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...
Carol Berry
6/4/08
Plans already under way for 2009 Denver March DENVER - The big March pow wow held here annually may be over for 2008, but the work of 2009 is already under way...
Brian Daffron
6/4/08
Tone-Kei serves entire Native community behind the mike ANADARKO, Okla...
Shannon C Burns
6/4/08
Education on Cayuga genocide continues SYRACUSE, N.Y. - On April 17, students at Syracuse University were told about a little-known part of New York state history...
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...
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...
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...
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...
Jerry Reynolds / Indian Country Today
6/2/08
Adam Walsh Act is coming unstrung in the states WASHINGTON - The Adam Walsh Child Protection and Safety Act has tribes on the watch against its potential for compromising their sov...
Stephanie Woodard
6/2/08
Judges' decision encourages opponents of coal-fired electric plant AGENCY, S.D...

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