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Charles Trimble: A great leadership opportunity for Native youth Charles Trimble: A great leadership opportunity for Native youth
The Encampment for Citizenship is experience that could set your life’s plan for the good of our Indian nations and peoples, and for all citizens.
Editorial: Federally recognized tribes are a boost to Oklahoma Editorial: Federally recognized tribes are a boost to Oklahoma
It might surprise many Oklahomans to know that the state doesn't have the greatest number of federally recognized Indian tribes.
Judge in Washington asserts jurisdiction over Indian allotment Judge in Washington asserts jurisdiction over Indian allotment
The family that owns the allotment has been told to comply with state and local laws regarding the sale of fireworks.
Mark Trahant: Native vote carries extra weight in Nevada caucus Mark Trahant: Native vote carries extra weight in Nevada caucus
Let’s be clear about the Nevada Democratic Caucus next Saturday: It’s not democratic.
Vi Waln: Help bring our young relatives home from Indian school Vi Waln: Help bring our young relatives home from Indian school
Our people went to boarding school to be stripped of their culture, language and identity. In return, they would come home speaking, reading and writing English.
Lakota Country Times: Oglala Sioux girl needs kidney transplant Lakota Country Times: Oglala Sioux girl needs kidney transplant
A genetic defect has prevented Laila Pettigrew’s vital organs from separating during the developmental process and has led to a number of health problems for the aspiring young skateboarder.
Cynthia-Lou Coleman: Media downplays tribal views on NAGPRA Cynthia-Lou Coleman: Media downplays tribal views on NAGPRA
When Indian knowledge systems meet Western knowledge systems—then tribal views are diminished in favor of mainstream values.
JaNae Collins: No jokes about the 1890 Wounded Knee massacre JaNae Collins: No jokes about the 1890 Wounded Knee massacre
The entertainment industry in Hollywood has fostered a misrepresentation of the Native American identity.
Steve Russell: Justice Antonin Scalia was wrong about Indian law Steve Russell: Justice Antonin Scalia was wrong about Indian law
Justice Scalia was a worthy adversary, a man of talent and skill. He was just wrong.

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