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Census

article LETTERS: The Legal Clash Over the Census
(USA) -- To the Editor: Re “Justice Dept. Reaffirms Goal for the Census” (front page, July 6): The census is a survey asking potential respondents to provide...
article Trump’s Path Forward on Census Question Could be Headed to Constitutional Crisis
(Washington D.C.) -- Despite an embarrassing loss before the United States Supreme Court two weeks ago, the Trump administration has decided to press its case to add a...
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Cherokee Nation

article Cherokee Nation Compensation Committee submits hefty pay raises for elected officials
(Oklahoma) -- Principal Chief-elect Chuck Hoskin Jr. and other Cherokee Nation elected officials could be getting sizable raises when their terms begin Aug. 14, assuming...
article IHS, Cherokee Nation launch HIV pilot project
(Oklahoma) -- On National HIV Testing Day, Indian Health Service and Cherokee Nation officials announced an HIV pilot project to ensure the success of the Ending the HIV...
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Code Talkers

article Inclusive official seal for Native American Code Talkers
(Arizona) -- Representative Arlando Teller is eager to work with the Tribal Leaders and the Department of Transportation to create an official seal for all Native...
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Crow Tribe

article Crow Nation Pushes To Protect Sacred Sites In Custer Gallatin National Forest
(Montana) -- For the first time in thirty years, the U.S. Forest Service is updating its management plan for the Custer-Gallatin National Forest. It’ll determine...
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Dakota Access Pipeline

article Tribe, pipeline opponents plan to request state hearing on DAPL expansion
(North Dakota) -- The Standing Rock Sioux Tribe and several pipeline opponents plan to request a hearing on the proposed expansion of the Dakota Access Pipeline,...
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Deb Haaland

article An open letter to Deb Haaland: Jewish Voice for Peace demonizes Indigenous people
(Washington D.C.) -- This is an open letter to Rep. Deb Haaland, one of the first Native American women elected to congress.
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DOJ

article Public Safety And A.G. William Barr's Visit On 'Talk Of Alaska'
(Alaska) -- U.S. Attorney General William Barr declared a law enforcement emergency in Alaska after vising rural communities that are facing some of the highest rates of...
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Eastern Band of Cherokee

article Hemp feasibility study presented to Council
(North Carolina) -- After several years of talking about cannabis, the Eastern Band of Cherokee Indians (EBCI) is one step closer to entering the multi-billion dollar...
article Vice chief candidates make their case
(North Carolina) -- After more than a decade working together as members of Tribal Council, Alan “B” Ensley and Jim Owle are vying for the position of the...
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Election 2020

article Native Leaders Invite 2020 Candidates to Presidential Forum
(Iowa) -- As we approach the 2020 election, we haven’t really heard how presidential candidates are hoping to tackle issues related to the Native communities...
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Enbridge Pipeline

article LADUKE: Hijacking Democracy
(Minnesota) -- It turns out that Minnesotans for Line 3 is actually the Enbridge Corp. All this time, I thought this was a legitimate organization. The CEO of Enbridge,...
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First Nations

article Premiers, Indigenous leaders cover youth, economy at Big River FN
(Saskatchewan) -- The first day of historic Canadian premiers meetings, officially known as the Council of the Federation (CoF), wrapped up on the Big River First Nation...
article AFN Chief Calls 40,000 Indigenous Children In Care A Human Rights Issue
(Saskatchewan) -- The head of the Assembly of First Nations had a receptive audience with most of Canada’s premiers Tuesday over the need to implement changes to...
article Cree tourism to get boost from creation of majority Cree-owned travel agency
(North Canada) -- In the hopes of making it easier for travellers to discover the James Bay region, the Cree Outfitting and Tourism Association has helped launch a...
article Vulnerable teens lacked supervision in foster home without water or adequate food
(Manitoba) -- No running water, little food and staff nowhere to be found. Those were the conditions a Winnipeg police officer stumbled upon while trying to return one...
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Fort Peck

article Fort Peck tribal cop accused of sexually abusing child
(Montana) -- A Fort Peck Tribal police officer has been accused of sexually abusing a child. Mychal Damon is scheduled to be arraigned on Thursday in U.S. District Court...
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Jamestown S’Klallam

