Lisa Garrigues
6/22/07
SAN FRANCISCO - Martin Velasquez Maliqueo breathed a sigh of relief June 19. He, and the four other Argentine Mapuche who stood trial with him, will not be going to prison...
Ron Andrade
6/21/07
Throughout the years there has been discussion among tribal leaders and representatives from organizations representing Indians from the off-reservation areas on how best to serve ...
Editors Report
6/21/07
During the 1950s and '60s, when tribal leaders and activists were pressing for alternative policies to termination, there were calls for the Christian churches to join in the strug...
Billy Frank Jr.
6/21/07
Listen to the heart beat I've spoken about the traditional knowledge of our ancestors for many years because within its teachings are the answers to the environmental challenges we...
Steven Newcomb
6/21/07
In April, the U.S. government issued a ''Periodic Report'' to the United Nations Committee on the Elimination of Racial Discrimination...
Paul Moorehead
6/21/07
Even though it is a violation of federal law to offer, display for sale or actually sell any good in a manner that falsely suggests it is Indian produced, an Indian product, or the...
Richard B Williams
6/21/07
I received a letter from the College of Menominee Nation about students attending the tribal college in Wisconsin who competed in an aeronautical engineering contest against nine l...
Staff Reports
6/20/07
WINDOW ROCK, Ariz. - Navajo Nation first lady Vikki Shirley has been seated as co-chair of the Arizona Meth Project Advisory Board...
The Associated Press
6/20/07
By William Kates -- Associated Press ONEIDA, N.Y. (AP) - Joellene Adams is nearing 70 and sees her doctor on the St. Regis Mohawk Reservation regularly for her diabetes medicine...
David Melmer
6/20/07
SEATTLE - Marcella Morton, Cherokee, was overweight, disliked exercise and lived on junk food...

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