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June 18, 2010
Mohawk girls soccer team faced taunts at game off reserve
A girls soccer team from the Kahnawake First Nation in Quebec were taunted at a game off the reserve, parents said. The girls said players from a rival team made...

Blog: Red Earth honors Cheyenne Arapaho artist Yellowman
"Growing up, Gordon Yellowman Sr. always knew what he was getting in his Christmas presents. “Every Christmas, I’d get art supplies. I never got toys. I already knew what I’d...

Forest County Potawatomi Tribe outlines development plan
The Forest County Potawatomi Tribe of Wisconsin plans a $29 million development in Milwaukee. The land will be used for tribal offices, a cultural center, an indoor recreational building and...

Sauk-Suiattle Tribe praises opening of replacement bridge
The Sauk-Suiattle Tribe of Washington has been cut off from its land in the Mount Baker-Snoqualmie National Forest for nearly seven years. A flood wiped out the 1950s-era Boundary Bridge...

Editorial: A sobering look at violence against Native women
"The mother tries to be strong, looking at the photos of her dead daughter’s beaten and bruised face. She tries not to cry, but eventually the images prove too much....

BIA doesn't want to interfere in Dry Creek leadership dispute
The Bureau of Indian Affairs says it won't get involved in a recall of the leader of the Dry Creek Rancheria Band of Pomo Indians of California. Harvey Hopkins, 62,...

OPB: Yakama Nation members scammed for Gulf Coast jobs
"Ryan Craig is a 28-year-old radio DJ for the Yakama Nation. He's pretty mad today for his friends and family. Many of the people he knows were taken in by...

NYT Lens Blog: Familial Bonds among the Apsaalooke Nation
"It often seems as if America has only two frames through which to view its native culture: ceremony and pageantry or poverty and addiction. “They are both opposite ends,”...

San Carlos Apache Tribe beats White Mountain Apache Tribe
The San Carlos Apache Tribe sailed to victory over the White Mountain Apache Tribe in the Arizona tribes' ongoing basketball series. Tribal council members and staffs from each reservation took...

Standing Rock Sioux Tribe ends discussion on Fighting Sioux
The Standing Rock Sioux Tribe passed a resolution to end discussion on the controversial "Fighting Sioux" nickname and logo of the University of North Dakota. Supporters of the nickname wanted...

Blog: Mohegan Tribe 'scalps' the poor and gets federal loan
"Corrupt Democratic Sen. Chris Dodd lends $54 million of your tax dollars to the Mohegans, who had $1.3 billion in revenues from their casino in 2009. The stimulus money is...

Wyoming tribes oppose amendment to trust fund settlement
Correction: The United Tribes of North Dakota, representing the five tribes in the state, have not taken a position on the Barrasso Amendment. The tribes passed a resolution in December...

Gyasi Ross: New generation of Indian fathers working harder
"Two of my closest friends were hellions growing up. They were older than me, and both were admittedly knuckleheads; therefore, my overprotective mom didn’t like them or want me...

Editorial: Senate should approve Cobell trust fund settlement
"It was 1996 when the lawsuit was filed by five Native American plaintiffs on behalf of 500,000 others. The lead plaintiff was Elouise Cobell, a Blackfeet from Browning. Trusts were...

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