Kate Harries
4/4/08
TORONTO - The Lubicon Lake Indian Nation in northern Alberta is gearing up to fight a proposed jumbo pipeline that would carry natural gas from the Mackenzie Valley in the west to ...
Suzanne Jasper
4/4/08
A United Nations committee affirmed in its recently released ''Concluding Observations'' that the human rights of indigenous peoples have not been sufficiently promoted, protected ...
Editors Report
4/4/08
Arguably, the most significant economic development in Indian country since the start of the self-determination era has been the assertion by tribal governments of their rights to ...
Jerry Reynolds / Indian Country Today
4/4/08
WASHINGTON - One hundred and ninety-eight tribes have signed up to comply with the Adam Walsh Child Protection and Safety Act, which seeks to create a national registry of sex offe...
Rob Capriccioso
4/4/08
WASHINGTON - As policymakers increasingly explore ways to slow or even halt the effects of global warming by capturing carbon dioxide, energy experts say tribes should be paying cl...
Letter to the Editor
4/4/08
As I sit working on the Title VII Indian Education grant for the 2008 - 09 school year, I am struck by your article, ''Improved Indian education data collection needed'' [Vol...
Shadi Rahimi
4/4/08
DAVIS, Calif. - Eighteen people were arrested at California;s only tribal college March 31 after refusing an order to vacate the campus...
Gale Courey Toensing
4/4/08
AKWESASNE, N.Y. - Tribal police in three Native communities in the U.S...
Editors Report / Indian Country Today
4/4/08
Arguably, the most significant economic development in Indian country since the start of the self-determination era has been the assertion by tribal governments of their rights to ...
Gale Courey Toensing
4/4/08
INDIAN ISLAND, Maine - Members of the Penobscot Indian Nation are spearheading opposition to a congressional resolution that would designate Venezuela as a state sponsor of terrori...

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