Indian Country headlines for Tuesday
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U.S. District Judge Murray Snow has ruled against a group of tribal citizens in a lawsuit seeking to have votes from the reservation counted after Election Day #NativeVote20
The Associated Press
Denise Juneau reports on state of Seattle public schools during the pandemic. Plus Kolby KickingWoman gets us up to date on all the bills in Washington affecting Indian Country.
Indian Country Today
Stories we’re following: Seneca elder recalls forced 1965 removal, Shinnecock Nation announces casino venture, appeals court rules on coronavirus relief money, and more
The healing power of the annual wild rice harvest transcends the pandemic
Mary Annette Pember
'If the state of New York works with the nation, great things can be achieved'
Sandra Hale Schulman
'The nature of the crisis is there has been discord, unrest from our citizens about the growing of this hemp'
Pennsylvania will have the first Federally recognized Indian Tribe (S
Indigenous Children's Virtual Contest - Abya-Yala Cultural Exchange
Fair and square.
How could the American Indians have a fake Elizabeth warren represent