1. Chief Standing Bear: Retracing the Steps of a Civil Rights Leader
2. New Mexico Surpasses copy00 Million in HUD Indian Mortgages
3. NCAIED to Announce Award and Scholarship Winners at Reservation Economic Summit
4. A Milestone Morning for Oneida Land Transfer Ceremony
Courtesy Laki Terzidis/Oneida Indian Nation
The Oneida Indian Nation and the Bureau of Indian Affairs Regional Office
signed deeds marking the 13,004 acres recently put into trust for Central New
York tribe. Pictured, from left, are JohnnaBlackhair, acting area director BIA
Eastern Regional Officer; Ray Halbritter, Oneida Nation Representative; Chuck
Fougnier, Oneida Nation Council Member, Wolf Clan; and Beaulah Green,
Turtle Clan Mother.
5. SD State’s Attorney says Tasering Girl Was Best Option; Family Outraged
Hughes County State’s Attorney Wendy Kloeppner released a report which
stated “she was satisfied with an independent investigation, deploying a taser
was the best viable way to diffuse the situation.”
6. Why Navajo Hair Matters: It’s Our Culture, Our Memory, and Our Choice
Courtesy Jacqueline Keeler
The author’s grandfather, before he (voluntarily) cut his hair.
7. New Anti-Redskins Video Says FedEx ‘Embraces Racism’
8. Smithsonian Revisits History of Treaties
In 1794, President Washington commissioned a wampum belt for the
9. The New York Daily News Will no Longer Use ‘Redskins’
450 West 33rd Street is home to the New York Daily News and the Associated Press.
10. Pow Wow Weekend Planner September 5-7
The 37th Annual MSU American Indian Council Pow Wow
11. Indigenous Peoples at Forefront of Historic People’s Climate March in
New York City
Indigenous Peoples are among the main organizers of what is shaping up to be a
historic march to demand action on climate change.
12. Oklahoma Gov. Fallin Gets Chilly Reception at Choctaw Labor Day Fest
Choctaw Nation Chief Gary Batton and Oklahoma Governor Mary Fallin sign a
vehicle tag compact at the Nation’s Labor Day event.