Vital funding happens when our citizens are counted. I challenge all Cherokees to participate in the 2020 Census and make a positive difference.
Pueblo culture is the focus of an annual meeting at Bears Ears National Monument in Utah.
I endured a war on their behalf and acquired diseases as a result, yet I am still a 'damn Indian.'
Efforts to begin an impeachment inquiry against President Donald Trump were tabled by an overwhelming vote of Democrats and Republicans.
The newly named Oyate Health Center will be serving the Oyate, or the people, in South Dakota.
Leaders of the Ute Tribe and the Yankton Sioux Tribe are calling on fellow Indian nations to oppose an eagle feather petition they say undermines sovereignty.
John Paul Stevens often supported the rights of tribes during his time on the nation's highest court.
Cora White Horse has faced no action so far from the Oglala Sioux Tribe after being accused of distributing prescription drugs.
July 16 was the first General Mad Anthony Day in Fort Wayne, Indiana. Not everyone, including the Miami Tribe, was celebrating.
Democratic lawmakers beat back a series of Republican amendments before advancing bills to restrict mining around the Grand Canyon and on tribal lands in Arizona and New Mexico.
The Shakopee Mdewakanton Sioux Community’s new cultural center, Hocokata Ti, opens to the public on July 26, 2019.
Throughout history, Native Americans have been subjected to federal laws that are offensive, immoral and outright racist.
The Oglala Sioux Tribe is the first Indian nation in South Dakota to recognize same-sex marriages.
Land acknowledgment is a recognition of a truth, a kind of verbal memorial that we erect in honor of indigenous peoples.
"When President Trump attacks people of color to advance his racist, fascist agenda, we have a duty to call it what it is," one leading Democrat said.
Montana Democrats got a political reality check at their rules convention.
The Aquinnah Wampanoag Tribe plans to appeal a judge's decision that places construction of a long-awaited casino under local jurisdiction.
"Those Tweets were NOT Racist. I don’t have a Racist bone in my body!" the president asserted. Democrats thought otherwise.
Are you out there, Danny? I knew your father.
The House Subcommittee for Indigenous Peoples of the United States is taking testimony on tribal land claims, tribal self-governance, Indian education and Indian policy.
Tribes are supporting legislation to ban energy development on ancestral lands in Arizona and in New Mexico.
Legislation to support tribal water rights and repeal outdated federal Indian laws are moving forward on Capitol Hill.
The 1890 Wounded Knee Massacre was a deliberate and planned military action.
The Trump administration has yet to offer comments on bills to address the #MMIW crisis and tribal jurisdiction over non-Indians.
Eleanor Spears Dove was a trailblazer for Native food and culture. She passed away just a couple of weeks before her 101st birthday.
The Wilton Rancheria continues to plan for a late 2020 opening for its casino amid ongoing litigation filed by opponents in California.
The Trump administration wants to set new barriers for migrants seeking asylum at the southern border.
A petition that could lead to major changes in the way eagle feathers are eagle parts are handled by the federal government has generated significant controversy.
Rosenda Strong, a Native mother of four, went missing on the Yakama Nation in October 2018.
The 19th annual Native Cinema Showcase begins and ends with portraits of strong women.
It appears that the Republicans no longer have a party, they have a cult.
A panel of progressive women of color in Congress talked about why they ran for office and what they hoped to do. President Trump responded on Twitter.
Tribes have already shared more than $1.2 billion in gaming revenues with the state of Oklahoma and the new governor wants more.
Most Lakota with any common sense know that there will never be a deal struck to return all of the Black Hills to the Indian people.
Even on my own reservation, ignorance about Hispanic culture abounds.
The Spokane Tribe has rebuffed a rival Indian nation's lawsuit.
With deportation sweeps expected in major cities and footage of "deplorable" conditions at the border, immigration rhetoric heated up on Capitol Hill.
It can be argued that thousands of "Native" peoples are being detained but there are no exact figures on the number of people being detained in the U.S.
