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Opinion:  Native Americans deserve recognition for contributions Opinion: Native Americans deserve recognition for contributions
Writer calls attention to Native American Heritage Month.
UNITY receives $850K  grant from DOJ   for Native youth initiative UNITY receives $850K grant from DOJ for Native youth initiative
United National Indian Tribal Youth has been awarded an $850,000 grant from the Department of Justice for a new leadership initiative.
USDA Blog: Project documents     traditional foods in Great Lakes USDA Blog: Project documents traditional foods in Great Lakes
The Great Lakes Indian Fish and Wildlife Commission is encouraging tribal members to use traditional foods.
Byron Dorgan: Support commission to study Native youth issues Byron Dorgan: Support commission to study Native youth issues
Former Sen. Byron Dorgan (D-North Dakota), the founder of the Center for Native American Youth, supports S.1622, the Alyce Spotted Bear and Walter Soboleff Commission on Native Children Act.
APRN: Alaska Native leaders attend Tribal Nations Conference APRN: Alaska Native leaders attend Tribal Nations Conference
Alaska Native leaders welcome a chance to meet with President Barack Obama and his Cabinet at the annual White House Tribal Nations Conference.
Native students look to break free from residential school era Native students look to break free from residential school era
Canada is home to 600,000 young Native people and many are working hard to succeed in higher education in light of the difficulties their ancestors faced at residential schools.
Yakama Nation senior known as 'Big Tone' on the football field Yakama Nation senior known as 'Big Tone' on the football field
A high school senior from the Yakama Nation of Washington is creating headlines for his prowess on the football field.
Public school in California  hears debate over 'Apaches' mascot Public school in California hears debate over 'Apaches' mascot
A public high school in California is debating whether to eliminate its 'Apaches' mascot.
Interview: Washington   owner felt 'mystical' bond with Indians Interview: Washington owner felt 'mystical' bond with Indians
Despite being known as a racist, George Preston Marshall felt some sort of connection with Indian people, according to law professor J. Gordon Hylton.
Code Talkers to receive Congressional Gold Medal  at US Capitol Code Talkers to receive Congressional Gold Medal at US Capitol
Indian soldiers who used their language to transmit unbreakable codes will receive long-overdue recognition of their service during a ceremony at the U.S. Capitol on Wednesday.
Oneida Nation leader in spotlight for   campaign against mascot Oneida Nation leader in spotlight for campaign against mascot
Ray Halbritter, the official representative of the Oneida Nation of New York, is making headlines as part of the Change the Mascot campaign.
NDNSPORTS: Indian fans show up to support Schimmel sisters NDNSPORTS: Indian fans show up to support Schimmel sisters
NDNSPORTS.COM reports from the WNIT Championship game, where Indian fans turned out to support two sisters from the Confederated Tribes of the Umatilla Indian Reservation.
Cedric Sunray: MOWA Band of Choctaw Indians seek their day Cedric Sunray: MOWA Band of Choctaw Indians seek their day
The MOWA Choctaw’s lack of federal recognition has relegated them to second class status within Indian Country.
A-dae Vena Romero: FDA fails to engage   tribes with new rules A-dae Vena Romero: FDA fails to engage tribes with new rules
A-dae Vena Romero says the Food and Drug Administration has failed to consult tribes on a new set of safety rules.
John Shaffer: Don't condemn  White man for the   color of his   skin John Shaffer: Don't condemn White man for the color of his skin
Writer discusses racism he encounters on the Internet as a "white guy."
Teresa Abrahamson-Richards: Tax sugar to protect Indian lives Teresa Abrahamson-Richards: Tax sugar to protect Indian lives
Teresa Abrahamson-Richards says tribes should impose taxes on sugary foods to fight high rates of diabetes and obesity.
Native Sun News: Drastic food cuts hurt poor in Indian Country Native Sun News: Drastic food cuts hurt poor in Indian Country
Summer Pulliam, a young mother from the Pine Ridge Reservation has experience feeding her children on a budget.

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