A Lummi Matriarch Tells Her Story
Raynell Morris was the first Native American staffer to be appointed to the White House, one of many firsts in her distinguished career and life.
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Fifty Years Ago: Mount Adams Returned to Yakama People
Since President Nixon's 1972 executive order, disputes have continued to arise, including a recent challenge that culminated in the U.S. Supreme Court affirming the tribe's standing in April.
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Supreme Court Could Halt Access to Safe Abortions for Many Indigenous People
Activists say overturning Roe v. Wade would be another move in a long history of federal policies that have impacted Indigenous people’s right to choose when and if they have children.
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Tribes Say They Were Left Out of Historic Revision to Oregon Forest Law
The bills were the result of an unlikely agreement struck between conservation and logging stakeholders over expanding environmental protections.
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Federal Official Announces Funding for Upgrades to Columbia River Treaty Fishing Sites
Bryan Newland, the Interior’s Assistant Secretary for Indian Affairs, says the money will help begin tackling a lengthy list of longstanding problems at in-lieu and treaty fishing access sites along the river.
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