article Pearls of restoration
(Washington) -- Jarrett Burns, Jamestown S’Klallam Tribe natural resources technician, spreads Pacific Oyster shells on Sequim Bay tidelands earlier this year to...
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LGBTQ

article Should Prisons Pay For Sex Reassignment Surgery?
(Idaho) -- The 9th U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals is expected to rule soon on the case of Adree Edmo, a transgender women who is seeking sex reassignment surgery while...
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Marijuana & Hemp

article VIDEO: Navigating the new patchwork of hemp laws
(South Dakota) -- Now that hemp has been legalized by the federal government, farmers across the country are anxious to begin growing it. That includes members of tribal...
article Hemp feasibility study presented to Council
(North Carolina) -- After several years of talking about cannabis, the Eastern Band of Cherokee Indians (EBCI) is one step closer to entering the multi-billion dollar...
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Mascot Issue

article Proposed ban of Native American mascots gets mixed reviews in Hanover
(Massachusetts) -- Representatives from Native American groups across the state proposed a ban of Native American Mascots in schools late last month. If a bill passes,...
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Meskwaki Tribe

article Iowa Justices Hear A Case Questioning Jurisdiction On Tribal Land
(Iowa) -- State and federal attorneys want the Iowa Supreme Court to reverse a Tama County magistrate judge’s decision to dismiss a set of criminal charges because...
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Mining & Drilling

article Battle Brewing Over Native American Land in Gilroy
(California) -- A battle between progress and preserving Native American history is brewing in the South Bay. Investors hope to build a 320-acre sand and gravel mine on...
article Massive Santa Clara County Sand Mine Project Opposed By Native American Tribe
(California) -- After two years of work, Santa Clara County is nearly finished with the environmental impact report on a proposed 320-acre sand mine near the southern...
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MMIW

article Cowlitz Tribe activist to speak at Rotary meeting
(Washington) -- Maple Valley residents have a chance to meet an activist working for the rights of Native American women. “Maple Valley Rotary welcomes Rosalie Fish, a...
article Disappearance of Ashley Morin now believed to be a homicide, say RCMP
(Saskatchewan) -- Saskatchewan RCMP now believe Ashley Morin, a Saskatchewan woman last seen July 10, 2018, is the victim of a homicide, they announced on Wednesday, the...
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Muscogee Creek

article Muscogee (Creek) Nation hosts education conference to strengthen relationships between school districts, tribal nations
(Oklahoma) -- An ongoing mission for collaboration drew many tribal and state educators to Tulsa on Wednesday to discuss how to better support Native students in...
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Native Vote

article Shane Morigeau hopes to add a Native voice as Montana's next state auditor
(Montana) -- As the calendar continues to creep toward 2020 and next year’s presidential election heats up, local and state elections also are slowly starting to...
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Opioid Crisis

article Drug overdoses jump dramatically in six weeks
(South Dakota) -- In the last six weeks drug overdoses have risen dramatically in Minnehaha County. According to an OD-Map used by law enforcement, there have been 53...
article NAC: Help for opioid addiction
(Indian Country) -- All Indian Health Service facilities are drafting action plans for patients to seek medication-assisted treatment for opioid addiction. That’s...
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Pala Tribe

article Man Injured In Shooting At Pala Indian Reservation
(California) -- A fight between three people at a home on the grounds of the Pala Indian Reservation escalated Tuesday into a shooting that left one man wounded and...
article Man Injured In Shooting At Pala Indian Reservation
(California) -- A fight between three people at a home on the grounds of the Pala Indian Reservation escalated Tuesday into a shooting that left one man wounded and...
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Rosebud Sioux Tribe

article Australian Elders visit Rosebud Reservation
(South Dakota) -- On June 27, 2019, seven elders from Australia traveled to Lakota Country to share knowledge, customs, wisdom and togetherness with Lakota tribal...
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Saginaw Chippewa

article 31-year-old facing murder charge after deadly crash last December
(Michigan) -- A 31-year-old man facing a second-degree murder charge after police say he caused a deadly crash in Isabella County on Dec. 19. Brian Wemigwans is charged...
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St. Regis Mohawk

