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Editorial: It's time for South Dakota to give Kristi Noem the boot Editorial: It's time for South Dakota to give Kristi Noem the boot (08/21)
It is time for a change and it is early enough for all Indians to register to vote and when the time comes, get out and make that vote count.
Brandon Ecoffey: Tribal college graduates deserve more support Brandon Ecoffey: Tribal college graduates deserve more support (08/21)
In this age of social media information is transferred from one person to another at almost instantaneous speed.
Brandon Ecoffey: Tribal college graduates deserve more support Brandon Ecoffey: Tribal college graduates deserve more support (08/21)
In this age of social media information is transferred from one person to another at almost instantaneous speed.
Arne Vainio: Doing more to support our Native youth in medicine Arne Vainio: Doing more to support our Native youth in medicine (08/21)
Attending the annual meeting of the Association of American Indian Physicians made me realize what I’ve been doing to help our youth isn’t enough.
Jon Magnuson: Tribes building their own traditional economies Jon Magnuson: Tribes building their own traditional economies (08/21)
No one is going to turn the clock back, but there will be decisions, perhaps more important now than ever, to be made by tribes.
Steven Newcomb: Pope in denial about genocide of our peoples Steven Newcomb: Pope in denial about genocide of our peoples (08/21)
The Holy See is carefully avoiding its own 'sacred and praiseworthy' purpose of domination by means of the subjection of the original nations of the continent.
Dana Lone Elk: A hot bowl of Lakota soup makes your life better Dana Lone Elk: A hot bowl of Lakota soup makes your life better (08/20)
Even when it is 100 degrees out a hot bowl of soup will still fill you up and make life better.
Ivan Star: Teach our youth about traditional tribal government Ivan Star: Teach our youth about traditional tribal government (08/20)
I have been hearing an occasional word or two among a small percentage of our young people regarding traditional government.
Sarah Sunshine Manning: Making sure all Native lives matter Sarah Sunshine Manning: Making sure all Native lives matter (08/19)
The toxicology report of Sarah Lee Circle Bear, who died in early July while in police custody, states that she died of a meth overdose.
Arvol Looking Horse: Let's pay respect to our sacred way of life Arvol Looking Horse: Let's pay respect to our sacred way of life (08/19)
Today we need to address the Lakota ways, because a lot of people think that our way means taking on names and not having to earn that name later on in life.
Gyasi Ross: Indian Country entering a new era with drug game Gyasi Ross: Indian Country entering a new era with drug game (08/19)
Since reservations won’t be drug-free, the tribe may as well make the money for the sale? Something like that.
Vi Waln: Lakota woman mistakenly arrested during Sundance Vi Waln: Lakota woman mistakenly arrested during Sundance (08/19)
Journalists often face the risk of retaliation when we sit down to write a story or opinion.
Jenny Bell-Jones: Embrace land-into-trust for Alaska tribes Jenny Bell-Jones: Embrace land-into-trust for Alaska tribes (08/18)
The need for Alaska’s tribes to be able to place their fee lands into trust to improve governance is huge.
Opinion: Church's apology not enough for some Native people Opinion: Church's apology not enough for some Native people (08/18)
Valenten Lopez: 'How can Pope Francis and the Catholic Church speak or act with moral authority when they know that they have mistreated the indigenous people?'
Ross Coen: Elizabeth Peratrovich remains a true Native hero Ross Coen: Elizabeth Peratrovich remains a true Native hero (08/18)
Elizabeth Peratrovich is remembered today for her role in the passage of the Anti-Discrimination Act of 1945.
Dermot Cole: Native men still seeking justice after 18 years Dermot Cole: Native men still seeking justice after 18 years (08/18)
There are those who believe the Native men were wrongly convicted, that racism had a lot to do with it and white men would have never been convicted in similar circumstances.
Tara Houska: Native people more likely to be shot by police Tara Houska: Native people more likely to be shot by police (08/18)
Ma-hi-vist Goodblanket. Corey Kanosh. Allen Locke. Paul Castaway. Sarah Lee Circle Bear. Do any of these names sound familiar?
Debra White Plume: Oglala Sioux Tribe battles uranium mine Debra White Plume: Oglala Sioux Tribe battles uranium mine (08/18)
Our worldview ingrains the belief in our Lakota spirits, hearts and minds that water is a sacred gift.
