Stephanie Woodard
7/15/14
A perfectly timed combination of negotiation and grassroots organizing has allowed numerous Native villages across Alaska to become absentee in-person voting locations for federal ...
Native American Rights Fund
6/22/14
Like a lot of the details of United States historical relations with the indigenous inhabitants of this land, the story of Indian boarding school policy of the United States govern...
Steve Russell
5/23/14
The Washington Post quoted Heather Kendall-Miller of the Native American Rights Fund about law enforcement in Alaska Native villages: “The state can’t afford to pay for law enforce...
Rob Capriccioso
5/12/14
After decades of opposing Alaska Native tribal trust lands, the federal government is taking major steps to once again allow lands to be taken into trust for the 228 tribes in the ...
Gale Courey Toensing
5/6/14
While Indigenous Peoples are proud to be indigenous all the time, Proud To Be Indigenous Week is especially dedicated to celebrating indigenousness...
ICTMN Staff
4/24/14
National Congress of American Indians President Brian Cladoosby has put the United States Department of State Secretary John Kerry on notice...
Christina Rose
3/12/14
At a recent symposium, Joel West Williams, Cherokee, staff attorney for the Native American Rights Fund, announced, “Raise your hand if you consider yourself one percent American, ...
ICTMN Staff
2/18/14
The United Nations Human Rights Committee recently heard about the violations of indigenous prisoners’ religious freedoms at the hands of the United States throughout the country...
Rob Capriccioso
12/17/13
Some senators are having problems with answers provided by lawyer Keith Harper, a Cherokee Nation citizen, about his work on the Cobell settlement and other tribal trust lawsuits...
Rob Capriccioso
11/21/13
When should tribal sovereignty for all trump the sovereignty of one tribe? That’s a question many in Indian country are pondering as the U.S...

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