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NAFSA puts a positive spin on decision in tribal lending lawsuit NAFSA puts a positive spin on decision in tribal lending lawsuit
The law firm that represents the tribes in the case also called it a victory.
Don Marks: Native people reclaim their identity through names Don Marks: Native people reclaim their identity through names
Exploring the many terms used to describe Native people in Canada and the United States.
Saginaw Chippewa Tribe declares war against substance abuse Saginaw Chippewa Tribe declares war against substance abuse
Chief Steve Pego signed a birch bark document outlining the declaration last week.
Public News Service: New school focuses on Dakota and Ojibwe Public News Service: New school focuses on Dakota and Ojibwe
The Bdote Learning Center is a new school in Minnesota that immerses students in the Ojibwe or Dakota languages.
Second member of Native Mob sentenced to 24 years in prison Second member of Native Mob sentenced to 24 years in prison
Anthony Francis Cree pleaded for leniency despite being convicted on attempted murder, assault and drug charges.
Tristan Picotte: Eagles play an important role in Lakota culture Tristan Picotte: Eagles play an important role in Lakota culture
Young member of the Cheyenne River Sioux Tribe explains why eagles are important in Lakota culture.
Jon Whirlwind Horse: New schools bring hope for Indian children Jon Whirlwind Horse: New schools bring hope for Indian children
The president of the Dakota Area Consortium of Treaty Schools proposes a new way to fund school construction and maintenance in Indian Country.
Gyasi Ross: Why African Americans should care about mascots Gyasi Ross: Why African Americans should care about mascots
African Americans and Native Americans share a common goal -- the elimination of the Washington NFL team's racist mascot.
Washington city could turn Columbus Day into Coast Salish Day Washington city could turn Columbus Day into Coast Salish Day
Roxanne Murphy, a member of the Nooksack Tribe who serves on the city council in Bellingham, came up with the idea.
Mark Trahant: A lot stake for Native voters in Montana this year Mark Trahant: A lot stake for Native voters in Montana this year
Montanans have long recognized the importance of the Native vote.
Column: Joba Chamberlain shares his life story through tattoos Column: Joba Chamberlain shares his life story through tattoos
Joba Chamberlain, a member of the Winnebago Tribe who plays for the Detroit Tigers, explains the meaning of his tattoos.
Navajo Nation won't delay election despite presidential dispute Navajo Nation won't delay election despite presidential dispute
Voters will go to the polls on November 4 as originally scheduled.
BIA extends comment period for changes to rights-of-way rule BIA extends comment period for changes to rights-of-way rule
Comment are now being accepted until November 3 and a tribal consultation session will be held during the National Congress of American Indians annual conference later this month.
Native Sun News: Harvest the Hope concert unites Keystone foes Native Sun News: Harvest the Hope concert unites Keystone foes
Cowboys and Indians; West coast and East Coast; brown and white; rich and poor; 8,000 people gathered on a farm owned by Art and Helen Tanderup in solidarity

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