Valerie Taliman
1/4/06
GENEVA -- What happens to Indian people when their colonizers take away everything they need to survive? They start killing themselves at a rate unsurpassed anywhere in the world...
Tom Wanamaker
1/4/06
The explosion of computer technology and the rapid growth of the Internet over the past decade have, among other things, allowed for more rapid communication between individuals an...
Phillip Burnham
1/4/06
WASHINGTON -- Hearing a phrase of Tohono O'odham in Washington is like catching sight of a rare and beautiful bird...
Estar Holmes
1/4/06
COEUR D'ALENE, Idaho -- The tribe that received the French name "Heart of the Awl" for its sharp trading practices is once again on the cutting edge of north Idaho's economy...
Roy Sesana
1/4/06
My name is Roy Sesana; I am a Gana Bushman from the Kalahari in what is now called Botswana...
Daniel Gibson
1/4/06
PHOENIX -- Gary Avey, the founder and publisher of Native Peoples magazine, passed away in his Phoenix home on Dec. 20, felled by complications from lung cancer...
Betsy Fradd
1/4/06
PUYALLUP, Wash. -- When it comes to reading, Chief Leschi Elementary is now the model school in the BIA...
Melissa Gorelick
1/4/06
ONEIDA NATION HOMELANDS, N.Y. -- Early on a wintry Monday, an Oneida classroom is filled with chirping voices and the smell of coffee. The morning's class is arriving...
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...

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