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Mary Annette Pember: Meskwaki family moves to save son's life Mary Annette Pember: Meskwaki family moves to save son's life
Quincy Grittmann, a member of the Meskwaki Tribe of Iowa, is moving to Colorado in hopes of saving her son's life through the use of medical marijuana.
Omaha Tribe: 'No strings attached' to donation from foundation Omaha Tribe: 'No strings attached' to donation from foundation
The Omaha Tribe of Nebraska today confirmed that it accepted a donation from the new Original Americans Foundation.
Comic book series to introduce female Native teenage superhero Comic book series to introduce female Native teenage superhero
The creator of the Justice League United comic book series is introducing a Native character.
JPR: Wiyot Tribe holds first World Renewal Ceremony since 1860 JPR: Wiyot Tribe holds first World Renewal Ceremony since 1860
The Wiyot Tribe of California is holding its World Renewal Ceremony this weekend, the first since a massacre in 1860 nearly wiped out the tribe.
Head of Original Americans Foundation tied to BIA misspending Head of Original Americans Foundation tied to BIA misspending
The head of the new 'Original Americans Foundation' was criticized for contributing to the waste of $1 million in federal funds.
Members of Oglala Sioux Tribe respond to Cobell buyback offers Members of Oglala Sioux Tribe respond to Cobell buyback offers
Members of the Oglala Sioux Tribe of South Dakota appear to be responding favorably to the Land Buy-Back Program for Tribal Nations.
House passes extension of Special Diabetes Program for Indians House passes extension of Special Diabetes Program for Indians
The House approved a one-year extension of the Special Diabetes Program for Indians on Thursday.
Consultation sessions to discuss reform in Indian school system Consultation sessions to discuss reform in Indian school system
The Obama administration has scheduled four tribal consultation sessions to discuss ways to improve the Indian school system.
Research changes timeline for arrival of people in South America Research changes timeline for arrival of people in South America
New research is challenging the theory that the ancestors of Native people first arrived in the Americas about 13,000 years ago.
Senate majority leader predicts Washington team name change Senate majority leader predicts Washington team name change
Sen. Harry Reid (D-Nevada), the Senate majority leader, said a new name for the Washington professional football team is inevitable.
Native Sun News: Oglala tribal college on notice for accreditation Native Sun News: Oglala tribal college on notice for accreditation
Oglala Lakota College has been placed on “Notice” signifying that the college who serves thousands of students across western South Dakota is at risk of losing its accreditation according to a release from its accreditors.
Steven Newcomb: Christian ideals used against Native peoples Steven Newcomb: Christian ideals used against Native peoples
Steven Newcomb finds not much has changed in federal Indian law and policy since the Doctrine of Christian Discovery.
Gyasi Ross: Football team owner offers 'hush money' on mascot Gyasi Ross: Football team owner offers 'hush money' on mascot
Gyasi Ross doesn't care much about the Washington football team's racist mascot but he does care about the owner's response to the controversy.

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