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Native Sun News Today Editorial: Presidents on Mount Rushmore didn't treat tribes so well Native Sun News Today Editorial: Presidents on Mount Rushmore didn't treat tribes so well (02/17)
There are four faces of past presidents carved in the side of a hill in the Sacred He Sapa (Black Hills).
Steven Newcomb: Dakota Access marks growth of imperial American empire Steven Newcomb: Dakota Access marks growth of imperial American empire (02/16)
Army Corps of Engineers continues the American empire way in Oceti Sakowin Nation territory.
Vena A-dae Romero: Reclaiming our tribal communities from obesity and diabetes Vena A-dae Romero: Reclaiming our tribal communities from obesity and diabetes (02/16)
From obesity to poverty, we change the words, we can change our communities.
Gyasi Ross: Native and African people share long history of resistance Gyasi Ross: Native and African people share long history of resistance (02/16)
Crispus Attucks is about combined Native and black lineages that resisted, suffered and caused a revolution.
James Giago Davies: Tribes face bigger threat than Dakota Access James Giago Davies: Tribes face bigger threat than Dakota Access (02/16)
The Orange Ogre in the White House is just the latest politician to take full advantage of Lakota turning on Lakota.
Mark Trahant: Another Native woman aims to make history at polls Mark Trahant: Another Native woman aims to make history at polls (02/14)
Timing is everything in politics — so Minnesota Rep. Peggy Flanagan (D) is wasting no time in her bid for Congress.
Clara Caufield: Northern Cheyenne Tribe comes together for health Clara Caufield: Northern Cheyenne Tribe comes together for health (02/14)
The Northern Cheyenne 'Red Day' was designed to be an uplifting day of encouragement for all our people, focusing upon women who seem to suffer from the disease more often than men.
Tim Giago: A reservation boarding school teacher I'll never forget Tim Giago: A reservation boarding school teacher I'll never forget (02/13)
John Bryde showed up at the Holy Rosary Indian Mission in the early 1940s.
Mark Trahant: The battle over the Dakota Access Pipeline is far from over Mark Trahant: The battle over the Dakota Access Pipeline is far from over (02/13)
The Trump administration has been in office for less than a month — and already the construction of the Dakota Access Pipeline is again proceeding.
Victor Swallow: Oglala Sioux family remains connected to the land Victor Swallow: Oglala Sioux family remains connected to the land (02/13)
Most of the stories I write about way back when are told to me by my mother Lizzie Two Bulls-Swallow.
Steven Newcomb: Museum excludes Kumeyaay Nation from history Steven Newcomb: Museum excludes Kumeyaay Nation from history (02/13)
The San Diego Maritime Museum and its exclusion of the Kumeyaay Nation.
Larry Spotted Crow Mann: Indigenous people continue to sacrifice Larry Spotted Crow Mann: Indigenous people continue to sacrifice (02/13)
Immigration conversation is opportune time to reflect on the First People of this land.
Native Sun News Today Editorial: History will always repeat itself Native Sun News Today Editorial: History will always repeat itself (02/10)
The struggles for racial justice and equality for Black, Mexican and Indian minorities is still ongoing.
Ivan Star Comes Out: Racism is still alive and well in South Dakota Ivan Star Comes Out: Racism is still alive and well in South Dakota (02/10)
All my life, I have heard the old 'Get a job,' and 'Get over it' retort, especially from a specific Euro-American crowd that appear to hold a great amount of disdain for 'Indians.'
Gyasi Ross: Barack Obama's complicated legacy in Indian Country Gyasi Ross: Barack Obama's complicated legacy in Indian Country (02/09)
The Thing About Skins on the Pros and Cons of the Obama Administration.
Mark Charles: The real reason Donald Trump hasn't heard about #NoDAPL Mark Charles: The real reason Donald Trump hasn't heard about #NoDAPL (02/09)
Our elders leading the resistance at Standing Rock are very wise.
James Giago Davies: Dakota Access battle has got us divided again James Giago Davies: Dakota Access battle has got us divided again (02/09)
Are we really one people, united in the face of Wasicu oppression, or are there always legitimate reasons to bail out, switch sides, abandon allies, and shake hands with Wasicu facilitators?
