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Andre Cramblit: Just a little guide to slang in Indian Country Andre Cramblit: Just a little guide to slang in Indian Country
I have always said that 90% of the world’s problems are issues of communication. Let’s hope this brings a bit of clarity.
Tribes urge Obama administration to take a stand on taxation Tribes urge Obama administration to take a stand on taxation
Encroachments by state and local governments are seen as a major hindrance to economic development in Indian Country.
Flandreau Santee Sioux Tribe eyes revenues from marijuana Flandreau Santee Sioux Tribe eyes revenues from marijuana
President Tony Reider said the tribe's current budget only covers about 55 percent of the needs in the community
Religious college with Native artifacts in violation of NAGPRA Religious college with Native artifacts in violation of NAGPRA
The Andover Newton Theological School never completed an inventory of a collection that includes at least one Tlingit sacred object.
Mark Trahant: Indian Country can learn from vote in Canada Mark Trahant: Indian Country can learn from vote in Canada
Not that elections fix everything. In Canada, like the U.S., there is no ideal representation for Native voters.
Dana Lone Elk: We are here and we are not going anywhere Dana Lone Elk: We are here and we are not going anywhere
I was recently asked why we think we need a Native American Day?
Lakota Country Times: Oglala family seeks justice for death Lakota Country Times: Oglala family seeks justice for death
In January of 2009, Darelle Red Bear, an enrolled citizen of the Oglala Lakota Nation, died in an assisted living facility while under the custody of the state of South Dakota.
Native Sun News: Native student graduation rates see boost Native Sun News: Native student graduation rates see boost
The Ateyapi program is making a huge impact on Native American student graduation rates in Rapid City, South Dakota.
Tim Ballew: Congress threatens Lummi Nation's treaty rights Tim Ballew: Congress threatens Lummi Nation's treaty rights
The Lummi Nation has faced an uphill battle in our efforts to protect our fishing area at Xwe'chi'cXen, Cherry Point, from a coal terminal.

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