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Tragedy hit the Fort Apache Indian Reservation, home of the White Mountain Apache, on Thursday during a traffic stop. White Mountain Apache police officer Adrian Lopez, Sr., 35, died as the result of the gunfire during the traffic stop.

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U.S. Department of the Interior Secretary Deb Haaland, a tribal citizen of the Laguna Pueblo, took to social media to announce she has tested positive for COVID-19. 

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Pearl Daniel-Means, a renowned Diné filmmaker, activist and writer, passed away on Saturday, May 28, according to her business partner Shannon Kring. Daniel-Means was 62. The cause of her death has not been disclosed by her family.

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The passing of Congressman Don Young left a vacant Alaska at-large seat in the U.S. House of Representatives. Forty-seven candidates – four are Alaska Native – run in a special election to fill the pick-one primary for the interim seat. The top four candidates will then run-off in ranked-choice voting that will determine the winning candidate.

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Faced with the growing wave of violence experienced by various municipalities in the Los Bosques region and the northern zone in Chiapas, Zoque and Tsotzile peoples joined in a massive march for peace, which had the Mirador de Rayón as its starting point.

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WASHINGTON — In addition to articles already covered by Native News Online, here is a roundup of other news released from Washington, D.C. that impacts Indian Country during the past week.

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The hotel owner who banned Native Americans from her property in South Dakota two months ago was arrested today for assaulting protesters at a demonstration organized by NDN Collective. 

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On this week’s Native Bidaské (Spotlight), Chef Sean Sherman joined Native News Online staff for a discussion about his work in revitalizing Indigenous food systems as a Native chef, as well as the harmful legacy of residential and Indian boarding schools. 

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On this day, May 26th, some 385 years ago, the Pequot Tribe was devastated by an attack instigated by the English Puritans and their Native allies. This massacre was one of the many attacks by the Puritans during a three-year war, but it was the Pequot’s first defeat.