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Washington Tribes: Confirm Keith Harper to ambassador post Washington Tribes: Confirm Keith Harper to ambassador post
For decades Keith Harper has been one of our strongest advocates for securing tribal sovereignty, advancing economic empowerment and securing basic human rights for Native people
Editorial: Address management issues at Indian Health Service Editorial: Address management issues at Indian Health Service
Newspaper says management issues at the Indian Health Service need just as much attention as money.
Column: Statue marks encounter with Tohono O'odham in 1692 Column: Statue marks encounter with Tohono O'odham in 1692
Statue that honors Tohono O'odham Nation will be dedicated in Tucson, Arizona, next week.
Suspect charged for 2006 murder of Native woman in Manitoba Suspect charged for 2006 murder of Native woman in Manitoba
Myrna Letandre was murdered in September 2006.
British Columbia man on trial for 2010 murder of Native woman  British Columbia man on trial for 2010 murder of Native woman
Cynthia Frances Maas was Native mother who was killed in 2010.
Judge strikes tax refunds for land near Fort Mojave Reservation Judge strikes tax refunds for land near Fort Mojave Reservation
Landowners were involved in a lengthy dispute with the Fort Mojave Tribe.
Lower Elwha Klallam Tribe eyes historic status for ancestral site Lower Elwha Klallam Tribe eyes historic status for ancestral site
Tse-whit-zen Village is the largest tribal site in Washington.
Washington tribes could get another shot at federal recognition Washington tribes could get another shot at federal recognition
The Snohomish Tribe, the Chinook Nation and the Duwamish Tribe were previously rejected by the Bureau of Indian Affairs.
JPR: Umatilla Tribes tap wind power for  museum on reservation JPR: Umatilla Tribes tap wind power for museum on reservation
The Umatilla Tribes of Oregon installed the first wind turbine on the reservation at the Tamástslikt Cultural Institute.
Seminole Tribe files papers to acquire struggling bank in Florida Seminole Tribe files papers to acquire struggling bank in Florida
The Seminole Tribe of Florida is getting into the banking business.
Osage Nation heads to polls to choose chief and assistant chief Osage Nation heads to polls to choose chief and assistant chief
Tribe will elect a new chief to replace John D. Red Eagle, who was impeached in January.
Louis Manuel: Senate set to make history in Keith Harper vote Louis Manuel: Senate set to make history in Keith Harper vote
Louis Manuel, the chairman of the Ak-Chin Indian Community of Arizona, supports Senate confirmation of Keith Harper to serve as the U.S. Representative to the United Nations Human Rights Council.
Rudolph Ryser: State Department 'consultation' was a charade Rudolph Ryser: State Department 'consultation' was a charade
Rudolph Ryser of the Center for World Indigenous Studies says State Department doesn't want to implement the United Nations Declaration on the Rights of Indigenous Peoples.
Navajo Nation to settle trust mismanagement lawsuit for $554M Navajo Nation to settle trust mismanagement lawsuit for $554M
Deal represents the largest tribal settlement so far.
Marc Simmons: Report provides 19th century view of Apaches Marc Simmons: Report provides 19th century view of Apaches
Marc Simmons offers a glimpse into a 19th-century Spanish report into the Apache people.
Courtland Milloy: NFL team makes profit off a racial stereotype Courtland Milloy: NFL team makes profit off a racial stereotype
Washington Post columnist Courtland Milloy discusses the debate over the Washington NFL team's racist mascot.
Naomi Brisley: NFL's team mascot dehumanizes Native people Naomi Brisley: NFL's team mascot dehumanizes Native people
The term 'Redskin' and the caricatures of Native peoples dehumanizes us to a nostalgic figure of times passed.
Tim Giago: Cobell settlement is a massive case of incompetence Tim Giago: Cobell settlement is a massive case of incompetence
The Cobell lawyers didn’t have the patience and sadly, many Indian people didn’t have the patience to see the suit taken to a just conclusion.

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