A letter from their ACLU attorney demands CSU revisit its campus police policies in light of two officers stopping Thomas Kanewakeron Gray and Lloyd Skanahwati Gray on a campus tour.
The Colorado tribe was one of 133 nationwide to receive grant money from the Justice Department for law enforcement.
The university is taking steps to avoid similar incidents. It will provide badges to tour participants and require police to alert guides if they need to approach someone.
"It’s just a good place to expand our ranching and provide opportunities to our ranchers to utilize Boyer Ranch and Wolf Springs," says president Russell Begaye.
The Native American Rights Fund represents three of the five American Indian tribes suing President Trump over his proclamation to shrink the national monument.
They started on opposite sides of the Indian Wars but went on to stardom in a traveling show that drew a million people in a year. A new book chronicles the friendship of Buffalo Bill and Sitting Bull.
Denver Public Schools is one of a handful of districts nationwide where Native American languages are taught outside reservations.
Many American Indian families don’t have wills due to the taboo of talking about death. DU students are trying to change that.
Should members of tribes with historic ties to Colorado be able to pay in-state tuition at colleges here? Some state lawmakers say yes.