Pam Hughes
6/6/08
Don Cardinal of the Sucker Creek Cree Nation of Alberta, one of the most influential spiritual leaders in North America, journeyed on to the spirit world May 20 in the company of h...
Jerry Reynolds / Indian Country Today
6/6/08
WASHINGTON - The high cost of food has brewed up anger toward governments worldwide; but closer to home, the WIC programs on two reservations are expressing gratitude for the U.S...
Gale Courey Toensing / Indian Country Today
6/6/08
Tribe seeks restoration of its federal acknowledgement NEW HAVEN, Conn...
Rob Capriccioso
6/6/08
Democratic nominee scores big in Montana and South Dakota WASHINGTON - Sen...
Staff Reports
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...
By Shannon Burns -- Today correspondent
6/5/08
Education on Cayuga genocide continues By Shannon Burns -- Today correspondent SYRACUSE, N.Y...
Dean Chavers
6/4/08
Indians in politics My friend told me in 1983 that Indians would never do any good in politics. ;'The white man's politics is not for us,'' he told me in Tulsa, Okla...
Gale Courey Toensing
6/4/08
Organized by the Dartmouth College student group Native Americans at Dartmouth, the annual event has become one of the largest pow wows in the Northeast and is the first of the sea...
Staff Reports
6/4/08
PINE RIDGE, S.D...
Jack McNeel
6/4/08
MOSCOW, Idaho - The Native American Student Association at the University of Idaho held its ninth annual Tutxinmepu Powwow in late March and used the occasion to introduce Angeliqu...

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