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Eyre and Lightning: Trump’s Racially Charged Misuse of calling Sen. Warren Pocahontas Reinforces the Need for Accurate Retelling of Native History
The political landscape of Indian country saw plenty of movement in 2015. The following are 12 of the year’s biggest stories in politics.
Get to know five more distinguished and driven Native Americans from our special 2015 50 Faces of Indian Country list.
The Pamunkey Indian Tribe became the 567th federally recognized tribe last week and the consensus was “it’s been a long time coming.”
News stories relevant to Native Americans, on topics including the Pamunkey Tribe, Duke Kahanamoku, Bill John Baker, and Federal Recognition.
The Assistant Secretary – Indian Affairs Kevin K. Washburn today to acknowledge the Pamunkey Indian Tribe as a federally recognized Indian tribe.
Seismic testing under the ocean for deep oil deposits risks the lives of tens of thousands of whales, dolphins and other sea animals.
The Pamunkey Indian Tribe have moved one step closer to federal recognition and in this video members of the tribe discuss the painstaking process.
Pamunkey Chief Kevin Brown says any comment, positive or negative, will just slow the process of becoming Virginia’s first federally recognized tribe.
A look at the past week's news, topics include Neil Young, the polluted Elk River, and a "Got Land? Thank an Indian" sweatshirt.
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