Staff Reports / Indian Country Today
6/4/08
PINE RIDGE, S.D. - A former U.S...
Staff Reports / Indian Country Today
6/4/08
PINE RIDGE, S.D...
By Carol Berry -- Today correspondent
6/4/08
Plans already under way for 2009 Denver March By Carol Berry -- Today correspondent DENVER - The big March pow wow held here annually may be over for 2008, but the work of 2009 is ...
Staff Reports
6/4/08
Large crowd attended Gourd Dance WASHINGTON - The 21st Navajo Nation Council, the Office of the Speaker and the Black Creek Gourd Society from Fort Defiance, Ariz., co-sponsored a ...
The Associated Press
6/4/08
ST. MICHAEL, N.D. (AP) - Horses are part of a new court diversion program aimed at building trust, responsibility and self-esteem in at-risk American Indian youth...
By Shadi Rahimi -- Today correspondent
6/3/08
Clinging to hope, culture in San Quentin State Prison By Shadi Rahimi -- Today correspondent SAN QUENTIN, Calif...
Carol Berry
6/2/08
Lower court decision stands DENVER - Two former Northern Ute tribal officials have unsuccessfully appealed their business committee ouster through the courts in Denver, but the tri...
Victor Morales
6/2/08
Lagging economy affects southern neighbors MEXICALI, Mexico - For eight years, indigenous Mixtecs from the Mexican southern state of Oaxaca have sustained themselves by selling mer...
Rick Kearns
6/2/08
Brazilian official wounded at protest over destruction of indigenous territory ALTAMIRA, Brazil - In the presence of more than 1,000 indigenous, environmental and human rights acti...
Brenda Austin
6/2/08
O;Neil named administrator of a HUD Office of Native American Programs PHOENIX - Carolyn O'Neil, a member of the Sault Ste...

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