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A Landslide Election: Great for Natives?
Before Shailene Woodley’s Arrest
Ruffalo, DiCaprio, Jesse Jackson in ND
Seminole-owned Hard Rock President & CEO
Bully No More
#NoDAPL in Historical Context
Al Gore Supports Standing Rock, NoDAPL
‘Promised Land’ Will Make You Mad
The Wizarding World of Donald Trump
Native Women Rowers: Bronze & Superfund
100 Years Documentary Highlights Cobell
Justice Dept Still Delaying DAPL Permits
Archambault Requests DOJ Investigation
14 Days Out: Election Day
Congress: Pay Attention to Natives
4 Reasons to Attend AISES Conference
Wells Fargo Preyed on Natives
George W: ‘Actively Ignored’ Indians
What Does an Indian Look Like?
Cops Kill Pregnant Native American Mom
Thing About Skins
Native History: Descendant Tells Father’s Story of Fort Robinson Escape
This Date in Native History: On January 22, 1879, the cavalry came from three directions and attacked and killed more than 30 Cheyenne people at point blank range at Antelope Creek...
From a Rough Upbringing to Winning an International Business Competition
For Curtis Wallette, there was no silver spoon background that helped him win an internationally renowned business competition called the Capsim Challenge held this spring in Chica...
Native History: Indian Agent Report Leads to Great Sioux War
This Date in Native history: On November 9, 1875, Indian Inspector E.C...
Native Vote Lawsuit Heads Back to District Court and a New Judge
The Native voting-rights lawsuit, Wandering Medicine v. McCulloch, is headed back to Montana district court for a rematch...
The Long and Winding Road: Wandering Medicine v. McCulloch
A winter storm struck Montana shortly before the October 10 appeals-court hearing for the voting-rights lawsuit Wandering Medicine v. McCulloch...
DOJ Declares Indian Vote Denial ‘Completely Incorrect’
Northern Cheyenne Making the US Census Work for Tribes
Desi Small-Rodriguez, Northern Cheyenne, was one of two American Indians and 10 new members selected to serve on the US Census Bureau’s National Advisory Committee on Racial, Ethni...
Tribes Pull Black-Footed Ferrets Back From the Brink
Most people, at least in cities, know the ferret as the ideal apartment-dwelling pet. But its distant cousin the black-footed ferret has not had such a cushy existence...
Good Morning, Anchorage! Top 10 Cities With Highest Percentage Natives
Thanks to the U.S. Census Bureau and its effort to count us all once a decade, we have another interesting list to report on...
Truth-Telling Time for Sand Creek Museum Exhibit
It’s official: Talks are scheduled and Colorado’s flagship history museum has said it will close a controversial Sand Creek Massacre exhibit while it consults with tribes about the...
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