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The Nanticoke Lenni-Lenape people have been restored to their rightful place in New Jersey history.
The Nanticoke Lenni-Lenape Tribal Nation is celebrating the settlement of a civil rights lawsuit.
Citing a 'historical pattern and practice of harassment,' the Ramapough Lunaape Nation is trying to protect a prayer camp on ancestral land.
The Ramapough Lunaape Nation is seeking to use its ancestral land in New Jersey for the Split Rock Sweetwater Prayer Camp.
The Nanticoke Lenni-Lenape Tribal Nation can proceed with a lawsuit that seek to resolve its status in New Jersey.
The Ramapough Lunaape Nation is claiming victory after a judge in New Jersey dissolved a restraining order affecting the tribe's prayer camp.
The Split Rock Sweetwater Prayer Camp faces legal action after neighbors in a wealthy neighborhood complained.
The Split Rock Sweetwater Prayer Camp is illegal, according to officials in New Jersey.
We don't see climate change as a warning, but more a ticking clock, and the time for action is late.
The Republican presidential candidate questioned the New Jersey tribe's legitimacy, a tactic he continues to use today.
The tribe's status in New Jersey is in limbo as a judge dismisses one of two lawsuits aimed at resolving the impasse.
The tribe was recognized by the state in 1982 through a law that is still on the books but Gov. Chris Christie (R) and his administration are refusing to acknowledge that status.
A lawsuit filed in July by members of the Nanticoke Lenni-Lenape Tribal Nation against the State of New Jersey alleges that the Christie administration is denying the tribe’s members civil rights by withdrawing recognition of the tribe.
Imagine that you have to prove your ethnicity when filling out a census form and myriad other forms posing that question in American society
A new documentary, American Native, traces the New Jersey tribe's ongoing struggle.
Cumberland County is donating $40,000 to help the tribe buy 24 acres in Fairfield Township in New Jersey.
President Andrew Jackson would have loved Gov. Chris Christie, The Atlantic City Press writes in an editorial.
If the Lenni-Lenape are in limbo, end any doubt with legislation recognizing them.
The tribe was recognized by the state in 1982 but Gov. Chris Christie (R) and his administration are questioning that status.
As part of the folklore and community mythology in New York and New Jersey for many is the saying, 'Don’t go in to the mountains, because the ‘Jackson Whites’ will get you.'
The Delaware Nation, the Delaware Tribe and the Stockbridge-Munsee Community are sending 15 youth to the Delaware Water Gap National Recreation Area.
On a low-lying bank of the Ramapo River are the tribal ceremonial grounds and long house of Ramapough Lunaape people.
A woman who was about to lose her parental rights provided information about her potential Cherokee ancestors but child welfare officials failed to follow up..
Tribal members said Out of the Furnace depicted them in a negative light.
The Ramapough Lunaape Nation of New Jersey is still waiting for Ford Motor to clean up toxic sites that have been linked to cancer and other illnesses.
The New York Times sees some good work by Zahn McClarnon, who plays a tribal member in The Red Road, a new Sundance show that's based on the Ramapough Lunaape Nation of New Jersey.
The Hollywood Reporter encounters some flawed storytelling in The Red Road, a new Sundance show that's based on the Ramapough Lunaape Nation of New Jersey.
The Ramapough Lunaape Nation of New Jersey will once again see its people depicted by Hollywood, this time on The Red Road on the Sundance channel.
Several tribes were asked for their views on a $1.3 billion bridge project in New York and New Jersey as part of an environmental review process that observers say is outdated and cumbersome
The Ramapough Lunaape Nation of New Jersey is speaking out against a new film that depicts the tribe in a negative and stereotypical light.
Rep. Frank Pallone (D-New Jersey), the longtime vice chair of the Congressional Native American Caucus, is considering a run for Senate, The New York Times reports. “I’ve always been interested...
The San Carlos Apache Tribe of Arizona is helping two members who have been affected by Hurricane Sandy. Curtis Harris and his nephew Zachary Harris live in Montclair, New...
A jury in New Jersey awarded $2.1 million to the family of a Ramapough Lunaape Nation man who was fatally shot by a state police officer. Emil Mann was killed...