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Ponca Tribe sends twelve youth to White House conference Ponca Tribe sends twelve youth to White House conference
The young tribal members accepted the Generation Indigenous challenge and created the Ponca Pantry to collect food, clothing and other items for elders.
Lac Du Flambeau Band  man sentenced for abusing young girls Lac Du Flambeau Band man sentenced for abusing young girls
Edward Joseph Peterson will serve seven years in federal prison on top of a four-year sentence for abuse in the state of Wisconsin.
Gila River Indian Community files suit to protect sacred place Gila River Indian Community files suit to protect sacred place
The South Mountain Freeway would cut through the South Mountains over the tribe's objections.
Morongo Band interested in acquiring Colt gun manufacturer Morongo Band interested in acquiring Colt gun manufacturer
The iconic company declared bankruptcy earlier this month and owes $500 million to creditors.
Washington governor supports repatriation of Kennewick Man Washington governor supports repatriation of Kennewick Man
Pacific Northwest tribes have been waiting nearly two decades to rebury an ancestor who has been linked to them by DNA.
BIA adopts new policy regarding federal recognition process BIA adopts new policy regarding federal recognition process
All groups seeking recognition, clarification or affirmation of their status must follow the same rules.
Gyasi Ross gets nod for 'Marlon Brando' single off new release Gyasi Ross gets nod for 'Marlon Brando' single off new release
The attorney and author is garnering critical praise for ISSKOOTSIK, his first release.
Alaska Native man finally out on parole in 1997 homicide case Alaska Native man finally out on parole in 1997 homicide case
Four men were convicted of a crime they insist they did not commit and are seeking a new trial.
Lobbyists met at White House to discuss federal recognition Lobbyists met at White House to discuss federal recognition
Lobbyists for the Morongo Band of California and aides to Sen. Patrick Murphy (D-Connecticut) argued against a prior version of the rule.
Yvette Roubideaux: Making progress at Indian Health Service Yvette Roubideaux: Making progress at Indian Health Service
I joined the Indian Health Service knowing that there was much work to do and there were no quick fixes available.
Supreme Court adds second Indian law case to upcoming term Supreme Court adds second Indian law case to upcoming term
The justices agreed to resolve a self-determination dispute that will affect how much the Indian Health Service owes to tribes.
Sarah Sunshine Manning: Even toys carry harmful messages Sarah Sunshine Manning: Even toys carry harmful messages
It is exhausting explaining why Indian mascots or the Confederate flag are degrading and harmful to our children.
Patrick Murphy: Star Trek's William Shatner visits Navajo Nation Patrick Murphy: Star Trek's William Shatner visits Navajo Nation
The Churchrock Chapter on the Navajo Nation is now a part of American motorcycle history.
Native Sun News: BLM to update plan for land near Bear Butte Native Sun News: BLM to update plan for land near Bear Butte
The 6,693-acre Fort Meade Recreation Area between Bear Butte and Sturgis would remain a Special Recreation Management Area, with motorized travel limited to existing roads and trails.
Lakota Country Times: Oglala Sioux leader pushes zeolite mine Lakota Country Times: Oglala Sioux leader pushes zeolite mine
Despite a recent vote by community members in the Wounded Knee district to rescind an earlier motion that would have paved the way for zeolite mining in their district the issue will be brought up at the next meeting.
Native Sun News: Wambli Ska group shares culture with youth Native Sun News: Wambli Ska group shares culture with youth
The Wambli Ska Drum & Dance Society in Rapid City is using their resources to share Native American culture with others.
Alex Jacobs: Fake Indians damage the real Indian community Alex Jacobs: Fake Indians damage the real Indian community
Native Americans and Skins in general know all about people passing and posing as Indians, there’s a long history of the characters appropriating their way into our cultures.

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