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Aquinnah Wampanoag Tribe welcomes President Obama to homeland Aquinnah Wampanoag Tribe welcomes President Obama to homeland
Chairman Tobias Vanderhoop thanked the president for 'being supportive of my people' as the Obamas came to Wampanoag territory for a vacation.
Chippewa Cree Tribe celebrates 100th anniversary of reservation Chippewa Cree Tribe celebrates 100th anniversary of reservation
Congress created the Rocky Boy's Reservation in 1916 as a homeland for the Chippewa and Cree peoples.
Grand Ronde disenrollment dispute takes new turn with court ruling Grand Ronde disenrollment dispute takes new turn with court ruling
The descendants of a chief who signed an 1855 treaty are celebrating but the tribe's leader is already raising questions about the new decision.
Advisory Board for Exceptional Children sets next meeting in Kansas Advisory Board for Exceptional Children sets next meeting in Kansas
The board advises the Bureau of Indian Affairs on ways to meet the needs of Indian children with disabilities.
Vi Waln: Don't attack your fellow Lakota citizens for attending ceremonies Vi Waln: Don't attack your fellow Lakota citizens for attending ceremonies
Whether your actions are questionable or not, there are still neighbors and relatives who are quick to judge.
Marc Simmons: The Indian wars continued in New Mexico in 1881 Marc Simmons: The Indian wars continued in New Mexico in 1881
By 1881 the Indian wars had ended almost everywhere in the American West.
Winona LaDuke: Maybe it's time to work closely with tribal nations Winona LaDuke: Maybe it's time to work closely with tribal nations
For the people of White Earth and other tribes, both cases may mean that our tribal government and legal institutions may be able to protect citizens from non Indian businesses who break our laws.
Crow Tribe blamed for 'hostage situation' involving wagon train Crow Tribe blamed for 'hostage situation' involving wagon train
A dispute between an old-fashioned wagon train and Crow landowners resembled something out of the 1800s.
Mark Trahant: An impressive slate of almost 100 Native candidates Mark Trahant: An impressive slate of almost 100 Native candidates
My latest count is seven Native American candidates for Congress, one for the U.S. Senate, five candidates running in statewide races, and 83 Native American candidates for state legislatures.
Elicia Goodsoldier: United States must acknowledge its holocaust Elicia Goodsoldier: United States must acknowledge its holocaust
There is no question that the multitude of social problems faced by tribal communities stem from the historical trauma our ancestors and relatives experienced.
Editorial: Bureau of Indian Affairs enables Cayuga Nation dispute Editorial: Bureau of Indian Affairs enables Cayuga Nation dispute
Who's in charge of the Cayuga Nation of New York?
Lakota Country Times: Reunion for descendants of Pine Ridge legend 'Big Bat' Pourier Lakota Country Times: Reunion for descendants of Pine Ridge legend 'Big Bat' Pourier
More than 300 people, all descendants of Baptiste 'Big Bat' Pourier, gathered in Rapid City, South Dakota, for a family reunion
James Giago Davies: Politicians are still trying to scare Americans to death James Giago Davies: Politicians are still trying to scare Americans to death
Our entire society is developing a personality disorder no enema can fix.
Native Sun News: Tribes reclaim land at former Indian boarding school in Rapid City Native Sun News: Tribes reclaim land at former Indian boarding school in Rapid City
Attorney Heather Thompson announced that two parcels of federal land in Rapid City, South Dakota, totaling 117.9 acres, have reverted to Bureau of Indian Affairs control.
Tim Giago: Indian Country can't forget the Indian Reorganization Act Tim Giago: Indian Country can't forget the Indian Reorganization Act
Has Indian Country forgotten the significance of the Indian Reorganization Act?
Steve Russell: Even the Supreme Court makes up 'facts' about tribes Steve Russell: Even the Supreme Court makes up 'facts' about tribes
The biggest obstacle to crafting one story to govern Indian land titles is that no such story existed that could account for all the facts on the ground.
Harold Monteau: America stands at a crossroads with government Harold Monteau: America stands at a crossroads with government
The American people are at some all-time lows in terms of trust and confidence in their own government.

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