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Janine Pease: Keeping students safe from bullying at school Janine Pease: Keeping students safe from bullying at school
The founding president at Little Bighorn College in Montana discussing bullying in schools.
PRI: Exhibit tells story of Indian men sold into slavery in 1600s PRI: Exhibit tells story of Indian men sold into slavery in 1600s
Squanto, who later greeted the Pilgrims in Massachusetts, had been captured and sold into slavery.
Jessy Hegland: Honoring my roots as an adopted Indian child Jessy Hegland: Honoring my roots as an adopted Indian child
Writer was adopted out of the Spirit Lake Nation.
Woman from Eastern Shoshone Tribe dies after attack by dogs Woman from Eastern Shoshone Tribe dies after attack by dogs
Deanne Lynn Coando, 40, was a mother and a grandmother.
Voters send four Indian candiates to South Dakota Legislature Voters send four Indian candiates to South Dakota Legislature
Two are serving in the Senate and the other two are in the House.
ICT interview with Assistant Secretary Kevin Washburn at BIA ICT interview with Assistant Secretary Kevin Washburn at BIA
Indian Country Today publishes part three of an interview with the head of the Bureau of Indian Affairs.
Tribal members in Arizona find easier route for birth certificates Tribal members in Arizona find easier route for birth certificates
A new policy only requires two documents to show whether a tribal citizen was born in Arizona.
Wind River tribal judge presides over first same-sex marriage Wind River tribal judge presides over first same-sex marriage
Saun and Renee Allen took their vows before family and friends at the tribal courthouse.
Ticket with Native candidate secures governor's office in Alaska Ticket with Native candidate secures governor's office in Alaska
Byron Mallott, who is Tlingit, will become lieutenant governor.
Navajo Nation Council approves controversial tax on junk food Navajo Nation Council approves controversial tax on junk food
The bill imposes an additional 2 percent tax on soda and sugary foods.
Column: 1864 incident in Nebraska started the Great Sioux War Column: 1864 incident in Nebraska started the Great Sioux War
Historian discusses an August 1864 attack that marked the start of a prolonged war between Sioux Nations and the United States.
Rosebud Sioux Tribe slams House vote on Keystone XL Pipeline Rosebud Sioux Tribe slams House vote on Keystone XL Pipeline
Rosebud President Cyril Scott said approval of the controversial project was an 'act of war against our people.'
Native Sun News: New food guide promotes tribal bison efforts Native Sun News: New food guide promotes tribal bison efforts
Sustainable Harvest Alliance not only connects tribal bison ranchers with markets, it encourages environmental sustainability, humane livestock practices, and Native American cultural resilience.
Ivan Star Comes Out: Empower our youth to forge better lives Ivan Star Comes Out: Empower our youth to forge better lives
Our educational curriculum is embarrassingly inefficient as the Indian Reorganization Act of 1934 and all its particulars have been omitted.
Tim Giago: The final Indian war in America is about to begin Tim Giago: The final Indian war in America is about to begin
Violating the human and religious rights of a people in order to create jobs and low cost fuel is the worst form of capitalism.
John Christian Hopkins: Rulings from the nation's racism czar John Christian Hopkins: Rulings from the nation's racism czar
I am urging President Obama to appoint me the nation’s first Racism Czar.
S.E. Ruckman: Series on health care law and Indian Country S.E. Ruckman: Series on health care law and Indian Country
Taking a closer look at the Affordable Care Act and its impact in Indian Country.
Julianne Jennings: Site promotes Indian and African alliances Julianne Jennings: Site promotes Indian and African alliances
I Love Ancestry promotes alliances between Native Americans and African Americans.
Mike Taylor: The reality of being homeless in Indian Country Mike Taylor: The reality of being homeless in Indian Country
A day in the life of a homeless Indian.
Garfield Steele: Oglala Sioux Tribe must protect our children Garfield Steele: Oglala Sioux Tribe must protect our children
Council member for the Oglala Sioux Tribe says sexual predators who live on the reservation should be revealed.

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