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Chairman of Yurok Tribe resigns after just three months in post Chairman of Yurok Tribe resigns after just three months in post
James Dunlap stepped down after other leaders from the northern California tribe found out about his past.
Cronkite News: Apache leader welcomes listing at sacred Oak Flat Cronkite News: Apache leader welcomes listing at sacred Oak Flat
Opponents of a proposed copper mine at the Oak Flat campground scored a point when it was listed on the National Register of Historic Places this month – but while they won the battle, they haven’t won the war.
United Tribes Technical College girls basketball team in tourney United Tribes Technical College girls basketball team in tourney
After an 11-hour drive from North Dakota to Kansas, the Lady Thunderbirds are ready for their first game in the National Junior College Athletic Association tournament.
Prime Minister Justin Trudeau brings Native artworks to Obamas Prime Minister Justin Trudeau brings Native artworks to Obamas
Tammy Beauvais, a Mohawk fashion designer, and Leo Arcand, a Cree sculptor, created works that were presented to First Lady Michelle Obama and President Barack Obama.
Rare quiver and arrow from 1800s donated to museum in Alaska Rare quiver and arrow from 1800s donated to museum in Alaska
The Alutiiq quiver, which is made out of red cedar, and arrow were handed down through a family for generations.
Alaska Native man charged for incident along Iditarod race trail Alaska Native man charged for incident along Iditarod race trail
Arnold Demoski, 26, said he ran into the sled teams by accident after a night of drinking. He offered an apology after hearing that one dog died and others were injured.
Non-Indian official decries effort to protect sacred lands in Utah Non-Indian official decries effort to protect sacred lands in Utah
The non-Indian power structure in San Juan County, Utah, is one of the driving forces against the proposed Bears Ears National Monument.
Army Corps fails to complete housing for Northwest treaty tribes Army Corps fails to complete housing for Northwest treaty tribes
The four Columbia River treaty tribes lost prime fishing sites due to the construction of dams between the 1930s through the 1970s.
BIA approves HEARTH Act leasing regulations for Shakopee Tribe BIA approves HEARTH Act leasing regulations for Shakopee Tribe
The Shakopee Mdewakanton Sioux Community of Minnesota will no longer have to seek approval for every business site lease.
Doug George-Kanentiio: Mohawks must reclaim powerful names Doug George-Kanentiio: Mohawks must reclaim powerful names
When we abandon our aboriginal names we lose much of our power.
Fond du Lac Band sees $3.8M in offers from Cobell land buy-back Fond du Lac Band sees $3.8M in offers from Cobell land buy-back
More than 3,200 landowners received offers to sell their fractional interests on the reservation.
Senate confirms John King as leader of Department of Education Senate confirms John King as leader of Department of Education
The new Secretary of Education addressed tribal leaders at the National Congress of American Indians winter session in February.
Gina McCarthy: Flint water crisis puts attention on justice issues Gina McCarthy: Flint water crisis puts attention on justice issues
It’s tragic that it took a disaster of this scale for this issue to get the attention it deserves. Now let’s do something about it.
Editorial: Scales of justice often lean wrong way for Indian people Editorial: Scales of justice often lean wrong way for Indian people
In the end a ruling that can take away the sovereignty of all Indian Nations is hanging by just one vote.
Native Sun News: Oglala Sioux Tribe blasts grizzly bear decision Native Sun News: Oglala Sioux Tribe blasts grizzly bear decision
The US Fish and Wildlife has announced its proposed rule to strip Endangered Species Act protections from Yellowstone’s grizzly bears that despite formal objections submitted by some fifty tribes and the Assembly of First Nations.
Steven Newcomb: Code of domination killed activist Berta Caceres Steven Newcomb: Code of domination killed activist Berta Caceres
What is it that has caused the disappearance of so much of the languages and cultural patterns of Original Nations and Peoples, and has resulted in the disappearance of so many Original Nations and Peoples themselves?

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