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Gary Farmer Talks: Role as Indian Joe
Sand Creek Massacre, 151 Years Later
Straight Shooting in Leach Hockey Memoir
NHL Stanley Cup Winner Reggie Leach
How ‘Saints & Strangers’ Got It Wrong
Hate Speech Cancels WWU Classes
Jurist Becomes First Indigenous Pres.
An Open Letter to My Kids' Educators
Native Cooking: 16 Helpful Holiday Hints
Not Much Mortgage Lending
World War ISIS, Part 2
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Unbreakable Trio: Sampson Bros, Waln
WATCH: 1491s Release 'NSFW-ish' Video
Badger-Two Medicine Saved From Solonex
Tribal Justice on Trial
Quilt Walk for Justice Calls Attention
Wampanoag Thanksgiving Harvest Menu
“Drill them to Hell” Billboard to Change
Thing About Skins
Tulalip Tribes Sues State, County; Says Taxes on Trust Land Unconstitutional
Washington State and Snohomish County officials contend they have the authority to tax business transactions conducted by non-Indians on Indian land, including the Tulalip Tribes m...
From ‘Encouraged’ to ‘Mandatory’: Schools Must Teach Native History in Washington
There are 29 federally recognized indigenous nations in Washington State. They have treaties with the United States—they have their own governments, jurisdictions, and economies...
Bill Would Make Teaching Native History Mandatory In Washington
A bill that would require schools in Washington State to include local indigenous nations in their history instruction is on its way to becoming law...
5 Visionaries Who See a Brighter Future for Indian Country
Out of the Pacific Northwest come some visionary ideas for the protection of rights, exercise of sovereignty, intercultural understanding and meeting our future energy needs...
7 Questions with John McCoy, Washington State Representative
John McCoy, a citizen of the Tulalip Tribes in Tulalip, Washington, was elected November 6 to a sixth term in the Washington state House of Representatives...