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NPR:  Reaching out to Alaska   Native veterans  in rural  villages NPR: Reaching out to Alaska Native veterans in rural villages
NPR on outreach efforts by the Department of Veterans Affairs in Alaska Native villages: When he was in Vietnam, Isaac Oxereok's small build made him ideal for tunnel-ratting: running with...
Hoopa Valley man awaits tribal court ruling on banishment Hoopa Valley man awaits tribal court ruling on banishment
Arthur “Arty” Jones, a member of the Hoopa Valley Tribe of California, could be banished from the reservation due to drug trafficking. Jones pleaded guilty to selling and transporting methamphetamine....
Column: South Dakota court system filled with ICWA cases Column: South Dakota court system filled with ICWA cases
Indian Child Welfare Act cases are a "sad story," columnist says: The decisions of the South Dakota Supreme Court contain many cases involving the federal law known as the Indian...
Editorial: Even more troubles for Hualapai Tribe's Skywalk Editorial: Even more troubles for Hualapai Tribe's Skywalk
Newspaper wonders whether the Hualapai Tribe of Arizona should have built the Grand Canyon Skywalk: This past weekend, a neighbor dealt the tribe another blow. Nigel Turner, owner of the...
WPM: Indian lawmaker urges more participation in politics WPM: Indian lawmaker urges more participation in politics
Wyoming Public Media on Rep. Patrick Goggles (D), whose district includes the Wind River Reservation: A State Representative who represents the Wind River Reservation says it’s essential that Native Americans...
Ernie Stevens: Indian Country recognizes our fallen relatives Ernie Stevens: Indian Country recognizes our fallen relatives
Ernie Stevens, the chairman of the National Indian Gaming Association, on Memorial Day in Indian Country Large numbers of Native people enlist for military service and represent the highest per...
Tribes  a part of meeting    to discuss future of Colorado River Tribes a part of meeting to discuss future of Colorado River
Tribes are taking part in a meeting to discuss the future of the Colorado River. In 1922, seven states signed the Colorado River Compact. However, tribes were left out of...
A Tribe Called Red adds political message to   musical styles A Tribe Called Red adds political message to musical styles
A Tribe Called Red, a Native group based in Ontario, isn't afraid to add a political message to its unique style of music. The group consists of three DJs...
Native veterans seek support for memorial on  National Mall Native veterans seek support for memorial on National Mall
Native American veterans deserve their own memorial on the National Mall in Washington, D.C., supporters say. Sen. Brian Schatz (D-Hawaii), who sits on the Senate Indian Affairs Committee, introduced a...
Navajo Nation won't allow transport of uranium across ranch Navajo Nation won't allow transport of uranium across ranch
The Navajo Nation won't allow the transport of uranium through a ranch the tribe owns in Arizona, the Associated Press reports. The Big Boquillas Ranch surrounds a site on state-owned...
Obama aims to nominate three more for seats on  DC Circuit Obama aims to nominate three more for seats on DC Circuit
President Barack Obama plans to nominate three people for seats on the D.C. Circuit Court of Appeals, The New York Times reports. According to the Times, one of the people...
NPR:  Navajo Nation schools  lose funding with sequestration NPR: Navajo Nation schools lose funding with sequestration
NPR on how sequestration has affected schools on the Navajo Nation: When Congress enacted the across-the board budget cuts known as the sequester in March, they cut $60 million for...
Ray Cook: Memorial Day is about those who served and died Ray Cook: Memorial Day is about those who served and died
Ray Cook on Memorial Day: Memorial Day, once called Decoration Day, is meant as a day to remember all those who have died while in military service. This Memorial Day...
Jay Daniels: Only at   BIA -  special assistant for the assistant Jay Daniels: Only at BIA - special assistant for the assistant
Jay Daniels on mismanagement at the Bureau of Indian Affairs: One of the BIA director's buddies has been on a three-year detail as a special assistant to the director. Usually,...
Gyasi Ross: Lessons learned on   Blackfeet Nation in Montana Gyasi Ross: Lessons learned on Blackfeet Nation in Montana
Gyasi Ross on coming of age on the Blackfeet Nation in Montana: We will call her "Lydia Bearback." Lydia Bearback and I were elementary classmates on the Blackfeet Indian Reservation...
Native Sun News:   Vision Maker Media  shares Native stories Native Sun News: Vision Maker Media shares Native stories
Imagine if all it took to pursue your dream of making movies was to come up with seven written pages. Adrian Baker, producer of the animated series of nine half-hour shows, “Injunuity” did just that.

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