Steven Newcomb: Sen. McCain to blame for shady land swap Steven Newcomb: Sen. McCain to blame for shady land swap (08/18)
Dominating and dehumanizing conceptions from the fifteenth century, interwoven in existing U.S. law, are still being used today to create a subjecting form of reality for our original nations.
Jay Daniels: KIDS Act punishes tribes for exercising sovereignty Jay Daniels: KIDS Act punishes tribes for exercising sovereignty (08/17)
Estimates are that tribal legalization of marijuana could be a a greater revenue source than gaming.
Marsha Small: Loss of bison led to rise of diabetes among tribes Marsha Small: Loss of bison led to rise of diabetes among tribes (08/17)
To the people whose roots run deepest in Montana, almost nothing has inflicted more environmental and economic harm than eliminating wild buffalo.
Editorial: Symposium focuses on race and healing in Montana Editorial: Symposium focuses on race and healing in Montana (08/17)
Sometimes, the hardest things to talk about are exactly those which need to be discussed the most.
Editorial: Crow Tribe moves toward prosperity with coal project Editorial: Crow Tribe moves toward prosperity with coal project (08/17)
The Crow Tribe has been forced to wait for its chance to lift itself up by its bootstraps and achieve the American dream.
Gordon Jackson: Land-into-trust brings hope for Alaska tribes Gordon Jackson: Land-into-trust brings hope for Alaska tribes (08/17)
The state’s indifference to Alaska Natives continues, especially in its abrogation of basic services to Alaska Native villages.
Opinion: Andrew Jackson should be the one who faces removal Opinion: Andrew Jackson should be the one who faces removal (08/17)
Jackson signed the Indian Removal Act of 1830, which forced American Indian tribes to leave their homes and property in southern states to make way for white settlers and cotton.
Editorial: Church wrong to use Indian children to raise money Editorial: Church wrong to use Indian children to raise money (08/17)
Two wrongs have made nothing right in the hushed settlement between the Northern Cheyenne tribe and the Roman Catholic Diocese of Great Falls-Billings.
Editorial: Oglala Sioux Tribe must step up and address suicide Editorial: Oglala Sioux Tribe must step up and address suicide (08/17)
It is a small beginning but the problem of teen suicide in Indian Country is growing and it must be faced head-on and a solution found.
Scottie Addison: Rainbow Gathering respects tribal traditions Scottie Addison: Rainbow Gathering respects tribal traditions (08/17)
Understand that the Rainbow Gathering is a spiritual pilgrimage open to all, welcoming many beliefs and inclusive of many cultures.
Clara Caufield: Northern Cheyenne Tribe must be accountable Clara Caufield: Northern Cheyenne Tribe must be accountable (08/14)
It is easy to pick on elected officials, such as our tribal councils. Maybe I do that too often.
Tom Arviso: Navajo Times celebrates five decades of growth Tom Arviso: Navajo Times celebrates five decades of growth (08/14)
On Thursday, August 4, 1960, the first official edition of the Navajo Times newspaper was published.
Vince Two Eagles: Being related is only one part of the picture Vince Two Eagles: Being related is only one part of the picture (08/14)
Sitomani ob washteya ipi ichiye means to be in good relationship with all things.
Dale Miles: Site was never sacred to San Carlos Apache Tribe Dale Miles: Site was never sacred to San Carlos Apache Tribe (08/14)
Does it not bother anyone that rarely do we hear a voice of someone on the street who doesn’t support tribal government’s view on Oak Flat?
Steve Russell: Good may come from murder of Cecil the Lion Steve Russell: Good may come from murder of Cecil the Lion (08/14)
Right now, the exotic kill is important not because you have the courage to do it—none is required---but because you have the money to do it.
History: When Donald Trump belittled the Ramapough Nation History: When Donald Trump belittled the Ramapough Nation (08/13)
Imagine that you have to prove your ethnicity when filling out a census form and myriad other forms posing that question in American society
Mary Annette Pember: Indian mother suffered through trauma Mary Annette Pember: Indian mother suffered through trauma (08/13)
Our growing knowledge about trauma is underscoring the depth of its impact not only on us but on our families as well.

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