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CDC reports show high death rates among Native Americans CDC reports show high death rates among Native Americans
Death rates for Native Americans are nearly 50 percent greater than rates among non-Hispanic Whites, according to the CDC.
Blog: Climate change impacts Tla-o-qui-aht First Nations Blog: Climate change impacts Tla-o-qui-aht First Nations
Ongoing series on climate change and the Tla-o-qui-aht First Nations in British Columbia.
Peter Twitchell: Stop passing the buck on our Yup'ik culture Peter Twitchell: Stop passing the buck on our Yup'ik culture
Peter Twitchell urges Yup'ik people to carry on their traditions and culture.
Wendell George: Little Joe connects with his tribal heritage Wendell George: Little Joe connects with his tribal heritage
Wendell George, a member of the Colville Confederated Tribes of Washington, shares the story of Little Joe.
Photos: Cowboy Indian Alliance rides to National Mall in DC Photos: Cowboy Indian Alliance rides to National Mall in DC
The Cowboy Indian Alliance arrived in Washington, D.C., this morning.
Murray Sinclair: Effects of residential school era will linger Murray Sinclair: Effects of residential school era will linger
Murray Sinclair, the chairman of the Indian Residential Schools Truth and Reconciliation Commission, says the effects of the residential school era won't go away overnight.
Oneida Nation to host PGA championship at resort in 2016 Oneida Nation to host PGA championship at resort in 2016
The Oneida Nation of New York will host the 49th PGA championship in 2016.
Opinion: Maps represent destruction of Native people in US Opinion: Maps represent destruction of Native people in US
Writer discusses what a map of the United States looks like from indigenous eyes.
Choctaw Nation Chief Greg Pyle set to retire after 17 years Choctaw Nation Chief Greg Pyle set to retire after 17 years
Choctaw Nation Chief Greg Pyle is retiring after 17 years in office.
Wyoming tribes share per cap from $157M trust settlement Wyoming tribes share per cap from $157M trust settlement
The Eastern Shoshone Tribe and the Northern Arapaho Tribe of Wyoming are sharing in a $157 million trust fund settlement.
Alray Nelson: Bring marriage equality to the Navajo Nation Alray Nelson: Bring marriage equality to the Navajo Nation
Alray Nelson, the founder of the Coalition for Navajo Equality, calls for the repeal of the Dine Marriage Act of 2005.
Winona LaDuke: Tribes won't see benefits from Keystone XL Winona LaDuke: Tribes won't see benefits from Keystone XL
Activist Winona LaDuke says the controversial Keystone XL Pipeline won't bring long-term benefits to Indian Country.
Navajo Nation Council to take up higher tax on junk foods Navajo Nation Council to take up higher tax on junk foods
The Navajo Nation Council will reconsider a tax on junk foods that was vetoed by President Ben Shelly.
Steven Newcomb: UNDRIP falls under domination framework Steven Newcomb: UNDRIP falls under domination framework
Steven Newcomb explains why the United Nations Declaration on the Rights of Indigenous Peoples leave free people under continued domination.
DaShanne Stokes: 'Indian' mascots carry harmful impacts DaShanne Stokes: 'Indian' mascots carry harmful impacts
DaShanne Stokes cites five studies that show how Indian mascots harm Indian people.
DOI Secretary Sally Jewell delivers keynote at tribal summit DOI Secretary Sally Jewell delivers keynote at tribal summit
Interior Secretary Sally Jewell will deliver the keynote at a tribal summit in Washington this week.
DOI Deputy Secretary Mike Connor hosts Earth Day webchat DOI Deputy Secretary Mike Connor hosts Earth Day webchat
Mike Connor, the second-highest ranking official at the Interior Department, will be hosting a special Earth Day webchat this afternoon.
Native Sun News: Pine Ridge man behind Revolution Couture Native Sun News: Pine Ridge man behind Revolution Couture
If you search Google image for Native Fashion, the first 20 or more images that come up will most likely be everything from Vogue to Katie Perry.
Native Sun News: Sisseton Wahpeton fighter gets big chance Native Sun News: Sisseton Wahpeton fighter gets big chance
Every fighter dreams of the day when they get their big shot; the time when all the stars align and everything seems to be working out perfectly.

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