The Havasupai Tribe is falling behind in education, health and emergency needs because it lacks affordable, reliable and high-speed broadband.
Jace Killsback was considered one of the brightest and best. He just admitted to federal fraud charges.
The share paid by the National Park Service ran more than the entire budget for the Native American Graves Protection and Repatriation Act.
The Iowa Supreme Court heard arguments in a case that arose from an incident at the casino owned by the Meskwaki Nation.
A five-year-old girl from the Cheyenne River Sioux Tribe died after being swept away in a creek on the reservation.
The Cherokee Nation’s website – Cherokee.org – relaunched July 1.
Tribes have enjoyed a cooperative relationship with Oklahoma for 15 years, and our gaming compact continues to be beneficial for all Oklahomans.
Manny Red Bear taught the Lakota language for 25 years until his contract was terminated by the Bureau of Indian Education.
The descendants of Lakota people no longer have control over their lives.
Riley Briones, Jr. was only 17 years old when he was accused of leading a gang that "terrorized" the Salt River Pima-Maricopa Indian Community.
The backers of the controversial Dakota Access Pipeline are seeking to double operations in North Dakota.
The Nooksack Tribe is getting back into the Class III gaming industry after a nearly four-year absence.
The Tejon Tribe is seeking local support in its journey toward self-sufficiency.
It's still anyone's guess why the nation's highest court postponed a decision in one of the most consequential Indian law cases in recent history.
Midway through the third year of the Trump presidency, someone is finally dedicated to tribal issues at the White House.
The Green New Deal is nonsensical, unworkable and simply a departure from reality.
Indian horseback riders, men, women and children, have returned to ride the Greasy Grass like their ancestors before them.
New Mexico's largest city amended a decades-old ordinance to recognize tribal sovereignty and create more services for Native people living in urban centers.
Native Americans are not chopped liver.
Wes Studi will make Oscar history by receiving an Academy of Motion Pictures honorary award in October 2019.
The disappearance and murder of indigenous girls and women in Canada is a genocide that the government is responsible for.
Arizona's largest city, known for its high rate of police shootings, continues to roll out body cameras to 2,000 first responders.
Drawing inspiration from the late Frank LaMere, Native activists are taking aim at the seemingly endless cycle of addiction and poverty.
Tribal leaders and one federal official will testify about infrastructure needs at a hearing of the House Subcommittee for Indigenous Peoples of the United States.
The House Subcommittee for Indigenous Peoples of the United States is gearing up for more activity following the recent holiday recess.
An Oglala Sioux man wants his freedom after serving nearly 30 years in the South Dakota State penitentiary system.
The Pascua Yaqui Tribe might open a third gaming facility in Arizona with the support of the local community.
The Confederated Tribes of the Umatilla Indian Reservation are adding more family-friendly amenities to their casino in Oregon.
The Osage Nation continues to expand its flagship gaming facility in Oklahoma with a $28 million hotel tower.
Federal recognition, tribal homelands and compensation for Native Americans exposed to uranium await further action in the nation's capital.
Aging roads, bridges and facilities in tribal communities are in need of critical improvements, maintenance and outright replacement.
Among the traditional Mohawks there is a special appreciation for the strawberry plant -- called Niihontesha.
On every reservation there is a visionary, a person who tries to create something new and promising, to protect something old and important.
June 25, 2019, marked the 143rd anniversary of the Battle of the Little Big Horn, aka Custer’s Last Stand or the Fight at the Greasy Grass.
There is no question that James McKinney murdered two people in 1991. But should he be put to death for it?
"Molly of Denali" is the first national children’s series with an Alaska Native lead character.
Gaylen D. Lee, an elder and historian from the North Fork Rancheria of Mono Indians, was killed at his home in California.
Non-Indian facilities in Virginia are now offering bets on "historical" horse races -- on devices that look and feel a lot like slot machines.
Tribal lending businesses are entitled to sovereign immunity, a federal appeals court ruled in a closely-watched case.
