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Democracy in Indian Country: Yeah, Right
Reese: The Making of a Modern Warrior
Warming Warning Is a Burning Issue
Kaw Nation's Visionary Gaming Leadership
New Study Focuses on Violence
‘Why We Don’t Support Trump’
'Dreamland:..America’s Opiate Epidemic'
Amazing Eagle Released by Sacred Friends
Oklahoma Tribes Protect Monarchs
Trump Riot in New Mexico
Keepseagle Fast-Track Process Begins
Walking On at 8, But Born to Dance
Yazzie-Mintz Honored by Harvard
Sacred Deer Return to Jalisco, Mexico
SIPI Students Transform Desert Into Mars
Sen. John McCoy: I Oppose Disenrollment
Coal Terminal: ‘Looking at Options’
NMAI: Stop Auction of Remains & Items
Angriest Indian Author: Adrian C. Louis
Harsh Wildfire Season on West Coast
Thing About Skins
Will Natives Get a Fair Chance to Vote in 2016? Not According to Many Lawsuits
The voting rights of American Indians and Alaska Natives have been eroded or ignored since the United States Supreme Court overturned a key provision of the Voting Rights Act in 20...
Voting in America: Electing a President in 2016 and the Minority Vote
Tanya H. Lee
The Center for American Progress’s report, “The Changing Face of American’s Electorate: Political Implications of Shifting Demographics,” describes how the shift from a majority Wh...
Supreme Court Decision Rolls Back Voting Rights for S.D. Indians
When the U.S. Supreme Court used Shelby County v...
Leaders Praise Supreme Court Decision to Uphold Voting Rights
Tribal leaders in Arizona praised the Supreme Court's June 17 decision to strike down Arizona's Proposition 200, which effectively restricted the voting rights of American Indians ...
Custer's Revenge? Supreme Court Guts VRA on Little Big Horn Anniversary
“We’re still paying for defeating Custer!” exclaimed OJ Semans, Sicangu Lakota co-director of the voting-rights group Four Directions...
Supreme Court Ruling Impacts Voting Rights in Indian Country
Signaling the end of Civil Rights era reformation, the Supreme Court on June 25 ruled in Shelby County v...
Montana's Native Vote Could Decide US Senate Control
The decision of U.S. Senator Max Baucus (D-Montana) not to run in 2014 means that the state’s Native vote could be very important next year...