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...
Estar Holmes
5/3/06
HARRISON, Idaho – Tribal leaders in Idaho have offered their opinions to the state’s congressional delegation on the confirmation of Gov...
Jerry Reynolds
5/3/06
WASHINGTON – Since 2003, Three Affiliated Tribes Chairman Tex Hall has been relating the sad circumstance of a diabetic tribal citizen who died longing for a hydraulic lift on her ...
Suzan Shown Harjo
5/3/06
Not so long ago, members of Congress brayed into every available television camera that Washington’s K Street and Gucci Gulch would be swept clean of the debris left in the wake of...
Jim Adams
5/3/06
OHSWEKEN, Ontario – As the shock of the Ontario Provincial Police raid on land rights protesters spread across Canada and beyond, traditional Haudenosaunee Confederacy chiefs resum...
Sen. Tim Johnson, D-S.D.
5/3/06
Few Americans will recognize Master Sgt. Woodrow Keeble’s name, but he was an American hero who served in two wars and who deserves our nation’s most prestigious recognition...
David Melmer
5/3/06
RAPID CITY, S.D. û It may take a full-scale Marshall Plan to save the northern Plains tribes from falling further into an economic abyss...
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,...

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