Trailblazing Pueblo woman leader delivers opening prayer in Congress

Verna Teller, who was the first woman to lead the Pueblo of Isleta, is making history during Native American Heritage Month.

Native American Child Protection Act up for first hearing

A bipartisan bill to address child abuse and neglect in tribal communities has the support of Indian Country organizations.

Mark Trahant: Navajo Nation leaders pull away from coal

Leaders of the Navajo Nation say they weren't informed about the purchase of three coal mines far from tribal territory.

Native Sun News Today: From Native warriors to Native veterans

Sitting Bull once described the Lakota perspective: 'For us, warriors are not what you think of as warriors.'

Chemehuevi Tribe sets grand opening for new casino

After years of work, the Chemehuevi Tribe is finally ready to celebrate.

Pascua Yaqui Tribe debuts 151-room hotel at casino

The Pascua Yaqui Tribe welcomed visitors to a new hotel at one of its gaming facilities in Arizona.

Poarch Band of Creek Indians offers billions of dollars in gaming revenues

The Poarch Band of Creek Indians is promising to keep "Winning for Alabama" with a campaign for a Class III gaming compact.

'We're under attack': Tribes continue to defend Indian Child Welfare Act in critical case

The battle over the Indian Child Welfare Act is far from over as tribes continue to defend the landmark law in the courts.

'We refuse to sacrifice our water': Tribes rally amid Keystone Pipeline spill

As tribal representatives took part in Keystone XL expansion hearings in South Dakota, the original pipeline erupted in neighboring North Dakota.

Doug George-Kanentiio: Native music goes missing in the mainstream

Native music remains in a cultural ghetto, unheard by most people, unmarketed by the major music companies and alien to a world which is in desperate needs of its power and beauty.

Rep. Tom Cole: Honoring our nation's veterans

We owe a constant debt of gratitude to generations of veterans, including many of our own family members, who made sacrifices to ensure the safety of our homeland and who faithfully fought to promote and preserve our precious freedoms.

Rep. Markwayne Mullin: Honor our veterans every day

One day is not enough to thank the brave men and women who defend our freedoms every day.

Chuck Hoskin: Helping Cherokee Nation families with housing needs

Business as usual has been to wait on federal funding for our housing rehabilitation projects. Our people cannot wait any longer.

Mary Annette Pember: Holding mainstream media accountable for #MMIW

The real epidemic is the criminal way in which the crisis of missing and murdered Indigenous women has been historically overlooked.

The Conversation: What we can learn from Native wildfire management

Tribes across the West are working with an increased sense of urgency to manage fire-adapted landscapes in the face of climate change.

Cronkite News: Supreme Court takes up big immigration case

The fate of DACA, the Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals program, is in the hands of the nation's highest court.

Seneca Nation on the hook for $256 million in gaming payments

It looks like the Seneca Nation will have to fork over $256 million in gaming revenues to the state of New York.

Still no sign of Supreme Court arguments in closely-watched Indian Country case

The nation's highest court continues to keep Indian Country in the dark when it comes to one of the most contentious cases in recent history.

Native Sun News Today: Lakota veteran changes the lives of reservation youth

Following his retirement from the U.S. Marine Corps, Dion Reynolds brought his military experience back to Rosebud to change the lives of reservation youth.

Veterans Day Message from the 24th Navajo Nation Council

On behalf of the 24th Navajo Nation Council, Speaker Seth Damon recognizes Navajo Veterans and all who served honorably in the United States Armed Forces.

'We are still here': How to honor Indigenous communities throughout the year

We’re rolling through November, recognized as Native American Heritage Month, when many of us celebrate the nation’s rich and diverse Indigenous history.

Cronkite News: Power plant on tribal land days away from closure

An aging power plant that has provided jobs and revenues to the Hopi Tribe and the Navajo Nation is finally shutting down for good.

James Giago Davies: Urban Indians need to hold 'opportunists' accountable

When the Indian community doesn’t organize, and be its own watchdog, opportunists will swoop in to fill that power vacuum.

The Conversation: Hundreds of tribal sites at risk from rising sea levels

These places literally embody human lives, and are the only records we have of prehistoric indigenous peoples of the New World.

Native Sun News Today: Lakota barber opens up shop

In a world of nothing but bald men, Dom Clucas might have chosen the wrong profession.

