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Review: Mohawk lacrosse team featured in 'Keepers of the Game' Review: Mohawk lacrosse team featured in 'Keepers of the Game' (04/22)
Film critic Andy Webster of The New York Times offers a favorable review of Keepers of the Game, a documentary that follows an all-Mohawk girls lacrosse team in New York.
Native Sun News: The future of Lakota basketball in South Dakota Native Sun News: The future of Lakota basketball in South Dakota (04/20)
Given the large number of Lakota ball clubs to cover during the basketball season, the Native Sun News did not cover much AA basketball in 2015-16, and that was a mistake.
Native Sun News: Rosebud Sioux sisters carry on Lakota basketball tradition Native Sun News: Rosebud Sioux sisters carry on Lakota basketball tradition (04/14)
Mya and Juneau Jones, daughters of Chuck Jones from the Rosebud Sioux Tribe, are the latest examples of a proud and impressive tradition.
Lakota Country Times: Teenager's anti-suicide movement grows Lakota Country Times: Teenager's anti-suicide movement grows (04/12)
Suicide on the Pine Ridge Indian Reservation has been a hot topic for decades as many have lost their battle with the disease.
ESPN made guest host cover 'Caucasians' mascot parody t-shirt ESPN made guest host cover 'Caucasians' mascot parody t-shirt (04/08)
Bomani Jones stirred considerable controversy for questioning the existence of Indian mascots on national television.
Native Sun News: Basketball star rises on Pine Ridge Reservation Native Sun News: Basketball star rises on Pine Ridge Reservation (04/06)
Years from now when people look back over the four years Kobey O’Rourke spent playing basketball for Red Cloud, they might remember he made the varsity as a freshman.
Nisqually Tribe offers hospitality to dog racing teams from Norway Nisqually Tribe offers hospitality to dog racing teams from Norway (03/30)
The teams and their 53 dogs found some new friends in Indian County after participating in the grueling Iditarod sled race.
Lakota Country Times: Oglala Sioux Tribe stands up for girls basketball team Lakota Country Times: Oglala Sioux Tribe stands up for girls basketball team (03/30)
The Oglala Sioux Tribe is demanding action against an off-reservation high school for the actions of its students during a regional high school girls championship game.
Indian Country cheers on Ho-Chunk players in basketball playoff Indian Country cheers on Ho-Chunk players in basketball playoff (03/25)
Two young members of the Ho-Chunk Nation of Wisconsin are making history on the basketball court.
James Giago Davies: Lakota youth face bias on basketball court James Giago Davies: Lakota youth face bias on basketball court (03/22)
There is no dispute Wasicu harbor racist resentment against Lakota, the question is, does it influence officiating at high school basketball games?
United Tribes Technical College girls basketball team in tourney United Tribes Technical College girls basketball team in tourney (03/15)
After an 11-hour drive from North Dakota to Kansas, the Lady Thunderbirds are ready for their first game in the National Junior College Athletic Association tournament.
Alaska Native man charged for incident along Iditarod race trail Alaska Native man charged for incident along Iditarod race trail (03/15)
Arnold Demoski, 26, said he ran into the sled teams by accident after a night of drinking. He offered an apology after hearing that one dog died and others were injured.
Dalton Walker: Red Lake Nation rallies for boys basketball players Dalton Walker: Red Lake Nation rallies for boys basketball players (03/09)
Basketball is more than a game for many at Red Lake. It's a cherished outlet.
James Giago Davies: Thoughts about Lakota athletes and education James Giago Davies: Thoughts about Lakota athletes and education (03/07)
The challenge for the Lakota educator is to promote learning for its own sake, and not as a means to a basketball end, not even as a foundation for a job or career.
Basketball teams at United Tribes Technical College finish strong Basketball teams at United Tribes Technical College finish strong (03/02)
The Lady Thunderbirds are the new Region XII champions and are hosting their first-ever district tournament.
Tohono O'odham Nation mixed martial arts fighter set for match Tohono O'odham Nation mixed martial arts fighter set for match (03/02)
Eddie Arizmendi goes by the nickname 'Crazy Face' and is the reigning 185 MMA Belt Champion.
Fashion company sorry for '.dsquaw' collection nearly a year later Fashion company sorry for '.dsquaw' collection nearly a year later (03/01)
Dsquared2 initially didn't say anything about the offensive descriptions that Native women slammed in March 2015.
