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Catawba Nation envisions $350M film studio on reservation Catawba Nation envisions $350M film studio on reservation
The Catawba Studios could include sound stages, a hotel, a cultural center and a school for film and music.
Peruvian government to make contact with isolated tribe Peruvian government to make contact with isolated tribe
The Mashco Piro people lived in a remote area of the rainforest but have been increasingly making contact with other communities.
Native Sun News: Powwow returns to South Dakota prison Native Sun News: Powwow returns to South Dakota prison
Native American inmates in the state penitentiary were able to host invited family members to their first quarterly powwow since the summer of 2014.
Virginia governor seems less interested in hosting NFL team Virginia governor seems less interested in hosting NFL team
Officials in Virginia and Washington, D.C., are trying to lure the team with the racist mascot away from its current home in Maryland.
Standing Rock Sioux Tribe seeks to reduce rate of recidivism Standing Rock Sioux Tribe seeks to reduce rate of recidivism
The tribe is working with federal officials in two states to help convicts re-enter society.
Trial opens into racist treatment of Indian children at game Trial opens into racist treatment of Indian children at game
Only one person has been charged in connection with an ugly incident in Rapid City, South Dakota, in January.
Navajo Nation voters ease language standard for candidates Navajo Nation voters ease language standard for candidates
Turnout wasn't as strong as the recent presidential election but tribal members confirmed that they have a right to determine their own leaders.
Northern Arapaho Tribe calls shooting of men a hate crime Northern Arapaho Tribe calls shooting of men a hate crime
Stallone Trosper, 29, was killed after being shot in the head. A second tribal member, James Goggles, remains hospitalized in serious condition.
San Carlos Apache Tribe lands in DC to rally for sacred site San Carlos Apache Tribe lands in DC to rally for sacred site
After traveling 2,000 miles across the country, the Apache Stronghold is rally at the U.S. Capitol to save sacred Oak Flat from a mining development.
Witness list for House subcommittee hearing on tribal bills Witness list for House subcommittee hearing on tribal bills
Lawmakers will take testimony on a Pueblo land-into-trust bill and an Alaska Native subsistence measure.
Lakota Country Times: Community gathers to discuss race Lakota Country Times: Community gathers to discuss race
Conversations about race can at times be uncomfortable. One group in Rapid City is working to remove the stigma by bringing all races together for a healthy conversation on the topic.
Mike Myers: A fundamental right to develop our economies Mike Myers: A fundamental right to develop our economies
Over the past 30 years there has been the emergence of Indigenous economies being developed by Indigenous nations and entrepreneurs.
Gyasi Ross: Native youth carry on the strength of our people Gyasi Ross: Native youth carry on the strength of our people
Honestly, growing up Native is sometimes really hard, because sometimes it seems like not many people understand our ways or sometimes because it seems like there’s only a few of us.

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