Suzan Shown Harjo
6/7/06
Medicine is powerful. It protects, but it also can turn against the vulnerable. That’s what old tribal people say. Lots of old people in lots of tribes...
Dale Carson
6/7/06
We are between May and June. May is the Kikas moon, “The Planter” or “Field Maker” to the Abenaki, and June is the moon named for The Hoer, Nokkahigas...
Editors Report
6/7/06
Big kudos to Montana legislators and to the Indian activists who have known how to educate people in power about the importance of education that emphasizes the Indian heritage of ...
Jerry Reynolds
6/7/06
WASHINGTON – A bill to authorize a process for establishing a Native Hawaiian governing entity was filed June 6 for a “cloture” vote in the Senate June 8, according to Noe Kalipi, ...
Lisa Garrigues
6/7/06
CUSCO, Peru – From Mexico to Chile, Indian movements are shifting the Latin American educational system from a “Eurocentric” colonial model to an intercultural model that revitaliz...
Sarah Moses
6/7/06
MONTREAL ñ The 16th Annual First Peoplesí Festival kicked off in Montreal on May 25 with 15 days focused on aboriginal arts, crafts and films...
Gale Courey Toensing
6/7/06
NEW YORK – Indigenous women have called for a revamping of the United Nation’s Millennium Development Goals to reflect the points of view and values of indigenous peoples...
Jerry Reynolds
6/7/06
WASHINGTON – A Senate Committee on Indian Affairs oversight hearing on education May 25 raised the idea that Native-language immersion schools deserve emphasis alongside the nation...
Editors Report
6/7/06
In Living Color,î the television comedy show from the 1980s, came to mind while reading the latest judicial outrage on Indian law...

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