Charles Trimble
9/13/06
My life in Indian politics – the National Congress of American Indians particularly – has been blessed with many true leaders; not the self-promoting or authoritarian kind, but tho...
Dale Carson
9/13/06
Many years ago, here in the Northeast, if you mentioned Southwest cooking in any way, people would say, “Oh, you mean Mexican, or do you mean Tex-Mex?” After several visits to Sant...
Jose Barreiro
9/13/06
<b>Part two</b> <i>Editors’ note: In a running conversation with Indian Country Today’s Senior Editor Jose Barreiro, John Trudell seeks to address lingering issue...
Phillip Shortman
9/13/06
I would like to begin by thanking Michael Yellow Bird for his courage in publishing his article regarding America Indians’ lack of moral questioning on our role in America’s wars...
Mark Fogarty
9/13/06
VANCOUVER, Wash...
Jim Adams
9/13/06
MADISON, Wis. ñ The Wisconsin Supreme Court removed a major barrier to tribal casino projects recently when it rejected a constitutional challenge to state gaming compacts...
Editors Report
9/13/06
James Sappier, chairman of the Penobscot Indian Tribe in Maine, often lets loose a provocative statement; and he did not disappoint some time back at a conference on tribal soverei...
Jack McNeel
9/13/06
GLACIER NATIONAL PARK, Mont...
Staff Reports
9/13/06
The need for Native formulations James Sappier, chairman of the Penobscot Indian Tribe in Maine, often lets loose a provocative statement; and he did not disappoint some time back ...
Larry Williams
9/13/06
In the days since I announced that Northeastern State University would begin the process of changing our Redmen nickname, I have heard from hundreds of interested students, alumni ...

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