Clara Caufield: A tribute to an unsung Indian military hero

Our attention focuses upon Native Americans, a well-known fact that among all ethnic groups, our people have the highest rate of voluntary service.

Editorial: A civil war is a bad idea, even for Trump supporters

We have had bad presidents, but they didn’t have the Reverend Jim Jones cult like following this president seems to attract.

'A tremendous opportunity': New leader of National Congress of American Indians focuses on tribal sovereignty

Fawn Sharp grew up steeped in the tribal activist culture of the Pacific Northwest. She's bringing those lessons to her new role at the National Congress of American Indians.

Native Sun News Today: Resisters win fight against South Dakota law

Native pipeline fighters celebrated the death of a state law aimed at preventing them from protesting against the Keystone XL Pipeline.

Montana Free Press: Native candidate Shane Morigeau runs for state auditor position

Growing up on the Flathead Reservation, Shane Morigeau experienced the depredations of predatory insurance and securities scams on the sick, the poor, and the systemically marginalized.

Native produced film to premiere at Hollywood’s Chinese Theater

"Mallard’s Road," a film starring Lakota actors, will have its world premiere at the famous Chinese Theater in Hollywood, California.

Victor Swallow: A heartfelt tribute to all our Native veterans

Warriors who have served in every war from World War I to present day can be proud of their service.

Another tribal homelands bill on the agenda in a heated political era

Partisan presidential politics are affecting Indian Country's legislative agenda.

Native Sun News Today: Police officer strikes Native middle school student

The Native community is outraged after police officer struck a Native middle school girl while trying to break up a fight.

James Giago Davies: Upstanding Officer Jekyll and criminal Mr. Hyde

Law enforcement should never choose protecting one of their own, over protecting children from that officer’s excessive policing.

Cronkite News: Arizona is in play for the 2020 presidential election

For the first time since Bill Clinton won re-election in 1996, pundits aren’t sure whether Arizona will vote red or blue in 2020.

Native Sun News Today: Lakota student overcomes hardships and succeeds

Larissa Grinnell is making a name for herself in the cosmetology and hairstyling industry.

Mark Trahant: Let's get ready for the Native vote!

At least 10 Native candidates are running for U.S. Congress in 2020.

Elizabeth Cook-Lynn: The dangers to democracy

We should know that Russian operatives and anti-American voices are on the internet daily.

Cronkite News: Your community's recycling program is in trouble

More cities in Arizona are making huge cuts to their recycling programs, which means less-frequent curbside pickups and tighter restrictions on accepted materials.

Agua Caliente Band breaks ground on third gaming facility

The Agua Caliente Band of Cahuilla Indians will open another casino in southern California after winning approval from the federal government.

Tule River Tribe gains federal approval to move casino

The Trump administration says the Tule River Tribe can move its casino to a new site but the governor of California must agree too.

Indian student count finally being updated for the modern era

Funding for the popular Johnson O'Malley Program might actually increase thanks to a new count of Indian students.

Native Sun News Today: Veterans walk across Pine Ridge Reservation

Veterans are placed on a highly respected status for their dedication to their community and for serving in the armed services.

Rep. Tom Cole: Celebrating Native American Heritage Month

As Americans, it is indeed important to remember the role tribes and their leaders have played in our collective history.

Rep. Markwayne Mullin: Democrats continue to play politics on Capitol Hill

Playing political games only distracts us from improving the lives of everyday Americans.

Chuck Hoskin: Working to protect Cherokee Nation families

As Principal Chief of the Cherokee Nation, I know that when we work together as a family and community, we are stronger.

The Revelator: Trump's new 'radical' leader for public lands

The ethically challenged acting director of the Bureau of Land Management made a tense appearance at the Society of Environmental Journalists conference to discuss his radical record.

Cronkite News: House approves Trump impeachment inquiry resolution

Lawmakers split along party lines as the House passed a resolution that lays out the framework for the next public phase of the impeachment inquiry into President Donald Trump.

Clara Caufield: Watch out for scams over the telephone

Recently, an elderly friend was victimized to the tune of $4,000 but avoided being taken for an additional $12,000.

Pokagon Band negotiates historic Class III gaming compact in Indiana

The Pokagon Band of Potawatomi Indians continues to plan big for its gaming facility in Indiana.

Muckleshoot Tribe enters into casino partnership with hockey team

It was a big week in Washington state for the Muckleshoot Tribe and professional sports.

