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Don’t just say it, but do it in Indian Country

Don’t just say it, but do it in Indian Country

Today, September 1, 2014, I read Tim Giago’s Native Sun News article “Oglala Sioux people aren’t afraid to say no to easy cash” posted on Indianz.com. I read several news articles…

Indianz.Com > Tim Giago: Oglala Sioux people aren’t afraid to say no to easy cash

Indianz.Com > Tim Giago: Oglala Sioux people aren’t afraid to say no to easy cash

Two Harvard graduates, Bevis Longstreth and Timothey Wirth, were discussing that Harvard should divest itself of investments in fossil fuels. They argued that it is “repugnant to profit from enterprises…

Tribal officials: Oil ill effects reaching into Fort Peck Indian Reservation

Tribal officials: Oil ill effects reaching into Fort Peck Indian Reservation

POPLAR, Mont. — Tribal officials said Thursday that eastern Montana’s Fort Peck Indian Reservation is feeling the adverse effects of the nearby oil boom — without any of the economic…

Western Washington tribe brings protest against planned coal export terminal to Spokane

Western Washington tribe brings protest against planned coal export terminal to Spokane

Members of a Western Washington tribe stopped Tuesday near the Cathedral of St. John the Evangelist in Spokane, part of a “totem pole journey” to protest plans to build a…

Totem created by Lummi tribe passes through Billings

Totem created by Lummi tribe passes through Billings

Members of the Lummi tribe brought a totem pole to Riverfront Park on Sunday afternoon to raise awareness about a proposed deep-water coal port near the Cherry Point refinery in…

New law protects Ute Tribe land near Book Cliffs, allows drilling elsewhere

New law protects Ute Tribe land near Book Cliffs, allows drilling elsewhere

SALT LAKE CITY — New federal legislation is paving the way for a deal to protect parts of eastern Utah’s scenic Book Cliffs on American Indian reservation land while allowing…

Tribal leaders to ask EPA to halt mining efforts in northern Wisconsin

Tribal leaders to ask EPA to halt mining efforts in northern Wisconsin

Tribal leaders meeting with the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency today and Thursday will ask the agency to halt mining activity in the Penokee Hills of Ashland and Iron counties.Led by…

Honor existing agreement on flaring of North Dakota Oil Wells

Honor existing agreement on flaring of North Dakota Oil Wells

Leaders on the Fort Berthold reservation in North Dakota are proposing fees for companies flaring natural gas on tribal lands. Industry officials are questioning those fees, citing a tax agreement…

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