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Native American tribes throughout the Rocky Mountains have extensive traditions regarding grizzlies and their sovereign nation status gives them legal rights in the future of grizzly management.

Bear management in Indian Country looks very different from the mainstream public lands approach. For one thing, there’s a strong spiritual component.

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The percentage of Native Hawaiian and Other Pacific Islanders who lived with grandchildren in 2015. This is followed by American Indian and Alaska Natives and those of Some Other Race, which were not statistically different from each other at 7.3 and 7.4 percent, respectively, Hispanics at 6.9 percent, Asians at 6.1 percent and African-Americans at 5.6 percent. Non-Hispanic Whites are the group least likely to have grandparents living under the same roof as their grandchildren at 2.5 percent.

As the Truth and Reconciliation series of articles continues, we look at reconciling past and present concerns.

Forward: I, Sashay Schettler, speak from my perspective as an individual American Indian student and cannot claim to be a voice for all of Nat…

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This article is a part of the wider Truth and Reconciliation series of articles, and seeks to provide some historical context about what Ameri…

Students from the University of North Dakota Accounting 494 Ethics class have recently collaborated with several American Indian students to t…

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