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Diverse:  Cheryl Crazy Bull understands needs of tribal colleges Diverse: Cheryl Crazy Bull understands needs of tribal colleges
A profile of Cheryl Crazy Bull, the president of the American Indian College Fund.
WVTF: Educational video provides insights into Virginia's tribes WVTF: Educational video provides insights into Virginia's tribes
A new video from the Virginia Department of Education offers a look into the 11 tribes in the state
Suspended Native lawmaker finds new gig as freelance reporter Suspended Native lawmaker finds new gig as freelance reporter
A Native lawmaker who has been suspended has landed a new job.
Manitoba police officer goes on trial for assaulting Native man Manitoba police officer goes on trial for assaulting Native man
A police officer in Winnipeg, Manitoba, is on trial for assaulting a Native man who had to undergo surgery.
Puyallup Tribe concerned about work by cemetery on BIA land Puyallup Tribe concerned about work by cemetery on BIA land
The Puyallup Tribe of Washington is worried about construction work near a cemetery that's the resting place for generations of families.
Native women and girls targeted for trafficking in North Dakota Native women and girls targeted for trafficking in North Dakota
Native American women and girls are being targeted for sexual trafficking in North Dakota, U.S. Attorney Timothy Purdon said.
Steven Newcomb: Keeping Indian people down through language Steven Newcomb: Keeping Indian people down through language
Steven Newcomb on how Indian people are kept through the diminishing language.
Second Cobell payment won't be mailed out before Christmas Second Cobell payment won't be mailed out before Christmas
The second payment from the $3.4 billion Cobell trust fund settlement won't be going out before Christmas as anticipated.
Blog: Native American unemployment rate rose in last 5 years Blog: Native American unemployment rate rose in last 5 years
Unemployment rates among American Indians and Alaska Natives remain high.
Thomas King: Practical sovereignty for modern day tribal nations Thomas King: Practical sovereignty for modern day tribal nations
Thomas King, the author of The Inconvenient Indian: A Curious Account of Native People in North America, discusses the future of tribal sovereignty.
ICT Interview: Chris Eyre thought Tonto debate was pointless ICT Interview: Chris Eyre thought Tonto debate was pointless
Film director Chris Eyre tells Indian Country Today that the debate over the Tonto role in The Lone Ranger was a waste of time.
Debate: Should Washington football team eliminate its mascot? Debate: Should Washington football team eliminate its mascot?
Arnold Loewy and Eugenia Charles-Newton debate the Washington professional football team's racist mascot.
Al Jazeera: Pine Ridge schools aim to produce Lakota speakers Al Jazeera: Pine Ridge schools aim to produce Lakota speakers
The Red Cloud Indian School and the Lakota Language Immersion School are teaching the Lakota language to future generations.
Lytton Band spent over $47M on land acquisitions in two years Lytton Band spent over $47M on land acquisitions in two years
The Lytton Band of Pomo Indians in California has spent more than $47 million on land acquisitions in just the last two years.
House committee sets markup on Native veterans memorial bill House committee sets markup on Native veterans memorial bill
The House Natural Resources Committee will hold a markup session on Wednesday.
Two eagle feather headdresses returned to Menominee Nation Two eagle feather headdresses returned to Menominee Nation
A museum in Ohio returned two eagle-feather headdresses and other items to the Menominee Nation of Wisconsin.
John Christian Hopkins: Magazine made a big mistake this year John Christian Hopkins: Magazine made a big mistake this year
John Christian Hopkins has once again been denied the crown of Sexiest Man Alive.
Peter d'Errico: Indian people still subjected to dehumanizing law Peter d'Errico: Indian people still subjected to dehumanizing law
Peter d'Errico on the colonization and dehumanization inherent in Indian law.
Native Sun News: Oglala Sioux Tribe hears complaints about park Native Sun News: Oglala Sioux Tribe hears complaints about park
In front of a large contingency of community members, tribal and government officials were confronted with questions regarding land issues associated with the creation of a first of its kind Tribal National Park.

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