Gina Mushynsky
7/27/05
MONTREAL - Offering everything from films and dance troupes to artists, concerts, lectures and reading, this year's First Peoples' Festival marked its 15th anniversary with bright ...
Stephanie Woodard
7/27/05
HAIDA GWAII, British Columbia - Feasting, dancing, gift-giving and solemn ceremonies marked the June 21 end of a mourning ceremony designed to bring repose to the spirits of 466 re...
Jose Barreiro
7/27/05
A group of Caribbean indigenous nations gathered for special ceremonies and events in late May during the 4th United Nations Permanent Forum on Indigenous Issues, held in New York ...
David Wiwchar
7/27/05
AHOUSAHT, British Columbia - The remote community of Ahousaht is trying to combat a recent spate of social problems by bringing fun back to their small island village...
Ken Edwards
7/27/05
It seems all through my travels, out of all the stories I have told, no matter if I am in the East or Midwest or home in the Northwest, I am always asked if I have any stories abou...
Phillip Burnham
7/27/05
WASHINGTON - The legal team for the Washington Redskins has been forced to punt. The latest decision on Harjo et al. v. Pro Football Inc., handed down by the U.S...
Phillip Burnham
7/27/05
WASHINGTON - The House Committee on Resources boldly stepped into one of the densest legal thickets in Indian country with an oversight hearing on New York land claims July 14...
Jack McNeel
7/27/05
GREAT FALLS, Mont...
Richard Walker
7/27/05
ANACORTES, Wash. - Coast Salish oratory is known for its detail and formality. But on June 25, Samish Vice Chairman Tom Wooten was at a loss for words...
Gale Courey Toensing
7/27/05
WATERBURY, Conn. - The country's oldest civil rights organization has voiced its support for the state's two American Indian tribes that are seeking federal acknowledgement...

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