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NEW YORK — Native News Online listened to comments made during the United Nations Permanent Forum on Indigenous Issues Friday afternoon forum. Among the comments, a common theme was the abject failure of the U.S. and Canada to stop their official actions that destroy Indigenous languages and cultures. 

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Native News Online is covering the United Nations Permanent Forum on Indigenous Issues. These are photos from Day 4.

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Woman’s attorney calls behavior of Chief Standing Bear’s appointees “despicable.”

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UPDATE - Friday April 29, 7:10 P.M. - EDT: Native News Online has learned Kailie A. Brackett, 38, who spoke with our news team two days ago, has been taken into custody by local police.  This is a developing story. 

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NEW YORK—Today was all about autonomy.

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Native News Online is covering the United Nations Permanent Forum on Indigenous Issues. This is a photo gallery from Day 2.

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Today the Supreme Court is hearing oral arguments in Oklahoma vs. Castro Huerta today. 

Native leaders from across Indian Country in Oklahoma are in Washington D.C. today for the hearing.

Listen live here.

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Washington, D.C.—On Wednesday, April 27, the United States Supreme Court will hear oral arguments in Oklahoma v. Castro-Huerta, the state of Oklahoma’s case against the landmark 2020 McGirt ruling that affirmed that Congress had never disestablished the Creek reservation, or other reservations in eastern Oklahoma. In Oklahoma v. Castro-Huerta, the issue is whether a state has jurisdiction to prosecute non-Indians who commit crimes against Indians in Indian Country.

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Last Friday was a milestone for Rep. Tom Cole (Chickasaw), who represents Oklahoma’s 4th congressional district because on that day he became the longest serving Native American in history to serve the U.S. House of Representatives.