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Study reports high     poverty rate for Native children in Canada Study reports high poverty rate for Native children in Canada
Forty percent of Native children in Canada are living in poverty, the highest rate in the country, according to a new report. The report from the Canadian Centre for Policy...
Charges  pending  over man's  death on  First Nation in Manitoba Charges pending over man's death on First Nation in Manitoba
Charges are pending in connection with a man's death on the Waywayseecappo First Nation in Manitoba.
Cherokee Nation candidate loses bid to halt vote for Freedmen Cherokee Nation candidate loses bid to halt vote for Freedmen
A candidate for the Cherokee Nation Tribal Council lost his attempt to delay an upcoming election in order to resolve Freedmen citizenship issues.
Seminole Tribe to pursue lawsuit against planned power plant Seminole Tribe to pursue lawsuit against planned power plant
The Seminole Tribe of Florida can pursue its lawsuit against a county's power plant, a state appeals court ruled.
Ak-Chin Indian Community signs naming rights deal for venue Ak-Chin Indian Community signs naming rights deal for venue
The Ak-Chin Indian Community of Arizona signed a naming rights deal for a concert and entertainment venue in Phoenix.
Mississippi Choctaws report results of council district election Mississippi Choctaws report results of council district election
The Mississippi Band of Choctaw Indians announced the results of its June 11 council election.
Native Sun News: Oglala Sioux president arrested in Whiteclay Native Sun News: Oglala Sioux president arrested in Whiteclay
Oglala Sioux tribal President Bryan Brewer was arrested in Whiteclay, NE by a Sheridan County law enforcement official while walking through the border town on Monday.
Native Sun News: Oglala Sioux Tribe puts alcohol ban to vote Native Sun News: Oglala Sioux Tribe puts alcohol ban to vote
The Oglala Sioux Tribal council voted 9-7 on June 11, to allow the people to decide if alcohol will be consumed and sold legally on the Pine Ridge Indian Reservation.
Doug George-Kanentiio: Mohawks in War of 1812 save  Canada Doug George-Kanentiio: Mohawks in War of 1812 save Canada
Doug George-Kanentiio on Mohawk involvement in the War of 1812.
Opinion: Racist policy against eagle feather during graduation Opinion: Racist policy against eagle feather during graduation
The case of Chelsey Ramer, a member of the Poarch Band of Creek Indians who was fined $1,000 and denied her diploma for wearing an eagle feather to graduation.
Crow Tribe looking to develop   enormous  coal resource deposit Crow Tribe looking to develop enormous coal resource deposit
The Crow Tribe of Montana is looking to benefit from a large coal resource deposit on its reservation.
All Voices: Six      South Dakota tribes launch wind energy project All Voices: Six South Dakota tribes launch wind energy project
Six South Dakota tribes announce plans for a wind energy project.
Beneficiaries in Arizona in line for Cobell consolidation funds Beneficiaries in Arizona in line for Cobell consolidation funds
Indian beneficiaries in Arizona are in line for millions of dollars from the land consolidation portion of the $3.4 billion Cobell trust fund settlement.
Armstrong Wiggins: Respect indigenous rights in Guatemala Armstrong Wiggins: Respect indigenous rights in Guatemala
Armstrong Wiggins, of the Indian Law Resource Center, calls in Secretary of State John Kerry to address indigenous rights in Guatemala.
Simon Moya-Smith: A chat on the train about Indian mascots Simon Moya-Smith: A chat on the train about Indian mascots
Simon Moya-Smith encounters someone on the train in New York City with a 'Screaming Savage' hat.
Three-year-old girl who died at Spirit Lake was in foster care Three-year-old girl who died at Spirit Lake was in foster care
A three-year-old girl who died under mysterious circumstances on the Spirit Lake Nation had been in the foster care system.
Not all Alaska Native villages benefit from fish quota program Not all Alaska Native villages benefit from fish quota program
Not all Alaska Native villages are benefiting from a federally-created fish quota program, according to The New York Times.
Sunny Clifford: Being called a feminist is not really a bad thing Sunny Clifford: Being called a feminist is not really a bad thing
Sunny Clifford on being proud to be labeled a feminist.

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