Remember 2019? Because those memories are so important now
Tribes work to beat the Census clock
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Is it respectful for family members to mislead or guide their own elders into political positions for their own purposes?
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More call for pause as US weighs New Mexico drilling plan
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News we’re talking about today, Friday, Sept. 18, 2020, including protests over First Nations lobster fishing in Nova Scotia; Finland’s return of Pueblo human remains; a court ruling on Oklahoma gaming compacts with two tribes; and more
The nation looks to spend $177 million before the end of the year
The prominent Musqueam leader fought for his aboriginal right to hunt and fish
On the Indian Country Today newscast for Thursday, September 17, 2020 is guest Melanie Moniz, followed by Indian Country Today reporter Kolby KickingWoman
Pennsylvania will have the first Federally recognized Indian Tribe (S
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How could the American Indians have a fake Elizabeth warren represent