article Mohawks name new infrastructure director
(New York) -- The Saint Regis Mohawk Tribe has selected Colleen Thomas as the tribe’s Planning and Infrastructure Department director. Thomas's selection...
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Trump Adminstration

article Finally. ‘Crucial that there’s somebody in the White House’ working on tribal issues
(Washington D.C.) -- The Trump administration has hired Cherokee citizen Tyler Fish as the new White House senior policy advisor & tribal liaison. Fish’s...
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Wounded Knee

article NAC: Wounded Knee dishonor
(Washington D.C.) -- There’s a push on to rescind the official honors bestowed on members of the 7th Calvary Regiment for their roles in the Wounded Knee Massacre...
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Other News

article Cole, Lankford sponsor bill to wipe out laws that hurt Native Americans
(Washington D.C.) -- U.S. Sen. James Lankford and U.S. Rep. Tom Cole said Wednesday they are cosponsoring legislation to repeal unenforced federal laws that serve as...
article Senators introduce legislation to reduce laws directed toward Native Americans
(Washington D.C.) -- Senators James Lankford (R-OK), Mike Rounds (R-SD), Kyrsten Sinema (D-AZ), and Representatives Tom Cole (R-OK), Tom O’Halleran (D-AZ), and...
article Half of Indigenous children live in poverty, study says
(Ottawa) -- A new study being released today says Indigenous children are more than two times more likely to live in poverty than other children in Canada, with little...
article OP/ED: How to Indigenize the Green New Deal and environmental justice
(Washington D.C.) -- The Green New Deal is one of the most progressive legislative proposals from the federal level in recent years. At a time of accelerating climate...
article Grand Portage Tribal Council Welcomes New Chairwoman
(Minnesota) -- The Grand Portage Tribal Council made history by swearing in the first female chairperson Wednesday at the Grand Portage Log Community Building and many...
article How Albuquerque hopes to meet the unique needs of urban Native Americans
(New Mexico) -- In Albuquerque, Native Americans account for about 4% of the population, yet they make up 44% of the city’s homeless population, according to the 2017...
article NAC: Public safety emergency in Alaska
(Alaska) -- Rural villages in Alaska are in a public safety crisis. One in three communities in Alaska have no local law enforcement, according to an investigation by...
article Impact Aid: Its role in funding AZ schools
(Arizona) -- Arizona public school leaders say Impact Aid is a key funding source for schools on or near federal, military or tribal lands that are not subject to the...
article U's innovative workforce training will help address American Indian health gaps
(Minnesota) -- American Indians and Alaskan Natives bear what experts call a "disproportionate disease burden." Here's how that euphemistic term translates...
article 6 American Indian children returned to families after disinterment
(Pennsylvania) -- All six American Indian children who were disinterred from the Carlisle Barracks Post Cemetery over the last few weeks have been returned to their...
article Annual tribal canoe journey returns to Fort Worden’s shores July 17
(Washington) -- When the annual canoe journey returns to the beaches of Fort Worden July 17, the tribes taking part would ask spectators to be respectful of the event...
article Could Barrhaven's Amherst Crescent be in for a name change?
(Ottawa) -- After Montreal recently changed the name of a street commemorating a man who advocated for biological warfare to exterminate Indigenous people, there are...
article Discovering Northwest Georgia's Surprising Native American History
(Georgia) -- The first Native American newspaper started here. And the Trail of Tears. Northwest Georgia, well known for its Civil War history—Union Army General William...
article OP/ED: The fascinating history of Indigenous alphabets
(Canada) -- One thing that has always fascinated me about the Inuit people was their strange, seemingly alien alphabet. Every day on my walk to work, I’d see a van...
article Sarah Winnemucca: Paiute Princess & Indian Activist, Part II
(Nevada) -- Political and cultural activism has gained traction in the early 21st Century; the majority of the American people understand the need to better balance...
article Seeing more squash blossom necklaces? How to find authentic Native American jewelry
(California) -- For those of us of a certain age, there are a few touchstones from the peace-and-love 1960s that bring back instant memories. Large, heavy and...
article Native film producer receives invite to join 2019 class of Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences
(Hollywood) -- “And the Oscar goes to…” Those five words may be most coveted by those working in the film industry. But who makes up the Academy of...
article Top 5 podcasts led by indigenous women
(North America) -- Amid a renaissance of Indigenous people in creative and political positions across Turtle Island, many of them have took to picking up the microphone...
article Craig Kelly says he could 'campaign for the no side' on Indigenous recognition
(Australia) -- The outspoken government conservative Craig Kelly has warned he and other Liberal and National colleagues could “actively campaign for the no side...
article Indigenous recognition divides Coalition ranks
(Australia) -- The Morrison government's plan for Indigenous recognition will need to clear the threat of a backbench veto, as Liberals and Nationals air their...
article In Amazon's cities, indigenous people are often invisible
(Brazil) -- Three decades ago, when Pedro Mura was 12, ranchers seeking to seize his community's land threatened his family with death. The family, Mura Indians from...
article Communities cut off as Chilcotin River flooding washes out roads
(British Columbia) -- Hundreds of people who live along the Chilcotin River and its tributaries have been devastated — and, in some areas, stranded — by...
article RVHS grad, Corbin Wabasha, competes in Indigenous Bowl game
(California) -- Former Redwood Valley standout Corbin Wabasha took part in the second annual Native All-Star Football game held June 29 on the Soboba Band of Luiseno...
press release Local Indian Tribe to Run $1M, 3-Year Youth Diversion Program
(California) -- The Fernandeño-Tataviam Band of Mission Indians, which represents tribal families in the Santa Clarita, San Fernando and Simi Valleys, has received a $1...
press release Native-Led Policy Change Making Headway with New Fertile Ground Advocacy Campaigns
(Colorado) -- The Shakopee Mdewakanton Sioux Community, the American Heart Association and First Nations Development Institute (First Nations) today announced nearly $...

