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Judge hears arguments in another pipeline battle in North Dakota Judge hears arguments in another pipeline battle in North Dakota
This time it's the Mandan, Hidatsa and Arikara Nation fighting a project within reservation borders.
Yakama Nation tobacco dispute goes before federal appeals court Yakama Nation tobacco dispute goes before federal appeals court
The Washington tribe is challenging a federal tax that was imposed on a business that operates on an allotment within reservation boundaries.
Sun'aq Tribe receives grant to start language immersion program Sun'aq Tribe receives grant to start language immersion program
The grant from the Administration for Native Americans will run for five years.
Larry Emery: President Barack Obama must halt Dakota Access Pipeline Larry Emery: President Barack Obama must halt Dakota Access Pipeline
The United States has a legally-binding obligation to obtain the Native People’s consent before activities are carried out that affect treaty lands.
Gila River Indian Community continues fight against new freeway Gila River Indian Community continues fight against new freeway
The Arizona tribe says the South Mountain Freeway will destroy one of its most sacred sites.
United Nations Forum backs Standing Rock Sioux Tribe on #NoDAPL United Nations Forum backs Standing Rock Sioux Tribe on #NoDAPL
The #NoDAPL resistance movement is attracting international attention as the $3.8 billion Dakota Access Pipeline remains in limbo.
Mark Trahant: Candidate shows support for #NoDAPL movement Mark Trahant: Candidate shows support for #NoDAPL movement
Henry Red Cloud added his name to those traveling to Cannon Ball, North Dakota, to show support for the people of Standing Rock and their opposition to the Dakota Access Pipeline.
President of Navajo Nation opposes Grand Canyon Escalade project President of Navajo Nation opposes Grand Canyon Escalade project
The $1 billion Grand Canyon Escalade has been pitched as a tourism and economic boost but it's extremely controversial on and off the reservation.
Mdewakanton descendants want Supreme Court to hear land case Mdewakanton descendants want Supreme Court to hear land case
In 1863, Congress promised 12 square miles in present-day Minnesota to the loyal Mdewakanton but the land was never set aside for the people.
Ruth Hopkins: South Dakota lawmakers make ploy for treaty lands Ruth Hopkins: South Dakota lawmakers make ploy for treaty lands
The Black Hills of South Dakota, Khe Sapa, belongs to the Oceti Sakowin (Great Sioux Nation).
President Obama honors sanctity of Lake Tahoe to Washoe Tribe President Obama honors sanctity of Lake Tahoe to Washoe Tribe
Lake Tahoe is the center of the world to the Washoe people.
Judge grants warrant for sacred shield stolen from Acoma Pueblo Judge grants warrant for sacred shield stolen from Acoma Pueblo
An auction house in France is holding on the ceremonial shield, which was taken from the New Mexico tribe sometime in the 1970s.
Jim Kent: The real truth about the #NoDAPL resistance movement Jim Kent: The real truth about the #NoDAPL resistance movement
Even with mainstream media largely ignoring the Dakota Access Pipeline protesters their story is still getting out.
Lakota Country Times: County in South Dakota accused of racism Lakota Country Times: County in South Dakota accused of racism
The Center for American Indian Research and Native Studies is asking Bennett County to withdraw a 'racist' and 'misleading' resolution.
Elizabeth Cook-Lynn: Holding onto racist histories in South Dakota Elizabeth Cook-Lynn: Holding onto racist histories in South Dakota
Here in our Northern Plains, the Sioux Tribal Nation and its non-Native neighbors seem to hold on to depressing and distasteful notions about how our paths crossed as histories were made.
Native Sun News: Northern Cheyenne Tribe joins #NoDAPL movement Native Sun News: Northern Cheyenne Tribe joins #NoDAPL movement
President Llevando Fisher: 'We have burial sites there and our primary interest is in protecting the water, very sacred to the Cheyenne.'

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