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Native Sun News: Family questions FBI over death on Rosebud Sioux Reservation Native Sun News: Family questions FBI over death on Rosebud Sioux Reservation
On November 1, Loren 'Low' Two Eagle came into Parmalee from his house in the country three miles north of town to visit family and attend church services with his mother.
Virginia tribes continue to pay tribute required by 1677 treaty Virginia tribes continue to pay tribute required by 1677 treaty
The Pamunkey Tribe and the Upper Mattaponi Tribe presented two deer, pottery, a bracelet and a bolo tie to Gov. Terry McAuliffe (D).
Oneida Nation opens first branch location of tribal-owned bank Oneida Nation opens first branch location of tribal-owned bank
The tribe started Bay Bank in 1995 and became the sole owner in 2000.
Martie Simmons: Every Native parent dreads this time of year Martie Simmons: Every Native parent dreads this time of year
It is that time of the year again, one every Native parent dreads.
Presidential Medal of Freedom presented to late Billy Frank Jr. Presidential Medal of Freedom presented to late Billy Frank Jr.
President Barack Obama recognized the late treaty rights activist with the nation's highest civilian honor.
Steve Russell: The real origins of the world's terrorism crisis Steve Russell: The real origins of the world's terrorism crisis
The petrodollar arrangement requires Washington’s hypocrisy regarding human rights and Saudi hypocrisy in choosing comfort over the expansion of Islam.
Eric Metaxas: The 'miracle' of Squanto and the first Thanksgiving Eric Metaxas: The 'miracle' of Squanto and the first Thanksgiving
The story of how the Pilgrims arrived at our shores on the Mayflower—and how a friendly Patuxet native named Squanto showed them how to plant corn, using fish as fertilizer—is well-known.
Yatibaey Evans: Let's all teach the truth about Native history Yatibaey Evans: Let's all teach the truth about Native history
Like the misconceptions of Columbus, the truth about Thanksgiving is often left out of children’s education.
Ramona Peters: Sharing a Wampanoag story of Thanksgiving Ramona Peters: Sharing a Wampanoag story of Thanksgiving
We should all be proud that our country has a national holiday centered upon simply being thankful.
Ned Blackhawk: Supreme Court case jeopardizes tribal rights Ned Blackhawk: Supreme Court case jeopardizes tribal rights
It is chilling that the Supreme Court has now agreed to hear Dollar General’s challenge to the sovereignty of the Mississippi Band of Choctaw Indians.
Yurok Tribe: Mourning the passing of 'visionary' Troy Fletcher Yurok Tribe: Mourning the passing of 'visionary' Troy Fletcher
Troy Fletcher, the longtime executive director for the Yurok Tribe of California, passed away on November 20, 2015. He was 53.
Lakota Country Times: Rosebud students earn top scholarship Lakota Country Times: Rosebud students earn top scholarship
The St. Francis Indian School Board of Education honored two students for their individual achievements in winning the Jack Kent Cook Foundation Young Scholars Award.
Brandon Ecoffey: Making a difference for people on Pine Ridge Brandon Ecoffey: Making a difference for people on Pine Ridge
Throughout the past year or so there has been a movement to help fight hunger on the Pine Ridge Indian Reservation.

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