Austin Shipley Officially Named as Killer of 27-Year-Old Navajo Woman on Easter

Published April 4, 2016 WINSLOW, ARIZONA – The Winslow Police Department asked the Arizona Department of Public Safety to release the name of their police officer that killed Loreal Juan Tsingine on Easter Sunday, March 27, 2016. Austin Shipley was officially named on Monday, April 4, as the officer who killed Tsingine. The police are […]

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Wisconsin Tribal Leaders Like the Respect Bernie Sanders Shows Native People

Published April 4, 2016 GREEN BAY, WISCONSIN — During his quest for the Democratic presidential nomination, Senator Bernie Sanders has made a concerted effort to reach out to American Indians leaders along the campaign trail. During campaign stops in Green Bay, Eau Claire, Oanalaska and Wausau, Sanders met with various tribal officials to discuss American […]

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President Obama’s Statement on the Passing of Dr. Joseph Medicine Crow

Plus Interior Secretary Sally Jewell’s Statement Published April 4, 2016 WASHINGTON — In 2009, President Barack Obama presented Dr. Joseph Medicine Crow with the Presidential Medal of Freedom, the highest civilian honor bestowed on any individual in the United States. Yesterday, Dr. Medicine Crow walked on at the age of 102. On Monday, the White […]

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Eagle Nest Chamber of Commerce Gives Longest Walk 5 Crew a Resting Place Fit for Chiefs

Published April 4, 2016 EAGLE NEST, NEW MEXICO – While  Longest Walk 5 – War on Drugs and Domestic Violence, stayed at Steve Blue Horse’s house in Bernalillo the Walkers were visited by race driver Bobby Unser Jr. who reported that he was going to set up a place for them to stay at Eagles Nest, […]

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#NATIVEVOTE16 – Denise Juneau: It’s Really Good to be Here

Published April 4, 2016 HELENA, MONTANA – Respected American Indian journalist Mark Trahant from TrahantReports.com  is covering the 2016 elections. His goal is to provide videos of the nine American Indians who are running for Congress this year. In the following video, Denise Juneau is featured. Juneau is running for the Congressional seat in Montana […]

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Feds ‘Trump’ Tribes on Grizzly Delisting; Studies support tribes’ claims that Politics Not Science Motivates Decisions

Published April 4, 2016 Describing it as “a clear and present danger to tribal sovereignty, tribal spiritual and religious freedoms, and self-determination,” the Great Plains Tribal Chairman’s Association (GPTCA) issued a strongly worded condemnation of the US Fish and Wildlife Service’s (FWS) proposed rule to delist the Yellowstone grizzly bear from Endangered Species Act (ESA) […]

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