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October 24, 2012
Native Sun News: Activist Russell Means succumbs to cancer
Oglala Lakota Russell Charles Means, longtime activist, actor, author, community organizer and sometimes musician, made his journey to the spirit world early on the morning of Oct. 22 at...

9th Circuit won't block Chippewa Cree man from seeing family
A member of the Chippewa Cree Tribe who pleaded guilty to sexual abuse can't be barred from seeing his family when he is released, the 9th Circuit Court of Appeals...

Turtle Talk: Judge with long Indian law track record passes on
"Judge [Betty] Fletcher’s track record in Indian cases was simply amazing. Lots of well-known cases below: Crow Tribe v State of Montana 1981 Cultee v US 1983 Puyallup Indian Tribe...

Opinion: Tribes blast Rep. Mary Bono Mack's campaign attacks
"The strong reaction by Inland American Indians against U.S. Rep. Mary Bono Mack’s campaign for attacking Democratic challenger Raul Ruiz for his participation in Native American protests in Massachusetts in...

WSJ: Russell Means, 1939-2012, looked just like Sioux warrior
"Russell Means helped lead the 1973 occupation of Wounded Knee, S.D., where a few hundred American Indians declared independence and held off federal forces for 10 weeks, riveting the nation....

Luana Ross abruptly quits as leader of Salish Kootenai College
Salish Kootenai College in Montana is looking for a new president after the abrupt departure of Luana Ross on October 12. Ross cited "irreconcilable" differences with the college's board, The...

Blog: Indian voters could turn Arizona into battleground state
"Arizona is a Republican-leaning state largely because Maricopa County is a Republican-leaning county. With about 60 percent of the electorate, Maricopa County’s political preferences tend to carry the day. Maricopa...

Editorial: Russell Means brought Indian issues into a new light
"Russell Means, the Oglala Lakota Sioux protester, organizer and actor who led the American Indian Movement through an era of vivid, often violent protests in the 1970s, didn’t win much...

Opinion: Texas Tribe perpetuates stereotypes of Indian people
"As a self-identified Cherokee, I have understood since I was seven years old that America’s indigenous population has survived and is still here. Still, our educational system largely fails to...

Ryan Wilson: Good friend comes down with case of Romneysia
I awoke early this morning concerned that my good friend Tim Giago had contracted Romneysia by wedding himself to Kristi Noem’s reelection aspirations. Concern for my friend compels me to...

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