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Rep. Ryan Zinke Connects With Montana Indians, Could Be Next House Speaker
Indian Country Today Media Network caught up with freshman Congressman Ryan Zinke (R)-Montana, who is just off a barnstorming tour of the historic Montana Hi-Line region, including...
Incomprehensible: Indigenous Immigrants Screwed Because of Bad Translations
Many Indigenous immigrants from Mexico and Central America, including unaccompanied children, are not able to understand their rights or present their case for asylum to United Sta...
Video: Making Waves on the Tohono O’odham Border
Jorge Martin Melchor
The Tohono O'odham Indian Reservation is a sprawling, sparsely populated stretch of desert and mountains along the Arizona-Mexico border...
Senate Unanimously Approves a Tribal Amendment to Immigration Reform
On June 18 the Senate voted unanimously (94-0) to approve a tribal amendment to the S.744 Immigration reform bill that will add four tribal government officials to the Border Overs...
Who You Calling an Immigrant?
For many in Indian country, President Barack Obama said magic words, “It’s really important for us to remember our history...
Crossing U.S.-Mexico Border Can Be Deadly
The homemade videos are damning: A man on the ground, possibly handcuffed, begs for his life as he’s beaten by a dozen U.S. Border Patrol officers...
Indian Country Key to Security
DENVER—A Fusion Conference: Not about fashion or music trends or nuclear physics but maybe a sign of the future for Indian country...
Mexico's HñaHñu Community Battles Illegal Immigration With Simulated Border-Crossing, Complete With Gun Shots
Forty students from a private university in Mexico City huddled together under an opaque sky waiting for orders from their coyote or guide...