Brian Daffron
11/23/07
OKLAHOMA CITY - Within the shadow of Oklahoma's state Capitol and Jim Thorpe Building, more than 300 people of different tribes and nationalities gathered Nov...
Andrew Iron Shell
11/23/07
It's that time of the year again. No dread for the colonial post-traumatic stress syndrome that tends to kick in across 562 federally recognized Indian tribes this time of year...
Jerry Reynolds
11/23/07
Part one WASHINGTON - From his new assignment as a policy adviser to the IHS in Washington at the W.W. Hastings Indian Health Service Hospital in Oklahoma, Dr. Charles W...
Letter to the Editor
11/23/07
Briefly responding to ''Clinton presents plan for Native America'' [Vol. 27, Iss. 23], it is only a continuing perpetuation of colonialism...
Jerry Reynolds
11/23/07
Prospects improving for Native 8(a) A small-business contracting bill that would do no harm to tribal and Alaska Native interests under the Small Business Administration's Native 8...
Letter to the Editor
11/23/07
The Cherokee are not the only people that have fallen by the wayside in modern times, with many tribes in America losing their way in a maze of blinding greed and appalling disresp...
Letter to the Editor
11/23/07
I am an inmate in the federal prison system...
Letter to the Editor
11/23/07
Eight years of gross incompetence has led our country down a slippery slope. The Bush administration has given us nothing but ill effects...
Editors Report
11/23/07
In the space of two years, between 1968 and 1970, Presidents Lyndon B. Johnson and Richard Nixon made comprehensive and innovative statements on Indian policy...
David Melmer
11/23/07
Health care, law enforcement among top issues DENVER - Sixty-four years have passed since the National Congress of American Indians was organized in the city of Denver, and the 200...

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