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Bishop Paiute Tribe defends officer facing charges in county Bishop Paiute Tribe defends officer facing charges in county
The tribe says the charges against officer Daniel Johnson are an affront to its sovereignty.
Member of Narragansett Tribe contests federal prosecution Member of Narragansett Tribe contests federal prosecution
Troy Lake Simonds is accused of stabbing another tribal member at the powwow grounds on the reservation.
Ute Tribe won't stop work on center despite threat from city Ute Tribe won't stop work on center despite threat from city
The tribe says the land falls within reservation boundaries and isn't under the city's jurisdiction.
Northern Cheyenne Tribe enters debate over legal marijuana Northern Cheyenne Tribe enters debate over legal marijuana
A tribal member wants the issue put to a referendum on the reservation.
Judge backs Colorado River Indian Tribes in jurisdiction case Judge backs Colorado River Indian Tribes in jurisdiction case
The decision means the tribe's court can move forward with eviction proceedings against a non-Indian man who has refused to pay rent.
Doug George-Kanentiio: Mohawk man stands up for his people Doug George-Kanentiio: Mohawk man stands up for his people
Kanaharonton-Alvin Jock is a Mohawk businessman, known throughout Akwesasne for this towing service and car parts.
Opinion: Eliminating racist mascot was the right thing to do Opinion: Eliminating racist mascot was the right thing to do
When I raised my hand to vote in a classroom at Neshaminy High School nearly 18 months ago, I was unaware of the battle I was about to ignite as editor-in-chief of The Playwickian, my school's newspaper.
Cedric Sunray: BIA played role in tribe's racist marriage policy Cedric Sunray: BIA played role in tribe's racist marriage policy
The Pamunkey Tribe has recently come under fire by the Congressional Black Caucus for, until very recently, their constitutional prohibition of intermarriage with black people.
Opinion: Indian Country continues to suffer in media silence Opinion: Indian Country continues to suffer in media silence
What Indians lack today is an Indian version of Al Sharpton who would pop up here and there in an instant and start angry marches, fiery debates, inflaming emotions and cause tons of publicity.
Native Sun News: Rapid City paper admits error with headline Native Sun News: Rapid City paper admits error with headline
Since the founding of Hay Camp in 1876, race relations between Native Americans and whites in the Rapid City area have been tainted and marred by instances like those which took place at the Rushmore Plaza Civic Center these past few weeks.
Native Sun News: Northern Cheyenne Tribe settles with church Native Sun News: Northern Cheyenne Tribe settles with church
Tribal officials do not know when they will be able to speak about the settlement, but it will certainly not be until after a final agreement is completed.
Onondaga Nation attorney Tonya Gonnella Frichner dies at 67 Onondaga Nation attorney Tonya Gonnella Frichner dies at 67
Frichner dedicated her life to the protection of indigenous rights.

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