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17 Candidates running for Navajo Tribal President Position

The race to become the Navajo Nation’s next president features a mix of lawmakers, political newcomers, former tribal officials, a woman and the incumbent. In all, 17 candidates are running for the position.

Alaska Native Tribal Health Consortium reaches landmark contract settlement with IHS

June 27, 2014 – After years of negotiations, today the Alaska Native Tribal Health Consortium (ANTHC) has reached a historic settlement with the U.S. Indian Health Service (IHS) for the payment of 14 years of overdue contract support costs for providing health care services for more than 143,000 Alaska Native and American Indian people in Alaska.

Casting call for native american male, 20 to 40 years old

A Chicago based production company, a Branded Media Digital Campaign with One Tree Forest Productions, is looking for a male descended from a native American line in South Dakota and who has become disconnected from his native roots for the lead role in a new documentary film.

Celebrate Salish Sea Culture with the Samish and Swinomish tribes.
Cherokee Nation license plate goes on sale in Oklahoma
Cherokee Nation to offer tribal photo IDs in Colorado
Chipewa Cree tribal leader indicted on multiple charges
Columbus Day is a mistake for more than one reason
Former Navajo Nation President Joe Shirley Jr. has been cleared of allegations that he acted unethically and illegally
Half of Native Mortgage Applicants Were Denied in 2013
Native American commercial targets Washington Redskins
Native American Day One Step Closer as an Official State Holiday in California
Native Americans Support Consumers Boycotting FedEx Corporation Over Sponsoring Racism in NFL
Powhatan Renape Nation calls self proclaimed chief Prince Alarming
President Obama visits Standing Rock Indian Reservation
Proposed changes to the rules for granting federal recognition to American Indian tribes
Redskins Stripped Of Trademarks
Remains of 17 Native Americans, hundreds of years old, found during railway construction project
Remember the Removal Bike Ride on the Trail of Tears
Remember the Removal Riders commemorate the Trail of Tears
Role Model for Indian Country
Three Additional Tribes Work to Reduce Fractionated Land Claims
Tribal council suspends Oglala Sioux president Brewer
Washington Redskins owner Daniel Snyder’s foundation offers to build skate park on Fort Yuma Quechan Reservation