David Wilkins
1/12/05
It is fitting that Vine Deloria Jr. is the second, and not first, recipient of the American Indian Visionary Award. I believe he would want it this way. Why?...
Faith Spotted Eagle
1/12/05
In Indian country the name Vine Deloria Jr. is a household word. His quotes are on walls and often roll off the tongues of young Natives doing reports and speeches...
Matt Ross
1/12/05
EDMONTON, Alberta - As the bubbles amass in the indoor pond, the soothing sound of water resonates throughout the hallway...
Jean Johnson
1/12/05
Roots in tribal culture + Ph.D. in history = Female with intention PORTLAND, Ore...
Norbert Hill
1/12/05
I first became acquainted with Vine Deloria Jr. when I read his interview in Playboy in 1969. It was shortly after his first book, "Custer Died for Your Sins" was published...
Jim Adams
1/12/05
CASINO LEAPFROG HEATS UP FOR PEQUOTS MASHANTUCKET, Conn...
Matt Ross
1/12/05
EDMONTON, Alberta - As the bubbles amass in the indoor pond, the soothing sound of water resonates throughout the hallway...
Editors Report
1/12/05
DENVER - The American Indian College Fund will use a $373,000 grant from Lumina Foundation for Education to create a fund that will help American Indian students achieve academic s...
Steven Newcomb
1/12/05
It is difficult to estimate the tremendous influence that Vine Deloria Jr.'s intellectual leadership has had on Indian country and the dominant society over a period of nearly 40 y...
Jerry Reynolds
1/12/05
WASHINGTON - The deadliest natural disaster on record didn't leave island tribes in the Bay of Bengal untouched, but neither did it destroy them...

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