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Nakia Zavalla: Chumash Tribe shares culture with community
"At the Santa Ynez Band of Chumash Indians, our government strives to honor our native heritage through our cultural, educational, environmental, foundation and other programs throughout the year. In the...

Daniel Brown: Alaska Natives deserve a refund for settlement
"What does it take to make a believer out of anyone who has never experienced disentitlement or complete loss of a settlement won in the court of law? A loss...

American Prospect: Hopi, Navajo tribes battle for water rights
"At the Department of the Interior in Washington last week, where a tarpaulin banner on the portico façade encouraged visitors to “Celebrate Native American Heritage Month,” Secretary Ken Salazar commemorated...

PBS: Book offers portraits of Native lives though Edward Curtis
"JEFFREY BROWN: I think a lot of people will know some of the famous paragraphs, but not the scope of the project. TIMOTHY EGAN: Right. JEFFREY BROWN: Give us...

Opinion: History links Native Americans and African Americans
"Blacks in America are intertwined with that history, and yet the evidence they possess is mostly anecdotal, such as the grandmother who had long, straight black hair, high cheekbones or...

Marguerite Salazar: Toward a healthier future in Indian County
November 23 is Native American Heritage Day, and I hope you’ll join me in honoring American Indians and Alaska Natives who are building a stronger and healthier future for Native...

Ann Dapice: Victims often blamed for domestic violence crime
"October was Domestic Violence Awareness Month, and this is what happens every day to countless victims of domestic violence and stalkin—women, men and children, at home and in public places....

Steven Newcomb: Fear and loathing of history on Thanksgiving
"On November 19, the Drudge Report linked to a story about a Native student group at the University of Virginia, a group that decided to deal with the Thanksgiving holiday...

Winona LaDuke: Learning some lessons from the 2012 election
"We just saw some $6 billion spent on the most expensive election in history. It’s a couple of weeks later, and I think I’ve recovered from the drama and excitement....

Native Sun News: Hearing on uranium mine next to Pine Ridge
The following story was written and reported by Jesse Abernathy Native Sun News Editor. All content © Native Sun News. Feds, state seek input on proposed uranium mine near Pine...

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