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Court to hear dispute over residential school documents in July Court to hear dispute over residential school documents in July
Survivors submitted testimony and documents regarding abuse they suffered.
Confederated Salish and Kootenai Tribes waiting on appraisals Confederated Salish and Kootenai Tribes waiting on appraisals
Tribal members could see $7.3 million for their fractionated interests.
Ambassador Harper discusses racism against Native peoples Ambassador Harper discusses racism against Native peoples
Cherokee Nation citizen cited discrimination in housing, denial of religious freedoms and high rates of violence against Native women.
KRCB: Yurok Tribe works to return condors in northern California KRCB: Yurok Tribe works to return condors in northern California
The Yurok Tribe is bringing one of its most important birds back to northern California.
Terri Hansen: Far too many Superfund sites in Indian Country Terri Hansen: Far too many Superfund sites in Indian Country
Terri Hansen highlights a few of the 532 Superfund sites in Indian Country.
Editorial: Return land at lake to original owners in North Dakota Editorial: Return land at lake to original owners in North Dakota
North Dakota newspaper supports return of land around Lake Sakakawea to the original owners and not to the Mandan, Hidatsa and Arikara Nation.
Simon Moya-Smith: Native people are still here and still strong Simon Moya-Smith: Native people are still here and still strong
Simon Moya-Smith discusses the emergence of the Native American voice in the mainstream media.
Washington NFL team remains defiant after losing trademarks Washington NFL team remains defiant after losing trademarks
Another court battle awaits young Native activists who proved the team's marks are disparaging.
Editorial: Racial slurs don't deserve trademark protection in US Editorial: Racial slurs don't deserve trademark protection in US
The New York Times calls on the Washington NFL to stop using a racial slur against Native people.
Adrian Jawort: Mascot debate exposes racism on national level Adrian Jawort: Mascot debate exposes racism on national level
Adrian Jawort discusses how the debate over the Washington NFL team's mascot exposes ignorance.
Josh Saxon: Karuk Tribe backs Klamath restoration agreement Josh Saxon: Karuk Tribe backs Klamath restoration agreement
Josh Saxon, a council member for the Karuk Tribe of California, explains the need for the Klamath Basin Restoration Agreement.
Gyasi Ross: Shoni Schimmel brings rez basketball to the majors Gyasi Ross: Shoni Schimmel brings rez basketball to the majors
Gyasi Ross recognizes the Rez Ball talents of Schoni Schimmel, a player in the WNBA.
Native Sun News: South Dakota tribes barred from Obama meet Native Sun News: South Dakota tribes barred from Obama meet
Tribes from South Dakota were barred from a round table discussion that President Obama had with tribal leaders from North Dakota.

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