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Blackfeet Nation gears up for action on drilling at sacred site Blackfeet Nation gears up for action on drilling at sacred site
The tribe is cheering Agriculture Secretary Tom Vilsack for opposing development in the Badger-Two Medicine Area but the battle isn't over yet.
Lakota veteran Marcella LeBeau to discuss WWII experience Lakota veteran Marcella LeBeau to discuss WWII experience
The woman from the Cheyenne River Sioux Tribe was just 24 when she volunteered to become a nurse in the U.S. Army.
South Dakota agency sued for bias against Native applicants South Dakota agency sued for bias against Native applicants
The Department of Social Services repeatedly passed over Native Americans while hiring non-Natives to work on the Pine Ridge Reservation, the Department of Justice alleged in a complaint.
John Peschong: California tribes clash over rights to sacred rock John Peschong: California tribes clash over rights to sacred rock
If preservation is the main concern of the Northern Chumash Tribal Council, as they claim, surely they would know that the Salinan Tribe must feel the same about preserving Morro Rock.
Karen Diver resigns at Fond du Lac Band to join White House Karen Diver resigns at Fond du Lac Band to join White House
Karen Diver will serve as Special Assistant to the President for Native American Affairs for President Barack Obama.
Native Hawaiian canoe circles globe in climate change mission Native Hawaiian canoe circles globe in climate change mission
The Hokule’a, which means Star of Gladness in Hawaiian, will travel more than 60,000 nautical miles around the globe, relying primarily on Native methods of navigation.
Tribal leaders to appear at House roundtable on sacred sites Tribal leaders to appear at House roundtable on sacred sites
Rep. Raul Grijalva (D-Arizona), the top Democrat on the House Natural Resources Committee, is hosting the event on Capitol Hill.
Ivan Star Comes Out: Addressing trauma in our communities Ivan Star Comes Out: Addressing trauma in our communities
We can point that proverbial finger of blame at the white man and whine endlessly about what our ancestors had to endure and for what we are coping with today until the sun stops rising but it won’t so us any good.
Company sold large number of painkillers to Oklahoma tribes Company sold large number of painkillers to Oklahoma tribes
Gulf Coast Pharmaceuticals lost its license in Oklahoma after failing to report the sales of the drugs to entities licensed by the Seneca-Cayuga Tribe and the Ponca Tribe.
Navajo Nation considers $20M loan to purchase new air fleet Navajo Nation considers $20M loan to purchase new air fleet
The tribe plans to replace three aging aircraft that were placed in service in the late 1980s and early 1990s.
Obama prepared to reject controversial Keystone XL Pipeline Obama prepared to reject controversial Keystone XL Pipeline
The Canadian company behind the project is asking the State Department to suspend review of its long-delayed application.
Mark Trahant: Counting up the Native vote for #NativeVote16 Mark Trahant: Counting up the Native vote for #NativeVote16
My goal for Trahant Reports is to make it a 'for all' place for politics in Indian Country.
Native Sun News: Northern Cheyenne activists hanging tough Native Sun News: Northern Cheyenne activists hanging tough
Many folks on the Northern Cheyenne reservation, and indeed Indian Country, are wondering about the status of the grassroots tribal members who have been faithfully camping in front of the tribal office going on two months.
James Mills: An ongoing journey to find great tribal leadership James Mills: An ongoing journey to find great tribal leadership
I am not sure how many reservations, tribal comminutes and native villages I have been to, but I am sure it numbers in the hundreds.
Steven Newcomb: System of domination built into Indian law Steven Newcomb: System of domination built into Indian law
The idea patterns of domination and so-called Christian Discovery have been written by jurists into U.S. federal Indian law, where they remain to this day.

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