Tag: sacred sites
A record snowpack that fell upon the Sierra Nevada mountain range brought an emergency declaration for the Owens Valley area, but is it a blessing instead.
When Sen. Tom Udall was named vice chairman of the Senate Committee on Indian Affairs, he brought a legacy of working with tribes with him.
All this talk about banning Muslims from traveling to the U.S. based on their religion reminds us that it’s an American tradition to ban religions.
Debra Utacia Krol
Public meetings are being held in regards to the fate of two sites holding great cultural significance to Arizona tribes – Apache Leap and Oak Flat.
Fort Belknap Indian Community is home to the Gros Ventre and Assiniboine tribes, here are nine other things you should know about them.
What should Native Americans take away from the experience at Standing Rock NoDAPL fight and what have we learned?
Fracking, pipeline, and coal projects not only trample the environment, but indigenous rights when tribal nations are not consulted.
The President’s recent actions deny Indigenous Peoples’ right to due process, violate federal law, and disregard international human rights norms.
Chairman Archambault answers questions that address: objections to the SRST Council’s decisions, the high cost of the camps and more.
The second round of jury verdicts in the armed takeover of Malheur National Wildlife Refuge has come in and created a stark contrast from round one.
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