Rick St. Germaine
11/1/06
ANCHORAGE, Alaska – Indian educators have been called upon to unify in a lobbying effort to restore federal legislation that will curb damage to Native language programs...
Jerry Reynolds
11/1/06
WASHINGTON – A round robin of meetings between the Bush administration, the Interior Department, plaintiffs, tribes and the Senate Committee on Indian Affairs has produced 11th hou...
Editors Report
11/1/06
Just when things had settled down at the famed Heider farm after the 1994 birth of a white buffalo calf named ìMiracle,î this phenomenon has taken a startling new turn...
Chief Arvol Looking Horse
11/1/06
Mitakuye (my relative), I, Chief Arvol Looking Horse, of the Lakota, Dakota and Nakota Nation, ask you to understand an indigenous perspective on what has happened in America, what...
Gale Courey Toensing
11/1/06
BOSTON – A best-selling narrative history about the first colonists who settled in the Wampanoag homelands provided a springboard for a forum in which crucial questions about writi...
Brian Daffron
11/1/06
ANADARKO, Okla. – From the local level to the highest offices of Congress, candidates are making their preparations for the November midterm elections...
Lisa Garrigues
11/1/06
LA PAZ, Bolivia – Amid rising social tensions and media criticism of Evo Morales’ government, more than 1,000 representatives of indigenous nations throughout the Americas met in L...
Ken Edwards
11/1/06
Part two Finally, Emoh and her three new friends – Dancing Fool, Broken Drum and Coyote – made it out of the dark forest...
Jerry Reynolds
11/1/06
WASHINGTON – A federal court of appeals panel ruled Oct. 20 that the National Indian Gaming Commission has no regulatory authority in Class III gaming...
Philip Burnham
11/1/06
Part four Editors’ note: During the World War II era, the federal government condemned and leased hundreds of thousands of Indian acres for military use, much of it never returned ...

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