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BIA plans separate meets for recognized, non-recognized tribes BIA plans separate meets for recognized, non-recognized tribes
Non-recognized tribes are being asked to attend a public meeting, separate from consultation sessions for recognized tribes.
Opinion: Energy development isn't only option for First Nations Opinion: Energy development isn't only option for First Nations
Writers discuss how energy development debates are affecting First Nations in Ontario.
Witness list for Senate Indian Affairs Committee hearing on IHS Witness list for Senate Indian Affairs Committee hearing on IHS
Tribal leaders from Montana and Wyoming will testify at the field hearing.
Salt River Pima-Maricopa police officer killed in the line of duty Salt River Pima-Maricopa police officer killed in the line of duty
Jair Cabrera was making a traffic stop on the reservation when he was shot.
President Obama to visit North Dakota reservation next month President Obama to visit North Dakota reservation next month
The exact place hasn't been announced but tribal leaders are already extending the welcome mat.
Heather Dawn Thompson: Tribes being put out of business again Heather Dawn Thompson: Tribes being put out of business again
Each time Tribes finally find a way to 'pull themselves up by their bootstraps,' state and federal governments try to destroy their new businesses.
Native Sun News: Northern Cheyenne share personal IHS stories Native Sun News: Northern Cheyenne share personal IHS stories
Over the past few months, key developments affecting the Indian Health Service, specifically the Billings Area has been the topic of considerable press coverage.
Donna Ennis: Resilience and emotional healing in Indian Country Donna Ennis: Resilience and emotional healing in Indian Country
Donna Ennis reflects on a career that started with the Indian Child Welfare Act and continues with efforts to address historical, intergenerational and cultural trauma.
Carolina Castoreno: It's time for America to stop playing Indian Carolina Castoreno: It's time for America to stop playing Indian
Carolina Castoreno calls on hip-hop artist Emerson Windy to remove Peace Pipe video from YouTube.

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