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ThinkProgress: Team brings in big guns to save racist mascot ThinkProgress: Team brings in big guns to save racist mascot
The owner of the Washington professional football team has enlisted prominent Republican lobbyists and former politicians in his bid to keep a racist mascot.
Sen. Cantwell won't confirm new committee chair position Sen. Cantwell won't confirm new committee chair position
Sen. Maria Cantwell (D-Washington) won't say which leadership post she is taking now that she's giving up control of the Senate Indian Affairs Committee.
Blog: Isleta Pueblo comes together to restore historic church Blog: Isleta Pueblo comes together to restore historic church
Isleta Pueblo in New Mexico is home to a 400-year-old church.
Yurok Tribe schedules   election to replace late Bonnie Green Yurok Tribe schedules election to replace late Bonnie Green
The Yurok Tribe of California has called a special election to fill the seat of Bonnie Green, a council member who passed away on January 18.
Hualapai Tribe sued for taking over business on reservation Hualapai Tribe sued for taking over business on reservation
The Hualapai Tribe of Arizona is being sued by a former non-Indian partner.
Montana tribes reach agreements for Cobell land buy-back Montana tribes reach agreements for Cobell land buy-back
Two Montana tribes signed agreements as part of the Land Buy-Back Program for Tribal Nations.
Series: Fighting poverty in America and the Choctaw Nation Series: Fighting poverty in America and the Choctaw Nation
The Independent visits the Choctaw Nation of Oklahoma to see if being named a Promise Zone by President Barack Obama will help the tribe combat poverty.
Navajo Nation Council approves bill to impose junk food tax Navajo Nation Council approves bill to impose junk food tax
The Navajo Nation Council voted 12-7 on Thursday to pass the Healthy Dine Nation Act of 2013.
Albert Bender: Help tribes in South Dakota with foster care Albert Bender: Help tribes in South Dakota with foster care
Albert Bender seeks support for a petition that calls on President Barack Obama to support tribal foster care programs in South Dakota.
Steve Russell: Looking back on growing up without a father Steve Russell: Looking back on growing up without a father
Steve Russell on the hero he always wanted to be.
Mark Trahant: Looking for a year of action in Indian Country Mark Trahant: Looking for a year of action in Indian Country
The thing I like about state of unions -- the national kind, the NCAI kind, and the tribal kind -- is that it’s a to do list.
Native Sun News: Loss of land and culture at boarding school Native Sun News: Loss of land and culture at boarding school
The Rapid City Indian School opened its doors to many of the Northern Plains Indian children in 1898 joining the more than 20 Indian boarding schools established to educate and assimilate the Indian children taken from their homes.
Troy Eid: Making Native America safer for a new generation Troy Eid: Making Native America safer for a new generation
Former U.S. Attorney Troy Eid, the chairman of the Indian Law and Order Commission, explains why the justice system on reservations and in Alaska Native villages needs to be reformed.

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