Colville Hunters Want to Hunt Ancestral Lands, BC Government Says No

Written by at May 25, 2017

A question about Canadian aboriginal rights is at the heart of an appeal by British Columbia that could stop Colville members from hunting ancestral lands.

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Lost City of Etzanoa Found

Written by at May 25, 2017

Another of North America’s “lost cities” has been found; the urban center—called Etzanoa by the Spanish—was home to some 20,000 Wichita Indians in southern Kansas.

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Oregon Country Fair Cancels Fake Native Totem Pole Raising

Written by at May 25, 2017

Oregon Country Fair cancels fake “working together” totem pole raising by Ritz Sauna & Showers after tribal members raise cultural appropriation concerns.

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NICE LARGE HAND CRAFTED CUT BEADED NATIVE AMERICAN INDIAN BUCKSKIN PURSE/BAG – eBay Find of the week – Native American Articles – PowWows.com –…

Written by at May 25, 2017

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Bruce Duthu at Dartmouth: Overcoming Systemic Discrimination

Written by at May 24, 2017

Dartmouth nearly had a Native as Dean of Faculty, but discrimination caused Native American Studies professor Bruce Duthu to reconsider.

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California Salmon and Trout in Peril: Study

Written by at May 24, 2017

If conditions are not improved, salmonids such as trout and Chinook salmon could go extinct in California within 50 years, a new study says.

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Northwest Ordinance and Slavery: White Supremacy in the Foundation of the US

Written by at May 24, 2017

Robert Alexander’s “The Northwest Ordinance” shows how the 1787 Northwest Ordinance served as a mechanism for extending U.S. jurisdiction.

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VIDEO: 6th Grader Herbie Barber IV: Champ Choctaw Punts Over an Airplane

Written by at May 24, 2017

VIDEO: Introducing Herbie Barber IV: The Victorious Sixth-grade Choctaw football player that can punt over a large airplane

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May 23 Was a Day in Resistance History: The Beginning of the Trail of Tears

Written by at May 24, 2017

Eight years after the U.S. government passed the Indian Removal Act, the Cherokee Nation was devastated by internment camps and the Trail of Tears.

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Goodbye DAPL: US Bank Will Cease to Fund Oil/Gas Pipelines

Written by at May 24, 2017

U.S. Bank has amended its Environmental Responsibility Policy to state they will not fund oil and gas pipelines, like DAPL, that are unfriendly projects.

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Tribes clear legislative hurdle in bid for new casino in Connecticut

Written by at May 24, 2017

The Mashantucket Pequot Tribal Nation and the Mohegan Tribe see the facility as a way to keep jobs and revenue in the state.

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From Rock to Hip Hop: 15 Indigenous Music Award Winners Named in Winnipeg

Written by at May 24, 2017

15 Indigenous Music Award Winners, 4 Pow Wow Drum Groups and Miss Manito Ahbee named at the Manitho Ahbee Festival in Winnipeg, Manitoba Canada.

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First Bison Calf Born on Wind River Reservation

Written by at May 24, 2017

The first buffalo calf to be born on the Wind River Reservation in more than 130 years brings hope for the future.

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Another guilty plea in theft of gaming funds from Winnebago Tribe

Written by at May 24, 2017

The former secretary of the tribe is the second person to admit to a crime.

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America the Unbelievable: The Trump Administration Show

Written by at May 24, 2017

The presidency of Donald Trump only works as reality TV because of the chaos, unprofessionalism, and distraction – making it a story hard to believe.

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YES! Magazine: Native birthing center maintains tribal traditions

Written by at May 24, 2017

A birthing center opening next year in New Mexico will provide a safe place for women and their traditions.

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Peter d’Errico: Founding Fathers conspired to take land from tribes

Written by at May 24, 2017

‘The Northwest Ordinance’ exposes the murky dealings that lead to US jurisdiction extending beyond the 13 colonies.

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Forgotten: American Indians in Texas

Written by at May 24, 2017

The history of American Indians in Texas has been overlooked and whitewashed, and broken promises to the Alabama and Coushatta nations are truly egregious.

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Alabama-Coushatta Indians Litigate the Honor of Texas

Written by at May 24, 2017

Alabama-Coushatta Indians Litigate the Honor of Texas

Texas wants to fine the Alabama-Coushatta $10,000 for every day they have offered electronic bingo at Naskila, claiming the tribe is in violation of a federal injunction.

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Bears Ears: What a National Monument Designation Means

Written by at May 24, 2017

Amid confusion over what activities can be conducted in Bears Ears as a national monument, a BLM fact sheet and video in Navajo shed light.

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Trump administration ready to let Cobell program run out of funds

Written by at May 24, 2017

A top official at the Department of the Interior drew a rebuke for characterizing Indian Country as greedy.

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Navajo Nation School Focuses on Language Revitalization

Written by at May 24, 2017

A Navajo Nation elementary immersion school is teaching Native American students Diné language and culture in an effort to revitalize the language.

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Pascua Yaqui Tribe reports first jury conviction of non-Indian offender

Written by at May 24, 2017

A non-Indian man awaits sentencing for an incident involving his wife, a tribal citizen.

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Northwest tribes slam Donald Trump’s budget for cuts to Indian programs

Written by at May 24, 2017

Leaders from the Affiliated Tribes of Northwest Indians say the new administration isn’t listening to Indian Country.

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Cheyenne River Sioux Tribe finds one bright spot in Trump’s budget

Written by at May 24, 2017

The Trump administration is canceling a drilling test on treaty territory in South Dakota.

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