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Michell Hicks: Remember the Removal Ride helps us look ahead Michell Hicks: Remember the Removal Ride helps us look ahead
Chief Michell Hicks of the Eastern Band of Cherokee Indians explains why the Remember the Removal Ride is important.
Northern Arapaho Tribe criticizes anti-Indian group meeting Northern Arapaho Tribe criticizes anti-Indian group meeting
Citizens Equal Rights Alliance to discuss boundary dispute at meeting this weekend.
Oneida Nation donates $100K to support Republican candidate Oneida Nation donates $100K to support Republican candidate
Tribe supports Rep. Richard Hanna in Republican primary against Claudia Tenney.
Coal company starts exploratory drilling on Crow Reservation Coal company starts exploratory drilling on Crow Reservation
The reservation is home to a 1.4-billion ton coal reserve.
IBIA dismisses challenge to Chumash Tribe land-into-trust bid IBIA dismisses challenge to Chumash Tribe land-into-trust bid
Tribe has been fighting opposition groups for more than a decade.
Law Article: IRS broadens general welfare exclusion for tribes Law Article: IRS broadens general welfare exclusion for tribes
Attorneys discuss new guidance from the Internal Revenue Service regarding the Application of the General Welfare Exclusion to Indian Tribal Government Programs That Provide Benefits to Tribal Members.
Albert Bender: Genocide continues unabated in South Dakota Albert Bender: Genocide continues unabated in South Dakota
Albert Bender says not much has changed in South Dakota with regard to the Indian Child Welfare Act and the treatment of Indian children.
Cobell attorneys schedule meetings with beneficiaries in Alaska Cobell attorneys schedule meetings with beneficiaries in Alaska
Final payment from $3.4 billion settlement remains delayed.
National Congress of American Indians hosts midyear in Alaska National Congress of American Indians hosts midyear in Alaska
The event takes place at the Dena‘ina Center in Anchorage.
Native woman in stable condition after attack in Saskatchewan Native woman in stable condition after attack in Saskatchewan
Marlene Darlene Bird, 47, suffered severe burns and had to have one of her legs amputated.
Simon Moya-Smith: Chester Nez punished for speaking Navajo Simon Moya-Smith: Chester Nez punished for speaking Navajo
Simon Moya-Smith reflects on the passing of Chester Nez, one of the original 29 Code Talkers who devised an unbreakable code during World War II.
Inquest in death of Native man at emergency room concludes Inquest in death of Native man at emergency room concludes
Brian Sinclair was ignored for 34 hours at a hospital in Winnipeg, Manitoba.
Lytton Band makes $10M deposit in local financial institutions Lytton Band makes $10M deposit in local financial institutions
The deposits represent the tribe's commitment to local businesses, attorney said.
Matthew Fletcher: Tribes seek control over their own destinies Matthew Fletcher: Tribes seek control over their own destinies
Professor Matthew Fletcher joins the debate over reparations for African Americans and compares it to tribal struggles for self-determination:
NPR: Author learned his father wasn't convicted Indian activist NPR: Author learned his father wasn't convicted Indian activist
Brando Skyhorse was raised thinking his father was a man named Paul Skyhorse Johnson.
Lorraine Loomis: Honor Billy Frank's legacy by carrying on work Lorraine Loomis: Honor Billy Frank's legacy by carrying on work
Lorraine Loomis, the vice chair of the Northwest Indian Fisheries Commission, offers ways to honor the legacy of the late treaty rights advocate Billy Frank Jr.
Jeromy Sullivan: Reflecting on lessons learned from Billy Frank Jeromy Sullivan: Reflecting on lessons learned from Billy Frank
Jeromy Sullivan reflects on what he learned from the late treaty rights advocate Billy Frank Jr.
Johnny Rustywire: Indian agent brings bad luck with his books Johnny Rustywire: Indian agent brings bad luck with his books
Johnny Rustywire recalls the Indian agent who was said to bring bad luck to the Ute people.
Julianne Jennings: Wampanoag artist embodies funk and jazz Julianne Jennings: Wampanoag artist embodies funk and jazz
Julianne Jennings shares some of the accomplishments of Morgan James Peters, a member of the Mashpee Wampanoag Tribe who is a jazz/funk/folklore artist and a professor.
Editorial: Terminated Oregon Indians deserve full recognition Editorial: Terminated Oregon Indians deserve full recognition
Confederation of Chetco and Tututni Indians are seeking to be restored to federal recognition.
Native Sun News: Big crowd turns out for field hearing on IHS Native Sun News: Big crowd turns out for field hearing on IHS
More than 100 tribal members from Montana and Wyoming packed the community meeting room at a field hearing to consider Indian Health Service problems

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