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Yurok Tribe focuses on removal of dams for annual salmon festival Yurok Tribe focuses on removal of dams for annual salmon festival
There won't be a salmon lunch this year but the California tribe is still expecting thousands for the cultural celebration.
97-year-old Indian boarding school survivor still sharing his story 97-year-old Indian boarding school survivor still sharing his story
Sid Byrd was sent to the Genoa Indian Industrial School in Nebraska when he was just six years old.
Ktunaxa Nation works to keep language alive for new generations Ktunaxa Nation works to keep language alive for new generations
A school on the Lower Kootenay Reserve in British Columbia is drawing interest thanks to its focus on language and culture.
Indian Country business group announces departure of top executive Indian Country business group announces departure of top executive
Gary Davis, a citizen of the Cherokee Nation, spent four years at the helm of Indian Country's premiere economic development organization.
Tohono O'odham Nation man seeks lawyer after losing $10M case Tohono O'odham Nation man seeks lawyer after losing $10M case
Jacob Harvey, 22, wants to defend himself in a civil lawsuit filed by the woman he was convicted of raping.
White House official hires attorney as powwow fight story heats up White House official hires attorney as powwow fight story heats up
A nearly year-old incident is causing headaches for William Mendoza, the executive director of the White House Initiative on American Indian and Alaska Native Education.
Native village of Kwinhagak reels from fatal overdose of 19-year-old girl Native village of Kwinhagak reels from fatal overdose of 19-year-old girl
Jamie Roberts was pronounced dead after health aides tried to resuscitate her for more than two hours.
Blackfeet Nation membership criteria still a matter of huge debate Blackfeet Nation membership criteria still a matter of huge debate
The proposed constitution does not address enrollment at all but critics are worried about potential changes down the line.
Johnny Rustywire: Reaching for some things that are already there Johnny Rustywire: Reaching for some things that are already there
So it goes that some things that are thought lost are not really gone but are sitting there waiting for us to touch them.
Native Sun News: Northern Cheyenne Tribe faces fire over plans for Bear Butte campground Native Sun News: Northern Cheyenne Tribe faces fire over plans for Bear Butte campground
The Bingo Hall at the Charging Horse Casino was filled to near capacity as Northern Cheyenne citizens gathered in unanimous opposition to a plan to commercialize tribally owned property at Bear Butte.
Delphine Red Shirt: Action speaks louder than words for the Lakota Delphine Red Shirt: Action speaks louder than words for the Lakota
One of the common lessons that older Lakota people talk about is our Lakota ways and how they belong to us.
Charles Trimble: Celebrating a new name for sacred Black Hills site Charles Trimble: Celebrating a new name for sacred Black Hills site
Wherever you are, you are surrounded by the six directions – you are the center of that universe and bear the responsibility to the universe, to God.

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