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10 Things You Should Know About the Swinomish Tribe
The Swinomish Tribe is known for its proactive work on issues related to sovereignty and the environment...
Sen. Cantwell Speaks About Carcieri, Fed Rec, Duwamish and More
Indian Country Today Media Network caught up with U.S. Sen...
Swinomish Tribe Files Lawsuit to Stop Bakken Crude Oil Trains
Swinomish tribal leaders, wary of the potential for tragedy and tired of negotiations that have gone nowhere, are suing Burlington Northern Santa Fe (BNSF) Railway to stop the comp...
Native Leaders Appointed to Positions in Education, Environment, Justice in Washington State
Three prominent Native American Washingtonians have been appointed to key positions in education, environmental protection, and the judiciary. On December 15, Gov...
Swinomish Study Social and Physical Impacts of Climate Change With $756,000 EPA Grant
The Swinomish Tribe is undertaking a study, thanks partly to a grant from the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency, to gauge the physical and social impacts of climate change...
8 Tribes That Are Way Ahead of the Climate-Adaptation Curve
Much has been made of the need to develop climate-change-adaptation plans, especially in light of increasingly alarming findings about how swiftly the environment that sustains lif...
NCAI’s 4 Presidential Candidates Discuss Issues Within Indian Country
By the end of the 70th annual National Congress of American Indians (NCAI) convention October 13-18 in Tulsa, Oklahoma, a new president will be elected to lead the organization...
Majel-Dixon Is a Defender of VAWA, Sovereignty
When Native American Rights Fund attorney Heather Kendall-Miller introduced Juana Majel-Dixon at a 2007 presentation at Harvard University, she said, “We’ll see how far we get with...
Economic Development Is a Priority for George Tiger
George Tiger’s mettle was tested within two months of his election as principal chief of the Muscogee Creek Nation...
Cladoosby Enters National Congress of American Indians President Race
Swinomish Chairman Brian Cladoosby, who has long worked to strengthen economic conditions and stop ecological degradation in Coast Salish country, announced his candidacy June 25 f...
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