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Memorial Day 2015: Remembering Those Who Defended American Soil & Liberty

Tweet Commentary Today is Memorial Day. Tribal offices are closed throughout

The Hopi Tribe Gains Support of Arizona Congressional Delegation to Halt Sale of Sacred Items by Paris Auction House

Tweet PHOENIX — Herman G. Honanie, chairman of the Hopi Tribe,

Leonard Peltier on the Passing of Roselyn Jumping Bull Holy Rock

Tweet COLEMAN, FLORIDA — The mid-1970s were tumultuous  on the Pine

Citing Lack of Money, Haskell Indian Nations University Shuts Down Football Program for Upcoming Season

Tweet   Breaking News LAWRENCE, KANSAS — In a move to

Federal Magistrate Rules Delaware Tribal Citizen Cannot Wear Eagle Feather in Graduation Cap

Tweet School’s attorney grills teen to tears TULSA — An appeal

Senate Committee on Indian Affairs to Hold Oversight Hearing on Indian Water Rights Settlements

Tweet WASHINGTON — On Wednesday, May 20th at 2:15 PM EST, the

16-Year-Old Student Gored by Bison at Yellowstone National Park

Tweet YELLOWSTONE NATIONAL PARK— A 16-year-old foreign exchange student from Taiwan

Cherokee Nation’s Diabetes Prevention Coordinator on National Panel

Tweet SAN DIEGO — Cherokee Nation’s longtime Diabetes Prevention Coordinator Tonya

US Senator Jon Tester Slams Underfunded Bureau of Indian Education Budget

Tweet US Senate Committee on Indian Affairs Vice Chairman: there’s incredible
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