'Something did happen': Racist taunts at Native girls volleyball team

Racial taunts directed at a girls volleyball team from the Salt River Pima-Maricopa Indian Community reflect the larger societal issue of Native American oppression.

Native Sun News Today: Parade draws attention to missing and murdered

The annual Native American Day Parade in Rapid City was filled with culture, traditions, color, and important social messages, including honoring murdered and missing indigenous women.

ProPublica: Alaska Native village loses only public safety officer

One spring day in 2005, a man in a crisp brown uniform stood before a group created by Congress to fix rural Alaska’s lack of cops. In his soft-spoken way, Simeon Askoak explained his dilemma.

Tribes cheer passage of bills to protect ancestral lands from development

Democrats on Capitol Hill are vowing to secure permanent protections for ancestral tribal territory after winning initial passage of legislation to stop energy development on sacred lands in two states.

'He called for the extermination of the Sioux': The Dakota War of 1862

Tamara St. John, a state lawmaker and tribal historic preservation officer, has become an expert on the Dakota War of 1862.

Rep. Tom Cole: Protecting Native women and children

A disproportionate number of sexual predators have preyed on Indian Country and Native women.

Rep. Markwayne Mullin: Protecting tribal sovereignty and tribal communities

Combatting the opioid crisis in Indian Country has been an uphill battle.

'Our Havasupai voices were heard': Bill bans uranium mining around Grand Canyon

Leaders of the Havasupai Tribe are praising passage of a bill to protect their ancestral homelands in Arizona.

An Inuit approach to cancer care promotes self-determination and reconciliation

In Canada, Inuit and academic health care researchers have teamed up to combat poor cultural awareness in mainstream health care services.

YES! Magazine: Indigenous communities exercise food sovereignty

Thanks to a union of land cooperatives, people in Puebla have food sovereignty and education in Nahuatl instead of mega-projects and a Walmart.

The Revelator: Alaska is getting warmer. It's also melting. That's bad for everyone.

As remote Alaska warms and melts, it kicks off changes that will affect global systems and worsen climate change.

James Giago Davies: Two types of trusting that rarely mix

People either trust what is and what has been, or they trust what is and what will be.

'The spirits are talking': Leaders speak of hope and healing in reservation border town

The wind speaks in this place. Sometimes it’s loud and abrasive and seeks to humble those who have failed to listen to the truths it has breathed upon them.
•: WATCH: A Conversation in the Badlands

Hearing focuses on sexual harassment at the Department of the Interior

The Bureau of Indian Affairs and the Office of the Special Trustee for American Indians suffer from the highest rates of all forms of harassment, according to an employee study.

Native Sun News Today: Pipeline fighters call for backup at water permit hearings

A Canadian company needs a large amount of water for the Keystone XL Pipeline. Tribes and water protectors are fighting back.

Sovereign Community School finds new home in Oklahoma City

Emphasizing wellness and culturally based curriculum in the classrooms is what the newly established Sovereign Community School prioritizes.

Cronkite News: Grant expands health care for urban Indians

More medical services will be available to Native Americans in Phoenix, Arizona, thanks to a $200,000 federal grant awarded to Native American Connections.

Deborah Taffa: My ancestors gave to this country to make it what it is today

A violent, racist history has kept Native people off their ancestral lands for decades. How can we remove the barriers that still exist today?

Ivan Star Comes Out: More participation needed in tribal elections

It should be common knowledge by now that our tribal government is in need of a serious upgrade.

Ever present dangers: Nuclear war and climate change

As a people we need to wake up and do a fresh threat assessment.

Cheyenne and Arapaho Tribes receive commitment letter from Bank of America

The Cheyenne and Arapaho Tribes are moving forward with the renovation and expansion of the Lucky Star Casino in Watonga, Oklahoma.

Tribes see slower season at nation's highest court but big cases remain unresolved

Tribal leaders are still paying close attention to the nation's highest court despite a slowdown in cases affecting Indian Country's interests.

Native Sun News Today: Donations sought for Lakota homeless

As winter approaches, the homeless population across the reservations in South Dakota are in need of supplies and support.

Chuck Hoskin: Investing in the Cherokee Nation’s future

Our language is the glue that holds our culture together. It creates a feeling of unity and hope among our people.

Clara Caufield: Native poets share the stage in Wyoming

The opportunity to share a bit of our culture, history and stories with non-Indians of good will is always good and appreciated.

