Tribal governments were already making a successful push to vaccinate people, but these resources will help with even more.
There was a financial imperative for the name change, as sponsors and retailers threatened to pull their money and stop selling team merchandise.
Critics ask why it took so long.
Tribal leaders say COVID-19 closures have had a devastating economic effect.
The federal government sent billions of dollars in aid this week, but tribes say it’s not enough.
A business incubator and new app aim to help struggling Native American businesses expand their reach and find new customers.
The first presidential forum on Native American issues happened this week.
It's a lingering question for Alex White Plume on the Pine Ridge Reservation in South Dakota.
Facebook is facing increasing scrutiny over the amount of user data it both collects and shares with third parties. But despite the concerns around data privacy, social media platforms like Facebook are vital to Native Americans for a number of reasons. Facebook has helped people on reservations keep track of dangerous water shortages, road-closing blizzards, […]
Native Americans migrated to Minnesota centuries ago “where food grew on the water,” 500 years later, the wild rice harvest tradition is still being passed on.