New Department of the Interior Secretary, Ryan Zinke, first appearance in front of Congress recently showed promise, but was it enough?
DAPL, Trump, yanked liquor licenses and a new Museum of the American Revolution, all here during The Week That Was: April 23, 2017, in Indian country.
But while we, water protectors, stand up for the future generations, a massive strategy by state and federal law enforcement seeks to repress and destroy us
No justice for Loreal Tsingine, and the Trump-Kushners' sweet real estate deal with the owner of a mining company in Indian country.
The battle against the Dakota Access Pipeline got the world to recognize the humanity of Native Americans of the 21st century, even if a little.
An all-night campout in downtown Manhattan called for NYC Mayor Bill de Blasio to divest from Wells Fargo and other financial institutions supporting DAPL.
A beloved pow wows emcee walks on, federal budget gives chump change, and DAPL marches on, in Indian country the week of April 9.
Senate Democrats question whether permits were correctly issued to drill the Dakota Access Pipeline (DAPL) under Lake Oahe.
The movement to defund the Dakota Access Pipeline (DAPL) is rapidly gathering momentum, as individuals, cities and tribes have taken out more than $5 billion
Tribal adornments on graduation garb are as much a right of passage as a golden braid is and new legislation looks to make it so.
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