Richard Walker
10/11/06
SWINOMISH, Wash. – When it came to children and education, it was clear to Swinomish and neighboring communities where Susan M. Edwards-Wilbur’s priorities were...
Philip Burnham
10/4/06
OGLALA, S.D. – Lakota Circle Village used to be just a dream. Since ground was broken on it last March, the idea has been putting down serious roots...
Gale Courey Toensing
10/4/06
PORTLAND, Maine – Federal recognition and tribal sovereignty moved into the academic arena as featured topics at the annual New England American Studies Association Conference this...
David Melmer
10/4/06
RED WING, Minn. – A team of teachers, professionals and elders will enter a classroom in a public school to bring life lessons to students from the Prairie Island Sioux Community...
Jerry Reynolds
10/4/06
WASHINGTON – A week after an independent inspector general told a subcommittee of Congress “anything goes” with the Interior Department’s management culture as long as it’s not tec...
Dale Carson
10/4/06
The three sisters – corn, beans and squash – have gathered together and invited their friends to join them this season at festivals and harvest gatherings...
Estar Holmes
10/4/06
NEW YORK – An unprecedented gift of warmth is destined for North American reservations this winter, where tribal governments have been offered drastically discounted heating oil by...
David Melmer
10/4/06
PORCUPINE, S.D...
Editors Report
10/4/06
Pope Benedict XVI has joined the ranks of mild-mannered scholars who find themselves in the middle of ferocious controversy for what they thought was an academic remark...
Tanya Lee
10/4/06
BRIDGETOWN, Nova Scotia – Sister Gloria School Principal Janice Franklin held an assembly for her 150-plus kindergarten through 12th grade students in the fall of 2005 and her stud...

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