Anne Keala Kelly
12/30/03
(Editors note: This special report was first published in the Fall 2003 edition of Native Americas, the journal of hemispheric indigenous issues published by First Nations Developm...
Jerry Reynolds
12/30/03
WASHINGTON - The questions that will come before the Supreme Court Jan. 21 in U.S. v...
Jim Adams
12/30/03
NEW YORK - Serving the largest urban Indian population in the nation, the American Indian Community House is raising funds to move to a new building that it hopes to own eventually...
Rachel A Qitsualik
12/29/03
Glorious it is to see ... the caribou ... beginning their wandering to the north. Glorious it is to see the great herds ... spreading out over the plains of white...
Dale Carson
12/29/03
The other day I asked one of my kids what their favorite snack was that I have made for him. He said, to my surprise, cream cheese and olives on pumpernickel sandwich. Yikes!...
Christine Graef
12/29/03
WASHINGTON - Native women are the most victimized group in the country. Indian women are raped and sexually assaulted more than double the number of times of women of other races...
John Mohawk
12/29/03
Everybody called him Scrooge, even though his other name is Ebenezer Blue Nose. It started a long time ago...
Bobbie Whitehead
12/29/03
SUFFOLK, Va...
Steven Newcomb
12/29/03
Francis Lieber (1798-1872) is an important but little remembered 19th century political philosopher and scholar of civil society, law, and morality...
Robert Taylor
12/29/03
Manitoba First Nations round out good financial year WINNEPEG, Manitoba - First Nations economic development in Manitoba has created 800 new jobs in 2003 according to information p...

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