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Painter Margarete Bagshaw Walks On
Ho-Chunk Nation Increases Minimum Wage
Native Funerals as Family Reunions
WSJ Sides With Soto on Eagle Feathers
Symposium: School-to-Prison Pipeline
Clerk to Indian: 'You Lost the War'
Jude Schimmel Puts Team in Sweet 16
Speaker Series to Feature Sherman Alexie
All-Women Drum Group Serenades Wab Kinew
New Sulfate Limits in Minnesota
Let’s Celebrate Annie Dodge Wauneka
Preparing the Next Native Lawyers
Dental Therapy Providers Help Indians
EPA Gives $1 Million to NW Tribes
Native Actors Needed for Longmire
Danish Ambassador's Misdirected Apology
Jaguars: Protecting the Sacred Cat
Yamasee War Ends Native Slave Trade
Oklahoma Tribe Latest to Combat Meth
The Civilizing (Dominating) Process
Thing About Skins
Musqueam Declare Victory in Fight to Protect Ancient Village Burial Site
David P. Ball
In what may be a first for a major Canadian city, the Musqueam Indian Band is rejoicing after the province of British Columbia announced it would not re-issue permits to develop a ...
Winnemem Wintu Chief Receives Court Date for Ceremony Citations; Faces Up to a Year in Prison if Proven Guilty
For months, the Winnemem Wintu Tribe campaigned to pressure the U.S...
Honoring Ceremony Held for Reburied Ancestral Remains at Wickliffe Mounds in Kentucky
With three eagles and a red-tailed hawk circling overhead, an honoring ceremony was held August 23 for the ancestors of the Chickasaw and Absentee Shawnee nations who had been rebu...
President Obama Names New National Monument in Colorado, Affirming Tribal Descendants’ Cultures
When President Barack Obama designated the new Chimney Rock National Monument (Monument) September 21, he affirmed the area’s centuries-old cultures that are maintained by today’s ...
Alberta Mounties Will Investigate Aboriginal Petroglyph Damage
The Royal Canadian Mounted Police (RCMP) are investigating the September 9 desecration of Glenwood Erratic, an ancient aboriginal sacred site in Alberta, Canada ...
Aboriginal Petroglyphs Destroyed By Vandals Armed With Acid and a Drill
A rock drill, acid and a power washer; it’s not the beginning of a joke about a hardware store—it’s what was used by cultural vandals to destroy aboriginal pictograms and petroglyp...
Ku Klux Klan Founder Could Be Getting Expanded Monument in Selma, Alabama
Plans for an expanded monument to honor Confederate Lieutenant General Nathan Bedford Forrest in Selma, Alabama have raised controversy...
Pe’ Sla Owners Accept $9M Offer from Tribes
In a historic victory for American Indian tribes, the owners of the sacred site Pe’ Sla have agreed to an offer of $9 million to purchase an approximate 1,900 acres of land also kn...
Pe’ Sla Purchase: Not Out of the Woods Yet
Though the Rosebud Sioux Tribe (RST) has recently announced progress in their efforts to purchase the sacred site of Pe’ Sla in the Black Hills of South Dakota and RST President Ro...
Tribes Reach Deal to Purchase Black Hills Sacred Site
“When I saw that Pe’ Sla was at risk, I thought somebody should do something and I said that to myself for about two weeks...
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