The Freedmen of the Cherokee Nation remain in limbo while the Freedmen of the Seminole Nation are still being denied certain services.
Ty’ithreeha Allen (Yurok), Gabriella Jarnaghan (Hoopa) and Raymond LeBeau (Pit River) each received $10,000 to further their education.
American Indians at the camp continued to be painted as people that should be feared: terrorists.
The people I met at Standing Rock are my neighbors and fellow North Dakotans. They deserve to be treated with respect.
The final conference of the Obama era is taking place September 27 and September 27 in Washington, D.C.
As a mother, it’s heartbreaking to watch this video. Two men, best friends, in the Norway House Cree Nation community in Manitoba, recently discovered they were switched at birth. All …
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As Labor Day weekend approaches and the last remnants of summer fade, along with the smells of barbecued corn and Grandma’s huge pot of baked-beans (love that hi…
The Native American Journalists Association announced more than 200 national media awards recognizing excellence in rep…
Opponents are trying to stop the Massachusetts tribe from building a casino in their backyard.
The California tribe promised $10 million over 10 years but no grants have been issued since 2013.
Last week, the Fond du Lac Band of Lake Superior Chippewa debuted its new solar farm in Minnesota….
To the excitement of Seth Rogen fans, his toilet-humored animated film “Sausage Party” hit theaters this August….
Standing Rock Sioux Chairman David Archambault II welcomed a delegation of eight Indian nations from Washington State on Tuesday August 30 who joined the growing opposition to t…
It all adds up and becomes more. At one point this past spring the Camp of the Sacred Stones consisted of approximately 100 people who wanted to protect the waters….
As we see the struggle against the Dakota Access Pipeline (DAPL) unfolding on the Standing Rock Sioux reservation, the question we hear Indians and Non-Indians asking themselves…
The 14-year-old girl who bumps around in the police wagon is being unceremoniously returned to the Willingdon Industrial School for Girls, a juvenile correctional institute on V…
Global warming may have started far earlier than anyone has so far imagined….
Their Apache ancestors were chased, hunted and herded into history….
Brazil’s environmental officials said that the license for the largest hydro-electric dam project on the Amazon River w…
Leandro Frank was involved in a head-on collision while responding to a call on the Arizona portion of the reservation.
Direct Service Tribes are the tribes that rely on the IHS to provide health care to their communities.
The Camp of the Sacred Stones was on edge amid fears that construction on the Dakota Access Pipeline might resume in North Dakota.
The new school at the Camp of the Sacred Stones held its first classes on August 29, 2016.
LAKE ANDES, S.D. (AP) – At Andes Central, teachers preparing for the school year did more than just stock their classrooms with school supplies. They also reviewed warning signs of meth abuse and policies that school officials are to follow when face-to-face with a possible drug or alcohol issue.“Some people just want to brush the meth problem under the rug,” Principal Rocky Brinkman said.
TACOMA, Wash. (AP) — About 76 kids are unable to attend a tribal school that has stopped enrolling students who are not registered with a tribe.The Puyallup Tribe of Indians operates Chief Leschi Schools for kids from about 60 tribes in preschool through high school, the News Tribune reported.Superintendent Amy Eveskcige said the board decided on stricter enrollment standards after it was discovered that students without tribal registration left a $930,000 gap in school funding that had to be made up with other sources. That accounts for about 20 percent of the schools $4.5 million operating budget.The federal Bureau of Indian Education kicks in about $5,000 for each registered tribal citizen enrolled.The schools have to be able to pay bills and put Puyallup Tribe kids first, Eveskcige said.”We are a tribal school that belongs to the Puyallup Tribe,” she said.
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