Tim Giago: America has yet to apologize for Wounded Knee (December 16, 2013)
On crystal clear nights when winter winds whistle through the hills and canyons around Wounded Knee Creek, the Lakota elders say it is so cold that you can hear the twigs snapping in the frigid air.
Wahleah Johns: Navajo Nation should turn to clean energy (December 16, 2013)
Wahleah Johns explains why the Navajo Nation should embrace wind and solar technology.
Dana Hanna: Courts continue to violate ICWA in South Dakota (December 16, 2013)
In a recent column in the Native Sun News, Regina Brave wrote about the history and importance of the federal Indian Child Welfare Act and asked about the current status of the lawsuit that was filed in federal court in which the Oglala Sioux Tribe and other plaintiffs claimed that state authorities were violating the ICWA rights of Indian families in state courts.
Native Sun News: Native students fighting for funds at UND (December 16, 2013)
According to Native students and alumni at the University of North Dakota they are fed up with being forced to beg for funds each year from the school for the annual Time-out Week and Pow Wow.
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