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Anchor: Antonia Gonzales A bill to ensure Native Americans are included in the renaming of the University of California Hastings College of Law is advancing in the California Legislature. It passed the Senate Education Committee last week. The college is named for a land speculator who built his fortune committing atrocities against Northern Califo…
 
Anchor: Antonia Gonzales Secretary of the Interior Deb Haaland will visit Oklahoma Saturday for the first stop on the “The Road to Healing” tour to hear from former Indian boarding school students and descendants. The year-long tour is part of Haaland’s Federal Indian Boarding School Initiative, which was launched last year. In May, the Interior De…
 
Anchor: Antonia Gonzales Native environmental advocates are blasting the U.S. Supreme Court’s decision on the power of the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency to set climate change policy. The high court ruled 6-3 Thursday in West Virginia v. EPA that the federal agency does not have broad power under the Clean Air Act to regulate the emission of …
 
Anchor: Antonia Gonzales The National Congress of American Indians and the Native American Rights Fund are hosting a virtual roundtable for tribal leaders to discuss potential impacts of the U.S. Supreme Court’s ruling on Oklahoma v. Castro-Huerta. The high court Wednesday, ruled 5-4, Oklahoma can prosecute non-Indians for crimes against Indians in…
 
Anchor: Antonia Gonzales The leader of the Cherokee Nation of Oklahoma says the U.S. Supreme Court has failed its duty to honor the nation’s promises, defied Congress’s statutes, and has disregarded tribal sovereignty. Principal Chief Chuck Hoskin Jr. made the statement following the high court’s ruling Wednesday siding with Oklahoma, ruling the st…
 
Anchor: Antonia Gonzales California tribal leaders and state lawmakers are advocating for legislation to help law enforcement and tribes locate missing Native Americans. They’re gathering in Sacramento Tuesday to announce the “Feather Alert” bill (AB 1314), which will be heard before the Senate Public Safety Committee. Tribal leaders gathered at th…
 
Anchor: Antonia Gonzales Native advocates in New Mexico voice anger over Friday’s U.S. Supreme Court decision to end the federal right to abortion leaving authority up to states. Elder and lifelong Native advocate Noreen Kelly joined reproductive health and advocacy groups on a press call Friday following news of the ruling. Kelly says in the Nativ…
 
Anchor: Antonia Gonzales Active shooter preparedness training is being offered to tribal communities across the country by a Louisiana State University academy. The National Center for Biomedical Research and Training, Academy of Counter-Terrorist Education teaches mobile classes in Indian Country. Robert Holden, the academy’s tribal liaison, says …
 
Anchor: Antonia Gonzales Interior Sec. Deb Haaland vows to continue to investigate U.S. Indian boarding schools and support healing efforts for tribal communities impacted by intergenerational trauma caused by the schools. Many students faced physical, mental, spiritual and sexual abuse. And, many students did not make it back home. Sec. Haaland te…
 
NCAI CEO placed on administrative leave as AK conference beginsCherokee Nation buys Tunica casino from MGM for $450mRemains of 8 more Carlisle school victims disinterrned and reunited with familiesPortland museum transfers 9 objects back to Tlingit council and Haida tribesBodies of Indigenous expert and journalist thought to be discovered in Brazil…
 
The Cherokee Nation and the U.S. Mint celebrated the release of the Wilma Mankiller quarter Monday in Tahlequah, OK. The quarter is one of five designs in the American Women Quarters Program. The program is highlighting the accomplishments and contributions of trailblazing American women, including in areas of civil rights and government. Chief Man…
 
New probe into 'most horrific' residential school in CanadaPrince Charles asked for royal apology over residential schools during visit to CanadaTrial starts for two white men accused of shooting two Metis huntersFeds plan to return 12k acres to Leech Lake Band in MN after mistakenly sold 75 years agoDenver university latest to offer free tuition t…
 
OK Gov. Stiff vetoes state, tribal judicial cooperation billFmr. Mashpee Wampanoag Tribe chairman convicted of extortion in casino bribery caseBoarding school truth and reconciliation bill gets 1st hearing in CongressLaw professors file brief against appeals court decision over road through Izembek RefugeNative residents in AZ credited with boostin…
 
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