7/9/2019

article “This is definitely a local Standing Rock”: Sargent Ranch
(California) -- As shadows of red-tailed hawks dart across rolling hills of green, cougars creep through hidden canyons of this pristine expanse — long revered as...
article Former Montana tribal head admits to travel fraud scheme
(Montana) -- The former president of the Northern Cheyenne Indian Tribe is admitting to devising a complicated travel fraud scheme to take $20,000 in reimbursement funds...
article Cyrus Ben delivers optimistic message during inaugural address as Tribal Chief of Mississippi Band of Choctaw Indians
(Mississippi) -- Working together and trusting each other is the message newly-elected Tribal Chief Cyrus Ben delivered to members of the Mississippi Band of Choctaw...
article Commissioner Rob Manfred denies conspiracy theory on Chief Wahoo; praises Cleveland as All-Star host
(Ohio) -- There has been a conspiracy theory dancing about since the Indians were awarded this year’s All-Star Game and dropped Chief Wahoo as their mascot....
article LaDuke: Born on the Fourth of July
(Indian Country) -- American historian Howard Zinn once said, “There is no flag large enough to cover the shame of killing innocent people." I’m not the...
article Three-quarters of Indigenous youth optimistic reconciliation will happen in their lifetime, according to poll
(Canada) -- Almost three-quarters of Indigenous youth who took part in a new survey said they are optimistic there will be meaningful reconciliation in their lifetime....
article Attawapiskat declares state of emergency over water quality
(Ontario) -- The Attawapiskat band council in northern Ontario has declared a state of emergency after tests showed tap water had potentially harmful levels of...
article “This is definitely a local Standing Rock”: Sargent Ranch
(California) -- As shadows of red-tailed hawks dart across rolling hills of green, cougars creep through hidden canyons of this pristine expanse — long revered as...
article Council tackles Prairie Island request, circulator study and Trinity alley
(Minnesota) -- The Rochester City Council on Monday postponed a decision on a request to support the Prairie Island Indian Community Land Trust, which Includes Elk Run...
article Owners reach deal for sale of Hamley businesses
(Oregon) -- The sun could be setting on the court battles over all things Hamleys. Blair Woodfield and Parley Pearce have been locked in a legal dispute to split their...
article Inyo County, Bishop Piute Tribe Reach Settlement
(California) -- The County of Inyo, Sheriff Jeff Hollowell, District Attorney Tom Hardy, and Bishop Paiute Tribe today announce that a settlement agreement has been...
article 'Statistically, I shouldn’t be a doctor': Woman becomes first female Native physician in N.D. Guard
(North Dakota) -- Ciciley Littlewolf joined the National Guard on a dare. “Women can’t be in the military,” she remembered her high school classmate...
article How Albuquerque Hopes to Meet the Unique Needs of Urban Native Americans
(New Mexico) -- In Albuquerque, Native Americans account for about 4% of the population, yet they make up 44% of the city’s homeless population, according to the...
article AUDIO: New PBS Kids Series Explores Life In Rural Alaska
(Indian Country) -- Molly of Denali is an eight-episode podcast series from WGBH and PBS Kids that follows Alaska native Molly Mabray and her family living in a...
article Long-Awaited New Turok Game Swaps Carnage for Cuteness
(Internet) -- A new, long-awaited Turok game is coming out this month, but it’s not what you’d expect. Though we’re finally getting a new entry in the...
article 2 bodies recovered, 2 other people rescued after reservation highway washout
(North Dakota) -- Search teams on Tuesday recovered the bodies of a man and a woman near a washed-out section of a highway on the Standing Rock Sioux Reservation in...
article How a Unique Forest Ranger Dealt with 2,000 Nudist Hippies in Wyoming
(Wyoming) -- The signature moment in the career of Forest Ranger Hiram “Doc” Smith involved 2,000 nudist hippies who invaded Wyoming back in 1973. Smith was...
article Guy is booted out of IT amid outsourcing, wipes databases, deletes emails... goes straight to jail for two-plus years
(California) -- A former IT administrator has been sentenced to more than two years in prison for accessing his employer's computers without authorization and...
article Man wounded in shooting at Pala Indian Reservation
(California) -- A fight between three people at a home on the grounds of the Pala Indian Reservation escalated Tuesday into a shooting that left one man wounded and...
article Accolades pour in for fallen Red Lake Conservation Officer
(Minnesota) -- After nearly 20 years as a conservation officer in Red Lake Nation, Shannon “Opie” Barron died near the end of his shift on Sunday. The Red...
article Hard Rock International Opens The Doors Of Flagship Cafe in The Iconic Piccadilly Circus
(London) -- Hard Rock International recently debuted its new flagship location in London's iconic Piccadilly Circus providing a look into the new brand vision for Hard...

