Top 10 Stories: What Indian Country read this past week as of April 6, 2019

Each week, Indian Country Today posts our Top 10 stories on our site accessed by our readers.

Top 10

  1. Announcing the first comprehensive study on child removal in Native communities
  2. Three-century whodunnit: Gifted, burned, stolen and mailed. Cornplanter’s Pipe comes home
  3. Indian Country Today to open newsroom at Arizona State; goal is to create national TV news program
  4. Inupiaq mom shouts ‘Stand up! Fight back!’ to Alaska governor, then is arrested
  5. Real Native history in a video game: An Indigenous take on The Oregon Trail
  6. Oglala Sioux Chairman Bear Runner joins South Dakota legislators in calling for federal disaster declaration in South Dakota
  7. Deb Haaland's first hundred days in Congress
  8. Representative Davids presides over House Floor as Violence Against Women Act is Reauthorized
  9. Trump announces Keystone XL approved for a second time; Indigenous Environmental Network responds
  10. New exhibit explores the history of the Ojibwe jingle dress and marks its 100th anniversary

Top 5 Archives

  1. Hitler Studied U.S. Treatment of Indians
  2. The True Story of Pocahontas: Historical Myths Versus Sad Reality
  3. Natural Pain Relief: 9 Alternatives to Ibuprofen, Acetaminophen or Aspirin
  4. 10 Native-Style April Fool’s Day Pranks to Play and Pay
  5. 8 Things You Should Know About Two Spirit People

Check out this week's Newsletter

Indian Country Today E-Weekly Newsletter for April 4, 2019

Check out this week's Video News Report

Indian Country Today video news report for April 4, 2019, with Vincent Schilling

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Mark Trahant is editor of Indian Country Today. He is a member of the Shoshone-Bannock Tribes. Follow him on Twitter - @TrahantReports
Email: mtrahant@indiancountrytoday.com

Vincent Schilling is the associate editor of Indian Country Today. He is enrolled Akwesasne Mohawk. Follow him on Twitter - @VinceSchilling
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