Jackson Rancheria joins publishing industry with The Acorn News

Written by at October 31, 2016

The Acorn News is being published Tuesdays and Fridays.

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Albert Bender: War crimes committed against #NoDAPL resisters

Written by at October 31, 2016

‘War crimes are being committed against Native Americans by the Morton County Sheriff’s department in North Dakota.’

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Attempted murder charge announced after #NoDAPL crackdown

Written by at October 31, 2016

Red Fawn Fallis, 37, is accused of firing a gun at police officers during a violent crackdown in North Dakota.

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Mark Anthony Rolo: Bad River Band took a stand against big mine

Written by at October 31, 2016

‘People all over the country are becoming fed up with corporate exploitation of the land and natural resources.’

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Jingle Dress Dancers Bring Their Healing Dance to Standing Rock – Native American Articles – PowWows.com – Native American Pow Wows

Written by at October 31, 2016

After a rough week on the frontlines in North Dakota, some much needed healing was desperately needed. Jingle dress dancers from all over came to Standing Rock on Saturday October …

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Actor Mark Ruffalo Offers His Support to Standing Rock – Native American Articles – PowWows.com – Native American Pow Wows

Written by at October 31, 2016

Actor Mark Ruffalo Offers His Support to Standing Rock – Native American Articles – PowWows.com – Native American Pow Wows

Mark Ruffalo has always used his celebrity to speak out against issues such as fracking, climate change, and most recently the Dakota Access Pipeline. This week he joined up with …

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Grand Ronde Tribes drop legal challenge to Cowlitz Tribe casino

Written by at October 31, 2016

Grande Ronde leaders have changed their mind and won’t try to prevent a fellow tribe from joining the Indian gaming industry.

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A Spooktacular ‘Superhero Antihero’ Exhibition at IAIA

Written by at October 31, 2016

Even Indigenous Elvis came out for Superhero Antihero at the Balzer Contemporary Edge Gallery at the Institute of American Indian Arts on October 20….

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$4.4M Fuel and Convenience Store Coming to Gun Lake Casino

Written by at October 31, 2016

A new 24/7 fuel, convenience and dining station is being built on tribal trust land in Wayland, Michigan….

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School's Trail of Tears Banner Apology Marred as Native, Slave, Mexican, Asian Pics Surface

Written by at October 31, 2016

In the wake of a “Trail of Tears” banner McClain High School cheerleaders displayed during a football game Friday October 28th against the Hillsboro Indians, the…

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Curse of Sockalexis, Russell Means Cast Shadow on Cleveland Indians

Written by at October 31, 2016

Not meant to be anywhere near as darkly humorous as Boston’s celebrated “Curse of the Bambino” or the Chicago Cubs’ concerns about curses related to a billy goat or a reviled fa…

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Michigan tribes share $28.6M in gaming funds with communities

Written by at October 31, 2016

The amount shared in 2015 was 1.8 percent lower than the year prior as some tribes saw declines in their net wins.

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North Dakota Forges a History from Pipeline to Ballots

Written by at October 31, 2016

TRAHANT REPORTS— It’s an understatement to say that North Dako…

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Editorial: Tule River Tribe deserves support for casino relocation

Written by at October 31, 2016

The Porterville Recorder: ‘We feel the tribe has been a good steward of its profits from the casino and has in the past and we expect will in the future, continue to invest in its people and the community.’

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Enterprise Rancheria casino work in limbo due to legal challenge

Written by at October 31, 2016

The United Auburn Indian Community, the owners of a successful gaming facility, is fighting the new development.

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How One Laguna Pueblo Woman Is Making a Name for Herself in Brain Research

Written by at October 31, 2016

When Andrea Gomez was 8 years old, she told anyone who would listen that she wanted to be a microbiologist….

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Navajo Farm and East Coast Church Connected by Pumpkins

Written by at October 31, 2016

Picking the right pumpkin was an involved process for 6-year-old Tobin Coolbaugh….

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‘White Clay Blood Is on Your Hands’: Skyhawk Lashes Legislature

Written by at October 31, 2016

On October 11 in Lincoln, Nebraska, Sonny Skyhawk stood before a committee of the Nebraska Legislature with a clear mes…

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Malheur v. DAPL: Jury Nullification or Prosecutor Overreach?

Written by at October 31, 2016

Ammon and Ryan Bundy, sons of the man who set up the Second Amendment right to go armed as a defense to failure to pay 20 years of grazing fees, have walked away from conspiracy…

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Hilary Duff and Boyfriend Apologize for Pilgrim and Native ‘Chief’ Costume

Written by at October 31, 2016

Shortly after actress Hilary Duff and her boyfriend, Jason Walsh, dressed as a pilgrim and a Native American chief at a halloween party in Beverly Hills on Frida…

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The Week That Was: The Big Stories in Indian Country, October 30, 2016

Written by at October 30, 2016

The battlefields of Iraq came to North Dakota, the election plot thickened yet again, and the police-killing statistics of Natives rose by a tragic one….

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NoDAPL Water Protector Halloween Costumes Hit Social Media

Written by at October 30, 2016

In the midst of the struggles faced by Native people on the frontlines of NoDAPL, some individuals have taken to social media, posting pictures of themselves in …

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Society of Indian Psychologists' Response to Pipeline Protest

Written by at October 30, 2016

As clinicians, educators and scholars, we find the treatment of the Standing Rock protesters in North Dakota to be reprehensible, and the continuing construction of a pipeline w…

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Video: Everyday Native Americans Respond to #YesDAPL

Written by at October 30, 2016

“You all are embarrassing yourselves.” “People like this should be shot on sight.”…

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In Case You Thought Racism Was Dead

Written by at October 30, 2016

October 27, 2016 will go down as one of the saddest days in a very long time for Indian country, and for the United States more broadly….

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