Carol Berry
6/9/08
DENVER - Eight months after Denver's annual Columbus Day parade, trials arising from a parade controversy ended May 30 with the acquittal of a Lakota woman in a wheelchair who had ...
Richard Walker
6/9/08
New book features 25 years of April White's work FRIDAY HARBOR, Wash...
By Rob Capriccioso -- Today staff
6/7/08
150th birthday celebration prompts protests, education efforts By Rob Capriccioso -- Today staff ST. PAUL, Minn...
Staff Reports / Indian Country Today
6/6/08
Navajo Nation President Joe Shirley Jr. ordered flags on the Navajo Nation to fly at half-staff May 30 - June 3 to honor the late Navajo code talker Jerry C...
Rob Capriccioso
6/6/08
Colorado apologizes for historical injustices WASHINGTON - Some Indian and national leaders are predicting that a recent Colorado Legislature resolution that apologized for and rem...
Editors Report
6/6/08
Winds of change are picking up force. The last men standing, Sens...
Gale Courey Toensing
6/6/08
WASHINGTON - The National Indian Gaming Commission has dropped two controversial portions of a four-part package of proposed Class II gaming regulations that tribal leaders and gam...
Editors Report
6/6/08
Few Native students have opportunities to learn about indigenous rights in their classrooms...
By Lauralee Brown and Mary Churchill -- Special to Today
6/6/08
By Lauralee Brown and Mary Churchill -- Special to Today Paula Gunn Allen, award-winning American Indian scholar and poet, passed away at her home in Fort Bragg, Calif., May 29 aft...
Kevin White
6/6/08
When I originally started graduate school at the State University of New York at Buffalo, I had no idea that I would end up studying under a scholar activist such as John Mohawk...

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