The human crisis on the border is worse than previously reported.
All across the country many tribes are calling for reform of their respective constitutions.
By showcasing their Indigenous identity, the fighting cholitas of Bolivia have achieved more popularity than the men.
I am a survivor of genocide, a direct descendent of Pretends Eagle, a documented survivor of The Battle at Little Bighorn.
It is rather apparent that Native people were not afforded the right to practice their spirituality in their own lands as "promised" by the U.S. Constitution.
The 2020 Census was going forward without a U.S. citizenship question. Until someone tweeted otherwise.
The Mississippi Band of Choctaw Indians has a new leader for the first time in nearly a decade.
The Trump administration is diverting funds from the agency in charge of Native ancestors and artifacts to pay for a Fourth of July spectacle.
A large contingent of Indigenous people expressed their unity, resilience and culture at the historic Pride March in New York City.
Our history is not history at all. The blood of our ancestors continues to run through our veins.
I consider the desecration of the Black Elk monument a racist act.
The Seminole Tribe is creating thousands of jobs in Florida as part of a $2.2 billion gaming expansion project at two facilities.
Winona "Hawatay" Mitchell Caramony was the oldest living Omaha tribal citizen and one of her tribe’s last fluent speakers.
Countless numbers of children being kept in U.S. custody are Indigenous from Central America.
The Teacher Institute program gives educators a better understanding of American Indian history, culture and art.
A clear and shared vision among Democrats is the only way to compete against "Make America Great Again."
The nation's highest court threw Indian Country for a loop on the final day of a blockbuster term for tribal rights.
Indian Country has made extraordinary progress on the diabetes front even though there remains a long way to go before the disease is under control.
Urban Indian patients are hoping to reach the leader of the Indian Health Service before tribes assume control of the Sioux San Hospital in South Dakota.
Tribal leaders are seeking support for bills that would guarantee water to their people in Arizona, Utah and New Mexico.
Legislation to extend federal recognition to the Little Shell Tribe has cleared both chambers of Congress but there's still more work to be done.
It looks like the Picayune Rancheria of Chukchansi Indians is getting back into the disenrollment game.
The Agua Caliente Band of Cahuilla Indians has big plans for tribal land in downtown Palm Springs, California.
The nation's highest court made Indian Country wait a really, really long time for a decision in one of most consequential cases in recent history.
Water rights for the Navajo Nation, the Hualapai Tribe and Pueblo tribes are being taken up on Capitol Hill.
Our Cherokee people have contributed in every major battle and war ever fought in this country and continue to serve in the Armed Forces in some of the highest rates per ethnicity.
A family court decision in Pine Ridge in October 2017 failed to keep a boy in the home that he was being raised in.
Including uranium on a list of "critical minerals" opens the door to expedited mining that will put tribal lands at risk, lawmakers were told.
Businesses owned by fake "Cherokee" entrepreneurs have landed more than $300 million in local, state and federal contracts.
A slavery reparations hearing on Juneteenth represented the result of centuries of work.
'This is just the start,' Manny Iron Hawk, a descendant of the 1890 Wounded Knee Massacre, told Indianz.Com
The nation's oldest and largest inter-tribal advocacy organization continues to undergo change, with a high-ranking staffer on the way out.
President Donald Trump, who has been hostile to tribal casinos, is getting a chance to remake the federal agency overseeing the Indian gaming industry.
Democrats are holding their first presidential debates but the candidates most familiar with Indian issues are not participating.
For more than 100 years, Native children in Maine were removed from their homes by state authorities and placed with White families in an attempt to erase their indigenous identity.
The Mashpee Wampanoag Tribe is battling the Trump administration in a lawsuit that will stay in the nation's capital.
The Schaghticoke Indian Tribe is once again pursuing federal recognition even after another faction was rejected by the Bureau of Indian Affairs.
The U.S. called the December 29, 1890, attack on Wounded Knee a "battle" but the Lakota people know it as a massacre of a peaceful encampment.
