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Opinion: Resource brings tribal culture to Oklahoma students Opinion: Resource brings tribal culture to Oklahoma students
Janet Barressi, the superintendent of the Oklahoma Department of Education, encourages use of the Oklahoma Indian Education Resource.
Kevin Abourezk: Lincoln Indian Center eyes $12M for new home Kevin Abourezk: Lincoln Indian Center eyes $12M for new home
Kevin Abourezk reports on plans by the Lincoln Indian Center to raise $12 million for a new building.
Uranium mining leaves a long-lasting legacy on Navajo Nation Uranium mining leaves a long-lasting legacy on Navajo Nation
The Arizona Republic ran a three-part series on the toxic legacy of uranium mining on the Navajo Nation.
Hoopa Valley man takes over as supervisor of national forest Hoopa Valley man takes over as supervisor of national forest
Merv George said he is the first American Indian to serve as supervisor in the U.S. Forest Service.
Russ Kepfer: Washington water quality plan doesn't help tribes Russ Kepfer: Washington water quality plan doesn't help tribes
Russ Kepfer, the vice chairman of the Lower Elhwa Klallam Tribe, discusses water quality standards being proposed by Washington Gov. Jay Inslee (D).
Narragansett Tribe investigates stabbing at powwow grounds Narragansett Tribe investigates stabbing at powwow grounds
A 37-year-old man was reported to be in serious condition after being stabbed at the powwow grounds.
Confederated Salish and Kootenai Tribes report 44 fires so far Confederated Salish and Kootenai Tribes report 44 fires so far
Some fires have been deemed suspicious and remain under investigation.
Opinion: NFL team seeks to whitewash history with Indian art Opinion: NFL team seeks to whitewash history with Indian art
Writer criticizes Washington NFL team owner Dan Snyder for targeting vulnerable communities with his Original Americans Foundation.
Opinion: North Dakota takes wrong approach to flaring issues Opinion: North Dakota takes wrong approach to flaring issues
Writer questions the fees being proposed by the Mandan, Hidatsa and Arikara Nation to reduce flaring on the reservation.
California county opposes changes to federal recognition rules California county opposes changes to federal recognition rules
Officials in Napa County also oppose federal recognition for the Mishewal Wappo Tribe.
Opinion: Chief Pocatello forced to live on reservation in Idaho Opinion: Chief Pocatello forced to live on reservation in Idaho
Writer reflects on the life of Chief Pocatello, a Shoshone leader who signed the Fort Bridger Treaty of 1868.
Steven Newcomb: Judging our nations by white man's thinking Steven Newcomb: Judging our nations by white man's thinking
Steven Newcomb debunks some of the wild assertions made about Indian history and policy in America: Imagine a World without Her by Dinesh D’Souza.
Bill John Baker: Cherokee Nation welcomes all to annual holiday Bill John Baker: Cherokee Nation welcomes all to annual holiday
Cherokee Nation Chief Bill John Baker invites everyone to the 62nd annual Cherokee National Holiday.
Native Sun News: Indigenous Riders roar through reservations Native Sun News: Indigenous Riders roar through reservations
A small number of people with big hearts roared into Pine Ridge last week to provide a buffalo feed, stories, and some much needed relaxation to members of the community.
Tim Giago: NFL team's mascot will slowly fade like an old soldier Tim Giago: NFL team's mascot will slowly fade like an old soldier
I started writing locally about the use of the word 'Redskins' in 1982 and I wrote about it nationally for Newsweek Magazine in the January 27, 1992 issue.
Peter d'Errico: 'Buffalo Shout Salmon Cry' takes on colonialism Peter d'Errico: 'Buffalo Shout Salmon Cry' takes on colonialism
Peter d'Errico praises Buffalo Shout, Salmon Cry: Conversations on Creation, Land Justice, and Life Together for its 'courageous' critique of Christian colonialism.
Andre Cramblit: My rules for teaching American Indian students Andre Cramblit: My rules for teaching American Indian students
Andre Cramblit shares some of the lessons he's learned from 30 years as an Indian educator.

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