7/8/2019

article Proposed pay hikes for Cherokee Nation officers criticized
(Oklahoma) -- Big salary increases proposed for leaders of the Cherokee Nation have sparked some controversy within the tribe. Five members of the Cherokee Nation...
article St. Louis officials move to take away 5 area firms' Native American minority designation
(Missouri) -- City officials have moved to take away minority contractor status from five area companies whose owners claimed Native American ancestry but aren’t...
article Sioux City Orpheum to host Frank LaMere Native American Presidential Forum
(Iowa) -- A new presidential forum is coming to Sioux City that honors the memory of a local activist. The Orpheum Theater will host an event designed to get candidates...
article Saint Regis Mohawk Tribal Council adopts residency ordinance
(New York) -- After years of discussion and consideration, The Saint Regis Mohawk Tribe has an ordinance defining residency rights of non-tribe members on tribal lands....
article Another tribal provision submitted for inclusion in 'must pass' defense bill
(Washington D.C.) -- The Little Shell Tribe of Chippewa Indians isn't the only one looking closely at a bill that typically isn't of intense interest in Native...
article Former Northern Cheyenne president pleads guilty to $14K in fraud
(Montana) -- The former president of the Northern Cheyenne tribe has admitted filing inflated or duplicate invoices for official travel, resulting in an over-...
article Bodies of six Native American teenagers returned after disinterment project
(Pennsylvania) -- Following a month-long disinterment project at the Carlisle U.S. Army barracks, the bodies of six teenagers are back with their ancestral tribes...
article VIDEO: Impact of Adoption Law Changes on Tribes
(Wisconsin) -- On July 2, the Assembly Speaker's Task Force on Adoption held a public hearing in Green Bay. The committee heard testimony from Joan Delabreau, vice-...
article Bishop Paiute Tribal Council Disbands Tribal Police Department
(California) -- As some of you may be aware of the recent issues surrounding the Bishop Paiute Tribe’s Police Department, the following has taken place: The Bishop...
article EID: Supreme Court’s pause in Murphy gives Oklahoma, Muscogee (Creek) Nation unexpected opportunity to strengthen public safety
(Washington D.C.) -- On its final day issuing decisions this year, the United States Supreme Court took the rare step of ordering that Carpenter v. Murphy, one of the...
article The Justice Department just pulled its lawyers from the census case. That could signal something ugly ahead.
(Washington D.C.) -- There are two likely explanations for the Justice Department replacing its legal team in the census citizenship question case. Neither of them is...
article Supreme Court rules Federation of Newfoundland Indians did little to stop sharing of its sensitive legal documents
(Ottawa) -- The Federation of Newfoundland Indians is appealing a recent court ruling involving its attempt to recover sensitive legal documents the group feels should...
article Council Has Reservations About Tribe's Move to Elk Run
(Minnesota) -- Rochester City Council members say they need more information on plans for the Elk Run Property, which has sat undeveloped in Pine Island for more than a...
article Tunica-Biloxi Tribe holds economic development summit in Marksville
