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Sequestration  forces tribes to make budget cuts to programs Sequestration forces tribes to make budget cuts to programs
Sequestration of the federal budget is forcing cuts to education, health and social service programs in Indian Country.
Oneida Nation  leader  loses bid to stop removal proceedings Oneida Nation leader loses bid to stop removal proceedings
Members of the Oneida Nation of Wisconsin have collected enough signatures in their bid to remove Chairman Ed Delgado from office.
Crosscut: Lummi Nation raises hurdles to big energy project Crosscut: Lummi Nation raises hurdles to big energy project
Floyd McKay explores Lummi Nation opposition to a coal port in Washington
Opinion:  Fashion industry exploits Native American cultures Opinion: Fashion industry exploits Native American cultures
Writer discusses recent controversies affecting Native Americans and the fashion industry.
APRN: Alaska Natives meet for conference to discuss suicide APRN: Alaska Natives meet for conference to discuss suicide
Alaska Native leaders are in Anchorage to discuss high rates of suicide among their people.
Opinion:  Army Corps plan  impacts tribes along Missouri River Opinion: Army Corps plan impacts tribes along Missouri River
Attorney David L. Ganje says tribes in North Dakota and South Dakota are being hurt by federal water management practices along the Missouri River.
Vincent Armenta: Facts on Chumash Tribe's land application Vincent Armenta: Facts on Chumash Tribe's land application
Vincent Armenta, the chairman of the Santa Ynez Band of Chumash Indians, explains the tribe's land-into-trust application.
Blog: Energy, environmental justice issues in Indian Country Blog: Energy, environmental justice issues in Indian Country
Writer examines renewable energy and environmental justice issues in Indian Country.
Research looks into trafficking of Native women   in Minnesota Research looks into trafficking of Native women in Minnesota
Researchers are continuing their ground-breaking work into the trafficking of Native women in Minnesota.
DOJ sides with Penobscot Nation in river jurisdiction  lawsuit DOJ sides with Penobscot Nation in river jurisdiction lawsuit
The Obama administration is siding with the Penobscot Nation in a lawsuit against the state of Maine.
Meet Native America:  Kevin Brown, chief for Pamunkey Tribe Meet Native America: Kevin Brown, chief for Pamunkey Tribe
The National Museum of the American Indian continues its "Meet Native America" series with Kevin Brown, the chief of the Pamunkey Tribe of Virginia.
Opinion: Tribes in Washington   manage their forest lands well Opinion: Tribes in Washington manage their forest lands well
Writers say tribes in Washington contribute to economy through their forest lands.
Chelsey Luger: Oglala Sioux Tribe makes right call on alcohol Chelsey Luger: Oglala Sioux Tribe makes right call on alcohol
In this video, Chelsey Luger, a member of the Standing Rock Sioux Tribe, offers her thoughts on a decision by members of the Oglala Sioux Tribe to legalize alcohol.
Fort McDermitt Paiute-Shoshone Tribe cleared for horse sale Fort McDermitt Paiute-Shoshone Tribe cleared for horse sale
The Fort McDermitt Paiute-Shoshone Tribe of Nevada will be able to sell 149 unbranded horses after a federal judge lifted a temporary restraining order.
Patricia Michaels plans to stay at art   gallery despite incident Patricia Michaels plans to stay at art gallery despite incident
Fashion designer Patricia Michaels of Taos Pueblo plans to stick with an art gallery in Santa Fe, New Mexico, even though employees there accused her of stealing works she created.
Editorial: Middle ground with  Chumash Tribe remains elusive Editorial: Middle ground with Chumash Tribe remains elusive
Newspaper calls for compromise with Santa Ynez Band of Chumash Indians amid new land-into-trust application.
Blog: 'Terrible' t-shirt features image of stereotypical Indian Blog: 'Terrible' t-shirt features image of stereotypical Indian
The Washington Post's Sports blog brings word of a T-shirt that could be considered 'incredibly offensive' because it features a stereotypical image of an Indian.
Native Sun News:  Federal sentencing impacts Indian inmates Native Sun News: Federal sentencing impacts Indian inmates
In a speech to the American Bar Association last week, United States Attorney General, Eric Holder, introduced a dramatically different approach to how the federal government will now prosecute and sentence non-violent drug offenders.
Opinion: Change 'archaic' racial categories for the US Census Opinion: Change 'archaic' racial categories for the US Census
Kenneth Prewitt, a former director of the U.S. Census Bureau, calls for changes in the way the federal government records race, ethnicity and nationality.
Julie Kitka: Engage Alaska Natives on safety and voting rights Julie Kitka: Engage Alaska Natives on safety and voting rights
It is time you meet with leaders of the Alaska Native community to be part of the solution on greater safety for Alaska Native women and children and equal rights at the ballot box.

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