By Carol BerryOn Nov. 29, 1864, Cheyenne Chief White Antelope sang his death song as some 200 Arapaho and Cheyenne were massacred by at Sand Creek.
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By Carol Berry“I hope to be remembered as a fighter and as a patriot who never feared controversy—and not just for Indians. When I fight for my people’s rights, when I stand up for our treaties, when I protest government lies and illegal seizures and unlawful acts, I defend all even...
By Carol Berry[node:summary]Laws are needed to implement the United Nations Declaration on the Rights of Indigenous Peoples, legal experts say.
By Carol Berry“Redskins” Are Set to Lose as Public Awareness Grows
By Carol Berry[node:summary]The southern leg of the controversial Keystone XL pipeline is nearly complete, as opponents have lost their last legal battle against it
By Carol BerryA felony case involving theft from the Rocky Mountain Indian Chamber of Commerce took an unexpected turn when a major civil lawsuit surfaced.
By Carol BerrySand Creek Massacre descendants won’t receive further reparations or an investigation of charges of trust mismanagement if the government has a say.
By Carol BerryDenver’s first end-of-summer Idle No More (INM) rally was held in support of Canada’s Day of Solidarity on October 5.
By Carol Berry[node:summary]Colorado flooding caused untold environmental damage and left a changed landscape, officials say.
By Carol BerryThe latest Ute Indian Tribe’s economic boycott of neighboring town of Roosevelt feels similar to a tribal boycott from 1977-1998.