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DOJ task force calls for tribal jurisdiction in child abuse cases (11/18)
The Task Force on American Indian and Alaska Native Children Exposed to Violence issues its report after a year of work.

Doug George-Kanentiio: NAMMYs promote Native musical talent (11/18)
The fifteenth Native American Music Awards, held at the Seneca Allegany Casino in New York, once again honored the best in Native music.

Native Sun News: Winona LaDuke addresses energy addiction (11/18)
Anishinaabe tribal member Winona LaDuke called for a 'transition from the tipi to the Tesla,' during a speaking engagement in the South Dakota state capital.

PRI: Exhibit tells story of Indian men sold into slavery in 1600s (11/17)
Squanto, who later greeted the Pilgrims in Massachusetts, had been captured and sold into slavery.

Woman from Eastern Shoshone Tribe dies after attack by dogs (11/17)
Deanne Lynn Coando, 40, was a mother and a grandmother.

ICT interview with Assistant Secretary Kevin Washburn at BIA (11/17)
Indian Country Today publishes part three of an interview with the head of the Bureau of Indian Affairs.

Tribal members in Arizona find easier route for birth certificates (11/17)
A new policy only requires two documents to show whether a tribal citizen was born in Arizona.

Wind River tribal judge presides over first same-sex marriage (11/17)
Saun and Renee Allen took their vows before family and friends at the tribal courthouse.

Rosebud Sioux Tribe slams House vote on Keystone XL Pipeline (11/17)
Rosebud President Cyril Scott said approval of the controversial project was an 'act of war against our people.'

Native Sun News: New food guide promotes tribal bison efforts (11/17)
Sustainable Harvest Alliance not only connects tribal bison ranchers with markets, it encourages environmental sustainability, humane livestock practices, and Native American cultural resilience.

S.E. Ruckman: Series on health care law and Indian Country (11/17)
Taking a closer look at the Affordable Care Act and its impact in Indian Country.

Navajo Nation Council fails to override veto on language bill (11/14)
Tribal law requires candidates for president to be fluent in the Navajo language.

Mascot fight reaches back generations at Little Earth complex (11/14)
Activism is part of the culture at the housing complex for urban Indians in Minneapolis, Minnesota.

Obama dismisses claimed benefits from Keystone XL Pipeline (11/14)
The president said the controversial project won't create as many jobs or lead to lower energy costs, as supporters have claimed.

GAO report questions spending at Bureau of Indian Education (11/14)
One school lost $1.2 million in federal funds in an apparent hacking incident.

Native Sun News: Northern Cheyenne Tribe puts people to work (11/14)
The long defunct Ashland Sawmill, owned the Northern Cheyenne Tribe, is coming back to life.

IHS still without a written policy on emergency contraception (11/13)
Coverage remains uneven more than a year after a verbal directive was issued.

Navajo Nation Council to consider language requirement veto (11/13)
The special session comes as presidential candidate Russell Begaye faces a challenge in tribal court.

House heads for vote on bill to approve Keystone XL Pipeline (11/13)
The Senate could take action next week as the bill turns into an issue in the run-off race for the Senate seat in energy-friendly Louisiana.

Native Sun News: Waste dump near Pine Ridge still contested (11/13)
An Oct. 31 judicial ruling moved High Plains Resources LLC a step closer to locating an unprecedented petroleum waste disposal site in Fall River County, adjacent to the Pine Ridge Indian Reservation.

New York tribes commemorate 220th anniversary of treaty (11/12)
The treaty recognized the rights of Cayuga, Mohawk, Oneida, Onondaga and Seneca nations.

Fort Sill Apache Tribe welcomes lawmakers to reservation (11/12)
The tribe had to go to court to win recognition of its rights in New Mexico.

Native Sun News: Northern Cheyenne man remains missing (11/12)
Douglas 'Snazz' Limberhand, father of James D. Limberhand, age 33 of Busby, reports that his son has been missing since August 7.

Oklahoma lawmakers look at ways to finish Indian museum (11/11)
A Republican plans to introduce legislation to devote tribal tobacco and tribal gaming revenues to the project.

Woman from Chukchansi Tribe hospitalized after dog attack (11/11)
Karen Shultz, 63, as mauled by at least six dogs and suffered severe injuries to her face and head.

Republican lawmakers vow to approve Keystone XL Pipeline (11/11)
President Barack Obama might not be opposed to a Keystone bill, The New York Times reported.

Suzan Shown Harjo to receive Presidential Medal of Freedom (11/11)
The activist has been at the forefront of major pieces of Indian legislation and is well known for her fight against racist mascots.

Native Sun News: Sioux tribes intervene in Keystone review (11/11)
TransCanada’s Keystone XL Pipeline is up for a big fight in the heart of the Great Sioux Nation.

County files late appeal in Cayuga Nation foreclosure case (11/10)
The tribe and Indian Country have most likely been spared another round of concerns about their record before the Supreme Court.

Navajo Nation schedules December 23 presidential election (11/10)
The vote was originally scheduled to take place on November 4.

Young member of Tulalip Tribes dies after school shooting (11/10)
The death came after tribe welcomed a survivor back to the reservation.

Native Sun News: Oglala Sioux Tribe faces voting rights suit (11/10)
Does a person who was born on the reservation, enrolled in a tribal nation, and who is culturally in touch with their community become somehow less Native when they leave the reservation?

Lakota immersion program at Pine Ridge secures $10K grant (11/07)
The Iyapi Glukinipi / Lakota Immersion Childcare only lets children hear Lakota.

HuffPo: Carrie Jones and Chase Iron Eyes on Indian education (11/07)
The chairwoman of the Leech Lake Band of Ojibwe discusses the fight for school construction funds.

Mashpee Wampanoag Tribe won't host group at Thanksgiving (11/07)
The visit had been announced by YoNasDa LoneWolf Hill, the granddaughter of Nation of Islam leader Louis Farrakhan.

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