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Paiute Tribe upset by performance of 'Redmen' high school group Paiute Tribe upset by performance of 'Redmen' high school group
The drill team at Cedar High School in Utah had been warned not to proceed with a culturally insensitive dance
Members of Leech Lake Band assert off-reservation treaty rights Members of Leech Lake Band assert off-reservation treaty rights
Two tribal members were cited by the state of Minnesota for killing a deer out of season.
Robert Jumper: Eastern Cherokees exercise powers at ballot box Robert Jumper: Eastern Cherokees exercise powers at ballot box
Cherokee people are impacted by what other municipalities, state and federal government officials do.
Mary Annette Pember: Denise Lajimodiere revives birch bark biting Mary Annette Pember: Denise Lajimodiere revives birch bark biting
Denise Lajimodiere was recently selected for a six-month Minnesota Historical Society Native Artist-in-Residence.
Al Jazeera program focuses on tribal disenrollment controversies Al Jazeera program focuses on tribal disenrollment controversies
Michigan State University professor Matthew Fletcher, attorney Gabe Galanda, author Gyasi Ross and Michelle Roberts, who is facing removal from the Nooksack Tribe, discussed an issue affecting tribes nationwide.
Joe Biden: Senate Republicans must act on pick for Supreme Court Joe Biden: Senate Republicans must act on pick for Supreme Court
I hope that Republican leaders will take a step back and think about what they are doing.
Tribes slam decision to remove protections for Yellowstone bears Tribes slam decision to remove protections for Yellowstone bears
Vice President Tom Poor Bear of the Oglala Sioux Tribe said the decision will lead to non-Indian hunting.
Dave Archambault: There's nothing wrong with being called 'Sioux' Dave Archambault: There's nothing wrong with being called 'Sioux'
Conventional historic wisdom about American Indians really does need to be reviewed with chokecherry colored glasses.
Vi Waln: Rumors swirl about drug testing on Rosebud Reservation Vi Waln: Rumors swirl about drug testing on Rosebud Reservation
Rumors and gossip are behaviors unbecoming to Lakota people.
Lakota Country Times: Activists continue battle to close Whiteclay Lakota Country Times: Activists continue battle to close Whiteclay
A mixed group of Native and non-Native residents of Nebraska are again calling for the closure of the town of White Clay.
Native Sun News: North Dakota tribal members vent about fracking Native Sun News: North Dakota tribal members vent about fracking
While members of Ft. Berthold Protectors of Water and Earth Rights, or POWER, prepared to testify about gas flaring in oil fracking operations on federal and tribal lands, they urged the public to send comments to strengthen regulations.
Regina Lopez-Whiteskunk: Protect Bears Ears for new generations Regina Lopez-Whiteskunk: Protect Bears Ears for new generations
Bears Ears is home to the dwellings of our ancestors, the final resting places of our people, and sacred areas where our people still collect traditional herbs and medicines today.

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