Cleveland, Ohio is just one of many cities where the leaders of the urban American Indian movement era are dwindling, writes Charles Kader on Indian Country Media Network.
Leaders of the Navajo Nation are hailing a federal appeals court ruling that protects the tribe's sovereignty.
Tribes often face enormous obstacles in the nation's capital and a Congressional hearing that flew under Indian Country's radar helps explain why.
The fight against the Dakota Access Pipeline led to the creation of the Standing Rock Nation Film and Music Festival.
A. Paul Ortega, the Apache musician and traditional healer, died on May 17 at his home in Mescalero Territory in New Mexico.
Holly Cook Macarro, a citizen of the Red Lake Nation, is the new president of the board of directors for the American Indian Graduate Center.
Claudia Kauffman, a citizen of the Nez Perce Tribe, is running for Commissioner for the Port of Seattle in Washington.
When it comes to the indigenous in the Americas time does not heal all wounds, nor does it right all wrongs, Carolina Castoreno writes on Indian Country Today.
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