Is the nation's highest court on Indian time? It sure looks like it, judging by the wait for a decision in a highly-anticipated case.
Shareholders of Sealaska, an Alaska Native regional corporation, elected four people to the board of directors at their annual meeting
So I told my wife the story of my service in Vietnam.
When you litigate, it indeed becomes much harder to legislate.
Every day we delay approving the agreement, we hurt American farmers, ranchers, workers, manufacturers, and businesses.
Marty Waukazoo is arguably the greatest basketball player the Lakota nation has ever produced.
Rael Trosper's life has been touched by the kind of trauma and loss that would send others into a tailspin.
A new marker recognizes the ancestral home of the Ho-Chunk, acknowledges the circumstances that led to their forced removal, and honors the tribe's history of resistance and resilience.
Despite continued court delays, confidence remains high among the young people -- including Native youth -- suing the government for its support of fossil fuels.
Rep. Raul Grijalva (D-Arizona) said he expects 'full vindication' in connection with allegations of a hostile workplace in his office.
The Muscogee (Creek) Nation welcomed visitors back to its flagship gaming facility nearly a month after being shut down.
The Mescalero Apache Tribe is joining other Indian nations in New Mexico in offering sports betting.
The Colville Tribes are looking to work with local governments as they pursue economic development options in Washington state.
A bipartisan bill placing two tribes in Texas on the same footing as just about every other Indian nation when it comes to gaming is moving forward.
Following a long break after the death of its founder, the Wambli Ska Drum & Dance Society has resumed its weekly practices.
I congratulate our brave Native activists and those who dared to run for offices held by Whites here since the founding.
A former Democratic Congressman employed by the Chickasaw Nation is being accused of taking part in a attempted coup at the largest gun lobby.
One by one, members of the community stepped up to the microphone at the City Council meeting, some trembling and angry.
Observances and ceremonies for sacred places will be held across the land on the Summer Solstice.
Senator Richard Burr should apologize for his false and harsh comments and withdraw the flawed legislation that he’s championing.
Participation in Remember the Removal enables the riders to better understand the trials and tribulations our people faced during their journey to Indian Territory.
A new law opposed by Native activists and water protectors is being contested in federal court.
There are still many creative and very talented beaders in Indian Country.
For too long we political scientists in Canada have been bystanders to discussions about cultural genocide and genocide.
Federal recognition for the Little Shell Tribe of Chippewa Indians has been included in a 'must pass' bill.
Despite winning a landmark sovereignty case, the Aquinnah Wampanoag Tribe is being forced to seek local approval to construct a building that will house a Class II gaming facility.
Curtis St. Cyr gained notoriety playing harmonica and singing the blues. But he also dedicated his life to his people and his family.
A bill to improve aging roads and bridges in Indian Country and another to correct a failing of the disastrous tribal termination era are advancing on Capitol Hill.
The Trump administration came under fire for showing up unprepared to a hearing of the Senate Committee on Indian Affairs despite being notified a month ago.
Joy Harjo, a citizen of the Muscogee (Creek) Nation, has been named the 23rd Poet Laureate of the United States.
A Truth and Healing Council in California aims to ensure no one forgets about the genocide of Native peoples.
A sitting U.S. Senator is accusing North Carolina's most prominent tribe of hypocrisy and greed.
The fight against the long-delayed Keystone XL Pipeline is far from over despite a recent setback in the courts.
Undocumented immigrants and their families are being told to start preparing for possible deportation following a tweet from President Donald Trump.
It only took 194 days for the Supreme Court to issue one sovereignty decision. Where's the other one?
Democrats are hoping to avoid another shutdown of the federal government, like the one that crippled tribal and urban Indian communities earlier in the year.
Bills to address aging roads and bridges in Indian Country and to correct a failing of the tribal termination era are moving forward on Capitol Hill.
The Senate Committee on Indian Affairs is taking testimony on bills to address the crisis of the missing and murdered and to expand tribal jurisdiction over non-Indians.
