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Saturday October 22, 2016

The First Alaskans Institute Elders and Youth Conference in Fairbanks. Photo by Eric Engman
It's official -- the very first land-into-trust application has been filed in Alaska and the Bureau of Indian Affairs stands ready to help tribes restore their homelands.
Alaska Receives Notification of First Lands Into Trust Application
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James Giago Davies: Drugs and crime overrun our reservations (10/21)
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Crow Tribe signs agreement to resolve long-running tax dispute (10/21)
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Native leaders in Alaska endorse Hillary Clinton in historic move (10/20)
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Brandon Ecoffey: It's business as usual for South Dakota's GOP (10/20)
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Agency shifts course as ancient remains slated for repatriation (10/19)
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Frybread - It’s a staple of Native American culture. Frybread is so ubiquitous it’s become a symbol of Native cuisine. These greasy treats show up at festivities, gatherings, fundraisers and holiday events. But there’s another way of looking at it: frybread ingredients come not from tradition, but from the reservation rations and commodity goods provided by the federal government. And the high fat count and low nutrient content makes frybread an factor in obesity and high rates of diabetes in our Native communities.


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