Richard Arlin Walker, Mexican/Yaqui, has written for Indian Country Today since January 2003. He and his wife, Molly (Samish Nation), live in Anacortes, Washington.
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‘While we are saddened, he’s continuing on his journey. He continues to teach us. His vision will be carried for years to come.’
Seattle City Council unanimously approved a resolution that lays out a plan and timeframe to improve data collection and build collaboration with tribes and city officials
The Urban Native Education Alliance, or UNEA, is suing Seattle Public Schools in King County Superior Court
Poulsbo, Washington, march is a call for justice in the Stoney Chiefstick killing
Thirteen Native candidates on November ballot in Washington state; four running unopposed #NativeVote20
Indigenous representatives at Paddle to Lummi included Native Hawai’ians, Maori from New Zealand, Papuan from New Guinea, and Shinnecock Tribe of Long Island, New York.
Quinault/Isleta Pueblo artist Marvin Oliver dies; Took Native art to new levels in traditional and contemporary mediums
Twenty-five officers are investigating the shooting, have interviewed hundreds, and created a hotline.
Tribal Nations’ efforts to protect habitat, wildlife and water in government halls, on the road, and on the shores of the Salish Sea
Seattle City Council member Debora Juarez was the first enrolled Native American elected to the council since the city was first established 150 years earlier