SIRE will host an Indian Will Drafting CLE to help educate Natives on the process of estate planning and to help build trust in Indian wills.
The Columbia River continues to be a focus of the fight between big coal and cultural ties of tribal nations – the latest fight is another oil project.
The Tulalip Tribes is a strong, influential Indigenous Nation – one of the largest sources of jobs in its region and a political force to be reckoned with.
A senseless murder, invisible Indians, and the nonpartisan, warming climate during the Week That Was: The Big Stories in Indian Country, June 4, 2017.
Leaders from all over gathered recently to celebrate the return of the Ancient One, known widely as Kennewick Man.
The state Committee on Geographic Names voted to recommend the state Natural Resources Board change the name of Squaw Bay on Shaw Island and Squaw Creek.
The Institute of American Indian Arts in Santa Fe, New Mexico recently conferred 73 degrees and certificates to graduating students.
After a century-long fight, the Yakama Nation finally got 21,000 acres of forest land back, including Mount Adams, one of the nation’s five sacred mountains.
Joy Harjo's prestigious poetry prize, a new fight against Keystone XL, and combatting appropriation and racism in Indian country, all during the Week That Was, May 14, 2017.
Democratic Party struggles to find its footing in a new world of politics and policy brought on by the election of President Donald Trump.
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