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Column: The 14th Amendment's relationship with Indian rights Column: The 14th Amendment's relationship with Indian rights
A look at how the 14th Amendment to the U.S. Constitution has affected the rights of American Indians.
Mike Taylor: Native youth reclaim their traditions and cultures Mike Taylor: Native youth reclaim their traditions and cultures
Mike Taylor and Amy Moore share stories of young Native Americans who are reclaiming their cultures, languages and traditions.
Gabriel Galanda: Buy-back program violates indigenous rights Gabriel Galanda: Buy-back program violates indigenous rights
Attorney Gabe Galanda says the Land Buy-Back Program for Tribal Nations violates the United Nations Declaration on the Rights of Indigenous Peoples.
Highlights from Day 1 of NCAI winter session in Washington, DC Highlights from Day 1 of NCAI winter session in Washington, DC
The National Congress of American Indians opened its winter session on Tuesday.
Bill in Maryland urges new name for Washington football team Bill in Maryland urges new name for Washington football team
A Maryland House committee held a hearing on a bill that calls on the Washington professional football team to change its racist mascot.
Authorities capture murder suspect who escaped CRIT custody Authorities capture murder suspect who escaped CRIT custody
A homicide suspect who escaped from a detention facility operated by the Colorado River Indian Tribes has been recaptured.
Tribes seek return of scalps on display at museum in Germany Tribes seek return of scalps on display at museum in Germany
The Karl May Museum in Germany is refusing to repatriate a collection of 17 scalps despite a request from tribes in the U.S.
Onondaga players seen as top contenders for lacrosse award Onondaga players seen as top contenders for lacrosse award
Three young men from the Onondaga Nation of New York are seen as strong contenders for the Tewaaraton Award, the top honor in college lacrosse.
Tim Giago: Indian opposition to Keystone XL finally makes news Tim Giago: Indian opposition to Keystone XL finally makes news
Native Sun News Health and Environment Editor, Talli Nauman, has been writing about the Keystone XL Pipeline for our newspaper since 2009.
Native Sun News: Senators solicit input from tribes in Montana Native Sun News: Senators solicit input from tribes in Montana
Montana Senators Jon Tester and John Walsh were on a state-wide “listening tour” meeting with each of the rribes, including Northern Cheyenne.
Commerce Blog: Bringing broadband to Alaska Native villages Commerce Blog: Bringing broadband to Alaska Native villages
Anne Neville of the National Telecommunications and Information Administration recently went to Alaska.

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