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Brian Young: This Navajo filmmaker won't be walking off Netflix Brian Young: This Navajo filmmaker won't be walking off Netflix
Netflix is a company. It’s not a person with which can be reasoned. It will not understand a conversation on how degrading and damaging ‘injun’ stereotypes can be.
UNITY hosts 'Empower Your Lakota Story' event in South Dakota UNITY hosts 'Empower Your Lakota Story' event in South Dakota
The regional media summit takes place Saturday, May 2, at the American Horse School on the Pine Ridge Reservation.
Crow Tribe to use $1.2M grant to establish veterans cemetery Crow Tribe to use $1.2M grant to establish veterans cemetery
The Apsaalooke Veterans Cemetery in Crow Agency ensures that tribal veterans will be buried close to home.
Navajo Nation's zoo helps provide eagle feathers to members Navajo Nation's zoo helps provide eagle feathers to members
Going through the National Eagle Repository takes years but the tribe is able to reduce the wait through a special program.
John Barrasso: More work needed to address reservation roads John Barrasso: More work needed to address reservation roads
We must work to ensure that federal agencies, such as the BIA, provide all the necessary flexibility the tribes need to move forward faster with road and bridge rehabilitation and construction projects.
Jay Daniels: There's a whole lotta shaking going on in Oklahoma Jay Daniels: There's a whole lotta shaking going on in Oklahoma
In one recent day, the U.S. Geological Survey recorded seven small earthquakes shaking central Oklahoma in a span of about 14 hours.
Opinion: Connecticut takes wrong approach with tribal lenders Opinion: Connecticut takes wrong approach with tribal lenders
While payday lending is technically illegal in Connecticut, Federally-recognized Native American tribes and their elected representatives are immune from Connecticut process and suit.
Judge imposes long sentence for Montana reservation death Judge imposes long sentence for Montana reservation death
A Blackfeet Nation man was sentenced to 60 years for the death of a member of the Confederated Salish and Kootenai Tribes.
Tribal members support new name for sacred Black Hills peak Tribal members support new name for sacred Black Hills peak
The South Dakota Board on Geographic Names heard near unanimous support for changing the name of Harney Peak to Black Elk Peak.
Republican lawmakers kill Indian mascot measure in Colorado Republican lawmakers kill Indian mascot measure in Colorado
Indian students and parents testified in support of the bill but it was stopped by a party-line vote.
Pechanga Band to reclaim collection of ancestors and artifacts Pechanga Band to reclaim collection of ancestors and artifacts
The collection includes more than 50,000 items that were taken from the first village of the Luiseno people.
Interview with attorney about marijuana for tribes in Oklahoma Interview with attorney about marijuana for tribes in Oklahoma
Attorney Gerald L. Jackson: Although more than 20 states have legalized either medical or recreation marijuana use, marijuana is illegal in all of its forms under Oklahoma law.
Silent 1920s film with all Indian cast set for commercial release Silent 1920s film with all Indian cast set for commercial release
The cast features about 300 Comanche and Kiowa tribal members and was nearly lost to history until a copy was acquired by the Oklahoma Historical Society.
North Dakota tribe re-examines agreement after oil tax changes North Dakota tribe re-examines agreement after oil tax changes
Chairman Mark Fox said the tribe will consider withdrawing from a 2008 revenue-sharing agreement.
Vince Two Eagles: The top 10 influential people in Indian Country Vince Two Eagles: The top 10 influential people in Indian Country
Time magazine recently published their 100 Most Influential People List for this year. Unless I missed it, there were no Natives included in their list.
Clara Caufield: Off-reservation Cheyenne need a voice with tribe Clara Caufield: Off-reservation Cheyenne need a voice with tribe
Over the past 40 years, I have also lived off the reservation many times for years at a stretch, always returning in sort of a love-hate relationship.
Lakota Country Times: Rosebud walk raises awareness of autism Lakota Country Times: Rosebud walk raises awareness of autism
Elementary students were accompanied by their family members and school staff on a walk to bring awareness to autism on the Rosebud Reservation.
Native Sun News: Juvenile center offers services to Native youth Native Sun News: Juvenile center offers services to Native youth
The Juvenile Services Center, formerly Juvenile Detention Center, is more than just a facility for locking up our youth in Rapid City.
Allison Renville: Inviting President Obama to Sisseton-Wahpeton Allison Renville: Inviting President Obama to Sisseton-Wahpeton
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