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Supreme Court asked to review    Oneida Nation land dispute Supreme Court asked to review Oneida Nation land dispute
The U.S. Supreme Court is being asked to hear yet another land dispute involving the Oneida Nation of New York. Madison County and Oneida County have been at war with...
Oklahoma bill   creates Secretary for Native American Affairs Oklahoma bill creates Secretary for Native American Affairs
A bill that was introduced in the Oklahoma Legislature would create a Secretary for Native American Affairs. The state currently has a Native American liaison. The bill elevates the position...
Members from Aamjiwnaang First Nation join Idle No More Members from Aamjiwnaang First Nation join Idle No More
Members of the Aamjiwnaang First Nation in Ontario have joined the Idle No More movement. The reserve is located in an area nicknamed Chemical Valley. Members say their land is...
Eastern Shoshone Tribe picks Sara Robinson as state  liaison Eastern Shoshone Tribe picks Sara Robinson as state liaison
The Eastern Shoshone Tribe has named Sara Robinson as its liaison to the state of Wyoming. Robinson will represent the tribe at the state level. She was one of several...
Jack Abramoff hopes to 'reconcile' with tribes he defrauded Jack Abramoff hopes to 'reconcile' with tribes he defrauded
Convicted former lobbyist Jack Abramoff wants to "reconcile" with the tribes he defrauded even as he says he won't be able to repay $44 million in restitution. Abramoff and his...
Lynn Armitage: More   child support issues in Indian Country Lynn Armitage: More child support issues in Indian Country
"Last week, I spoke about child support issues with Samantha (Greendeer) Skenandore, a Ho-Chunk/Oneida who works Of-Counsel at Shanker & Kewenvoyouma, PLLC, a national firm headquartered in Tempe, Arizona, focused...
Johnny Rustywire: Three Navajos share home in the big city Johnny Rustywire: Three Navajos share home in the big city
"He sat at the bus stop on the main drag, Central, and smiled at me as I stepped up to wait for the city bus. He was quiet at first,...
Steven Newcomb: Indigenous contributions cross the globe Steven Newcomb: Indigenous contributions cross the globe
"John Collier was the U.S. Commissioner of Indian Affairs from 1933 to 1945, during the New Deal era of President Franklin Delano Roosevelt. When Collier was first appointed to that...
Steve Russell: Advancing more Indians to graduate studies Steve Russell: Advancing more Indians to graduate studies
"The National Science Foundation just sent me the 2011 report on earned Ph.Ds. I immediately headed for the graph that breaks down the numbers by race/ethnicity. Like all credentials, the...
Column: Sign language helped  diverse tribes communicate Column: Sign language helped diverse tribes communicate
"The intelligence and sophistication of American Indians is nowhere better illustrated than in sign language. They were illiterate, but sign was a dazzlingly nuanced form of communication permitting members of...
Cobell settlement brings more than $4M so far  to Wyoming Cobell settlement brings more than $4M so far to Wyoming
The $3.4 billion Cobell trust fund settlement has brought more than $4.7 million so far to Indian beneficiaries in Wyoming. Checks for $1,000 went out to members of the historical...
Police officer for Chitimacha  Tribe  shot and killed   on the job Police officer for Chitimacha Tribe shot and killed on the job
A police officer from the Chitimacha Tribe of Louisiana was killed on Saturday while responding to an incident just off the reservation. The officer responded to the report of a...
Charmaine White Face: Deadly dose of uranium for soldiers Charmaine White Face: Deadly dose of uranium for soldiers
There is a situation brewing in western South Dakota that has quite a few people concerned about the safety of soldiers in the SD Army National Guard. It’s not that...
Court  invalidates NLRB rulings due to  recess appointments Court invalidates NLRB rulings due to recess appointments
The National Labor Relations Board did not have enough members when it made decisions throughout 2012, D.C. Circuit Court of Appeals ruled on Friday. The National Labor Relations Act requires...
Mark Trahant: Indian Health Service faces devastating cuts Mark Trahant: Indian Health Service faces devastating cuts
"The sequester is supposed to begin March 1 but because employees would have to be given notice the actual pay cuts won’t begin until April or even May. (However the...
Opinion: The  Violence Against Women Act is   on life support Opinion: The Violence Against Women Act is on life support
"First, Congress could decide to stop funding VAWA’s programs any time after March 27, when the current Continuing Resolution expires, and the expiration of VAWA’s authorization could give fiscally conservative...
Tim Giago: Was the Indian Reorganization Act good or bad? Tim Giago: Was the Indian Reorganization Act good or bad?
By Tim Giago (Nanwica Kciji) © 2011 Unitysodak1@knology.net This is a story that deserves to be repeated again and again. It was 75 years ago on June 18, 1934 when...

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