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Among Native communities, federal officials, and museum employees across the United States, The University of California at Berkeley has a longstanding reputation as the institution with the most Native American human remains and associated burial objects in its collection.

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The Cherokee Nation is exercising its treaty rights by fighting for its own delegate in the U.S. House of Representatives.

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Your questions about Indian Boarding Schools, as answered by our team. 

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**This story contains disturbing details from U.S. Indian Boarding Schools. For support and mental health resources, visit The Native American Boarding School Healing Coalition’s list of resources.** 

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On Wednesday, Colgate University returned 1,520 stolen Native American funerary objects that were excavated by an amateur archeologist from burial sites within the Oneida Territory in upstate New York between 1924 and 1957.
 
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WASHINGTON — In a case that tribal leaders across Indian Country view as the most significant threat to tribal sovereignty in modern times, the Supreme Court of the United States heard oral arguments for Haaland v. Brackeen. The highly contested case out of Texas challenges the constitutionality of the Indian Child Welfare Act (ICWA). 
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The Indian Child Welfare Act’s preference for placing Native children with Native families is taking center stage in Brackeen v. Haaland, one of four Supreme Court cases on the issue to be heard together, starting today. 

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A Lakota delegation of tribal leaders, youth and descendants from Wounded Knee traveled to Barre, Mass., on Nov. 5 to receive more than 160 historical artifacts stolen from their ancestors and then kept in a museum for over a century.

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The following two perspectives provide two glimpses into the Ottawa (Odawa) tradition and culture of commemorating ancestors during annual Ghost Suppers, held annually during the first week of November. They were written in 1943 and 1992, respectively.