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Police officer on Salt River Reservation involved in shooting Police officer on Salt River Reservation involved in shooting
The FBI is looking into an officer-involved shooting on the Salt River Pima-Maricopa Indian Community in Arizona.
NCAI slams racist comments attributed to owner of NBA team NCAI slams racist comments attributed to owner of NBA team
The National Congress of American Indians condemned racist remarks that are being attributed to the owner of an NBA team.
IHS resolves some contract support costs claims for $200M IHS resolves some contract support costs claims for $200M
The Indian Health Service has paid $200 million to settle contract support costs claims for 22 tribes and Alaska Native organizations
8th Circuit sides with Indian inmates in tobacco use lawsuit 8th Circuit sides with Indian inmates in tobacco use lawsuit
The 8th Circuit Court of Appeals sided with Indian inmates in a dispute over tobacco use.
Al Jazeera: Paying respects to the last Seminole Code Talker Al Jazeera: Paying respects to the last Seminole Code Talker
Al Jazeera America publishes a lengthy feature on the passing of Edmond Andrew Harjo, the last Code Talker from the Seminole Nation of Oklahoma.
Opinion: Pueblo water rights settlement moving too quickly Opinion: Pueblo water rights settlement moving too quickly
Writer raises questions about the implementation of the Aamodt Water Rights Settlement in northern New Mexico.
Opinion: Native people still live under 'apartheid' in Canada Opinion: Native people still live under 'apartheid' in Canada
Teacher discusses the racism behind the Indian Act and its continued application in Canada.
MPR: Minneapolis welcomes Indigenous People's Day  2014 MPR: Minneapolis welcomes Indigenous People's Day 2014
Minneapolis welcomes a new holiday -- Indigenous People's Day.
Doug Cuthand: First Nations hold a trump card over pipeline Doug Cuthand: First Nations hold a trump card over pipeline
Native columnist Doug Cuthand explains why First Nations in British Columbia oppose a pipeline through their aboriginal territory.
Column: Utah schools must eliminate racist Indian mascots Column: Utah schools must eliminate racist Indian mascots
Columnist calls on schools in Utah to eliminate their racist Indian mascots and stereotypical Indian imagery.
Indigenous Fine Art Market announced in Santa Fe for August Indigenous Fine Art Market announced in Santa Fe for August
A new Indian art market is coming to Santa Fe, New Mexico, this August.
Clara Caufield: Bison slaughter hurts Northern Cheyenne Tribe Clara Caufield: Bison slaughter hurts Northern Cheyenne Tribe
In early April an estimated nine buffalo from the Northern Cheyenne tribal herd were slaughtered on the Reservation.
Native Sun News: Arvol Looking Horse speaks against Keystone Native Sun News: Arvol Looking Horse speaks against Keystone
Arvol Looking Horse, 19th generation keeper of the Sacred White Buffalo Calf Pipe Bundle of the Oceti Sakowin, targeted the proposed Keystone XL tar-sands crude-oil pipeline in a statement to commemorate Earth Day.
Gyasi Ross: Welcome to first installment of Man Crush Monday Gyasi Ross: Welcome to first installment of Man Crush Monday
Gyasi Ross reveals his first man crush: model, actor and activist Martin Sensmeier.
Mary Pember: Cowboy Indian Alliance unites in Keystone fight Mary Pember: Cowboy Indian Alliance unites in Keystone fight
Mary Annette Pember discusses the Cowboy Indian Alliance that held protests against the controversial Keystone XL Pipeline.
Crystal Willcuts: Find common ground with urban Indians too Crystal Willcuts: Find common ground with urban Indians too
Crystal Willcuts dispels the notion that urban Indian viewpoints can be discarded or ignored.
Peter d'Errico: Courts sacrifice Indian rights for 'civilization' Peter d'Errico: Courts sacrifice Indian rights for 'civilization'
Peter d'Errico discusses how the Christian colonization of America affected the rights indigenous people.
DaShanne Stokes: Original Americans Foundation just a ruse DaShanne Stokes: Original Americans Foundation just a ruse
DaShanne Stokes calls the Original Americans Foundation a ruse to draw attention away from the Washington football team's racist mascot.
Duane Champagne: Property rights under tribal but not US law Duane Champagne: Property rights under tribal but not US law
Duane Champagne says tribes should consider property systems under their own laws, not federal laws.

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