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Wallace Newman's Influence on Nixon
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Blazing a New Trail: Jodi Gillette Leaves White House to Join Sonosky Chambers
When Jodi Gillette was growing up in Kyle, South Dakota,...
Eyes On Jackson Removal: Tubman Over Mankiller in Unofficial Vote
The final votes are in and cosmic justice will not prevail...
‘Baseless and Fictitious Anti-Indian Rhetoric’ at Rogue Congressional Hearing on Fed Recognition
The United South and Eastern Tribes, seven partner...
From ‘Encouraged’ to ‘Mandatory’: Schools Must Teach Native History in Washington
There are 29 federally recognized indigenous nations in...
Poor Bear Wins A Round: Oglala Voting Suit Advances
A federal judge has shredded claim after claim by a South...
Havasupai Tribe and Allies Fight to Stop Uranium Mining Near Grand Canyon
The Havasupai Tribe, along with several environmental...
More Southern CA Solar Projects Contested in Court
A Native American group has filed suit against the federal government in U.S...
Newhall Ranch Opponents Sue Calif. Fish & Game
Five environmental and Native American groups collectively sued the California Department of Fish and Game on Jan...
Cancun a Win? Indigenous Leaders Mixed
CANCUN, Mexico – Delegates negotiating a new international climate deal to cut carbon emissions and address mitigation and adaptation emerged from a marathon session at the United ...
Major Indian Political Group Closes
WASHINGTON – After suffering big losses in the fall elections and with dwindling support from tribes, a first-of-its-kind Indian political action committee is shutting down...
AZ Copper Miner Draws Ire for Block-cave Method
Copper prices are rising, and Arizona, with its ample reserves, is high on miners’ lists of places to excavate...
Manitoba Bid Good-bye to Aboriginal Activist in 2010
With the close of 2010, Manitoba bid a final fond farewell to aboriginal activist Mary Richards, a Métis who died in September at age 70 from complications after a kidney transplan...
No Running Water? Day Care Center Wants to Help
Following a Winnipeg Free Press investigative series on the lack of running water on northern Manitoba reserves, several groups in the province's capital are pitching in...
Tribal Leaders Pushed Obama for Proactive Agenda
They didn't sit stoically. They weren't awestruck by the charismatic Barack Obama. They weren't hoping to nudge the needle forward on a few contemporary Indian issues...
Canada’s Aboriginals Hold Leaders Accountable
Canada’s first nations are working within their own ranks to make leaders accountable for their salaries and their governing practices more transparent in general, the The Victoria...
AFN Renews Agreements
The Assembly of First Nations (AFN) has signed agreements with both the Canadian YMCA and the Canadian Executive Service Organization (CESO) that the groups hope will bring more pr...
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