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The jersey features a combination of loom and beadwork designs reflecting both Dakota and Ojibwe heritage.
Prairie Rose Seminole, originally from Fargo, celebrated Native American History Month at the White House with first lady Jill Biden and other Indigenous leaders from across the country.
Six-course meal focuses on many local ingredients, flavors and cooking techniques.
The daylong conference, “Still Living with the Doctrine of Discovery," will be held Saturday, Nov. 5, at Dakota Medical Foundation.
North Dakota's five American Indian tribes are seeking exclusive rights to host internet gambling and sports betting -- which charitable gaming advocates say would create an unfair monopoly of a growing wagering sector.
Lissa Yellow Bird-Chase filed a lawsuit against the U.S. government after she was arrested during a traffic stop. A complaint alleged she was forced to remove her clothes in front of six BIA agents, including men, in an area where people could come and go.

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This year’s wild rice crop is hit or miss, depending on the lake. “This is only our second day processing, it's gonna be a short year,” said Frank Bibeau, an attorney who has represented the interests of wild rice in court cases and owns this operation.
"The sad fact that our ancestors often were not viewed as human beings because if they were, they would have been held in higher regard" Ruth Buffalo said in response to yesterday's announcement by UND.
The grand opening of Giminjimendaamin Ezhichigeyang, a new wellness and event venue that’s part of the Oshkiimaajitahdah community center in Redby, was celebrated on Monday with a ribbon cutting ceremony, lunch and live music.

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