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Walk honors children buried at site of former residential school Walk honors children buried at site of former residential school
Some of the students who went to the Regina Indian Industrial School in Saskatchewan never made it back home.
Editorial: Nebraska must do more to address liquor in Whiteclay Editorial: Nebraska must do more to address liquor in Whiteclay
It's impossible to accurately quantify human suffering with money, but the Whiteclay situation has its own facts and figure.
Pala Band takes steps to improve placement of foster children Pala Band takes steps to improve placement of foster children
The tribe is taking advantage of state and federal initiatives to protect its youth.
Tribes and urban Indians receive $21M for domestic violence Tribes and urban Indians receive $21M for domestic violence
The Administration for Children and Families and the Indian Health Service awarded the funds to tribes and urban Indian organizations in more than two dozen states.
Pointe-au-Chien Tribe sues energy giant over massive oil spill Pointe-au-Chien Tribe sues energy giant over massive oil spill
The tribe was offered less than $75,000 to settle claims arising from the Deepwater Horizon oil spill in 2010.
Inmate files lawsuits in search of Eastern Cherokee citizenship Inmate files lawsuits in search of Eastern Cherokee citizenship
Robert Sioleski, 58, claims his grandmother was Cherokee and wants membership in order to participate in ceremonies in prison.
Standing Rock Sioux Tribe brings reservation fire under control Standing Rock Sioux Tribe brings reservation fire under control
Both the North Dakota and South Dakota sides of the reservation were hit by fires in the last couple of days.
Alaska Native village reels from string of suicides among youth Alaska Native village reels from string of suicides among youth
Four young people have taken their lives in Hooper Bay, a Yup’ik community, over the last three weeks.
James Meggesto: Deadline in $940M contract support cost case James Meggesto: Deadline in $940M contract support cost case
After nearly 25 years of litigation, the proposed settlement requires the Department of the Interior to pay $940 million to resolve more than 600 tribes and tribal entities' claims for shortfalls in contract support costs funding.
Tara Houska: A symbol of racism lives on in our nation's capital Tara Houska: A symbol of racism lives on in our nation's capital
I will be reminded of the place of indigenous peoples in America’s narrative, that the well-being of our children somehow matters less than others.
Petition seeks White House response on Indigenous People's Day Petition seeks White House response on Indigenous People's Day
A growing number of tribes, schools, communities and states are joining the Indigenous People's Day movement.
Five Democratic presidential candidates meet for opening debate Five Democratic presidential candidates meet for opening debate
Lincoln Chafee, Hillary Clinton, Martin O'Malley, Bernie Sanders and Jim Webb are sharing the stage at the CNN debate in Las Vegas, Nevada.
Lydia Millet: Deaths of Native people ignored by national media Lydia Millet: Deaths of Native people ignored by national media
American Indians are more likely than any other racial group to be killed by the police, according to the Center on Juvenile and Criminal Justice.
Editorial: Another loss for Washington NFL team's racist mascot Editorial: Another loss for Washington NFL team's racist mascot
Change in tradition can be hard, and sports fans are as devoted to tradition as anyone.
Lakota Country Times: Democrats support change for sacred site Lakota Country Times: Democrats support change for sacred site
One week after the Pennington County Democratic party encouraged the U.S. Board of Geographic Names to change the name of Harney Peak to Black Elk Peak, the South Dakota Democratic Party has done the same.
Native Sun News: Director of Native Healing Program recognized Native Sun News: Director of Native Healing Program recognized
The Director of the Native Healing Program, Stanley LaRoque, received an award for his valuable contributions and dedication to the addiction and prevention profession.

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