The Conversation: Another crisis brews on Mohawk territory in Canada

Tensions are rising between the Kanien’kéha:ka (Mohawk) of Kanehsatà:ke and the Québec municipality of Oka.

'We are closely related to fire. Fire takes care of us and we take care of fire.'

The 130-year legacy of fire suppression in the U.S. is a process that continues to dispossess Native peoples of their lands.

MSU collaborates with Native communities to launch equitable research partnerships

Montana State University has launched a planning initiative that will involve Montana tribes in a "true equitable partnership" during every step of research that involves Native entities.

Cronkite News: Forest Service wildfire fund ends year in the black

For the first time in nine years, the U.S. Forest Service ended the fiscal year without depleting its fire suppression budget.

Prairie Island Indian Community welcomes homelands legislation

A bill to provide a safe and stable homeland for the Prairie Island Indian Community has been introduced in the 116th Congress.

Tribes and state of Oklahoma remain far apart when it comes to gaming

Tribes have already shared over $1.2 billion in gaming revenues with Oklahoma but the state wants a lot more.

Stillaguamish Tribe unveils long-awaited 'Xpansion' of casino

The Stillaguamish Tribe added new restaurants, an events space and more to its gaming facility in Washington state.

'This is our time': National Congress of American Indians elects new leadership

Members of the National Congress of American Indians made history by choosing a woman as their president for only the third time since the organization's founding in 1944.

Tim Giago: Families of murdered Native Americans still waiting for closure

I will keep writing every year until the deaths of Native men and women are resolved.

Native Sun News Today: The sad and sordid history of the Indian Health Service

Pedophile pediatrician Stanley Patrick Weber's crimes were over a century in the making at the Indian Health Service.

Indian Country Today: Miami Nation reclaims ancestors dug up by looters

This is the story of the first Native American Graves Protection and Repatriation Act prosecution in Ohio.

Montana Free Press: Navajo Nation acquires coal mine in Montana

A company owned by the Navajo Nation is now the third largest coal producer in the United States

YES! Magazine: Activists return to Alcatraz as key anniversary approaches

A new generation of Native activists took a canoe journey around Alcatraz to mark Indigenous Peoples Day and pay homage to occupation of the island 50 years ago.

Cronkite News: Screenings may lower rate of diabetes among Native Americans

Hispanics, Native Americans and African Americans are most at risk for diabetes, with racial and ethnic minorities reporting the highest rates of the debilitating disease.

ProPublica: Alaska Natives struggle with law enforcement

A tiny Alaskan village got a police officer. He’s never had to make an arrest. Meanwhile, larger communities with more crime have often been left behind as the state’s two-tiered policing crisis gets worse.

Victor Swallow: The mysterious things that happen in the animal world

What makes me feel good is reminiscing about the past when for the most part we didn’t out right hate each other.

Cronkite News: Census Bureau works to accurately count all communities in 2020

Native Americans are among those who have been historically undercounted during the U.S. Census, a constitutionally mandated headcount conducted every decade since 1790.

Clara Caufield: Indian Country loses another good friend

Jack Bailey was a very humble and respectful man, ever highly regarded by the Northern Cheyenne and all who knew him.

Cronkite News: Mining reform bill supported by Indian Country advances

The Hardrock Leasing and Reclamation Act protects national parks and tribal areas from being leased for mining, increases mining royalties and creates a fund to clean abandoned mines.

James Giago Davies: Cracker box homes and linoleum floors

When I look out at Rapid City, it strikes me as a solid sheet of linoleum over the land, and over the people and the culture, that once called this place home.

RECAP: National Congress of American Indians annual convention #NCAIAnnual19

Campaign season is in high gear as tribal leaders prepare to elect a new slate of officers for the National Congress of American Indians.

VIDEO: Celebrating fitness and healthy lifestyles #NCAIAnnual19

Tribal leaders and youth showed their commitment to wellness as the National Congress of American Indians continued its 76th annual convention.

'We like to share with other tribes': Joe Byrd at #NCAIAnnual19

Joe Byrd, Cherokee Nation, is among the candidates seeking a leadership role within the National Congress of American Indians.

'Only the elected leaders can speak on behalf of Indian Country': Shaun Chapoose at #NCAIAnnual19

Shaun Chapoose, Ute Tribe, is running for president of the National Congress of American Indians.

