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Colorado River Flow Returns to Natural Course Through Mexico
For some tribal members living alongside the Colorado River, a new plan to reconnect the river to the sea remedies a long-time spiritual wrong...
Pyramid Lake Paiute Tribal Chairman Wayne Burke Walks On
Pyramid Lake Paiute Tribe Chairman Wayne Burke passed away Sunday, October 28...
Goshute Tribes Fight for Water Rights in Face of 300-Mile Pipeline to Vegas
The clock is ticking on the 60-day review period for the environmental assessment report on a controversial water pipeline along the Nevada-Utah border that the Goshute Confederate...
Seeking Water From the Sun: Documentary Profiles Solar Water-Purification Program on Navajo Nation
A new water-purification system using solar power to purify contaminated groundwater holds promise for solving water problems not only on the Navajo Nation, where it is being teste...
Opinions Split on Navajo and Hopi Water Rights as Decision Time Nears
UPDATED JUNE 22, 2012 at 2:00 p.m. with comments from Navajo Nation Attorney General Harrison Tsosie and Navajo Nation Attorney Stanley Pollack...
Lack of Attention to Indigenous Rights Tops Amnesty’s Report on Canada
The Canada bashing continues...
Peru's Indigenous Band Together to Protect Their Lands and Water Rights
As a teenager two decades ago, Ruth Buendía saw the Asháninka communities in Peru’s central Amazonian lowlands torn apart by violence as the Shining Path guerrillas kidnapped, kill...
Native Student Publication Holding Water Rights Symposium
Simon Ortiz RED INK: A Native American Student Publication will be holding a fundraiser and water rights symposium tomorrow and Saturday...
Salazar Announces Finalization of Soboba Tribal Water Rights Settlement
After three years, the Soboba Band of Luiseño Indians has received its water settlement agreement from the United States government...
Choctaw and Chickasaw Tribes Sue to Prevent Tapping of Reservoir
The city of Oklahoma City's desire to pipe water from Sardis Lake, a man-made reservoir in southeastern Oklahoma is running into resistance from locals and two tribes that value th...
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