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Speculation about Donald Trump welcoming NFL team -- and its racist mascot -- back to DC Speculation about Donald Trump welcoming NFL team -- and its racist mascot -- back to DC (11/11)
Will the new Republican president change everything, except the racist mascot?
Native Sun News Today Editorial: Michael Haney fought racist mascot up until to his death Native Sun News Today Editorial: Michael Haney fought racist mascot up until to his death (11/11)
The team that got beat was one that activist Michael Haney, a Seminole Indian with a trace of Sioux blood, had been fighting to change their name and logo until the day he died.
Pro-Donald Trump group debuts ad about NFL team's racist mascot Pro-Donald Trump group debuts ad about NFL team's racist mascot (11/07)
The ad features an all-White, all-male group of football fans who are portrayed as having game day ruined by Democrat Hillary Clinton.
Lakota Country Times: Lakota athletes head to Indian National Finals Rodeo Lakota Country Times: Lakota athletes head to Indian National Finals Rodeo (11/02)
More than fifty Lakota rodeo athletes are headed to the Indian National Finals Rodeo in Las Vegas, Nevada.
Ed Rice: Cleveland baseball team cursed by a real Indian player Ed Rice: Cleveland baseball team cursed by a real Indian player (11/01)
'Just a walk around the grounds of Cleveland’s Progressive Field makes very clear how little respect the team has for Louis Sockalexis.'
Native Sun News Today: Pine Ridge football team impresses on the road Native Sun News Today: Pine Ridge football team impresses on the road (10/26)
You can argue where the best South Dakota High School football is being played, but there is little doubt where the most exciting is being played.
Indian National Finals Rodeo gears up for big crowds in Las Vegas Indian National Finals Rodeo gears up for big crowds in Las Vegas (10/25)
The 41st annual event promises $350,000 in cash prizes and other awards.
Tim Giago: No one feels honored by racist and offensive mascots Tim Giago: No one feels honored by racist and offensive mascots (10/24)
Watch the World Series this week and let the image of the hideous, racist logo of the Cleveland Indians dance before your eyes.
Native Sun News Today: Lakota Nation Invitational hosts girls volleyball tournament Native Sun News Today: Lakota Nation Invitational hosts girls volleyball tournament (10/19)
A determined Custer Lady Wildcats team won nine consecutive matches, dropping only one game to White River, to win the 2016 Lakota Nation Invitational Girls Volleyball title.
Lakota Country Times: Indian relay races in Rapid City a success Lakota Country Times: Indian relay races in Rapid City a success (10/18)
The Professional Indian Horse Racing association completed its first ever sanctioned event in Rapid City in front of crowds of people from all walks of life.
Native architect in Canada loses complaint against racist mascot Native architect in Canada loses complaint against racist mascot (10/18)
Attorney: 'You could not call a team the New York Jews. Why is it OK to call a team the Cleveland Indians?'
Native architect in Canada files complaint over U.S. baseball team's racist mascot Native architect in Canada files complaint over U.S. baseball team's racist mascot (10/17)
Douglas Cardinal has 'had enough' of the offensive Cleveland team's mascot.
Native students condemn 'racist' images used in official program at Yale University Native students condemn 'racist' images used in official program at Yale University (10/12)
Officials at the Ivy League institution apologized for the use of the stereotypical imagery.
Washington NFL team requests delay in racist trademark dispute Washington NFL team requests delay in racist trademark dispute (10/04)
After making an unusual and urgent plea to the nation's highest court, the team is now seeking to delay the proceedings.
Supreme Court accepts case linked to NFL team's racist mascot Supreme Court accepts case linked to NFL team's racist mascot (09/29)
A lower court has yet to rule on the team's trademark fight against Native youth activists.
Lakota Country Times: Powwow and Indian relay unite for big event in South Dakota Lakota Country Times: Powwow and Indian relay unite for big event in South Dakota (09/29)
Two of the fastest growing entertainment ventures in Indian Country are partnering to provide Rapid City with an unprecedented weekend of indigenous entertainment.
Supreme Court weighs petition in case tied to racist NFL mascot Supreme Court weighs petition in case tied to racist NFL mascot (09/20)
The Washington team is hoping to secure a victory even before Native youth activists get a chance to make their case.
