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Donald  Gentry: Klamath Tribes work  to settle water disputes Donald Gentry: Klamath Tribes work to settle water disputes
Donald C. Gentry, vice chairman and chairman-elect of the Klamath Tribes of Oregon, on water disputes in the Klamath Basin: The Klamath Tribes has a track record of seeking potential...
Patricia Michaels planning to show at New York Fashion week  Patricia Michaels planning to show at New York Fashion week
New York Fashion week finale look from Patricia Michaels. Photo from Project Runway website. Fashion designer Patricia Michaels of Taos Pueblo is already hard at work on a new collection...
IHS continues to see rise in new HIV cases on Navajo Nation IHS continues to see rise in new HIV cases on Navajo Nation
New HIV cases on the Navajo Nation. Image from The Farmington Daily Times. The Indian Health Service continues to see an increase in new HIV cases on the Navajo...
Group to hold ceremony at site of former BIA    insane asylum Group to hold ceremony at site of former BIA insane asylum
A healing and prayer ceremony will be held at the site of the Hiawatha Indian Insane Asylum in South Dakota on May 19. The ceremony will honor the 121 people...
Oneida Nation puts end to controversial waste recycling plant Oneida Nation puts end to controversial waste recycling plant
The Oneida Nation of Wisconsin won't be moving forward with a waste recycling plant after tribal members voted down the project on Sunday. The Oneida Seven Generations Corp., a tribal...
Blog:  Navajo Nation provides refuge for coal energy industry Blog: Navajo Nation provides refuge for coal energy industry
Emily Guerin discusses the coal energy industry on the Navajo Nation: Coal is always a hot topic on the Colorado Plateau, home to many of the mines and power plants...
BIA  is late to publish    annual list of federally recognized tribes BIA is late to publish annual list of federally recognized tribes
The Bureau of Indian Affairs published its annual list of federally recognized tribes in the Federal Register today but once again it was late. The Federally Recognized Indian Tribe List...
Mark Trahant: Indian Country  left behind as jobs evaporate Mark Trahant: Indian Country left behind as jobs evaporate
The Hamilton Project chart reveals that once the American Recovery and Reinvestment Act (ARRA) began to phase down – and state and local governments struggled to balance their budgets...
Cherokee Nation low on list for Cobell land consolidation plan Cherokee Nation low on list for Cobell land consolidation plan
It doesn't look like many members of the Cherokee Nation of Oklahoma will be benefiting from the land consolidation portion of the $3.4 billion Cobell trust fund settlement. The settlement...
House Natural Resources Committee  hearing on fracking rule House Natural Resources Committee hearing on fracking rule
The House Natural Resources Committee holds a hearing on Wednesday to discuss federal regulation of hydraulic fracturing, a controversial energy-processing technique that's commonly known as fracking. In May 2012, the...
Senate Indian Affairs Committee to hold hearing on two bills Senate Indian Affairs Committee to hold hearing on two bills
The Senate Indian Affairs Committee holds its first legislative hearing of the 113th Congress on Wednesday. The committee will consider S.434, the Blackfeet Water Rights Settlement Act. It ratifies a...
Review:  Familiar story of exploitation in 'Lakota Sioux Indians' Review: Familiar story of exploitation in 'Lakota Sioux Indians'
Praise for The Lakota Sioux Indians by Robert Bolen: "Lakota Sioux Indians" is a fascinating journey of this Plains tribe that ruled the Dakota area of the United States in...
Opinion: Violence Against Women  Act will help Indian women Opinion: Violence Against Women Act will help Indian women
Domestic violence advocate Desiree Gaines says S.47, the Violence Against Women Reauthorization Act of 2013, will help Native American women: Domestic violence or intimate partner abuse is an issue that...
Editorial: Chickasaw Nation graduates look forward to future Editorial: Chickasaw Nation graduates look forward to future
Congratulating graduates from the Chickasaw Nation: Today, the Chickasaw Nation is experiencing an explosion in the numbers of college-educated citizens. More Chickasaws than ever comprehend the huge benefit of a...
Opinion: In Jamestown, it turns out Europeans were cannibals Opinion: In Jamestown, it turns out Europeans were cannibals
Researcher James Horn on the discovery of cannibalism at Jamestown, the European settlement in Virginia: In the bitterly cold winter of 1607, Capt. John Smith was captured by a large...
Steve Russell: Indians know war sometimes is the lesser evil Steve Russell: Indians know war sometimes is the lesser evil
Steve Russell on the myths, wars and warrior cultures: Wars are always fought for reasons that must be mysterious to the kids fighting them. At my age, I’m entitled to...
Charles Kader: Border tribes threatened by pipeline projects Charles Kader: Border tribes threatened by pipeline projects
Charles Kader on pipeline projects that threaten tribes on both sides of the U.S.-Canada border: The uneven progress associated with fossil fuel pipeline projects on Turtle Island has taken on...
Walt Lamar: Tribes are working to clean up  their reservations Walt Lamar: Tribes are working to clean up their reservations
Walt Lamar discusses efforts by tribes in California and Nevada to clean up the environment.
Native Sun News: School balks at  honor song for graduation Native Sun News: School balks at honor song for graduation
For the last five years, James Cadwell has been trying to get administrators of the Chamberlain Schools to understand why the Native community seeks to have an honor song at the graduation ceremonies.
Brandon Ecoffey: Confronting the dangers of instant Indians Brandon Ecoffey: Confronting the dangers of instant Indians
One of the greatest dangers to Native American communities is the Indians created by the elite institutions of higher learning.

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