A look at two invented statuses tied together in history – the corporate persons and those described as domestic, dependent nations.
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The President’s recent actions deny Indigenous Peoples’ right to due process, violate federal law, and disregard international human rights norms.
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Staff at the White Buffalo Calf Woman Society discovered that Native youth sex offenders fall into an entirely different category than adult offenders.
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BISHOP, California—For thousands of people in rural Eastern Sierra counties who count on the Toiyabe Indian Health Project (TIHP) for their primary health care needs, Toiyabe’s new clinic is nothing short of a lifesaver.
The $17.5 million facility includes two main buildings totaling 55,000 square feet that house the comprehensive health and wellness facility providing primary care, pharmaceutical, dialysis, behavioral health, dental, preventive medicine, public health, optometry, pharmacy and laboratory services.
“The new clinic buildings allow us to expand services and better serve our patients and community,” said David Lent,
A Suncor oil refinery near Denver, Colorado, belched toxic gases into the air for the second time in five months, according to reports.
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Tom O’Halleran traveled an unusual road from a rough Chicago neighborhood to the representative from Arizona’s 1st Congressional District.
Chaco Canyon, the haunting pinnacle of the ancient Anasazi civilization, beckons even as it is besieged by fracking operations.
Julian SpearChief-Morris, Blood Tribe, is the first indigenous student to be elected president of the Harvard Legal Aid Bureau in the bureau’s 104-year history.
SEATTLE – Traditional foods with a twist. Snack bites from Tlingit country, made from coho salmon and spruce tips. Affordable art by a famous Northwest Coast Native artist (and it comes with chocolate!). Here are some very cool products that have emerged recently from Northwest Native America.
Art and chocolate: Three chocolate tins offered by noted Canadian chocolatier Rogers’ Chocolates feature art by Richard Hunt, the Kwaguilth artist and member of the Hunt family of artists.
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Seven videos showing families dealing with diabetes in Indian country have been created at the University of Oklahoma as a way to inspire other families dealing with it.
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Make or break moment awaits as Speaker Paul Ryan needs 216 votes to move his health care reform proposal on to the Senate. The vote is today.
The story of Alaska and Montana is not front and center in the health care debate in the House. But it should be.
With World Water Day upon us, join in a synchronized meditation at a water source near you, or watch the film ‘Water Is Life: You Are What You Drink’ online.
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Inspiring ambition in youth often boils down to exposure to the right role models, resources and encouraging environments.
An upcoming summit in New Mexico will connect Native youth with tribal leaders and successful Native business owners. Students will have the opportunity to network with tribal and community partners and access to resources that can lead to scholarships, mentorships, internships and jobs.
The Native American Youth Empowerment Symposium (NYES) takes place Wednesday,
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On World Water Day, Ojibwe grandmothers prepare for the annual Water Walk to celebrate its life-giving powers and the danger it’s in.
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The governor and state of North Dakota took time to spread news about garbage and pollution from the Oceti Sakowin Camp but never addressed their own.
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For his service, commitment, and dedication to the greater good of the American Indian community, Ernest (“Ernie”) L. Stevens, Sr., will be honored by the Phoenix Indian Center with the 2017 Leon Grant Spirit of the Community Award. His son, Ernie Stevens, Jr., chairman of the National Indian Gaming Association, will accept the honor at the 34th Annual Silver & Turquoise Ball on his father’s behalf.
This year’s ball celebrates the Center’s 70 years of service to the valley’s American Indian community.
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Advocacy groups spoke at a congressional briefing in Washington, D.C. recently on the issue of missing and murdered Native American women.
On March 16, a federal District Court dismissed a class action suit brought by the Goldwater Institute challenging the constitutionality of ICWA.
Paying a commissioner $5 could get an opportunistic white person on the Dawes Rolls 125 years ago, which still causes problems for tribes today.
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The hidden costs of Affordable Care Act repeal with American Health Care Act replacement on Native Americans.
The health status of Native peoples has consistently lagged behind other U.S. populations, but the Affordable Care Act was improving the conditions.
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Taboo, along with grammy-award winning artists, esteemed Native Americans raise awareness of climate change, racial injustice.
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Tribes have been complaining that one of two federal agencies supposed to be battling the issue of homeless Indian veterans is falling short.
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“Tattooed New York” explores 300 years of tattooing in New York City, beginning with Native American tattoos and how Natives influenced the body art industry.
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