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Deadline approaches for first Cobell land consolidation offers Deadline approaches for first Cobell land consolidation offers
Deadlines are fast approaching for Indian landowners to accept offers being made under the Land Buy-Back Program for Tribal Nations.
BIA issues final decision against Tolowa Nation of California BIA issues final decision against Tolowa Nation of California
The Bureau of Indian Affairs issued a final determination against federal recognition for the Tolowa Nation of California.
NPR: Forced walk leaves lasting impacts on Navajo Nation NPR: Forced walk leaves lasting impacts on Navajo Nation
NPR reports on the Long Walk, a forced march of Navajo and Apache people, and its legacy on the Navajo Nation.
Senate Indian Affairs Committee business meeting, hearing Senate Indian Affairs Committee business meeting, hearing
The Senate Indian Affairs Committee is holding a business meeting and hearing on Wednesday.
Pamunkey Tribe awaits final answer on federal recognition  Pamunkey Tribe awaits final answer on federal recognition
The Pamunkey Tribe of Virginia is urging supporters not to send comments to the Bureau of Indian Affairs on its federal recognition petition.
Nipmuc Nation sues BIA over federal recognition decision Nipmuc Nation sues BIA over federal recognition decision
The Nipmuc Nation of Massachusetts is suing the Bureau of Indian Affairs in hopes of gaining federal recognition.
Polly Olsen: Urban Indian health facility provides new hope Polly Olsen: Urban Indian health facility provides new hope
Polly Olsen, the president of the Seattle Indian Health Board, explains the need for a new urban Indian health facility.
Steven Newcomb: First Nations subjected to another power Steven Newcomb: First Nations subjected to another power
Steven Newcomb discusses how a system of domination and subordination is keeping First Nations out of the decision-making process in Canada.
Marc Simmons: Spanish diplomacy with Comanche Nation Marc Simmons: Spanish diplomacy with Comanche Nation
Marc Simmons discusses how Spanish officials attempted diplomatic relations with the Comanche Nation is present-day New Mexico.
Review: 'Drunktown's Finest' gives window into Navajo life Review: 'Drunktown's Finest' gives window into Navajo life
The Hollywood Reporter finds some effective story-telling in Drunktown's Finest, the debut film from Navajo filmmaker Sydney Freeland.
Column: Alaska Native guides offered lessons in rural living Column: Alaska Native guides offered lessons in rural living
Writer shares story of Native guides who helped an Orthodox priest conduct his business in rural villages in Alaska.
Editorial: School on reservation deserves better treatment Editorial: School on reservation deserves better treatment
Montana newspaper says community deserves answers about a public school on the Northern Cheyenne Reservation that remains unfinished after a $5.6 million project.
Simon Moya-Smith: The Native guy who dates white women Simon Moya-Smith: The Native guy who dates white women
Simon Moya-Smith hangs out with a Native friend who only dates one type of woman.
Charles Kader: Medical marijuana plan might help out tribes Charles Kader: Medical marijuana plan might help out tribes
Charles Kader discusses a proposal to allow hospitals in New York to dispense medical marijuana and how it could affect tribes.
Native Sun News: Power lines cross North Dakota sacred site Native Sun News: Power lines cross North Dakota sacred site
Officials and activists are encouraging more public input on updated draft plans for new power lines that would cross the Killdeer Mountain Battlefield area and sacred Tahca WaKutepi Paha site.
Clara Caufield: Comments from Northern Cheyenne Country Clara Caufield: Comments from Northern Cheyenne Country
I tell this story as it was told to me. But, it’s not a story, rather it is the tragic truth about how too many Native American women on reservations live.
Tim Giago: The great escape from the Indian mission school Tim Giago: The great escape from the Indian mission school
My friend Pete Cummings and I had never seen any movies about great escapes so we had no prior knowledge about how to approach such an event.

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