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Mescalero Apache Nation inaugurates new set of leaders Mescalero Apache Nation inaugurates new set of leaders
The Mescalero Apache Nation of New Mexico inaugurated a new set of leaders last week.
Diverse: Complaint cites mistreatment of Native students Diverse: Complaint cites mistreatment of Native students
Diverse Issues in Higher Education reports on a complaint a lawsuit that accuses public school officials of discriminating against Native students.
Editorial: Government of Lumbee Tribe an embarrassment Editorial: Government of Lumbee Tribe an embarrassment
Newspaper comments on the latest wackiness involving the Lumbee Tribe of North Carolina.
Oneida Nation deal in New York still faces legal challenge Oneida Nation deal in New York still faces legal challenge
A major settlement between the Oneida Nation and the state of New York is facing a lawsuit in state court.
Indian-owned payday lender pays $1.5M fine in New York Indian-owned payday lender pays $1.5M fine in New York
An Internet loan firm operated by a member of the Cheyenne River Sioux Tribe of South Dakota has settled a lawsuit with the state of New York.
Oneida Nation leader meets UN official over racist mascot Oneida Nation leader meets UN official over racist mascot
Oneida Nation Representative Ray Halbritter is meeting with the a United Nations official today to discuss the Washington professional football team's racist mascot.
Albert Bender: Carter Camp, Ponca warrior, passes at 72 Albert Bender: Carter Camp, Ponca warrior, passes at 72
Albert Bender pays tribute to the late Carter Camp, a member of the Ponca Tribe of Oklahoma who was a leader in the American Indian Movement.
Navajo Nation Council to consider bill to remove speaker Navajo Nation Council to consider bill to remove speaker
The Navajo Nation Council meets for its winter session on Monday and a bill to remove Speaker Johnny Naize from office will be on the agenda.
Confirmation hearing for Diane Humetewa as federal judge Confirmation hearing for Diane Humetewa as federal judge
The Senate Judiciary Committee will hold a confirmation hearing next Tuesday for Diane Humetewa to serve as a federal judge in Arizona.
Native Sun News: Cheyenne observe Fort Robinson breakout Native Sun News: Cheyenne observe Fort Robinson breakout
From January 8 – 14th, hundreds of Northern Cheyenne observed the anniversary of the Fort Robinson Breakout.

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