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Race Matters: Professor Heather Shotton talks Native identity Race Matters: Professor Heather Shotton talks Native identity
The Native American studies professor at the University of Oklahoma identifies strongly with the Wichita and Affiliated Tribes and her tribal ancestors.
NCAI President Cladoosby set to deliver State of Indian Nations NCAI President Cladoosby set to deliver State of Indian Nations
President Brian Cladoosby will outline some of the successes and challenges facing Indian Country in the January 14 speech.
Leonardo DiCaprio thanks First Nations in Golden Globe speech Leonardo DiCaprio thanks First Nations in Golden Globe speech
The cast of The Revenant includes two young Native actors -- Isaiah Tootoosis and Forrest Goodluck.
Denise Juneau raises more than $263K in bid for U.S. House seat Denise Juneau raises more than $263K in bid for U.S. House seat
The Mandan, Hidatsa and Arikara Nation citizen hopes to become the first woman to serve in Congress if she defeats Rep. Ryan Zinke (R-Montana) this year.
Tulalip Tribes man sentenced to two years for illegal firearms Tulalip Tribes man sentenced to two years for illegal firearms
Raymond Lee Fryberg was able to buy firearms because the tribe's domestic violence protection order was never entered into a national criminal database
Appeal filed in child abuse case on Standing Rock Reservation Appeal filed in child abuse case on Standing Rock Reservation
Velnita Jolette Hairy Chin was sentenced to 37 months after she admitted that she abused her infant in June 2015.
Member of Northern Cheyenne Tribe to attend State of the Union Member of Northern Cheyenne Tribe to attend State of the Union
Jason Small hopes his presence shows President Barack Obama why energy development is important on the Montana reservation.
Non-Indian defendant gets life for shootings of tribal members Non-Indian defendant gets life for shootings of tribal members
Two members of the Northern Arapaho Tribe were shot as they slept -- Stallone Trosper was killed while James Goggles survived.
Steve Russell: Armed 'patriots' at odds with Burns Paiute Tribe Steve Russell: Armed 'patriots' at odds with Burns Paiute Tribe
The federal government sued to quiet title to the land it had stolen fair and square from the Northern Paiutes after the Bannock War.
Native student heads to Obama's last State of the Union speech Native student heads to Obama's last State of the Union speech
Lydia Doza, who is Alaska Native, is ttending the speech as a special guest of First Lady Michelle Obama.
Mark Trahant: A guide to the 2016 elections for Indian Country Mark Trahant: A guide to the 2016 elections for Indian Country
Why vote? It takes planning, some time, and the rewards are not always visible.
Carly McIntosh: The deep and dark secrets of Canadian history Carly McIntosh: The deep and dark secrets of Canadian history
The history of indigenous people must start being taught in every educational school across Canada.
Editorial: Some more about the purchase of Wounded Knee site Editorial: Some more about the purchase of Wounded Knee site
The announcement in last week’s Native Sun News that our former publisher, Tim Giago, has signed an agreement to purchase the land at Wounded Knee has caused quite a stir.
Native Sun News: Voters say no to waste dump near Pine Ridge Native Sun News: Voters say no to waste dump near Pine Ridge
Voters nixed a proposed frack waste dump in Fall River County, adjacent to the Pine Ridge Indian Reservation.
Terese Marie Mailhot: Native women can heal from our trauma Terese Marie Mailhot: Native women can heal from our trauma
I encourage any Native woman who witnessed abuse to not feel cliché, or undone by the trauma.

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