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The Week That Was: The Big Stories in Indian Country, February 14, 2016
From Valentine’s Day to crimes of the heart, the week has been full of events in Indian country. Here are the highlights...
'It's Really a Joy to Be Alive,' Says Native American Victim of Hit-and-Run
Gabriela Maya Bernadett
On January 25, 2015, powwow dancer Isaac Wak Wak’s life changed forever...
The Week That Was: The Big Stories in Indian Country, December 13, 2015
An icon walks on, a disappearance has a tragic ending, and a top indigenous federal official announces his departure. That and more saturated the news in Indian country last week...
Native Minneapolis Woman Beaten in September Dies
Rebecca Rose Anderson, a 30-year-old American Indian female, who was assaulted in Minneapolis in September died last week and the Minneapolis Police Department is seeking the publi...
Western Washington University Cancels Classes After Hate Speech Targets People of Color
Western Washington University canceled its last day of classes before the Thanksgiving holiday weekend on Tuesday November 23 after threatening “hate speech” against people of colo...
Tragedy at Bridge River Indian Band in B.C. as Hammer-Wielding Youth Attacks
The troubled youth barged into the offices of Xwisten (Bridge River) Indian band, swinging a hammer...
The Week That Was: The Big Stories in Indian Country, October 4, 2015
There was some tragic news out of Indian country this past week, though between a major lacrosse win and some large federal grants, there were a few things worth celebrating...
Video: St. Regis Mohawk Police Assist in Manhunt for Escaped Convicts
Man Accused of Hurling Beer, Racial Slurs at Native American Kids Will Not Face Jail Time, Judge Says
The man who is suspected of hurling beer and racial slurs at a group of Native American kids at a hockey game in Rapid City, South Dakota, in January will not face jail time, a jud...
100-Year-Old Baskets Stolen From Health Services Building
On May 14, there was a break-in at the United Indian Health Services (UIHS) building at Potawot Health Village, 1600 Weeot Way in Arcata, California...
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