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Audio from Senate Indian Affairs Committee education hearing Audio from Senate Indian Affairs Committee education hearing
Hearing focused on the Bureau of Indian Education.
Senate Indian Affairs Committee passes seven bills at meeting Senate Indian Affairs Committee passes seven bills at meeting
Bills address land-into-trust, Native youth, water rights, Alaska Native safety and energy development.
Interview: Cook Inlet Tribal Council launches Native video game Interview: Cook Inlet Tribal Council launches Native video game
Amy Freeman of the Cook Inlet Tribal Council of Alaska explains why the tribe created Upper One Games.
KRBD: Tribes in Alaska and First Nations team up for mining fight KRBD: Tribes in Alaska and First Nations team up for mining fight
Tribes in Alaska and First Nations in British Columbia are working together to address mining issues on both sides of the border.
Seven candidates file papers to run for Navajo Nation president Seven candidates file papers to run for Navajo Nation president
President Ben Shelly is seeking re-election.
Dakota descendants sue for return of land promised by 1863 law Dakota descendants sue for return of land promised by 1863 law
Lawsuit claims 12 square miles was set aside after the 1862 Dakota War.
KUOW: Yakama Nation opposes coal terminal on fishing grounds KUOW: Yakama Nation opposes coal terminal on fishing grounds
The Yakama Nation of Washington says a coal export terminal would impact treaty-protected fishing grounds.
UW News: Northern Arapaho student looks to spread counseling UW News: Northern Arapaho student looks to spread counseling
Avis Garcia, a member of the Northern Arapaho Tribe of Wyoming, wants to train a new generation of substance abuse counselors in Indian Country.
KPLU: Report documents high rates of Native pedestrian facilities KPLU: Report documents high rates of Native pedestrian facilities
Native American pedestrians die at higher rates than other racial and ethnic groups.
KPBS: Documentary examines history of Kumeyaay in California KPBS: Documentary examines history of Kumeyaay in California
The Kumeyaay people of southern California are the subject of a new documentary.
BIA asks Cayuga Nation factions for information about leadership BIA asks Cayuga Nation factions for information about leadership
Clint Halftown and the Unity Council have until June 15 to submit information.
Pala Band leadership disputes ouster by group of tribal members Pala Band leadership disputes ouster by group of tribal members
Tribal members are concerned about finances.
New York Assembly backs bill against use of racial slurs in sports New York Assembly backs bill against use of racial slurs in sports
Oneida Nation hails unanimous vote in campaign against the Washington NFL team.
Opinion: Wisconsin must address unemployment on reservations Opinion: Wisconsin must address unemployment on reservations
Unemployment rates for Native Americans range from 11 percent to 93 percent.
Editorial: Diane Humetewa makes history books as federal judge Editorial: Diane Humetewa makes history books as federal judge
Hopi woman is the first Native women to serve in the federal judiciary.
Senate Indian Affairs Committee schedules field hearing on IHS Senate Indian Affairs Committee schedules field hearing on IHS
Tribes have been complaining about level and quality of service in the Billings Area.
Vince Two Eagles: Sharing the story of the very first sweat lodge Vince Two Eagles: Sharing the story of the very first sweat lodge
Vince Two Eagles shares the story of the very first inipi, or sweat lodge ceremony.
Northern Cheyenne youth take part in White House talent show Northern Cheyenne youth take part in White House talent show
The Morning Star Marimba Band was part of the Turnaround Arts program.
John Kane: Unresolved questions after a week at United Nations John Kane: Unresolved questions after a week at United Nations
John Kane attended the United Nations Permanent Forum on Indigenous Issues last week.
Native Sun News: Lac du Flambeau Band banishes non-members Native Sun News: Lac du Flambeau Band banishes non-members
The Lac du Flambeau Tribal Council passed a resolution to remove 28 non-tribal members from the reservation
Olivya Caballero: Keystone XL battle mirrors Black Hills struggle Olivya Caballero: Keystone XL battle mirrors Black Hills struggle
A few weeks ago the people from the Cowboy Indian Alliance led a march on Washington in protest of the proposed Keystone XL pipeline.
Cedric Sunray: Tribes must stand up to racism among their own Cedric Sunray: Tribes must stand up to racism among their own
Cedric Sunray says tribal organizations like the National Congress of American Indians and the United South and Eastern Tribes should take a stand against unacceptable behavior among their own members.

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