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SAN DIEGO – The roster of musical performers was just announced for the American Indian Graduate Center’s 50th Anniversary Gala in San Diego, and it’s spotlighting some rising Native stars.

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Whatcom County District Court Dismisses Criminal Fishing Charges Against Four Nooksack 306 Members “In The Interests of Justice”

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BELLINGHAM, Wash. – Last Thursday, the Whatcom County District Court dismissed criminal charges against Michael, Francisco, James, and Lisa Rabang for subsistence clamming outside of Bellingham, Washington last May without a state recreational shellfish license.  The Rabangs are part of the extended family of purportedly disenrolled Nooksack Indians commonly known as the Nooksack 306.

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WASHINGTON With less than two weeks until the opening of the annual Indian Gaming Tradeshow and Convention, the nation’s leading Indian gaming organization is planning to move forward with its annual event in San Diego as scheduled on March 24-27.

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SHIPROCK, N.M. — Navajo Nation citizens were given opportunities to make statements at several public hearings about uranium mining on the Navajo Reservation, beginning in Shiprock, New Mexico on March 5.

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by Rosalyn LaPier

The Blackfeet superhero Poia, or Scarface, began his epic journey as a young man who was seeking the help of Naató’si, the Sun. From Blackfeet country on the Northern Great Plains Poia traveled east to the home of Naató’si.

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GRAND RAPIDS, Mich. — Now a two-candidate race to challenge Donald Trump for the White House, the Democratic presidential primary contest arrives in Michigan with all eyes on the swing state for mini-Super Tuesday. Of the six states casting ballots on Tuesday, Michigan, the territory of eleven federally recognized Indian tribes, is the biggest electoral prize with 125 delegates.

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PALA, Calif. — In preparation of the U.S. Census Bureau mailing scheduled for March 12, a national American Indian census roundtable discussion will take place today, Monday 9, at 11 a.m.-12:30 PDT. The roundtable will be livestreamed at at IndianCountryToday.com.

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It’s hard to believe 10 years have already passed, but this month, U.S. Census postcards will show up in mailboxes across Cherokee Nation and the United States.

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GRAND RAPIDS, Mich. — After endorsing Bernie Sanders in an announcement earlier Sunday, longtime Civil Rights leader, the Rev. Jesse Jackson, made a surprise appearance at Calder Plaza in Grand Rapids, Mich. to tell voters why he was supporting Sanders.