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Delaware Tribe won't pay contracts signed by former chief Delaware Tribe won't pay contracts signed by former chief
A new set of tribal leaders dismantled one of the tribe's businesses and fired all of its employees after winning an election last November.
IHS debuts new facility on San Carlos Apache Reservation IHS debuts new facility on San Carlos Apache Reservation
The 179,000 square-foot San Carlos Apache Tribe Health Center in Peridot, Arizona, cost $116 million.
Tribal lenders praise Treasury Department study of industry Tribal lenders praise Treasury Department study of industry
The Native American Financial Services Association represents tribes with online lending operations.
American Indian Graduate Center names four board members American Indian Graduate Center names four board members
Stacy Leeds, Steven L. A. Stallings, Dana Arviso and Holly Cook Macarro joined the board of directors.
Julianne Jennings: Confederate flag brings back racial trauma Julianne Jennings: Confederate flag brings back racial trauma
The Confederate flag quickly became the symbol of white privilege and segregation, the oppression of Black people and the fight by Southern states to preserve slavery.
White House: A historic gathering for Native American youth White House: A historic gathering for Native American youth
The gathering wasn’t just about listening. Rather, it was about spurring action and change.
Interview: San Carlos Apache Tribe fights mine at sacred site Interview: San Carlos Apache Tribe fights mine at sacred site
Indian Country Today interviews Chairman Terry Rambler about the battle to save sacred Oak Flat in Arizona from a mining development.
Opinion: Custer is a long-lasting symbol of racism in the West Opinion: Custer is a long-lasting symbol of racism in the West
It’s easy for us Westerners to wag fingers of political correctness at those states south of the Mason-Dixon line, criticizing their legacy of race relations.
Charles Trimble: A tribute to our great Indian woman leaders Charles Trimble: A tribute to our great Indian woman leaders
In my eighty years, especially the forty-plus years of my involvement in Indian affairs, I have gotten to know many great Indian leaders who were women.
Opinion: Lac du Flambeau Band works to diversify economy Opinion: Lac du Flambeau Band works to diversify economy
The Lac du Flambeau Business Development Corp. didn’t invent diversification, even in Indian Country, but its goal is to make it a reality for the tribe.
Navajo Nation holds referendum on language fluency standard Navajo Nation holds referendum on language fluency standard
Tribal members will decide whether future presidential and vice presidential candidates must be fluent in the Navajo language.
Adam Sandler discusses controversy over stereotypes in film Adam Sandler discusses controversy over stereotypes in film
Actor claims the film will be 'pro-Indian' and won't depict Indian people in an unflattering way.
Mississippi Choctaw man dies after being placed in county jail Mississippi Choctaw man dies after being placed in county jail
Rexdale Wayne Henry, 53, was found dead in his cell on July 14.
Senate Indian Affairs Committee to hold business meeting Senate Indian Affairs Committee to hold business meeting
Lawmakers will consider a bill to address the lack of victim services in Indian Country while the other addresses road and bridge safety on reservations.
House panel sets hearing on Pueblo and Alaska Native bills House panel sets hearing on Pueblo and Alaska Native bills
The House Subcommittee on Indian, Insular, and Alaska Native Affairs will take testimony on the two bills.
Lakota Country Times: Theater makes impact at Pine Ridge Lakota Country Times: Theater makes impact at Pine Ridge
Angel Reddest, the owner of Nunpa Theatre on the Pine Ridge Reservation in South Dakota, really loves the movies.
Native Sun News: Tribes denied voice in Keystone hearings Native Sun News: Tribes denied voice in Keystone hearings
Tribal leaders and allies demanded more input on TransCanada Corp.’s Keystone XL tar-sands crude-oil pipeline permit application, announcing a Four Directions Resistance Ride, March and Rally to precede final evidentiary hearings.
Ellen Guttillo Whitehouse: I was duped by Andrea Smith too Ellen Guttillo Whitehouse: I was duped by Andrea Smith too
Andrea Smith and her sister, Justine Smith are NOT Cherokee.
Alex Jacobs: Forced labor remains an issue around the globe Alex Jacobs: Forced labor remains an issue around the globe
Indigenous people survived slavery on this continent and it is part of our Historical Trauma yet it continues around the world as the seamy underbelly of Corporate Globalization.

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