Over the course of world history, D-Day remains one of the most pivotal moments.
Homes and buildings have been destroyed, roadways have been washed out, and many rivers and lakes have risen to record-breaking levels.
The Keystone XL Pipeline will lead to habitat destruction on the Great Plains, one scientist warns.
Canadian constitutional law and Aboriginal law are not likely what comes to mind when identifying the cause of a wildfire disaster.
L. Jace Killsback, a former president of the Northern Cheyenne Tribe, has pleaded guilty to federal fraud and conspiracy charges.
After years of setbacks, the Pueblo of Laguna is finally entering the commercial gaming industry.
A couple held at police gunpoint after their 4-year-old daughter allegedly shoplifted from a dollar store said officials haven't done enough to make up for the terrifying incident.
Peace and justice activist Frank LaMere is being laid to rest on the Winnebago Reservation as Native leaders and allies celebrate his legacy.
Frank LaMere, an activist from the Winnebago Tribe who was known for his decades of work in Indian Country, passed away on June 16, 2019.
Bills addressing the sovereign rights of tribes, aging Indian schools and the history of Ponca people are moving forward on Capitol Hill.
He wasn’t my patient, but he told his mother he was having suicidal thoughts and he needed to be seen right away.
Discussing money and finances in homes has been a taboo for many generations.
As he was waging war on the Creek Nation, Andrew Jackson sent three Creek children to live at his family home and plantation.
Amidst the sweet-smelling smoke of ponderosa pine, wildland firefighters are laboring to maintain – not extinguish – a blaze on federal forest land.
The Trump administration's failure to finalize hemp regulations is hindering at least one tribe's efforts to join the newly legal industry.
The children, many of them Indigenous, are dying. Where is the conscience of America?
There There by Tommy Orange has been described as one of the best books of 2018.
Undocumented immigration from Mexico has dropped so significantly over a decade that Mexicans no longer make up the majority of those living in the U.S. illegally.
With the Violence Against Women Act mired in partisan politics, a bipartisan group of lawmakers is shifting focus to the most vulnerable in Indian Country.
Veterans of the 1969 occupation of Alcatraz Island will return to the site of the historic takeover.
Northeastern Oklahoma is an area with some of the best outcomes for American Indian children in the country.
Urban Indians continue to express concerns about a tribal takeover of an Indian Health Service facility.
The Missing and Murdered Indigenous Women and Girls final report concludes that the long-term and ongoing murders and disappearances is an ongoing genocide.
Well, the 'Grandma' theme will not let me alone.
The Peoria Tribe is seeking more than $2 million from former casino managers after being hit with a federal enforcement action.
The Quapaw Nation has won approval to open a commercial casino on ancestral territory in Arkansas.
A decision from the nation's highest court could affect as many as 19 death row inmates in Arizona.
The nation's oldest and largest inter-tribal organization has hired Kevin Allis, Forest County Potawatomi, as its first chief executive officer.
The Cheyenne River Sioux Tribe is sending a strong but simple message to the developers of the Keystone XL Pipeline.
The Great Plains Tribal Chairmen's Health Board will manage most operations at the Sioux San Hospital in South Dakota.
The Mohegan Tribe has expanded its gaming and entertainment portfolio to Canada amid ongoing efforts closer to home.
The trial of No More Deaths volunteer Scott Warren ended without a verdict.
After a blockbuster season in which treaties have been front and center, it looks like the Supreme Court is taking a little break from Indian Country.
It is with a heavy heart that we share with you the passing of Joe Dan Osceola, 1936-2019.
Almost a half century later, people born and raised in Rapid City after June 9, 1972, can only imagine what the town looked like before the flood.
Two citizens of the Yakama Nation have been charged in connection with deadly shootings on the reservation in Washington state.
The Redding Rancheria is making progress on long-running plans to relocate its casino to a bigger site in northern California.
