Editors Report
8/15/03
The environment is easy to argue about. Everyone will have their opinion and, just as often, their own vested interests...
James May
8/15/03
SACRAMENTO, Calif. - As most of the nation is now aware, an effort using an obscure century old law to recall Gov...
Jim Adams
8/15/03
ONEIDA NATION HOMELAND, N.Y. - U.S. District Court Judge Norman A. Mordue in Syracuse, N.Y...
Steven Newcomb
8/15/03
Distinct and diverse, indigenous peoples are nations, born of the Earth (the Sacred Life Giver), placed by the Creator in sacred relationship with our homelands and territories thr...
Tom Wanamaker
8/15/03
As Indian gaming continues to expand, it seems that almost as many "games" are being played in courtrooms as on the gaming floors...
Tom Wanamaker
8/14/03
NEW YORK - Indian gaming recently received a brief moment in the spotlight of national television when Ernest L...
Bill Weinberg
8/14/03
Editors' Note: This past June, Native Americas, the journal of Hemispheric Indigenous issues published by First Nations Development Institute, broke this dramatic story - at once i...
Jack McNeel
8/14/03
FAIRBANKS, Alaska - The 42nd Annual World Eskimo-Indian Olympics (WEIO) was held July 16 - 19 in Fairbanks...
Kari Ingersoll
8/14/03
VERONA, N.Y. - Cloudy skies and misting rain couldn't damper the excitement at the opening of the Kaluhyat Golf Club at the Oneida Indian Nation's Turning Stone Casino Resort...
Russell Sossamon
8/13/03
In a previous "Perspectives" column that appeared in Indian Country Today last fall, the National American Indian Housing Council requested that the Bush Administration remember th...

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