Bronson Koenig hosts basketball clinic for youth at Standing Rock Bronson Koenig hosts basketball clinic for youth at Standing Rock (09/16)
The college basketball star from the Ho-Chunk Nation is heading to North Dakota to show solidarity with the #NoDAPL movement.
Top Indian relay racing teams prepare for major event in Montana Top Indian relay racing teams prepare for major event in Montana (09/15)
The fourth annual All Nations Indian Relay takes place September 22-25 in Billings, Montana.
Native Sun News Today: Oglala man receives martial arts award Native Sun News Today: Oglala man receives martial arts award (09/09)
When Jonathan Old Horse, 47, defended himself against a simulated knife attack in Keystone, Colorado last week, the 'thunder people' were present to cheer him on.
Native Sun News: A rare and remarkable cowboy in Howard Hunter Native Sun News: A rare and remarkable cowboy in Howard Hunter (09/07)
Children play cowboys and Indians, and the popular perception is that the Indian is diametrically opposed to the cowboy, and so to play properly, you must choose to be one or the other.
Kiowa player Kendal Thompson lands spot on Washington NFL team's practice squad Kiowa player Kendal Thompson lands spot on Washington NFL team's practice squad (09/05)
Kendal Thompson isn't officially on the roster but can be signed at any point from the practice squad.
Native Sun News: Indian relay champion Hermis Tall passes away Native Sun News: Indian relay champion Hermis Tall passes away (09/05)
Last month, the Indian horse relay racing world lost one of the greatest riders in history in Hermis Janis Tall.
Bear River Band schedules grand opening for new recreation center Bear River Band schedules grand opening for new recreation center (09/02)
The 23,000 square-foot Bear River Recreation Center features basketball courts, a gym and an activity center.
Native baseball player Koda Glover continues to impress in the big leagues Native baseball player Koda Glover continues to impress in the big leagues (09/02)
Koda Glover, who is Cherokee, pitches for the Washington Nationals.
Native Sun News: Honoring Oglala racing legend Leonard 'Boob' Ferguson Native Sun News: Honoring Oglala racing legend Leonard 'Boob' Ferguson (08/31)
Leonard 'Boob' Ferguson did not compete in a sophisticated world of corporate sponsors and intense media hype.
Native Sun News: Youth learn about traditions with Native games Native Sun News: Youth learn about traditions with Native games (08/29)
The Native American Games Training in Rapid City brought the traditional games played in indigenous nations and the lessons those games were taught.
Puyallup Tribe acquires golf course within reservation boundaries Puyallup Tribe acquires golf course within reservation boundaries (08/24)
The Washington tribe has reclaimed a portion of its reservation.
Native Sun News: Mario Gonzalez goes from ball court to law court Native Sun News: Mario Gonzalez goes from ball court to law court (08/23)
There are two basic types of hero in Lakota country; long dead legendary ancestors, and athletes who can shoot an orange ball through an iron hoop.
White House official hires attorney as powwow fight story heats up White House official hires attorney as powwow fight story heats up (08/19)
A nearly year-old incident is causing headaches for William Mendoza, the executive director of the White House Initiative on American Indian and Alaska Native Education.
Lakota Country Times: Lakota horseman honored for winning career Lakota Country Times: Lakota horseman honored for winning career (08/17)
Fred Ecoffey, one of the all-time Lakota horsemen, was honored for his life as a jockey.
Doug George-Kanentiio: Lacrosse must be returned to rightful place at Olympics Doug George-Kanentiio: Lacrosse must be returned to rightful place at Olympics (08/16)
The game must be restored along with the essential participation of its inventors -- the ancestors of the Iroquois Nationals.
Lakota Country Times: Indian relay group announces event at new venue Lakota Country Times: Indian relay group announces event at new venue (08/16)
There seems to be no stopping the growth of the Professional Indian Horse Racing Association.
White House official got into fight at powwow over offensive jersey White House official got into fight at powwow over offensive jersey (08/10)
William Mendoza became upset when he saw someone wearing a Washington NFL jersey with some unusual words written on the back.
Brandon Ecoffey: Best basketball teams always had Native players Brandon Ecoffey: Best basketball teams always had Native players (08/10)
After weeks upon weeks of writing columns columns about some of the most pressing issues even the most hardened writers need to take a break from that kind of content.

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