Dakota Access Pipeline Construction Begins Despite Standing Rock Sioux Objections

Indian Country Today, News Report, Posted: May 24, 2016

The Tribe is dedicated to the protection of our Treaty rights, our Reservation lands, and our people—and we will ensure that the federal government upholds its trust responsibility when it makes its decision regarding the Dakota Access pipeline.”

Three Lakota Men Still Missing; State of Emergency Declared

 

Indian Country Today, News Report, Posted: May 17, 2016

Search crews, volunteers, and the South Dakota Highway Patrol have been canvassing the area, but have yet to come upon any promising leads. Some say that the men may have left the reservation.

 

Arrest Made in Murder; Navajo Community Gathers for Vigil

 

Navajo Times, News Report, Alyssa Becenti, Posted: May 04, 2016

Ian was able to escape, but Ashlynne wasn’t. Her body was found on Tuesday. A man was arrested.

 

When Worlds Collide: Traditional People Are Moved Off Their Land

 

Indian Country Today, Commentary, Liza Gross, Posted: Apr 20, 2016

Anthropologists warned of the traumatic impacts of relocating traditional people with such strong ties to the land. The rest of us, for the most part, didn’t listen or didn’t care.

Officer’s Name Released in Shooting of Navajo Woman

 

Navajo Times, News Report, Posted: Apr 13, 2016

Winslow Police Officer Austin Shipley, a three-year veteran of the Winslow Police Department, is the officer being investigated in connection with the shooting death of a Navajo woman.

Huge Navajo Win for All Tribes: Exploiters of Tribal Names Slapped Down

 

Indian Country, News Report, Posted: Apr 11, 2016

The Navajo Nation has scored a significant victory regarding a legal issue that has been an ongoing irritation to many Indian nations: the use of tribal names as trade names for merchandise not authorized by the tribes, without paying royalties to the tribes, and sometimes flatly contrary to tribal values. Millions of dollars are at stake in Navajo Nation v. Urban Outfitters, with many more cases like it to come if the principles in the trial court decision stand.

 

Seniors Working Hard for Their Money: 10 Million, Many Ethnic, in Tough Jobs

 

New America Media, News Report, Paul Kleyman, Posted: Mar 30, 2016

Raising the Social Security retirement age, says a new study, will burden 10 million older workers--many ethnic--in physically tough jobs or working conditions

 

Sex Abuse Led to Sex Trafficking Among Native Americans

 

Indian Country, News Report, Mary Annette Pember, Posted: Mar 14, 2016

There is a growing chorus of voices within Indian country that is turning to the unique needs of Native survivors.

 

Will Natives Get a Fair Chance to Vote in 2016? Not According to Many Lawsuits

 

Indian Country Today, News Report, Suzette Brewer, Posted: Mar 11, 2016

The voting rights of American Indians and Alaska Natives have been eroded or ignored since in 2013.

 

After Decades Navajo, Hopi Relocation Effort Could End Soon

 

Indian Country Today, News Report, Madison Alder/Cronkite News, Posted: Mar 08, 2016

After decades of work and hundreds of millions of dollars, the end could be in sight for the federal office charged with relocating Navajo and Hopi families in a land dispute between the two tribes.

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