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On-Rancheria Chukchansi Tribal Council Hires New Police Chief With 25 Years' Experience
"Stones of Shame" returned to IOC/Rio Tinto: Innu First Nations demand that IOC/Rio Tinto pay its rent English
Native American Bank Receives Bank Enterprise Award from US Treasury's CDFI Fund
Native American Bank Receives Bank Enterprise Award from US Treasury's CDFI Fund
Indian Legal Program welcomes back former director Kate Rosier
Vincent J. Napoleon Named "Good Scout" Attorney of the Year Spanish
Court authorizes 900 M$ lawsuit by the Innu against IOC / Rio Tinto English
Justice Department Awards $87 Million To Enhance, Support Tribal Justice And Safety
Congress Passes Pyramid Lake Tribe Settlement Act
ADCOLOR Announces Winners At The 8th Annual ADCOLOR Awards In Los Angeles
National Museum of the American Indian Launches Pivotal Exhibition to Celebrate 10 Years on the National Mall
Former ASU Law staffer to join Obama Administration in Assistant Secretary of Indian Affairs Office
Census Bureau's American Community Survey Provides New State and Local Income, Poverty, Health Insurance Statistics Spanish
First Nations-NUIFC Partnership Awards Second-Year Grants to Four Urban Indian Centers
"Grantmaking in Indian Country" Report Highlights Large Unmet Funding Need for Native American Agriculture and Food Systems Projects
First Checks are Mailed for the Nearly $950 Million in Cobell Trust Administration Class Payment
Paskenta Band of Nomlaki Indians Announces Results of Election for Tribal Council Mandated by Settlement Agreement Between Tribal Factions
Program offers Native American students close-up look at health care careers
U.S. Navy's China Lake Petroglyph Tours of 10,000-Year-Old Native American Rock Art Likely to Sell Out During Ridgecrest Petroglyph Festival in November
Native American Contractors Association and National Association of Surety Bond Producers Sign Memorandum of Understanding Spanish
Santa Ynez Band Of Chumash Indians Hires Jones & Jones To Design Tribal Museum
KPMG Foundation Awards $470,000 in Scholarships to Minority Accounting Doctoral Scholars
Northern Arizona University Addresses Critical Issues Related To Wildfires In New Series
Federal Advisory Panel To Hold Briefing On Civil Rights Issues in South Dakota: The Administration of Criminal Justice in Rapid City
Native American Contractors Association Launches Next NACA BD Portal Phase Including State and Local Procurements
First Nations & NUIFC Receive Additional $50,000 Comcast Foundation Grant to Supplement Urban Indian Capacity-Building Project
The National Center for American Indian Enterprise Development to Host Reservation Economic Summit (RES) in Wisconsin
Pinpointing Genes that Protect Against Frailty
Arizona Tribal Gaming Tops $1 Billion in Shared Revenues with All Arizonans through the Arizona Benefits Fund Spanish
Alaska Native Science and Engineering Program gives students opportunities of a lifetime through Summer Bridge internships
W.K. Kellogg Foundation Grant to First Nations Will Help Build Capacity of Local & Regional Nonprofits
Idina Menzel to Perform at American Indian College Fund's 25th Anniversary Gala
BJS Releases Jails in Indian Country, 2013
American Indian College Fund and United Health Foundation Award $100,000 in Scholarships to American Indian Students Pursuing Health Careers
Writer's Indian Heritage Inspires Award-Winning Book, Wins Coveted 'Book of the Year' Award
Living Earth Symposium Features Three Women Championing Sustainability in Indigenous Communities
Tribal, National, and State Leaders Convene to Develop Strategy for Improving Spirit Lake Child Protection
First Nations Development Institute Again Awarded Charity Navigator's Top 4-Star Rating
Look Again To The Wind: Johnny Cash's Bitter Tears Revisited - A Special Release Celebrating the 50th Anniversary of Cash's Landmark Album Available August 19
Paskenta Band of Nomlaki Indians Reaches Agreement to Settle Leadership Dispute
California Group To Unveil Report Showing New Federal Proposal Could Have Damaging Impact On California Economy English English
U.S. Department of the Interior Action Detrimental to Arizona and Arizona Tribes
Native Organizations Stand Unified Against Senator McCaskill and Support the Native 8(a) Program in Alaska Native Communities
The Save Gregory Canyon Coalition: Study Raises Serious Questions about Financial Viability of Proposed Gregory Canyon Landfill in Northern San Diego County
Supreme Court Decision Offers New Opportunity for Prosperity English
NAFSA To Advance Tribal Enterprise Development With Key Sponsorship For RES D.C. Conference
Native American Business Leaders Converge on Washington, D.C. for Reservation Economic Summit (RES D.C.)
Boy Scouts, Families Enjoy Father's Day Tour of Bald Eagle Habitat at Bradley Oaks Ranch in East Texas
Eastern Cherokee Elder Opens N.C. Senate
Native American Contractors Association Supports U.S. Department of Interior on Consideration of Consultation with the Native Hawaiian Community

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