ICYMI: The Company Behind the Dakota Access Pipeline is Suing a Tribal Chairman
Legal action has been taken against the group protesting the 1,172-mile-long pipeline.
Indigenous Leaders Caravan Across the Country to Call for an End to Fracking
The group is leaving from Flagstaff, Arizona, today and will end up in Philadelphia on July 24 for the March for a Clean Energy Revolution, which dovetails with the Democratic National Convention.
J.K. Rowling Criticized For Portrayal of Native American Wizards and Witches
The “Harry Potter” author’s first book in a new series about North American magic has inspired outrage from Native readers who accuse her of cultural appropriation.
Facebook Disabled Juliana Brown Eyes-Clifford's Account. Again
She had to stop in the middle of a tour to re-submit her South Dakota identification.
Video: Why Do So Many Native American Women Go Missing?
Actress Misty Upham is just one of many.
Pharrell Apologizes for Sporting a Native Headdress
But Twitter is still decidedly #NOThappy.
Navajo Nation Votes Against NFL Team's Racist Name
The final authority for the measure rests with the committee of the whole, according to ESPN.
Suicide Crisis Continues Among Native Youth on Reservations
Native youth are more than three times more likely to commit suicide than any other group.
Cleveland Baseball Team Replaces Chief Wahoo Logo
The caricature of the Native-American “chief” isn’t going away completely though.
Native Tribes Already Feeling the Effects of Government Shutdown
Transportation and elder home care have already been suspended for Montana’s Crow Tribe, which saw half of its employed members furloughed due to the government shutdown.
Cleveland's Loss in MLB Playoff Game Made Worse By Fans' Redface
The Cleveland Indians lost to the Tampa Bay Rays in the American League wild-card game Wednesday night. But that’s not the worst part.
Forget 'The Lone Ranger,' Here's a Real Native Film
You won’t what to miss what happens when a whole bunch of Natives get together to create a short film.