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Editorial: Secretary Jewell makes bad call on Native village road Editorial: Secretary Jewell makes bad call on Native village road
Newspaper criticizes Interior Secretary Sally Jewell for rejecting a road that would benefit an Alaska Native village.
Q&A with blogger on Native representations in children's books Q&A with blogger on Native representations in children's books
Aura Bogado interviews blogger Debbie Reese (Nambe Pueblo) about the depiction of Native people in books.
Jeromy Sullivan: Port Gamble S'Klallam Tribe continues to survive Jeromy Sullivan: Port Gamble S'Klallam Tribe continues to survive
Jeromy Sullivan, the chairman of the Port Gamble S'Klallam Tribe, discusses how relocation affected the S'Klallam way of life.
Seminole Nation pays respects to last Code Talker Edmond Harjo Seminole Nation pays respects to last Code Talker Edmond Harjo
The Seminole Nation of Oklahoma laid one of its heroes to rest on Friday.
Mackinac Tribe files suit against DOI to gain federal recognition Mackinac Tribe files suit against DOI to gain federal recognition
The Mackinac Tribe of Michigan is suing the Obama administration in hopes of gaining federal recognition.
Team to look for signs of Native massacre at hands of Russians Team to look for signs of Native massacre at hands of Russians
A team of archaeologists, geologists and biologists will look for signs of a massacre of Alaska Natives in the Aleutian islands.
Suquamish Tribe asserts right to determine policy on marijuana Suquamish Tribe asserts right to determine policy on marijuana
The Suquamish Tribe of Washington is asserting authority over the growth, sale and distribution of marijuana on the reservation.
Federal judge reschedules hearing for Cherokee Freedmen case Federal judge reschedules hearing for Cherokee Freedmen case
A highly anticipated hearing in the Cherokee Freedmen case has been rescheduled.
NSA bestows highest honor on all Native American Code Talkers NSA bestows highest honor on all Native American Code Talkers
The National Security Agency will be presenting its highest honor to all Native American Code Talkers on Tuesday.
Gabe Galanda: Internet lending industry erodes tribal sovereignty Gabe Galanda: Internet lending industry erodes tribal sovereignty
Attorney Gabe Galanda says it's only a matter of time before the Internet lending industry in Indian Country closes up shop.
Marc Simmons: Delaware warriors found their way to New Mexico Marc Simmons: Delaware warriors found their way to New Mexico
Marc Simmons describes how the Delaware people were pushed out of their homelands and how some even ended up in New Mexico.
Peter Matthiessen, author of Leonard Peltier book, passes away Peter Matthiessen, author of Leonard Peltier book, passes away
Peter Matthiessen, the author of In the Spirit of Crazy Horse and a staunch defender of imprisoned American Indian Movement activist Leonard Peltier, died on Saturday.
Brian Cladoosby: Foundation won't fix Indian Country's problems Brian Cladoosby: Foundation won't fix Indian Country's problems
Brian Cladoosby, the president of the National Congress of American Indians, calls on Dan Snyder to do the right thing and get rid of his football team's racist mascot.
House Interior Appropriations panel to hear from Indian Country House Interior Appropriations panel to hear from Indian Country
Dozens of tribal leaders and representatives of Indian organizations are on Capitol Hill this week to share their views on the federal government's budget.
House Natural Resources Committee to hold markup and hearing House Natural Resources Committee to hold markup and hearing
The House Natural Resources Committee will hold a markup and hearing this week.
Native Sun News: Cheyenne River Sioux Tribe opposes megaloads Native Sun News: Cheyenne River Sioux Tribe opposes megaloads
In four recent incidents, tribal officials responded to grassroots pressure for stopping heavy-haul oilfield traffic over Indian reservation roads, prompting Cheyenne River Sioux Tribal Counselor Robin LeBeau to call on South Dakota Gov. Dennis Daugaard March 28.
Lynn Armitage: Always teach your children the value of hard work Lynn Armitage: Always teach your children the value of hard work
Lynn Armitage shares some tips from being a single mother.
Steven Newcomb: US already limits indigenous rights declaration Steven Newcomb: US already limits indigenous rights declaration
Steven Newcomb discusses how the United States has already taken a limited view of the United Nations Declaration on the Rights of Indigenous Peoples without the input of indigenous leaders:
Santy Quinde Baidal: Indigenous people lumped into 'Latino' box Santy Quinde Baidal: Indigenous people lumped into 'Latino' box
Santy Quinde Baidal calls on the U.S. Census Bureau to allow indigenous people in Mexico, Central and America to self-identify.

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