Community members are calling for the ouster of the interim chief executive officer and the clinical director of the Urban Inter-Tribal Center of Texas.
Jenni Monet is a free woman, despite a new warrant out for her arrest in New Mexico.
Arizona is one of many states that does not protect employees from being fired, denied housing or refused service because of their sexual orientation or gender identity.
The Education Department plans to look into a long-standing complaint of racial inequities on the Fort Peck Reservation.
Although we didn’t have much, at least we were all together as a family that Christmas.
Arizona’s highest court will decide whether a law aimed at prohibiting businesses from discriminating against LGBTQ people violates the state constitution.
It turns out that the legal battles over the Keepseagle settlement aren't quite finished even as more funds flow to Indian Country.
The Keepseagle settlement has created the largest philanthropic organization in Indian Country.
Indian farmers and ranchers are getting a second check while tribes, non-profits and other organizations are seeing grants from the Keepseagle settlement.
Shopping while indigenous appears to be a new crime in sunny southern California.
President Trump’s executive order barring travelers coming from six countries with Muslim majorities, is now a permanent part of U.S. immigration policy.
The Supreme Court ruled in favor of a baker who refused to make a wedding cake for a gay couple, saying that doing so would violate his religious beliefs.
Discrimination against two young Mohawk men at Colorado State University highlights an all-too-common misunderstanding.
With Indian farmers and ranchers still waiting on a second payout from the Keepseagle settlement, an advisory board created by the historic lawsuit is preparing for its next meeting.
Though no firm date is available, final Keepseagle settlement payments are expected before the end of the year.
It's official -- the long-running legal fight over the remaining funds in the $760 million Keepseagle settlement is finally over.
The fate of $380 million in leftover funds from the Keepseagle settlement is in the hands of the nation's highest court.
Indian farmers and ranchers who experienced discrimination at the Department of Agriculture will have to wait even longer for resolution of the historic Keepseagle lawsuit.
Indian farmers and ranchers are on pins and needles as they wait for another round of payments from the historic yet mangled Keepseagle lawsuit.
Supreme Court justices wrestled with the line between art and commerce in the case of a Colorado baker who said making a wedding cake for a same-sex couple would violate his First Amendment rights.
A bill to end decades of gender-based discrimination against indigenous women is inching closer to passage in Canada.
A federal appeals court won't rehear a challenge to the remaining funds in the $680 million Keepseagle settlement even as the Trump administration characterized it as a bad deal.
The Fort Peck Tribes are asking the Trump administration to investigate discrimination and racism at public schools on their reservation in Montana.
Four tribal citizens said they were denied entrance to a high school basketball game based on their race.
Another big chunk of funds should be headed to Indian Country as part of a historic settlement over discrimination against Indian farmers and ranchers.
Two tribal citizens are disputing how the remaining $380 million in settlement funds will be used.
The Montana State Advisory Committee to the U.S. Civil Rights Commission heard a number of heart-wrenching personal experiences from Native people.
A termination-era law prevents the Lumbees of North Carolina from being treated as a fully recognized tribe.
The Montana Advisory Committee will hear from tribal leaders and other officials about discrimination faced by Native Americans in Montana's largest city.
Loreal Tsingine, a 27-year-old mother, was shot and killed in Winslow, Arizona, a community near the reservation border.
Loreal Juana Barnell Tsingine was killed on March 27 in Winslow, Arizona, a community near the reservation.
'Mashpee Nine: The Beat Goes On' is seeing its premiere in Massachusetts.
Parties in the Keepseagle settlement reached an agreement which will provide original claimants a supplemental payment of $18,500 directly and $2,775 paid to the IRS on their behalf, for a total supplemental award of $21,275.
Grants will be awarded to non-profits, tribal programs and educational institutions that provide services to Native farmers and ranchers.
Tribal housing agencies can't discriminate against anyone based on sexual orientation, gender identity or marital status under a proposal released by the Obama administration.
Native Americans are constantly mocked by media and shunned by the government.
Even in a city of well-educated residents, I have encountered so many people who know little to nothing about native people, even though Wisconsin is home to 11 federally recognized tribes.
The Native American Agricultural Fast Track Fund will award the funds by the end of the year.
A bouncer testified that a bar manager yelled anti-Indian slurs at the two brothers and that Indian patrons were often denied entry at the Top Deck in Farmington.
In February 2015, several powerful leaders of the Lakota community came together to discuss the escalating racial conflict in Rapid City, South Dakota, particularly involving police.
Indian ranchers and farmers who experienced discrimination will receive another payment and $265 million will go to a new trust aimed at helping ranchers and farmers.
Tribal leaders and members see the death of Loreal Tsingine as a sign of the discrimination hey encounter in a border town near the reservation.
The story of the Indian Civil Rights Movement is a complex one with many facets and stories waiting to be explored and told.
Like a broken pipeline spilling sickness across the prairie, South Dakota lawmakers often pump out hateful legislation that marginalizes our most vulnerable citizens, including transgender youth.
The Obama administration reached a settlement to address discrimination against Indian farmers and ranchers but most of the funds remain unspent.
A lawsuit against the South Dakota Department of Social Services alleges that the often maligned state agency has repeatedly discriminated against Native American job applicants based on race.
The Department of Social Services repeatedly passed over Native Americans while hiring non-Natives to work on the Pine Ridge Reservation, the Department of Justice alleged in a complaint.
Although disenrollment wasn't really a word in 1978, the decision in Santa Clara Pueblo v. Martinez continues to be cited by courts that refuse to get involved in membership disputes.
Namerind Housing Corporation helps Native people find housing in a city where they often face discrimination.
The racist ad stated that the landlord 'will not consider aboriginals' for the house in Prince Albert.
Elizabeth Peratrovich is remembered today for her role in the passage of the Anti-Discrimination Act of 1945.
Sometimes, the hardest things to talk about are exactly those which need to be discussed the most.
The Department of Justice accused Sheriff Terry Johnson of discriminating against Hispanic drivers in Alamance County, North Carolina.
Acting director Robert McSwain said the agency is committed to serving the lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender and Two Spirit communities.
The lead plaintiffs wanted another round of payments while the Obama administration and other attorneys wanted to create a new trust fund with the leftover money.
The former CEO of the Grand Canyon Resort Corporation claims she was fired because of her sexual orientation.
Over the years the Hot Springs merchants have had a love/hate relationship with the Lakota -- there is a nice Wasicu guy who makes really cool tipis, and that’s about all the love.
President Russell Begaye and the Navajo Nation Council now have a real opportunity to take a stand and be champions for our equality.
Do you remember the class action litigation Keepseagle v. USDA claiming discrimination against Indian farmers and ranchers?
Indian farmers and ranchers are opposing a plan to distribute the money to non-profits.