'Everybody has a right to speak for their people': Harold Frazier at #NCAIAnnual19

Harold Frazier, Cheyenne River Sioux Tribe, is making a second leadership bid at the National Congress of American Indians.

'We have not really listened to tribal leaders': Lance Gumbs at #NCAIAnnual19

Learn more about Lance Gumbs, Shinnecock Nation, and his vision for the National Congress of American Indians.

'It’s time for Indian Country to come together': Marshall Pierite at #NCAIAnnual19

Marshall Pierite, Tunica-Biloxi Tribe, is seeking a voice at the National Congress of American Indians.

'The Creator gifted us': Fawn Sharp at #NCAIAnnual19

Fawn Sharp, Quinault Nation, is seeking the top spot at the National Congress of American Indians again.

RECAP: National Congress of American Indians annual convention #NCAIAnnual19

It's day two of the National Congress of American Indians annual convention. Where are you?

Cronkite News: Breaking the silence on suicide in Indian Country

American Indians and Alaska Natives die of suicide at a rate higher than any other racial and ethnic group.

Native Sun News Today: Unanimous opposition to uranium mining in Black Hills

One hundred percent of the comments at a public hearing on water permits for the Dewey Burdock Project were against uranium mining on treaty territory.

Ivan Star Comes Out: We are good people and we are still here

Our ancestors once breathed and lived natural laws throughout their entire lives.

Top Indian Affairs official trumped out on key tribal issues in Washington

The diminished power of the Trump administration's face of Indian Affairs was on strong display as tribal leaders opened one of their biggest meetings of the year.

RECAP: National Congress of American Indians opens annual convention #NCAIAnnual19

Hundreds of tribal leaders are in Albuquerque, New Mexico, all week for one of the biggest meetings of the year.

Native Sun News Today: Crowd cheers film about Buddy Red Bow

Groundbreaking Oglala Lakota musician Buddy Red Bow is the subject of a new documentary.

Chuck Hoskin: Addressing food insecurity among the Cherokee people

Many people within Cherokee Nation rely on local food banks when times are tough.

Richard Peterson: Tribes denied true seat at table on their own homelands

The Tongass is the traditional homelands of the Tlingit, Haida and Tsimshian people, a lineage that stretches so deep in time, we call it immemorial.

Clara Caufield: The reality of Native American Studies

I salute those professors who created Native American Studies. They had to start from scratch.

Trump administration finally lands a leader for Indian housing programs

Year three of the Donald Trump presidency is almost over but his administration now has someone in charge of Indian housing.

House Subcommittee for Indigenous Peoples takes up two bills at hearing

The House Subcommittee for Indigenous Peoples of the United States is taking testimony on two tribal bills.

'We’re going to bring them home': Rally for the missing and the murdered

Bearing signs that read "Violence is Not My Tradition" and "Indigenous Day, Not Columbus Day," a crowd drew attention to the missing, murdered and abused in their communities.

Montana Free Press: Tribal leaders quit #MMIW task force

Two tribal representatives pulled out of a new Missing Indigenous Persons Task Force in Montana due to the state's defense of the Keystone XL Pipeline.

Why more places are abandoning Columbus Day in favor of Indigenous Peoples Day

While Columbus Day affirms the story of a nation created by Europeans for Europeans, Indigenous Peoples Day emphasizes Native histories and Native people.

Sen. John Thune: Celebrating Native American Day

I am grateful for the rich heritage of South Dakota tribes. Their history is woven deep within the fabric of our state.

Native Sun News Today: Donation benefits Northern Cheyenne elders

The closing of a thrift store in Sheridan, Wyoming, has turned out to be good news for the Northern Cheyenne people.

'We have to do things in a different way'

Indigenous knowledge and governance is essential because it's where more than a third of the earth and over 80 percent of the planet’s biodiversity are located.

James Giago Davies: Struggling to find a place in a modern world

Until Lakota people develop a healthy intellectual class to offset the reverence paid to holy men or basketball coaches, the tribe will struggle to find a place in any world.

UW News: Law school events focus on uranium and treaties

The University of Wyoming College of Law is hosting two public events focusing on water contamination on one reservation and and a treaty rights case recently decided by the Supreme Court.

Presidential candidates continue outreach in Indian Country

With a growing number of communities celebrating Indigenous Peoples Day, another Democratic presidential candidate announced plans to improve the government's relationship with the first Americans.

