Battles continue to wage over use of the 'Navajo' and 'Navaho' marks in New Mexico federal court.
Cherokee Nation sues pharmaceutical firms over drug products (May 22, 2015)
The tribe is concerned about drugs that were dispensed at one of its health care facilities.
Voters returned three incumbents to the council and chose two others in the May 9 election.
As much of our lands were clear-cut by non-Indians, the Yurok tribe knows all too well that the cost of restoring forests is much higher than the quick profits from cutting them down.
Sisseton Wahpeton Oyate ready to exercise VAWA jurisdiction (May 22, 2015)
The tribe has reached an agreement to house certain inmates in a North Dakota county jail.
The school board has come up a flag policy -- seen as a first step towards a decision -- but it was apparently developed without tribal consultation.
With the recent mass demonstrations in Seattle, tribal Nations across Turtle Island continue to lead the larger efforts to combat climate change, ending the desecration of Mother Earth, and towards protecting the welfare of future generations.
Young Native people, it's unfortunate how much you deal with on a day-to-day basis: navigating the world, developing your own beliefs, having to listen to your parents.
The Tribal Equal Access to Voting Act requires states and local governments to place polling locations on reservations and in Alaska Native villages.
Lakota Country Times: Newspaper takes home a slew of awards (May 22, 2015)
Throughout the course of 2015 there have been some major changes at Lakota Country Times.
Although she was happy to mark the end of a three year journey leading to a second master’s degree in education, Alvera Cook didn’t realize until the May 9, 2015 commencement ceremonies that she was selected as the Outstanding Graduate Student.
Racism was in your face, if you grew up breed iyeska in Rapid City, South Dakota. Racist teachers, racist cops, racist clergy, racist businessmen, racist neighbors.
Though death saturates these pages, not a word here is lugubrious. Though revelations abound, there are no cheap surprises.
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