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School starts at #NoDAPL camp as pipeline resistance digs in for long haul School starts at #NoDAPL camp as pipeline resistance digs in for long haul
The Defenders of the Water School held its first classes at the Camp of the Sacred Stones as the #NoDAPL movement continues.
Senate Committee on Indian Affairs schedules hearing on four bills Senate Committee on Indian Affairs schedules hearing on four bills
Bills to recognize the Lumbee Tribe, promote economic development and place land in trust for the Tule River Tribe are on the agenda.
Quapaw Tribe hosts groundbreaking for meat processing facility Quapaw Tribe hosts groundbreaking for meat processing facility
The $1 million plant will process beef, bison, and pork products and serve as a training facility for universities.
Johnny Rustywire: Native youth are curious about their heritage Johnny Rustywire: Native youth are curious about their heritage
I’ve found in my own experience that kids raised off the reservation who know nothing about their family and life on the rez usually are curious about it because they want to know who they are and where they come from.
Delphine Red Shirt: Taking control of teaching our own languages Delphine Red Shirt: Taking control of teaching our own languages
Imagine what would happen if everyone in tribal government was required to speak or know Lakota.
Lakota Country Times: #NoDAPL resisters dispute state's declaration of emergency Lakota Country Times: #NoDAPL resisters dispute state's declaration of emergency
State of Emergency! This is the response from the Governor’s office in North Dakota to the growing and active protest being staged near the Standing Rock Sioux Reservation.
Bishop Paiute Tribe urges patience after officer involved shooting Bishop Paiute Tribe urges patience after officer involved shooting
Raymond Bencoma III, 41, was shot after allegedly pointing a handgun at a county sheriff's deputy.
Virginia author credits Powhatan Tribe with inventing barbecue Virginia author credits Powhatan Tribe with inventing barbecue
A new book counters the prevailing theory of how barbecue spread throughout the South.
Latoya Lonelodge: Witnessing history at Camp of the Sacred Stones Latoya Lonelodge: Witnessing history at Camp of the Sacred Stones
With little to no knowledge of what to expect I was well on my way to Standing Rock Sioux Reservation where I would witness firsthand the making of history.
Mark Trahant: State erects silly roadblock at peaceful #NoDAPL camp Mark Trahant: State erects silly roadblock at peaceful #NoDAPL camp
The disconnect between the perception of Camp Sacred Stone and the reality of the moment starts a few miles south of Mandan, North Dakota.
Second switched at birth case uncovered at First Nation hospital Second switched at birth case uncovered at First Nation hospital
Leon Swanson and David Tait Jr. were born days apart in early 1975 at the Norway House Indian Hospital
Albert Bender: Tribes join together at Camp of the Sacred Stones Albert Bender: Tribes join together at Camp of the Sacred Stones
We are determined to maintain the camp until victory is ours. History is being made.
Opinion: Alaska enters a new era with tribes and land-into-trust Opinion: Alaska enters a new era with tribes and land-into-trust
We are not a one-size-fits- all state, and we need solutions to address the unique circumstances of each tribe and each community.
Denver American Horse: Veterans column in the Lakota language Denver American Horse: Veterans column in the Lakota language
Denver American Horse, a member of the Oglala Sioux Tribe, writes his weekly column in the Lakota language.
Native Sun News: Youth learn about traditions with Native games Native Sun News: Youth learn about traditions with Native games
The Native American Games Training in Rapid City brought the traditional games played in indigenous nations and the lessons those games were taught.
Dave Archambault: Stopping the desecration of our Mother Earth Dave Archambault: Stopping the desecration of our Mother Earth
I am here to advise anyone that will listen, that the Dakota Access Pipeline is harmful.
Arvol Looking Horse: Saving our Mother Earth from energy development Arvol Looking Horse: Saving our Mother Earth from energy development
We are the only species that is destroying the source of life, meaning Mother Earth, in the name of power, mineral resources, and ownership of land.
Jon Eagle: Land remains sacred to the Standing Rock Sioux Tribe Jon Eagle: Land remains sacred to the Standing Rock Sioux Tribe
The entire route of the Dakota Access Pipeline will have an adverse effect on sites of religious and cultural significance to many tribal nations.
Steven Newcomb: Law of Christendom at play in #NoDAPL battle Steven Newcomb: Law of Christendom at play in #NoDAPL battle
Dakota resistance, allied with many other nations, provides the opportunity to bring the world’s attention to the fact that that bigoted religious form of reasoning and argumentation is still being used against our Original Nation.

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