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The 14th annual Construction in Indian Country (CIIC) conference, held April 17-19 in Phoenix, brought together more than 200 people from the construction industry, academia and tribal leadership to learn about current best practices in the booming business of building Indian country. The conference is part of the program of the same name, which is housed in the Del E. Webb School of Construction at Arizona State University, and which aims to train more Native people to manage infrastructure projects.
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Danny came to our family through the Indian Child Welfare Act, which was enacted to end the near-wholesale removal of Native children.
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This week the Congress and President Donald Trump will once again try for wins to fund the government, repeal the Affordable Care Act, and more.
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Donald Trump may be the best advertisement for education in years, particularly when compared to previous presidents who valued information.
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Indian Country Media Network’s list of events and offerings at the 2nd Annual Rezilience Concert and Rezilience Day to be held April 29-30.
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New Department of the Interior Secretary, Ryan Zinke, first appearance in front of Congress recently showed promise, but was it enough?
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Tribal leaders are resisting demands for a greater share of their revenues but options appear to be running out.
The brutal beating of 66-year-old Irvin Sanchez in Albuquerque, New Mexico, is reminiscent of the deaths of two Navajo men.
An education on racism, Indigenous identity and the quiet dignity of collecting cans by the side of the road.
Landowners on the reservation in Washington have until June 19 to accept as the program continues.
Can President Donald J. Trump and the Republicans actually govern?
Hemp production represents a way for the Connecticut tribe to diversify its economy.
The city of New Orleans, Louisiana, has begun removing four monuments to racist and controversial figures but one remains standing.
With President Donald Trump in the picture, talks have become complicated by his demands for a wall along the Mexican border.
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Unlike previous presidents who had creditable scholastic backgrounds, Donald Trump appears leery of too much knowledge.
The Trump administration and Indian Country will have to wait a little longer to learn the status of the Patchak petition.
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Snotty Nose Rez Kids Release New Fight Song ‘Skoden’ – Native American Articles – PowWows.com – Native American Pow Wows
Just what I’ve been wanting in hip hop music these days! Snotty Nose Rez Kids mixes in a little bit of humor with some important cultural issues like land rights, rez life, oppression, and healing. The duo consists of MC…..
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