San Francisco Reverses Course on Controversial Pioneer StatueSan Francisco authorities reversed a decision to remove a 19th century statue near City Hall that some say is degrading to Native Americans.
San Francisco To Remove Controversial 'Early Days' StatueThe controversial statue that critics have deemed as "San Francisco's monument to white supremacy" is coming off its pedestal.
Last Native American Village in Yosemite Being RebuiltWhen completed, tourists will be able to visit the Miwok village, although some spiritual ceremonies may only be open to tribal members.
Wells Fargo Sued By Navajo Nation Over 'Predatory' Sales PracticesThe Navajo Nation has sued Wells Fargo, claiming the bank targeted tribal members with "predatory sales tactics."
Trump Makes "Pocahontas" Slur Against Sen. Warren At Navajo Code Talkers EventPresident Donald Trump lashed out at a frequent foe of his while hosting an event for Native American code talkers at the White House on Monday, honoring war heroes who used their native language to outwit the enemy and protect U.S. battlefield communications during battle in World Wars I and II.
Court Upholds California Governor's Power To Allow Indian CasinosCalifornia's governor has the authority to allow casinos on Native American land and did not illegally take that power from the legislature.
Car Plows Into Native American Protesters In RenoThe driver of a truck who plowed into a group of Native American protesters had been yelling obscenities at the crowd earlier in the day, according to a witness.
Native American Tribes File Suit Over NorCal Highway ProjectTwo Native American tribes have filed a lawsuit claiming state transportation officials have destroyed Native cultural sites during construction of a Highway 101 bypass in Northern California.
Sonoma County Family Returns Coastal Land To Native American TribeSonoma County landowners are returning nearly 700-acres of coastline that once belonged to a local Native American tribe.
American Samoa Questions Gay Marriage Validity As Native American Tribes Continue BanAmerican Samoa is the only U.S. territory to hold out against the recent Supreme Court ruling that legalized gay marriage.
CA, NV Lawmakers Push To Make Ethnic Studies Course Mandatory For Public High School StudentsProposals that would make a class in ethnic studies mandatory for all high school students are being considered by legislators in California and Nevada. The bills would make the courses a graduation requirement.
Facebook Accidentally Blocks Native Americans For Using 'Fake' NamesNative Americans say Facebook is locking them out of their accounts because the social media giant thinks their names are fake, according to Colorlines.

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