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Navajo Nation wants Mormon Church abuse lawsuit to stay in tribal court Navajo Nation wants Mormon Church abuse lawsuit to stay in tribal court
The tribe is defending its court system from an 'attack' by The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints.
Indian children over-represented in foster care system in Minnesota Indian children over-represented in foster care system in Minnesota
Indian children are 2 percent of the state's child population and 24 percent of the foster care population.
Hillary Clinton lands more tribal leader endorsements in New Mexico Hillary Clinton lands more tribal leader endorsements in New Mexico
The All Pueblo Council of Governors is lending its support to the Democratic presidential nominee.
GOP candidate blames tribal culture for lack of economic 'success' GOP candidate blames tribal culture for lack of economic 'success'
Greg Gianforte has reached out to tribes in Montana but apparently hasn't made many friends.
Tribes prepare for critical hearing in Dakota Access Pipeline lawsuit Tribes prepare for critical hearing in Dakota Access Pipeline lawsuit
Support is growing across Indian Country as tribes head to court in a bid to stop the Dakota Access Pipeline from crossing their sacred lands.
Chippewa Cree family lays young loved one Reece Morsette to rest Chippewa Cree family lays young loved one Reece Morsette to rest
Reece Troy Morsette, 15, loved riding horses and participating in rodeos.
Native mother reunites with children stolen by government in 60s Native mother reunites with children stolen by government in 60s
During the Sixties Scoop, an estimated 20,000 Native children were taken from their homes and placed in foster care or up for adoption.
Lakota Country Times: Tribes unite to stop Dakota Access Pipeline Lakota Country Times: Tribes unite to stop Dakota Access Pipeline
Tribal-nations from across Lakota Country have come together to resist the construction of a new pipeline that planners hope to construct underneath the Missouri River.
Vi Waln: Our water system is being threatened by energy pipelines Vi Waln: Our water system is being threatened by energy pipelines
As Children of the Earth, it is our duty to speak out and stand up for our elements, especially our Mni Wiconi.
Sen. Martin Heinrich: Return tribal property to their rightful owners Sen. Martin Heinrich: Return tribal property to their rightful owners
Tribes across the nation have been unable to stop similar theft and sale of their priceless religious and cultural items in international markets.
Marc Simmons: Tribes developed own trade and commerce system Marc Simmons: Tribes developed own trade and commerce system
I am often surprised to find young people who assume that the wondrous supermarket has been around since the beginning of time.
Dallas Goldtooth: Tribes shut out of Dakota Access Pipeline process Dallas Goldtooth: Tribes shut out of Dakota Access Pipeline process
The Corps has a long history of going against the wishes and health of tribal nations in favor of fossil fuel interests.
Donald Trump picks Navajo man for agriculture advisory committee Donald Trump picks Navajo man for agriculture advisory committee
Tsosie Lewis appears to be the only Native person with an official connection to the Republican presidential candidate's campaign.
Native Sun News: Black Elk Peak honors sanctity of Black Hills site Native Sun News: Black Elk Peak honors sanctity of Black Hills site
The highest peak east of the Rockies will enjoy a new name, a name that honors the indigenous people who’ve worshipped here for centuries, Black Elk Peak.
Jeffrey Whalen: Corruption is alive and well within the Oglala Sioux Tribe Jeffrey Whalen: Corruption is alive and well within the Oglala Sioux Tribe
I will not be held down by the Oglala Sioux Tribe because I write for the Oyate, not for the Tribe.
Mark Trahant: Pipeline fight highlights the power of political organizing Mark Trahant: Pipeline fight highlights the power of political organizing
My Facebook feed is rolling with new feeds from those headed to North Dakota to join those protecting the drinking water for the people of Standing Rock and Cheyenne River.
Peter d'Errico: 'Friends' continue to embrace negative Indian policy Peter d'Errico: 'Friends' continue to embrace negative Indian policy
Every time we confuse Indian sovereignty issues with civil rights issues, we not only miss the point of the Indian struggle, we actually advance the US policy of destroying Indian Nations.
Winona LaDuke: Bigger problems ahead for Dakota Access Pipeline Winona LaDuke: Bigger problems ahead for Dakota Access Pipeline
The recent announcement of Enbridge's purchase of the Dakota Access Pipeline came as a surprise to most of us.

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