Jerry Reynolds
12/27/06
WASHINGTON – The tale of Native-specific legislation in the now-concluded 109th Congress is a tale of two miracles: the miracle of what did happen and the miracle of what did not h...
Editors Report
12/27/06
John C. Mohawk, Ph.D., of Buffalo and the Seneca’s Cattaraugus Territory, died Dec. 10, 2006, in his home in Buffalo. He was 61...
Leo Killsback
12/27/06
TUCSON, Ariz...
Gale Courey Toensing
12/27/06
NEW YORK – The recent Native American Film and Video Festival confirmed it: There is a spectacular growth under way in the number of Native filmmakers and the quality of their prod...
Tom Wanamaker
12/27/06
Indian gaming continued to grow as an economic engine in 2006, strengthening tribal governments and fueling fiscal growth in adjacent off-reservation areas...
KATSI COOK
12/27/06
As the sorrowful reality of John Sotsisowah Mohawk’s untimely passing unfolds in our ongoing daily lives, our tears wash ashore the multitude of anecdotes, narratives, opportunitie...
Tara W Pretends Eagle
12/27/06
PEPPER PIKE, Ohio - Joseph FireCrow is from the Northern Cheyenne Reservation in Montana. He spent his childhood growing up on the reservation and in Salmon, Idaho...
Tara W. Pretends Eagle
12/27/06
PEPPER PIKE, Ohio – No one is more surprised about where his music has taken him in just two years than the Cree high school teacher from the Goodfish Lake First Nation in Alberta...
Gale Courey Toensing
12/27/06
WASHINGTON – The decades-old effort to abolish the use of sports logos considered racist, offensive and damaging by American Indians advanced significantly in 2006, despite opposit...
Lisa Garrigues
12/27/06
Part two QUILLABAMBA, Peru – In the Machiguenga village of Shivankoreni, a six-hour boat ride into the southern Peruvian jungle, community members gathered in front of a giant tele...

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