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Opinion: Tough choices in stories on auction of Hopi property Opinion: Tough choices in stories on auction of Hopi property
Reporter Laural Morales explains the problems she faced in reporting about the auction of sacred items belonging to the Hopi Tribe of Arizona.
Researchers examine     Native language diversity in California Researchers examine Native language diversity in California
Research published in the Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences attempts to explain why California is home to so many different Native language groups.
Editorial: Chumash Tribe stray off reservation with land plans Editorial: Chumash Tribe stray off reservation with land plans
Los Angeles Times says Santa Ynez Band of Chumash Indians shouldn't be able to place 1,400 acres in trust.
Native Sun News: Treaty rights journey culminates in New York Native Sun News: Treaty rights journey culminates in New York
Hundreds of paddlers arrived by canoe in Manhattan en route to U.N. headquarters Aug. 9 after traveling from Albany on rivers and horseback to mark the anniversary of the first treaty of the Six Nations Confederacy.
Lawsuit accuses leader  of  Muscogee Nation of physical abuse Lawsuit accuses leader of Muscogee Nation of physical abuse
A woman is accusing George Tiger, the principal chief of the Muscogee Nation of Oklahoma, of abuse.
Steve Russell: Working together against a common oppressor Steve Russell: Working together against a common oppressor
Steve Russell urges American Indians and African-Americans to work more closely together.
Apache tribes await repatriation of sacred items from museum Apache tribes await repatriation of sacred items from museum
A group of Apache tribes is awaiting the repatriation of sacred items from the American Museum of Natural History in New York.
Ryan Dreveskracht: Troubling decision in Baby Veronica case Ryan Dreveskracht: Troubling decision in Baby Veronica case
Attorney Ryan Dreveskracht discusses the U.S. Supreme Court decision in Adoptive Couple v Baby Girl.
Native Sun News: Conference tackles violence against women Native Sun News: Conference tackles violence against women
Statistics show that wherever there are man camps; crime rates rise, sexual violence against women rises, and the surrounding communities suffer.
 Wendell George: Fire was a mixed blessing for Colville Tribes Wendell George: Fire was a mixed blessing for Colville Tribes
Wendell George reflects on leadership of the Colville Tribes in the wake of a recent fire that destroyed the tribal headquarters.
Man sought in death of Ponca Tribe domestic violence director Man sought in death of Ponca Tribe domestic violence director
Janett Reyna, the domestic violence services director for the Ponca Tribe of Oklahoma, was laid to rest on Friday.

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