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April 29, 2021

Top Stories


Interior sets new path through land maze

By Aliyah Chavez
After hearing some tribes completed fee to trust applications, then waited years to hear back, the U.S. Department of Interior is deciding to take action … continue reading

[AP Photo/Evan Vucci]


Joe Biden: ‘America is rising anew’

By Jonathan LeMire and Josh Boak, Associated Press
WASHINGTON — President Joe Biden declared that “America is rising anew” as he called for an expansion of federal programs to drive the economy past the coronavirus pandemic … continue reading

[Melina Mara/The Washington Post via AP, Pool]


White House convened first Native affairs meeting

By Aliyah Chavez
Ten Cabinet secretaries and other top ranking officials met Friday for the first convening of the White House Council on Native American Affairs under President Joe Biden’s administration … continue reading

[Interior Secretary Deb Haaland via Twitter]


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Braiding in Native American history

Representative Ruth Buffalo talks about the effort to get public schools in North Dakota to teach American Indian history. And we’ll hear from Minneapolis community member Kate Beane about the changes in police force and what it could mean for Native American … continue reading


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