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Oneida Nation gears up for third annual food sovereignty summit Oneida Nation gears up for third annual food sovereignty summit
The unique event focuses on ways to help Indian Country achieve food sovereignty and build food systems and businesses.
Bill strips Bureau of Indian Affairs of federal recognition powers Bill strips Bureau of Indian Affairs of federal recognition powers
A top Republican asserts that Congress -- and only Congress -- can recognize tribal governments.
Director of FBI discusses Indian Country initiatives in testimony Director of FBI discusses Indian Country initiatives in testimony
Homicide, crimes against children and felony assaults represent 75 percent of the agency's caseload.
Little election activity at National Congress of American Indians Little election activity at National Congress of American Indians
Brian Cladoosby secured another term as the president of the nation's largest inter-tribal organization after no one ran against him.
Republican Jeb Bush wants to move DOI headquarters out West Republican Jeb Bush wants to move DOI headquarters out West
The majority of Bureau of Indian Affairs and Office of Special Trustee employees are already in and near Indian Country.
Carly McIntosh: Finding our missing and murdered Native women Carly McIntosh: Finding our missing and murdered Native women
As you stand by the Assiniboine River you hear the running of Mother Earth's water, as well as feel her love flowing near you.
Clara Caufield: Northern and Southern Cheyenne are still related Clara Caufield: Northern and Southern Cheyenne are still related
Thanks to my good friend Talli Nauman, Native Sun Health and Environment Editor, I found myself in Oklahoma City for a week long hiatus, a speaker at the 25th convention of the Society for Environmental Journalists.
Lakota Country Times: Food sovereignty at Rosebud Reservation Lakota Country Times: Food sovereignty at Rosebud Reservation
An initiative on the Rosebud Reservation promoting food sovereignty closed a successful first season by providing a meal to area residents attending a community farmer’s market.
Native Sun News: Inmates express concerns at prison pow wow Native Sun News: Inmates express concerns at prison pow wow
The pow wow at the Jameson Annex in the South Dakota State Penitentiary in Sioux Falls returned to the gymnasium on October 17 after being banned by prison officials in recent years.
Andre Cramblit: Another helpful guide to slang in Indian Country Andre Cramblit: Another helpful 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.
Groups challenging Indian Child Welfare Act lose round in court Groups challenging Indian Child Welfare Act lose round in court
Congress passed ICWA in 1978 to prevent the removal of Indian children from Indian homes but compliance remains uneven.

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