E. Sequoyah Simermeyer Published July 31, 2019 WASHINGTON — Senator John Hoeven (R-ND), Chairman of the Senate Committee on Indian Affairs, today announced that the Committee approved the nomination of Continue Reading
Today a divided panel of judges from the U.S. Court of Appeals for the Eighth Circuit vacated a lower court’s injunction, which was put in place to protect Native American Continue Reading
True-crime drama Killers of the Flower Moon explores vendetta against Native Americans over oil rights in 1920s Oklahoma, and will also star Leonardo DiCaprio Robert De Niro is to reunite Continue Reading
Warren gains Haaland endorsement hours before second debate #NativeVote20
Fire in Flagstaff is now 12% contained but drones can alter the plans of air operations.
Advocates vow Supreme Court ruling not last word on border wall funds
Published July 31, 2019 Funding will aid tribal recipients in identifying, studying and evaluating their energy, mineral and natural resources for achieving energy independence and building economic self-sufficiency WASHINGTON – Continue Reading
Published July 31, 2019 ONEIDA NATION, Wis. — Indigenous PACT is pleased to announce it is now a Certified B Corporation. This title is available only to organizations that use business as a Continue Reading
The Cheyenne River Youth Project and Partnership for Native Americans Provide Opportunity for Lakota Youth to Attend the 2nd Annual Native Youth Food Sovereignty Summit
Chef Inyan Eagle Elk from PWNA in the Keya Cafe kitchen, during the CRYP staff’s indigenous-cooking training this past spring. Published July 31, 2019 EAGLE BUTTE, S.D. — Thanks to Continue Reading
Field of attending candidates taking shape for first of its kind presidential forum August 19-20.