Doug George-Kanentiio: Navajo man helped save environment (December 20, 2010)
Les Lobaugh is, according to Mary Louise Uhlig of the Environmental Protection Agency, the most "influential, important and anonymous Native lawyer in America". At the event to mark National American...
Mark Trahant: A new standard for the federal-tribal relationship (December 20, 2010)
WASHINGTON, D.C. -- What’s my take away from the White House Tribal Nations Conference? Easy. This is an administration that actually believes the United States government must represent all of...
Editorial: Pardon for Dakota man wrongly executed at Mankato (December 20, 2010)
"During the late 1800s and early 1900s, thousands of African-Americans, primarily living in southern U.S. states, were lynched by mobs blinded by racial hatred and little sense of fairness or...
Tim Giago: US hasn't apologized for massacre at Wounded Knee (December 20, 2010)
WOUNDED KNEE, SOUTH DAKOTA — On crystal clear nights when winter winds whistle through the hills and canyons around Wounded Knee Creek, the Lakota elders say it is so cold...
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Top Stories1. 'Ominous shadow' of President Trump looms over annual meeting of tribal leaders
2. Native Sun News Today: Tribal college leader calls for return of Black Hills territory
3. Senate narrowly approves budget resolution without taking up pro-tribal provisions
4. Dean Chavers: Boarding schools offered yet another way to 'civilize' Indian people
5. YES! Magazine: Native women pressure banks to divest from big energy projects
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