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Genetic analysis confirms Kennewick Man was Native American Genetic analysis confirms Kennewick Man was Native American
'We have always maintained the belief that the Ancient One was one of us,' Colville Tribes Chairman Jim Boyd said.
Documentary about Freedmen struggle premieres in Oklahoma Documentary about Freedmen struggle premieres in Oklahoma
The Freedmen are fighting to retain citizenship rights in the Cherokee Nation.
Federal judge strikes down sex offender program in Minnesota Federal judge strikes down sex offender program in Minnesota
The state has used civil commitment to confine tribal members who reside in Indian Country.
Treasury Department announces plan to put woman on $10 bill Treasury Department announces plan to put woman on $10 bill
The Women on 20s group drew national attention to the lack of a woman on any of the nation's paper currency.
Senate committee focuses on access to capital in Indian Country Senate committee focuses on access to capital in Indian Country
Funding for the loan guarantee program at the Bureau of Indian Affairs and the community development financial institutions fund at the Department of Treasury remains low.
Gary Davis: A new day for economic prosperity in Indian Country Gary Davis: A new day for economic prosperity in Indian Country
Entrepreneurship has always been essential to our identity, and that remains true in 2015.
The Canary: Guess what guys - the Chumash Tribe was here first The Canary: Guess what guys - the Chumash Tribe was here first
With the legislation pushing on one end and an application tentatively approved by the Bureau of Indian Affairs pushing on the other, this story’s got legs.
Lawmakers slam county for poor dealings with Chumash Tribe Lawmakers slam county for poor dealings with Chumash Tribe
Conflict between tribal and local governments was on full display as the House Subcommittee on Indian, Insular and Alaska Native Affairs heard testimony on three bills.
Confederated Salish and Kootenai Tribes see 4K acres from buy-back Confederated Salish and Kootenai Tribes see 4K acres from buy-back
Individual Indian landowners received $5.4 million for their factional interests, which were then transferred to the tribal government.
Native Sun News: Rapid City proclaims 'Year of Reconciliation' Native Sun News: Rapid City proclaims 'Year of Reconciliation'
In the year 2015, the issue of racism is still front and center, although reconciliation was declared 25 years ago by Governor George Mickelson.
Ivan Star Comes Out: A dream from the Black Hills stays alive Ivan Star Comes Out: A dream from the Black Hills stays alive
I realized that what I see today and in my dream originates largely from the loss of the Lakota nuclear family unit.
Amy Hornby Uribe: Hobby Lobby trafficks in racist stereotypes Amy Hornby Uribe: Hobby Lobby trafficks in racist stereotypes
As a major retail chain that serves clientele in Indian Country, Hobby Lobby needs to ask what it can do to care for local endangered traditions, not what it can do to exploit negative stereotypes.

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