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Judges Rule in Favor of SBT
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Militia: God Gave Land to Settlers
The Trees Danced for Us
Tribes in Court Over North Dakota Land
Remembering Good Friday Disasters
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Trumpeter Swan Poachers Sentenced
Cherokee Nation Adds Millions to Housing
Locals Learning Emergency Response
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White House Honors Henry Red Cloud
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Ho-Chunk Nation Participates in MLK Day Celebration
On Monday, residents of Madison, Wisconsin attended the 34th Annual “Tribute and Ceremony” Celebration honoring the legacy of Dr. Martin Luther King Jr...
Kenosha's Hard Rock Promises To Cover $250M for Any Losses Incurred by Wisconsin's Gaming Tribes
In attempt to gain approval for its proposed $808 million Hard Rock Casino in Kenosha, Wisconsin, the Menominee Indian Tribe has pledged to offset any losses incurred by nearby Ind...
Ten Tribes Receive Department of Energy Clean-Energy Technical Assistance
Biomass facilities, solar projects and even relocation support are among the tribal initiatives receiving technical assistance awards from the U.S...
Video: Wisconsin Media Lab Releases Fifth Installment, Language Apprentice
Wisconsin Media Lab has released the fifth video in a series of nine as a part of an online educational resource called “The Ways.” The project, which also includes interactive map...
Frank Lamere Remembers 1999 Whiteclay Protest While Honoring Russell Means
On February 27, Frank Lamere gave the following speech during an honoring celebration of Russell Means coinciding with the 40 th anniversary of the start of the 1973 occupation of ...
Ho-Chunk Elder and a Founder of American Indian Center of Chicago, Angeline C. DeCorah, Walks On
Ho-Chunk elder Angeline C. DeCorah, one of the founders of the American Indian Center (AIC) of Chicago walked on August 6. She was 91...
Ho-Chunk Nation: Portrait of a People
Three Wisconsin Tribes Killed Discussion for Joint Off-Reservation Casino
County Opposes Ho-Chunk Nation Land-Into-Trust Request
The Sauk County, Wisconsin board denied the Ho-Chunk Nation's plans for roughly 600 acres surrounding its Wisconsin Dells-Baraboo casino to be placed into trust for an IMAX theater...
Sacred Tobacco: Ho-Chunk Nation Wants Military Authorities to Stop Confiscating it
Philip M. Callaghan
The following article is published with permissions from The American Legion Magazine ...
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