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Oglala Sioux family honors young staff carrier with eagle feather Oglala Sioux family honors young staff carrier with eagle feather
Lorrell Goings, 20, led a group of tribal members through the annual ride that honors the victims of the 1890 Wounded Knee massacre.
Bill in Washington outlaws use of racist mascot in public schools Bill in Washington outlaws use of racist mascot in public schools
The only school with a ''Redskins' mascot happens to be located on the Spokane Reservation.
Yurok Tribe declares state of emergency in response to suicides Yurok Tribe declares state of emergency in response to suicides
In the past 18 months, seven people in a small community have taken their lives.
Sen. Lankford calls for removal of Andrew Jackson from $20 bill Sen. Lankford calls for removal of Andrew Jackson from $20 bill
The resolution cites the forced relocation of tribes from the southeastern United States during the tenure of the former president.
Turtle Mountain Band moved fast to ban fracking on reservation Turtle Mountain Band moved fast to ban fracking on reservation
Tribal women led the charge after studying the impacts of hydraulic fracturing on water and the environment.
Alvin Manitopyes: Native women treated poorly in 'The Revenant' Alvin Manitopyes: Native women treated poorly in 'The Revenant'
The Revenant is not for the faint hearted as the bloody and brutal violence constantly spews across the big screen like a horrific nightmare.
Shakopee Mdewakanton Sioux Community elects council leaders Shakopee Mdewakanton Sioux Community elects council leaders
Chairman Charlie Vig and Vice Chairman Keith B. Anderson won re-election. Freedom Brewer, a newcomer, will serve as Secretary/Treasurer.
Longtime leader of White Earth Nation resigns due to opposition Longtime leader of White Earth Nation resigns due to opposition
Erma Vizenor was the first woman to lead the Minnesota tribe and ran into trouble for pursuing constitutional reform.
Judge finalizes $940M Ramah contract support costs settlement Judge finalizes $940M Ramah contract support costs settlement
The settlement will benefit 699 tribes and tribal organizations that were shortchanged by the Bureau of Indian Affairs.
City agrees to pay $900K for death of Alaska Native man in jail cell City agrees to pay $900K for death of Alaska Native man in jail cell
Louis Bunyan was 21 years old when he died while in police custody in July 2011.
Matthew Fletcher: Commentary on Supreme Court oral arguments Matthew Fletcher: Commentary on Supreme Court oral arguments
There seemed to be two major threads of argument in Nebraska v. Parker.
Meskwaki Tribe moves closer to removing state from jurisdiction Meskwaki Tribe moves closer to removing state from jurisdiction
The state of Iowa could relinquish authority over crimes committed by tribal members on the Meskwaki Settlement.
Delphine Red Shirt: Frank Fools Crow worked tirelessly for justice Delphine Red Shirt: Frank Fools Crow worked tirelessly for justice
When we think about men like Martin Luther King Jr., we are reminded of all of the men and women, in our reservation communities who were his contemporaries, and who also worked tirelessly for social justice.
Native Sun News: Racist treatment of Indian students addressed Native Sun News: Racist treatment of Indian students addressed
For over a century, more than just a bridge has separated non-Indian people living in the township of Flandreau, South Dakota, and Indian students and residents of the Flandreau Indian School.

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