Yakama Nation calls for removal of Columbia River dams

"The false religious doctrine of Christian discovery was used by the United States to perpetuate crimes of genocide and forced displacement against Native Peoples."

Celebrate Indigenous Peoples' today and everyday

As we honor the Native Nations and Indigenous Peoples' in the United States and North America, I ask, remember where you came from.

Cherokee Nation and CNB minimum wage increases will boost economy, help families

Our employees here at the Cherokee Nation are the backbone of our government and business operations.

Cherokee leader's legacy lives on in Nashville

An audience at the Tennessee State Museum was reminded that the Cherokee war chief, the redoubtable Dragging Canoe, fought battles on the very ground they were standing on.

Native Sun News Today: 'Oyate' television program launches website

The hit television show Oyate Today has launched a new website to keep viewers informed of the program.

Former school employee charged with felonies after sexually abusing Native girl

A former employee of a treatment facility for juveniles is awaiting extradition to California after authorities confirmed he fathered a child with a Native girl.

San Manuel Band brings casino name to new NFL stadium

The San Manuel Band of Mission Indians will be reaching Raiders fans at the team's new home in Las Vegas, Nevada.

Native man shot by police officer mounts appeal after lengthy sentence
A bullet is lodged in Micah Taylor's neck after he was shot by a police officer. He's the one going to prison.
• WATCH: Rally for Justice
The Arctic's future is Indigenous

There are competing visions for the Arctic, including energy development and commerce. What about Indigenous voices?

Greta Thunberg brings star power to Pine Ridge Reservation

A young climate change activist from Sweden has become an international star in a little over a year.

Are we a vanquished 'tribe' or an independent 'Nation?'

As Lakota people, we must realize the fact that our ancient world view is as valid as any other.

Supreme Court opens new term with little new Indian law activity

So what's going on with the Muscogee (Creek) Nation's reservation case? No one knows.

Waiting on the Supreme Court to return eastern Oklahoma to Indigenous nations

All of Indian Country is waiting on the Supreme Court to do what is morally and legally right.

Only Native American on federal death row secures delay of execution

A divided appeals court has stayed the scheduled execution of Navajo citizen Lezmond Mitchell, who is the only Native American on federal death row.

‘I could not afford to hang men for votes’: Largest mass hanging in America

The public hanging of 38 Dakota men was the largest mass execution in U.S. history. Two others were executed at later date.

Navajo student Nizhoni Tallas wins prestigious Udall scholarship

Nizhoni Tallas, who grew up on the Navajo Nation, says her passion for the environment started at a young age.

Montana State University celebrates Indigenous Peoples Day

A round dance and a walk in honor of missing and murdered Indigenous women are among the events taking place on campus.

Montana Free Press: Crowd complains about grizzly bears

The Trump administration is being pressed to remove protections for the grizzly bear, an animal held sacred by numerous tribes.

'We're not a disaster for them': Yankton Sioux Tribe struggles to recover from flooding

A series of two flooding periods have occurred on the Yankton Sioux Reservation in the last six months, leaving devastation and a need for assistance.

Clara Caufield: Life in a reservation border town

It’s good to live off the Rez, but still be close enough to visit home.

Former leader of Mississippi Band of Choctaw Indians indicted for fraud

Kevin Edwards, a former vice chief of the Mississippi Band of Choctaw Indians and his wife have been indicted on federal fraud charges.

Wilton Rancheria secures victory in homelands case

The Wilton Rancheria is celebrating after a federal judge sided with the tribe and the federal government in a homelands case.

Senate Committee on Indian Affairs examines nuclear legacy in Indian Country

Tribal leaders, federal officials and advocates will testify about the effects of radiation in Indian Country at a field hearing in New Mexico.

Former Indian Health Service doctor guilty of abusing Lakota boys

A federal jury convicted former Indian Health Service pediatrician Stanley Patrick Weber of all 11 criminal counts for sexually abusing four boys on the Pine Ridge Reservation.

Tim Giago: Another year and no Lakota riders at the Buffalo Roundup

Long before the first white settler ever set foot in the Northern Plains the Native Americans were sharing the land with their ancestral friend, the buffalo.

Mark Charles: Getting rid of Donald Trump won't solve America's deep-seated problems

President Trump is simply just another example of the fruit produced by our white supremacist, racist, sexist and colonial foundations.