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KUOW: Makah filmmaker fights stereotypes of Indian people KUOW: Makah filmmaker fights stereotypes of Indian people
KUOW Radio profiles Sandy Osawa, a member of the Makah Nation of Washington who uses film to tackle stereotypes.
Museum Review: No more Old West  at Autry National Center Museum Review: No more Old West at Autry National Center
Reviewer doesn't find much to praise in Indian exhibits at the Autry National Center in California.
Kevin Gover: Teaching about Indian people in   whole new way Kevin Gover: Teaching about Indian people in whole new way
Kevin Gover, the director of the National Museum of the American Indian, is interviewed for the First Person feature in The Washington Post Magazine.
Indian descendant  fights jurisdiction in North Carolina court Indian descendant fights jurisdiction in North Carolina court
A man who is a descendant of a member of the Eastern Band of Cherokee Indians is fighting state court jurisdiction in North Carolina.
Cherokee Nation teen heads to trial for school shooting plot Cherokee Nation teen heads to trial for school shooting plot
A young member of the Cherokee Nation of Oklahoma is on trial for allegedly plotting a shooting at his high school.
County ordered to pay $960K in Indian voting rights dispute County ordered to pay $960K in Indian voting rights dispute
A federal judge has ordered Fremont County in Wyoming to pay $960,000 in attorney's fees as part of an Indian voting rights lawsuit.
White supremacist    meeting near reservation stirs protesters White supremacist meeting near reservation stirs protesters
Tribal members participated in a anti-racism protest in a North Dakota town not far from the border of the Standing Rock Sioux Reservation.
Peter d'Errico: Human rights  go missing in federal Indian law Peter d'Errico: Human rights go missing in federal Indian law
Peter d'Errico calls federal Indian law the 'anti-Indian' law.
Steven Newcomb: Reject      'domestic dependent nation'  myth Steven Newcomb: Reject 'domestic dependent nation' myth
Steven Newcomb on rejecting the argument that Indian nations are subject to U.S. authority.
Levi Rickert: City wastes tax dollars  on Clyde Bellecourt trial Levi Rickert: City wastes tax dollars on Clyde Bellecourt trial
Levi Rickert, editor of Native News Network, discusses the re-trial of Clyde Bellecourt, a co-founder of the American Indian Movement, in connection with an arrest at an Idle No More event.
Editorial: Idaho to blame for mess over megaload shipment Editorial: Idaho to blame for mess over megaload shipment
Newspaper blames inept political leadership for allowing megaload shipments to pass through Idaho without hearing the concerns of the Nez Perce Tribe:
Editorial:  Mount St. Helens is part of Cowlitz Tribe's heritage Editorial: Mount St. Helens is part of Cowlitz Tribe's heritage
Newspaper welcomes inclusion of Mount St. Helens on the National Register of Historic Places, noting its significance to the Cowlitz Tribe of Washington.
Opinion: Fake Alaska Native art  comes from factories in Bali Opinion: Fake Alaska Native art comes from factories in Bali
Writer tracks down fake Alaska Native products to a factory overseas.
KUOW: Protest against disenrollments within Nooksack  Tribe KUOW: Protest against disenrollments within Nooksack Tribe
About a hundred people marched to protest the pending removal of 306 people by the Nooksack Tribe of Washington.
Editorial:  Lumbee Tribe  used HUD money for council stipends Editorial: Lumbee Tribe used HUD money for council stipends
Newspaper says Lumbee Tribe of North Carolina can turn latest controversy into a positive situation.
Native Sun News:  County blames revenue loss on trust lands Native Sun News: County blames revenue loss on trust lands
Bennett County is headed towards bankruptcy. In an attempt to avert this the county is asking the federal government to supplement the potential revenue they are not receiving due to the high amounts of trust land.
Radio: School throws Alaska Native artifacts  in village dump Radio: School throws Alaska Native artifacts in village dump
KYUK Radio reports on the dumping of Alaska Native artifacts in a dump in the village of Chevak.
Native Sun News: Oglala teen competes in  statewide pageant Native Sun News: Oglala teen competes in statewide pageant
Justina Lebeau of Batesland has earned the right to serve as a contestant at the annual pageant.

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