointment by Dartmouth College of Susan Taffe Reed, President of the Eastern Delaware Nation , a non-profit entity, to the position of Native American Program director...
Totem Travels 1,300 Miles to Sites Threatened by Coal Terminals in Northwest
It traveled nearly 1,300 miles, a 3,000-pound Lummi Totem Pole hand-carved from old-growth cedar, carried with ceremony and blessing to the sites of proposed coal rail terminals al...
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