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Tribal members in Minnesota assert treaty right to gather wild rice Tribal members in Minnesota assert treaty right to gather wild rice
The 1855 Treaty Authority hopes to provoke a court battle to confirm off-reservation harvesting rights.
Supreme Court Justice Thomas favors conservative leaning briefs Supreme Court Justice Thomas favors conservative leaning briefs
A study looked a majority opinions issued by the high court and found a striking ideological overlap from a justice who has been hostile to Indian interests.
Opinion: Supreme Court should pass on Jim Thorpe NAGPRA case Opinion: Supreme Court should pass on Jim Thorpe NAGPRA case
The petition to move the remains of the greatest athlete this planet ever produced from Pennsylvania to Oklahoma is surely being examined this summer with a special level of intrigue by the justices and their inner circle.
County sheriff questions authority of tribal officers in New Mexico County sheriff questions authority of tribal officers in New Mexico
Rio Arriba County Sheriff James Lujan doesn't think Ohkay Owingeh has authority to ticket non-Indians in tribal court.
Native executive wasn't surprised by 'No Natives please' rental ad Native executive wasn't surprised by 'No Natives please' rental ad
Namerind Housing Corporation helps Native people find housing in a city where they often face discrimination.
County hopes to revive foreclosure lawsuit against Cayuga Nation County hopes to revive foreclosure lawsuit against Cayuga Nation
The Supreme Court refused to entertain an appeal after the county's law firm missed a critical deadline.
Washington Supreme Court affirms legality of tribal gas compacts Washington Supreme Court affirms legality of tribal gas compacts
A non-Indian group disputed a provision that requires tax revenues to be shared with tribes.
Mike Myers: Tribes deserve our own seats on international level Mike Myers: Tribes deserve our own seats on international level
We need a lot of de-colonizing of our thinking, our perceptions, our relations and our actions leading to the re-assertion of Indigenous nations and civilizations.
Kyle Mays: Connections between Creole and Native communities Kyle Mays: Connections between Creole and Native communities
If you scour the Internet, you can find numerous sites that celebrate being Creole, but they don’t usually cite a specific Indigenous community or tribe.
Simon Moya-Smith: A Republican slur on our indigenous relatives Simon Moya-Smith: A Republican slur on our indigenous relatives
For years I’ve said it is ironic that the descendants of a continent across an ocean would have the audacity to refer to the southern indigenous people of this continent as 'illegal.'
Navajo Nation to reopen irrigation canal after Gold King mine spill Navajo Nation to reopen irrigation canal after Gold King mine spill
Farmers and ranchers on the Navajo Nation will finally be able to supply water to their crops and livestock, three weeks after the incident at an abandoned mine.
Nooksack Tribe concerned about impact of slowly melting glaciers Nooksack Tribe concerned about impact of slowly melting glaciers
Water levels will affect the survival of salmon and other fish that play a key role in tribal culture.
Native Sun News: First Nations Sculpture Garden breaks ground Native Sun News: First Nations Sculpture Garden breaks ground
The vision of having a place that immortalizes in bronze four iconic figures who left their indelible mark on Native history, medicine, religion, philosophy, art, law and public policy is one step closer to becoming a reality.
James Giago Davies: There's trouble brewing on the racist horizon James Giago Davies: There's trouble brewing on the racist horizon
Kids are ready to go back to school, football season about to kick off, it seems like just another late August, but something is brewing, something disturbing moves in a mysterious way.
Native Sun News: Lower Brule Sioux Tribe misses Cobell deadline Native Sun News: Lower Brule Sioux Tribe misses Cobell deadline
Acting Chairman Kevin Wright announced that the Lower Brule Sioux Tribe has missed the deadline for administering their Cobell Land Buy Back program.

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