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#NoDAPL Camp Honors Cheyenne River Youth
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No DAPL: Camp of the Sacred Stones
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Native Arts & Cultures - 2016 Awardees
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California Trees Have $1 Billion Street Value
Tim Radford, Climate News
Californian foresters have demonstrated once again that money does grow on trees—and they are not talking about commercial orchards...
Susanville Tribes Welcome Back 300 Acres of Land Via New Law
The tribes of Susanville Rancheria in northeastern California are elated at the passage of a bill restoring 300 acres of their traditional lands...
Calif. Committee Passes I-Poker Bill
Yesterday, the California Assembly Appropriations Committee passed a statewide, online poker legalization and regulation bill...
Tribal, Commercial Coalition Unites to Support Calif. Online Poker Bill
A new coalition of 21 California tribes, card rooms, racetracks and unions may prove instrumental in moving the needle forward on the authorization of a new online poker bill in th...
9th Circuit Sides in Favor of NIGC, Jamul Indian Village
A summer debut is on schedule for the Hollywood Casino Jamul on the Jamul Indian Village in California near San Diego, thanks to the 9th Circuit Court of Appeals' ruling against op...
Indigenous Organizer Defends His Mixteco People on Both Sides of the Border
Mark R. Day
José González is driving his GMC pickup to Tijuana, Mexico, for an indigenous cultural event. As he approaches the border, he describes how he entered the U.S...
Indigenous Mexicans in California: A Tale of Struggle, Organizing and Survival
Mark R. Day
Indigenous migrants from Mexico and Guatamala have been arriving since the 1980s not only in California, but also in cities and rural areas throughout the United States. U.S...
Amah Mutsun Band Returns to Mount Umunhum, Sacred Site of Their Creation
The road leading to the sacred site named Mt. Umunhum (hummingbird) by the Amah Mutsun Tribal Band of Northern California is shaded by oak...
Sacred Site Endangered by Development in Southern California to Be Considered at Public Hearing
A group of Native Americans and environmentalists are fighting to protect a 400-acre property from development in Newport Beach, California...
‘Paying to Pray’ in Northern California: Potential Beach Access Fees Threaten Tribal Practices
A controversial California State Parks proposal may result in local tribes having to pay to access traditional sites along the coast in Sonoma County north of San Francisco, accord...
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