Adeline Peter Raboff
5/3/06
Two centuries after first contact, the Gwich’in of Alaska and Canada find themselves at the crossroads of once again reinterpreting their relationship to the land as resource base,...
Kara Briggs
5/3/06
Brown faces are missing from circles of cancer survivors, according to a new report released in early April at the biennial conference of the Intercultural Cancer Council...
Editors Report
5/3/06
It is always important to look at original or early sources of thinking on issues, immigration included...
Editors Report
5/3/06
The heated confrontation at Six Nations Reserve in Ontario, Canada, widened and deepened in the past week while at the same time showing sign of progress toward resolution...
Betsy Fradd
5/3/06
PUYALLUP, Wash. – What began as a high school volunteer requirement turned into a project of the heart for two Puyallup sisters...
Editors Report
5/3/06
PIERRE, S.D. (AP) – Sen. Tim Johnson says he can think of a good use for as many as 20,000 unused Federal Emergency Management Agency trailers...
Jim Graham
5/3/06
SALT LAKE CITY (AP) – To chanting and the pounding of drums, hundreds of people marched April 21 against $33 million in proposed federal cutbacks that could shut down some urban he...
5/3/06
SEATTLE – For almost a week, the bright and excited voices of more than 1,350 American Indian teenagers rose over the hustle and bustle of downtown Seattle...
Tanya Lee
5/3/06
CAMBRIDGE, Mass. – Navajo Nation Supreme Court Chief Justice Herb Yazzie, and Associate Justices Lorene Ferguson and Louise Grant, heard oral arguments in the case Perry v...

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