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Duane Champagne: Morongo Band finds success with education Duane Champagne: Morongo Band finds success with education
Duane Champagne praises the Morongo Band of Mission Indians in California of adopting a new education system.
Chukchansi Tribe missing out on   funds amid leadership  dispute Chukchansi Tribe missing out on funds amid leadership dispute
The Picayune Rancheria of the Chukchansi Indians of California is missing out on millions of dollars in federal funds due to its leadership dispute.
Some tribes offer   employment benefits for same-sex couples Some tribes offer employment benefits for same-sex couples
Some tribes are offering benefits to employees with same-sex partners
Blog: Artist explores stereotypes as   the 'Last   Indian on Earth' Blog: Artist explores stereotypes as the 'Last Indian on Earth'
The Huffington Post on Gregg Deal, a performance artist who explores stereotypes as The Last American Indian On Earth.
Ron Andrade: Unanswered questions about urban Indian health Ron Andrade: Unanswered questions about urban Indian health
Ron Andrade, the executive director of the Los Angeles City/County Native American Indian Commission questions whether urban Indians will truly benefit from the Affordable Care Act.
Tunica-Biloxi Tribe  announces leaders after death of chairman Tunica-Biloxi Tribe announces leaders after death of chairman
The Tunica-Biloxi Tribe of Louisiana has named a new chairman and vice chairman.
Trial opens for murders of two children from Spirit Lake Nation Trial opens for murders of two children from Spirit Lake Nation
A 20-year-old man is going on trial for the murders of two siblings from the Spirit Lake Nation of North Dakota.
NPR:   San Carlos Apache Tribe marks first year of radio station NPR: San Carlos Apache Tribe marks first year of radio station
NPR reports on the one-year anniversary of KYAY, the radio station operated by the San Carlos Apache Tribe of Arizona.
Keepseagle   foundation would share $380M  with Indian Country Keepseagle foundation would share $380M with Indian Country
The plaintiffs in the Keepseagle lawsuit are proposing to create a foundation that would share $380 million with Indian Country.
Cherokee Nation father files appeal in Oklahoma's highest court Cherokee Nation father files appeal in Oklahoma's highest court
Dusten Brown, a member of the Cherokee Nation who is fighting to retain custody of his daughter, filed an appeal with the Oklahoma Supreme Court on Friday.
Question: How many uncontacted tribes are left in the world? Question: How many uncontacted tribes are left in the world?
The New Scientist tries to answer a question: How many uncontacted tribes are still left?
Blackfeet Nation chair questions     council member's prosecution Blackfeet Nation chair questions council member's prosecution
Blackfeet Nation Chairman Willie Sharp Jr. is questioning why Mike Cotter, the U.S. Attorney for Montana, filed charges against a council member.
Haliwa-Saponi family searching for answers a year after death Haliwa-Saponi family searching for answers a year after death
September 7 marks the one-year anniversary of the death of Faith Hedgepeth, who was a member of the Haliwa-Saponi Tribe.
Opinion: Native American history should be in school textbooks Opinion: Native American history should be in school textbooks
Thom Hartmann argues for the inclusion of Native American history in school textbooks.
Steven Newcomb: How old documents affect  indigenous people Steven Newcomb: How old documents affect indigenous people
Steven Newcomb explains how old Christian documents affect Indian policy and law in the US.
FAQ: Native Americans exempt from health   insurance mandate FAQ: Native Americans exempt from health insurance mandate
American Indians and Alaska Natives who are eligible for care through the Indian Health Service are not required to purchase insurance under the Affordable Care Act.
Native Sun News:  Hoka! Coffee gets off the ground in Pine Ridge Native Sun News: Hoka! Coffee gets off the ground in Pine Ridge
Some people are lucky enough to find a job that stimulates their passions, Sharice Davids just happens to be one of those people.

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