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Yurok Fire Emergency: Arson Suspected
Tragic Loss; Maine Squeeze
Chief Looking Horse’s Important Message
'We Treated Germany Better': O'Donnell
Natives Fighting for Voting Equality
Tribe to Develop $1.3M Retail Center
Seeking Food Sovereignty Through Seeds
Spokane Reservation Engulfed In Smoke
CFPB Is Barking Up the Wrong Tree
Turtle Island Tribes Meet Cuba
Confronting Feds: Malheur, Standing Rock
Osage Nation Takes Ted Turner's Ranch
Weekly Pow Wow Planner: August 26 to 28
Mendoza Speaks on SACNAS Altercation
Descendants Talk About Geronimo
Puyallup Tribe Buys Public Golf Course
Voting Requirement Maze This November
3 Native Women Who Influenced Policy
Parks' 100th Anniversary Overcrowding?
Forgiveness: Only Option for Trauma?
Thing About Skins
US Army Pledges to Bear Full Cost of Returning Carlisle Remains
Beneath fields in Flanders, Normandy, and Okinawa, young American men and women lie in somber honor beneath row on row of white crosses...
Sand Creek Massacre, 151 Years Later: Hearing, Healing the Echoes of the Past
Echoes of the innocents massacred 151 years ago reverberate near Sand Creek and along the tortured route where parts of their mutilated bodies were paraded back into what is now De...
Big Economic Goals at Minneapolis Fed: Pump Money into Native Business
The Federal Reserve’s district bank in Minneapolis has a simple goal for its latest outreach into Indian country: it wants to maximize tribal economic development...
MSU Professor Selected as 2015 Leopold Leadership Fellow
Carol Schmidt, MSU News Service
Gail Small, professor of Native American Studies at Montana State University, has been named a 2015 Leopold Leadership Fellow...
5 Tribal Land and Water Rights Bills Get SCIA Attention
Seeking to hear directly from tribal leaders on the important issue of land and water rights, Senate Committee on Indian Affairs Chairman Jon Tester (D-Mont.) held a hearing on fiv...
Quapaw Tribe Hails DOI Progress in American Indian Land Buyback Program
Citing its 12-year struggle in settling a long running dispute with the Department of Interior over mismanagement of Indian trust land, the Quapaw Tribe hailed the department’s ann...
Northern Cheyenne Lands Act Looks to Right a Century Old Wrong
U.S. Rep. Steve Daines (R-Montana) has introduced a bill that he hopes will correct a federal error that has hurt the Northern Cheyenne Tribe for more than a century...
Kin-Based Governments Can Be Successful and Profitable
A key to understanding American Indian nations, and Indigenous Peoples in general, is local community organization...
Hope Springs: An Interview With John Robinson, of Northern Cheyenne
“I’m glad you came here in the spring,” said President John Robinson, of the Northern Cheyenne Tribe. “This time of year reflects the way we feel...
Montana Taxpayer Questions High Cost of Battling Against Native Voting Rights
For several months, Montana counties have been shelling out taxpayer dollars to fight a Native voting-rights lawsuit – Wandering Medicine v...
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