Is newly-confirmed Secretary of the Interior David Bernhardt about to present a nice gift to his home state of Colorado?
Two trophy skulls, recently discovered in Belize, may help shed light on the little-understood collapse of the once powerful Classic Maya civilization.
A 15-year-old Mexican teen was shot and killed in 'cold-blooded murder' by a border patrol agent, his family told the U.S. Supreme Court.
As a light rain turned the soil beneath their feet soft, water protectors and farmers dropped corn seeds on Ponca land in Nebraska.
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Look at the humanitarian and security crisis at the southern border, where the situation is rapidly getting worse each day and money is quickly running out to handle it effectively.
More people have been apprehended at the border in the past seven months than during any full year in the last decade.
The Department of Energy says changing the definition of nuclear waste will lead to $40 billion in savings.
Known for his benevolent spirit and quiet philanthropy, Ray Hillenbrand was a longtime supporter of the Native art community.
Five people were killed on the Yakama Nation, with four people arrested in connection with the murders.
The Fort McDowell Yavapai Nation is on track to complete its brand new gaming facility in Arizona.
After sharing $1.4 billion in gaming revenues with the state of New York, the Seneca Nation is saying no more.
The Saginaw Chippewa Tribe distributed $2.91 million to governmental and educational programs in three counties in Michigan.
The number of migrants apprehended surged to 144,278 in May, bringing the total for the first eight months of fiscal 2019 to 676,315, already more than any full year in the last decade.
A bill that changes the definition of "wild bison" could hurt tribal treaty rights, Montana's governor says.
Legislation to protect ancestral and sacred tribal lands is gaining steam on Capitol Hill.
This land is not the land of the free, ask any Indian.
Citing treaty rights and a need to protect water, tribes are challenging Keystone XL infrastructure in South Dakota.
Can the government be sued for climate change? Native youth are hoping they can.
One genocide is never the same as another, and therefore a static law or a fixed concept of genocide is of little use to protect us from its horrors.
The Eastern Shoshone Tribe is laying off employees, reducing hours and implementing other cost-cutting measures at its casino in Wyoming.
Resistance to the Keystone XL Pipeline continues on ancestral tribal land in Nebraska.
No matter who you are or what your circumstance is, you will always have a home in this tribe.
Tribal and environmental leaders urged lawmakers to protect sacred land by banning mining around the Grand Canyon.
Two studies published in the journal Nature attempt to shed light on the genetic origins of American Indians, Alaska Natives and other Native peoples
American Indian and Alaska Native men report high rates of domestic violence, sexual violence and stalking, too.
The federal government is failing to meet its trust and treaty obligations, according to the U.S. Commission on Civil Rights.
The House Subcommittee for Indigenous Peoples of the United States is taking testimony on tribal homelands and tribal treaty bills.
Three women have organized a prayer walk to shed light on the men and boys who are part of the movement to identify those responsible for the missing and murdered.
The murder and disappearance of Indigenous women and girls are occurring at stunning rates at both sides of the Medicine Line, with shared historical reasons.
The Crow Nation wants a say in the future of the Crazy Mountains, a range that shaped the history of the tribe and the West at large.
Native women made history by seeking public office in Rapid City, South Dakota, though none won their races.
The window to plant hemp is ending soon and the Flandreau Santee Sioux Tribe wants to get moving.
A completed casino expansion on Creek territory in Alabama continues to generate friction between two tribes.
Only seven Republicans joined Democrats in voting for the American Dream and Promise Act in the U.S. House of Representatives.
Fresh off one policy strike against the Trump administration, tribes and Democrats in Congress are looking to score another.
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“Between Two Knees” is the first play from the Native comedy troupe, the 1491s. It’s at the Oregon Shakespeare Festival in Ashland, Oregon through Oct. 27. It’s a biting comedy that the Seattle Times calls “a loose pastiche of irreverent historical satire.” We’ll hear from the 1491s about using comedy and live theater to open a dialogue about systematic oppression.
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