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Oneida Nation poll shows support for a new Washington mascot Oneida Nation poll shows support for a new Washington mascot
The Oneida Nation of New York released a poll that found support for the elimination of the Washington professional football team's racist mascot.
Highlights from Day 3 of National Congress of American Indians Highlights from Day 3 of National Congress of American Indians
Highlights from Day 3 of the National Congress of American Indians 70th annual convention
Editorial: Compromise goes missing in war with  Chumash Tribe Editorial: Compromise goes missing in war with Chumash Tribe
Newspaper wonders if the war between the Santa Ynez Band of Chumash Indians and its neighbors in California will ever end.
WyoFile: University leader aims to improve dealings with tribes WyoFile: University leader aims to improve dealings with tribes
The new president of the University of Wyoming hopes to improve relationships with the Eastern Shoshone Tribe and the Northern Arapaho Tribe.
Gyasi Ross: Stepping into the debate over the Washington team Gyasi Ross: Stepping into the debate over the Washington team
Gyasi Ross takes a stab at some of the issues surrounding the name of the Washington professional football team.
County leader urges Washington team to consider name change County leader urges Washington team to consider name change
The top leader in Prince George's County, Maryland, where the Washington professional football team plays its home games, says the team should consider changing its name.
Obama signs bill to put end to shutdown of  federal government Obama signs bill to put end to shutdown of federal government
Thousands of Bureau of Indian Affairs and Indian Health Service employees are headed back to work today after President Barack Obama signed a bill to end the 16-day shutdown of the federal government.
Indian boys  without shoes sweep youth basketball tournament Indian boys without shoes sweep youth basketball tournament
A team of Indian boys from Mexico swept the International Festival of Mini-Basketball, all while playing without shoes.
George Tiger: Muscogee Nation fights desecration of sacred site George Tiger: Muscogee Nation fights desecration of sacred site
George Tiger, the principal chief of the Muscogee Nation in Oklahoma, discusses the controversy over a sacred site on the reservation of the Poarch Band of Creek Indians in Alabama.
Native Sun News:     Police officer  uses Taser on Rosebud Sioux girl Native Sun News: Police officer uses Taser on Rosebud Sioux girl
An 8 year old member of the Rosebud Sioux Tribe was subdued by a police Taser in Pierre after officers responded to a report of the child being suicidal.

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