Andrea Carmen and Roberto Borrero: Donald Trump's slash and burn on treaties Andrea Carmen and Roberto Borrero: Donald Trump's slash and burn on treaties (02/08)
The International Indian Treaty Council calls for vigilance against Donald Trump's slash and burn tactics and violation of legal and human rights.
Tracy Loeffelholz Dunn: In defense of Native journalist Jenni Monet Tracy Loeffelholz Dunn: In defense of Native journalist Jenni Monet (02/08)
If you’ve valued YES! Magazine's Standing Rock coverage, tell the Morton County State’s Attorney to drop all charges against Jenni Monet.
Peter d'Errico: Even Donald Trump can't trample over tribal treaties Peter d'Errico: Even Donald Trump can't trample over tribal treaties (02/08)
The Treaty of 1851 is the law of the land and must be honored.
Chelsey Luger: Media is still trying to divide and conquer our people Chelsey Luger: Media is still trying to divide and conquer our people (02/08)
Non-native media outlets such as The Daily Haze must be eyed with caution.
Charles Carlyle: Tribes develop economies for the seven generations Charles Carlyle: Tribes develop economies for the seven generations (02/07)
Advice from a business leader on the Ak-Chin Indian Community in Arizona.
Albert Bender: Donald Trump goes blitzkrieg on #NoDAPL movement Albert Bender: Donald Trump goes blitzkrieg on #NoDAPL movement (02/07)
In this case it seems that Donald Trump is taking a page out of Andrew Jackson’s playbook.
Mark Trahant: Native journalist charged by North Dakota authorities Mark Trahant: Native journalist charged by North Dakota authorities (02/07)
It’s not Jenni Monet who will be on trial. It’s the First Amendment.
Steven Newcomb: Yes there actually was a Bowling Green massacre Steven Newcomb: Yes there actually was a Bowling Green massacre (02/07)
Kellyanne Conway had the wrong Bowling Green.
Ladonna Bravebull Allard: Indigenous nations must stand our ground Ladonna Bravebull Allard: Indigenous nations must stand our ground (02/06)
How powerful could we be if we agree to stand our ground on our treaty land where we have laid thousands of prayers?
David Ganje: Reforms needed in North Dakota's eminent domain law David Ganje: Reforms needed in North Dakota's eminent domain law (02/06)
The use of eminent domain (condemnation) is a modern legal problem.
Jenni Monet: I got arrested for reporting on the #NoDAPL movement Jenni Monet: I got arrested for reporting on the #NoDAPL movement (02/06)
A message from ICMN reporter Jenni Monet on the First Amendment and the U.S. Constitution, and coverage of Standing Rock.
Ray Cook: Now's the time for all of us to stand down at Standing Rock Ray Cook: Now's the time for all of us to stand down at Standing Rock (02/06)
Mother Earth needs no protection; we need to protect each other from those who do us harm.
Tiffany Midge: You too can sponsor a member of the Chump Cabinet Tiffany Midge: You too can sponsor a member of the Chump Cabinet (02/06)
All chumps need a good home, will you open up yours?
Rob Bishop: Republicans aren't trying to get rid of Indian health law Rob Bishop: Republicans aren't trying to get rid of Indian health law (02/06)
A short statement from the leader of the House Committee on Natural Resources.
Charles Kader: A new town destroyer puts tribal relations to the test Charles Kader: A new town destroyer puts tribal relations to the test (02/03)
US and Native relations will be tested in the years ahead.
Ivan Star Comes Out: Equality still seems to be a problem in America Ivan Star Comes Out: Equality still seems to be a problem in America (02/03)
Inherent rights are bestowed upon us by the Creator who placed us on Turtle Island or Unci Maka (Grandmother Earth) and provided us with instructions on how to live.
Native Sun News Today Editorial: Donald Trump ain't seen nothin' yet Native Sun News Today Editorial: Donald Trump ain't seen nothin' yet (02/03)
Donald Trump has no idea of the spiritual and moral courage that is embodied in the hearts and souls of the Indian people.
Chip Colwell: Oil pipelines take economic toll on our cultural heritage Chip Colwell: Oil pipelines take economic toll on our cultural heritage (02/02)
A more accurate reckoning of the economic benefits of pipelines needs to consider the negative impact of pipelines on other parts of our economy.

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