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Opinion: Washington NFL team makes money off racial slur Opinion: Washington NFL team makes money off racial slur
James Rawlings, the chairman of the Connecticut Native American Inter Tribal Urban Council, calls on the Washington football team to eliminate its racist mascot.
Alaska Legislature passes Native language recognition bill Alaska Legislature passes Native language recognition bill
The Alaska Legislature passed a bill that designates 20 Native languages as official languages in the state.
Linda Capps: Citizen Potawatomi Nation is a good neighbor Linda Capps: Citizen Potawatomi Nation is a good neighbor
Linda Capps, the vice chairman of the Citizen Potawatomi Nation, explains how tribe spends its tax revenue.
Minneapolis city council to vote on Columbus Day change Minneapolis city council to vote on Columbus Day change
The city council in Minneapolis, Minnesota, will vote on a resolution to change the name of Columbus Day.
Native man's murder trial delayed due to jury roll problem Native man's murder trial delayed due to jury roll problem
The murder trial of a Native man has been delayed a year due to problems with the jury roll.
Column: Frank Waln blends Native traditions with hip-hop Column: Frank Waln blends Native traditions with hip-hop
Frank Waln brings traditional storytelling to his award-winning hip-hop music.
Opinion: Double standard in treatment of Shoshone sisters Opinion: Double standard in treatment of Shoshone sisters
Writer wonders why Carrie Dann and her late sister, Mary Dann, haven't received the same attention for their fight against the federal government.
Supreme Court takes no action on Indian tobacco petition Supreme Court takes no action on Indian tobacco petition
The U.S. Supreme Court went back to work this morning with no new activity in an Indian tobacco case.
Fracking trucks take water from North Dakota reservation Fracking trucks take water from North Dakota reservation
Energy companies have been seen taking water from the Mandan, Hidatsa and Arikara Nation but it's not clear whether the tribe has authority.
Alaska Natives seek return of property for museum at Yale Alaska Natives seek return of property for museum at Yale
The Yale Peabody Museum in Connecticut should return artifacts that were taken from a Tlingit village, an Alaska Native leader said.
Henry Louis Gates: The myth of African and Indian ancestry Henry Louis Gates: The myth of African and Indian ancestry
Professor Henry Louis Gates Jr. explains why most African-Americans do not carry Native American genes despite family stories and history.
Lens Blog: An Indian from India meets Indians from the US Lens Blog: An Indian from India meets Indians from the US
Annu Palakunnathu Matthew explains her series in which she mimics poses from historical photos of Indian people.
Lisa Charleyboy: Still looking for love under the Indian Act Lisa Charleyboy: Still looking for love under the Indian Act
Lisa Charleyboy explores the difficulties of dating in Canada under the restrictions of the Indian Act.
Bryan Brewer: Supreme Court discriminates against tribes Bryan Brewer: Supreme Court discriminates against tribes
Bryan Brewer, the president of the Oglala Sioux Tribe of South Dakota, explains how the U.S. Supreme Court has weakened tribal sovereignty.
Senate Indian Affairs Committee sets hearing on energy bill Senate Indian Affairs Committee sets hearing on energy bill
The Senate Indian Affairs Committee will hold a hearing next week on an energy bill.
Kiara Imani Williams: Tribal ID dismissed in nation's capital Kiara Imani Williams: Tribal ID dismissed in nation's capital
Kiara Imani WIlliams wonders why tribal ID cards aren't always accepted as valid documentation.
Pascua Yaqui Tribe faces a test of jurisdiction under VAWA Pascua Yaqui Tribe faces a test of jurisdiction under VAWA
All eyes are on the Pascua Yaqui Tribe of Arizona as it prosecutes three non-Indian offenders.
DOI looks to spend $2.55M on Makah Nation land buy-back DOI looks to spend $2.55M on Makah Nation land buy-back
As part of the Land Buy-Back Program for Tribal Nations, the Interior Department plans to spend $2.55 million on Makah Nation in Washington.
State Department needs more time to review Keystone XL State Department needs more time to review Keystone XL
The State Department is taking more time to review the controversial Keystone XL Pipeline.
Michell Hicks: Eastern Cherokees return to gardening roots Michell Hicks: Eastern Cherokees return to gardening roots
Michell Hicks, the principal chief of the Eastern Band of Cherokee Indians in North Carolina, shares how tribal families are returning to agriculture.
Native Sun News: Shoni Schimmel a role model for youth Native Sun News: Shoni Schimmel a role model for youth
The career of Shoni Schimmel as a college athlete was arguably the most followed of any Indian athlete in the history of sports.
Native Sun News: Keystone XL Pipeline foes headed to DC Native Sun News: Keystone XL Pipeline foes headed to DC
Arvol Looking Horse blessed the Pte Ospiye spiritual camp during a prayer ceremony in Green Grass on April 12, as stormy spring weather postponed groundbreaking.

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