(Louisiana) -- The Tunica-Biloxi Tribe of Louisiana presents the first Louisiana Rural Economic Development Summit along with Southern University Law Center this week in...
article Oglala Sioux Tribe pressed to amend constitution
(South Dakota) -- All across the country many tribes are calling for reform of their respective tribal constitution. This could be because of concerns over corruption,...
article Wyoming Works to Allow Tribal IDs for Voter Registration
(Wyoming) -- State and tribal officials are trying to make it easier for people to use tribal identification to register to vote. The Casper Star-Tribune reports Wyoming...
article How Bruce Rogow, a Former Civil Rights Attorney, Came to Represent Roger Stone
(Washington D.C.) -- Few in the legal community doubt Florida attorney Bruce Rogow’s prowess and integrity. He cut his teeth as a civil rights lawyer in...
article Feds boosting suicide prevention support for Maine tribes
(Maine) -- The federal government is providing funding to Maine to help prevent youth suicide, including in Native American populations. The U.S. Department of Health...
article Cherokee Leaders Declare Language in State of Emergency
(North Carolina) -- Cherokee leaders say their language is in a state of emergency and needs action before it becomes extinct. Members of the three federally recognized...
article Episode 1: "I'm Not A Monster Like Most People Think"
(Idaho) -- Who is the trans inmate suing the state of Idaho for sex reassignment surgery? We visit the Shoshone-Bannock Indian reservation where Adree Edmo grew up to...
article Alaska Native girl leads animated kids TV show in US first
(Alaska) -- Princess Daazhraii Johnson grew up eating dried salmon and moose-head soup — foods labeled weird by other kids who had no understanding of her culture...
article Nova Scotia teen who sang Mi'kmaq version of 'Blackbird' meets Paul McCartney
(British Columbia) -- Paul McCartney says he was a little anxious about singing "Blackbird" at a weekend concert after meeting a Cape Breton teenager behind a...
article Yakama Nation radio station KYNR gets its groove back
(Washington) -- For Native tribes in rural areas, radio can be a lifeline to community. The Yakama Nation in Central Washington runs its own station. And it’s...
article Full evacuation from Pikangikum First Nation begins due to forest fire
(Ontario) -- The Ontario government says a full evacuation of the northern First Nation of Pikangikum has begun as a forest fire burns nearby. A spokesman for the...
article The Forgotten Legend of Nick Lassa
(Montana) -- Lassa, a Native American from the Flathead Valley, played for one of the NFL’s original teams, the Oorang Indians, and wrestled bears during halftime...
article Tribal leader Gaylen Lee was victim of fatal North Fork shooting
(California) -- Tribal Elder Gaylen Lee was identified Monday by the North Fork Rancheria as the man slain Saturday by a gunman in the North Fork area. Robert Eugene...
article Native American Churches on Proposed Changes to Rules for the Religious Use of Bird Feathers
(Washington D.C.) -- A statement of the National Council of Native American Churches opposing changes to the existing United States Fish & Wildlife Service Rules...
article Sycuan Tribal Police Department Celebrates Four “Firsts”
(California) -- The Sycuan Tribal Police Department announced four exciting “firsts” for the leading tribal public safety agency in Indian Country. Pilar...

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