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Mary Pember: Child handcuffs show the past horrors of Haskell Mary Pember: Child handcuffs show the past horrors of Haskell
"For such small objects, the child’s handcuffs are surprisingly heavy when cradled in the palms of one’s hand. Although now rusted from years of disuse, they still convey the horror...
Sexual assault   of Native woman   investigated as a hate crime Sexual assault of Native woman investigated as a hate crime
Authorities are treating the sexual assault of a Native woman in Ontario as a hate crime. The woman reported being assaulted, strangled and left for dead in Thunder Bay. She...
Tribes in New Mexico     looking to  acquire surplus  BLM property Tribes in New Mexico looking to acquire surplus BLM property
Two New Mexico tribes are interested in acquiring surplus property from the Bureau of Land Management, The Albuquerque Journal reports. Santa Ana Pueblo and San Felipe Pueblo plan to preserve...
Tribal provisions of  Violence Against Women Act die in House Tribal provisions of Violence Against Women Act die in House
Pro-tribal provisions in the Violence Against Women Act died in the House after Republican leaders again refused to bring the Senate version of the bill up for a vote. S.1925...
Letter: Colville  Tribes should distribute rest of trust settlement Letter: Colville Tribes should distribute rest of trust settlement
"Houseboats at Keller Ferry and abandoned mills near Omak serve as grim reminders of Colville tribal council’s record of inept spending and intuitive planning. I am not optimistic that council’s...
Vincent Armenta: Obama discusses tribal issues at annual meet Vincent Armenta: Obama discusses tribal issues at annual meet
"In my last column, I discussed some of the events at the White House Tribal Nations Conference in Washington, D.C., last month. Tribal government leaders — more than 500 of...
Mark Charles: Working towards reconciliation with Native people Mark Charles: Working towards reconciliation with Native people
Reconciliation is never easy, which is why it doesn't happen very often. Reconciliation is not something that can be checked off of a list. It is not a single event...
Zachary Pullin: Growing to find acceptance among my people Zachary Pullin: Growing to find acceptance among my people
"The intersection of my identity as a gay man and a Chippewa Cree tribal member begins at the intersection of Route 87 and Highway 448. The unpretentious hamlet of Box...
Opinion: Visits to Israel stirring controversy in Indian Country Opinion: Visits to Israel stirring controversy in Indian Country
"More recently, Navajo Nation President Ben Shelly and his wife Martha visited Israel to learn about issues from agriculture to tourism. On his arrival here on December 8 he said,...
Gyasi Ross: Idle No More Movement will keep growing  in power Gyasi Ross: Idle No More Movement will keep growing in power
"1) Probably the biggest story in Indian country in years—from a grassroots perspective—is the Idle No More movement. All the Skins who think that want to do big stuff in...
Winona LaDuke:  Idle No More Movement sees worldwide support Winona LaDuke: Idle No More Movement sees worldwide support
"Attawapiskat Chief Theresa Spence enters her fourth week on a hunger strike outside the Canadian parlaiment, thousands of protesters in Los Angeles, London, Minneapolis and New York City, voice their...

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