Onondaga Nation boxer wins first match after overcoming huge setback Onondaga Nation boxer wins first match after overcoming huge setback (03/01)
Lawrence Gabriel was supposed to compete a year ago but was critically injured when he subdued a gunman who shot a total of six people in Syracuse, New York.
Indian school fires basketball coaches after race-related incident Indian school fires basketball coaches after race-related incident (02/26)
Former head boys basketball coach Ceci Moses and her husband, former assistant coach Rick Schimmel, accused staff at another school of making race-related comments about Native Americans.
Young football player from San Pasqual Reservation stands out Young football player from San Pasqual Reservation stands out (02/19)
Jason Boyle Jr. is only 13 but he already played in a prestigious Football University Youth All-American Bowl game.
Lakota Country Times: Tribal college basketball team takes off Lakota Country Times: Tribal college basketball team takes off (02/19)
The Oglala Lakota College Brave Hearts are quickly becoming a legitimate program under the guidance of Dale Pine Jr.
Native Sun News: Young tribal runners invited to compete in Australia Native Sun News: Young tribal runners invited to compete in Australia (02/12)
Three South Dakota tribal athletes may soon be running cross country in the land Down Under.
Native basketball tournament bars player who lacks Indian blood Native basketball tournament bars player who lacks Indian blood (02/11)
Josiah Wilson is a member of the Heiltsuk First Nation and is considered an "Indian" under Canadian law but his lack of Indian blood is keeping him off the court.
Teams protest corporate sponsor of Native basketball tournament Teams protest corporate sponsor of Native basketball tournament (02/08)
Players and elders from the Haida Nation of British Columbia are bothered by the growing involvement of energy companies in the All Native Basketball Tournament.
Girls basketball team proudly wears Navajo hairstyle during game Girls basketball team proudly wears Navajo hairstyle during game (02/08)
The Flagstaff Lady Eagles sailed to another victory as their story continued to inspire teams to wear the traditional tsiiyeel hairstyle on the court.
Apology offered to girls who were forced to change Navajo hairstyle Apology offered to girls who were forced to change Navajo hairstyle (02/05)
The Lady Eagles from Flagstaff, Arizoina, were forced to remove their hair ties and let down their buns before a basketball game this week.
Eastern Band of Cherokee Indians see turnaround at golf course Eastern Band of Cherokee Indians see turnaround at golf course (02/03)
The tribe purchased the Sequoyah National Golf Club in 2014 and patrons are reporting happy experiences.
Sycuan Band converts tennis club into museum and cultural center Sycuan Band converts tennis club into museum and cultural center (01/28)
The cultural center and museum will house the tribe's artifacts and share the tribe's history.
Native Sun News: The brotherhood of Indian Country bull riders Native Sun News: The brotherhood of Indian Country bull riders (01/28)
After the last round at the Indian National Finals, Marshall Herman, a young Sioux bull fighter, emerged from the coliseum, met by his mother Melissa Byrne, who noticed tears on his cheeks.
Native Sun News: Young Lakota man rides to world championship Native Sun News: Young Lakota man rides to world championship (01/27)
Oglala Sioux Tribal member Jordan 'Slick' Phelps has been viewing the world from the topside of bull since he was 4 years old.
Tunica-Biloxi Tribe invites youth to stickball clinic and exhibition Tunica-Biloxi Tribe invites youth to stickball clinic and exhibition (01/26)
Members of the Alabama-Coushatta Tribe of Texas will play an exhibition and teach the youth how to play the sport, which dates back hundreds of years.
Native Sun News: Rival teams from Pine Ridge battle on the court Native Sun News: Rival teams from Pine Ridge battle on the court (01/25)
Little Wound's ten players gave it all they had, but they were visibly exhausted by the middle of the second period in their matchup against Red Cloud.
Basketball coach suspended after arrests by Osage Nation police Basketball coach suspended after arrests by Osage Nation police (01/20)
Chad Kills Crow only started working at Pawhuska High School last summer but has been sidelined for the rest of the boys basketball season.
Original Americans Foundation discloses $3.7M in gifts to tribes Original Americans Foundation discloses $3.7M in gifts to tribes (01/15)
The Washington NFL team is disclosing the foundation's finances to the Internal Revenue Service.
Washington mayor courts NFL team but won't use racist name Washington mayor courts NFL team but won't use racist name (01/14)
Mayor Muriel Bowser (D) wants to lure the team back to the nation's capital despite its controversial symbol.

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