John Echohawk
1/11/06
As a law student in the late 1960s at the University of New Mexico, I was part of the first wave of American Indians to go to law school under the Indian Law Scholarship Program fu...
Ramona Bennett
1/11/06
Before I met Hank Adams, I worked with the American Indian Women's Service League in Seattle, developing plans for desperately needed new services for Indians...
David Wiwchar
1/11/06
TOFINO, British Columbia -- Whaler's hats. Chief's hats. Maquinna hats. They have a few different names, but there are very few people who can make them...
Tom Wanamaker
1/11/06
Van Norman fields questions and talks about Indian gaming WASHINGTON -- Despite the fact that Indian gaming is a highly regulated industry that has generally proved beneficial to t...
Editors Report
1/4/06
When Canada terminated the Innu people's right to their land and flooded their hunting grounds, Armand MacKenzie took it personally...
Jack McNeel
1/4/06
WELLPINIT, Wash...
Editors Report
1/4/06
ISLAND PARK, Idaho -- Native Earthworks Preservation, an organization devoted to stopping the destruction and desecration of American Indian sacred sites and burial mounds, has lau...
Kay Humphrey
1/4/06
WASHINGTON -- Congress has passed stronger legislation protecting Native women in the reauthorization of the Violence Against Women Act...
Juan A. Avila Hernandez
1/4/06
WOODLAND, Calif. -- Longtime Tule River Tribe political and spiritual leader Phillip D. Hunter died Dec...
Editors Report
1/4/06
SEATTLE -- A new program at the Seattle University School of Law will help ensure that American Indians receive needed legal services to help preserve their lands...

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