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Keith Harper, Cherokee, nominated for ambassador level job Keith Harper, Cherokee, nominated for ambassador level job
Keith Harper, a member of the Cherokee Nation, has been nominated to an ambassador-rank post. President Barack Obama today announced Harper as his pick for United States Representative to the...
Yvette Roubideaux set for IHS director confirmation hearing Yvette Roubideaux set for IHS director confirmation hearing
The Senate Indian Affairs Committee holds a confirmation hearing on Wednesday for Yvette Roubideaux to serve another term as director of the Indian Health Service. Roubideaux, a member of the...
Cheyenne-Arapaho artist wins best in show at Red Earth fest Cheyenne-Arapaho artist wins best in show at Red Earth fest
Laketa Pratt, an artist from the Cheyenne and Arapaho Tribes, won the Grand Award at the 27th annual Red Earth Native American Cultural Festival. Pratt was selected for “Miss...
Northwestern Band reburies  teens killed  in    massacre of 1863 Northwestern Band reburies teens killed in massacre of 1863
The Northwestern Band of the Shoshone Nation reburied the remains of two teenagers who were killed during the 1863 Bear River Massacre. The tribe repatriated the remains of the teens,...
Opinion: Saying goodbye to another racial slur -- the R-word Opinion: Saying goodbye to another racial slur -- the R-word
Reporter vows not to use the name of the Washington Redskins football team: I'm not out to change the world or the NFL or what you believe. My plan is...
Editorial:  Alaska Native elder Katie John  led subsistence fight Editorial: Alaska Native elder Katie John led subsistence fight
Newspaper says subsistence issues raised by Katie John, an Alaska Native elder who died on May 31 at the age of 97, still unresolved: Katie John, the Athabascan elder, was...
Law Article: Doing business with tribes under the   HEARTH Act Law Article: Doing business with tribes under the HEARTH Act
Attorney discusses new regulations issued by Sandia Pueblo in New Mexico under H.R.205, the Helping Expedite and Advance Responsible Tribal Homeownership Act (HEARTH) Act: The Pueblo of Sandia ("Pueblo") was...
Fort Peck Tribes work to restore water service after flooding Fort Peck Tribes work to restore water service after flooding
The Fort Peck Tribes of Montana restored water service to the reservation this morning but a boil water order remains in effect. The water system became contaminated due to heavy...
House Natural Resources Committee markup on Indian bills House Natural Resources Committee markup on Indian bills
The House Natural Resources Committee holds a markup this Wednesday on more than a dozen bills. Four Indian bills are on the agenda. They are: • H.R. 740, the Southeast...
Little Traverse man and new husband invited to White House Little Traverse man and new husband invited to White House
Tim LaCroix, a member of the Little Traverse Bay Bands of Odawa Indians in Michigan, and his new husband will be at the White House on Thursday for a Lesbian...
HCN:  Tribes asserting their  sovereignty with  update to VAWA HCN: Tribes asserting their sovereignty with update to VAWA
High Country News on S.47, the Violence Against Women Reauthorization Act of 2013: Victims' advocates joined legislators at the North Dakota Capitol in Bismarck on March 26, to discuss the...
Mark Trahant: Indian Country invisible in data driven society Mark Trahant: Indian Country invisible in data driven society
The 21st century is a world where data -- bits of information about what we do, what we say, and how we spend money -- has become as important as the story narrative.
NYT: Catching up with Cherokee Nation Chief Bill John Baker NYT: Catching up with Cherokee Nation Chief Bill John Baker
Catching up with Bill John Baker, the principal chief of the Cherokee Nation: LISTENING I was just thinking last night how relaxing it was listening to the crickets. It pretty...
Native Sun News:  Indigenous pays tribute to father on album Native Sun News: Indigenous pays tribute to father on album
Mato Nanji, Ihanktowan Nakota, the songwriter-guitarist-lyricist of the ever-evolving band, Indigenous, is home on the Yankton Reservation after an East Coast tour.
Native Sun News: Opposition to Grand Canyon tourist project Native Sun News: Opposition to Grand Canyon tourist project
Confluence Partners, LLC of Tucson, Arizona hopes to build a museum, restaurant and walking path at the Grand Canyon with a gondola connecting the rim to the Canyon floor.
Vincent Shilling: Showcase for Native musicians on the radio Vincent Shilling: Showcase for Native musicians on the radio
Vincent Shilling, the host of Native Trailblazers, on the state of Native music: Starting the first Friday in June, my Native Trailblazers radio show will be highlighting for the third...
Peter d'Errico: A second-class status for indigenous nations Peter d'Errico: A second-class status for indigenous nations
Peter d'Errico on the United States' interpretation of the UN Declaration on the Rights of Indigenous Peoples: "Appropriateness" was a theme at the 12th Session of the UN Permanent Forum...
Adrian Jawort: Native Americans are not gun rights mascots Adrian Jawort: Native Americans are not gun rights mascots
Adrian Jawort on pro-gun rights billboards that featured images of Native men: While the NRA side of the gun debate claims the recent deaths of 20 schoolchildren and six educators...

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