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Tlingit canoe makes maiden voyage ... to the Smithsonian.
By Rob Capriccioso -- Today staff
By Rob Capriccioso -- Today staff WASHINGTON - A traditional Tlingit dugout canoe made by contemporary Indians sailed grandly through gleaming Potomac waters in a ceremony celebrat...
Wind River deaths bring a reckoning with youth.
By Jerry Reynolds -- Today staff
By Jerry Reynolds -- Today staff WASHINGTON - Northern Arapaho leaders came to Washington from the Wind River reservation in Wyoming during the last week of June, determined to for...
Wabanaki Confederacy goes global
Gale Courey Toensing / Indian Country Today
INDIAN ISLAND, Maine - At the end of a weeklong Wabanaki Confederacy conference, the Wabanaki Council of Chiefs passed a historic resolution calling on United Nations nongovernment...
IHS acknowledges tribal copay 'elephant in the room'
WASHINGTON - Top IHS officials have again stated opposition to the practice of tribes collecting copayments from eligible beneficiaries to help make up for dramatic shortfalls in f...
Wilkins: Plainly wrong: The high court takes the low road
David Wilkins / University of Minnesota
June is typically a harried month for the U.S. Supreme Court, as it hands down a dizzying array of opinions as its session comes to an end...
Two Quaker presidents
During the 20th century, two Quaker presidents dominated the policy directions in Indian affairs...
Virginia governor to Senate committee: Mark up recognition bill
Bobbie Whitehead / Indian Country Today
RICHMOND, Va. - Virginia Gov. Tim Kaine once again has publicly given his support of the six Virginia Indian tribes seeking federal recognition through legislation...
Unveiling of the American Constitution
Letter to the Editor
Now that the campaigns are in full swing between the Republicans and the Democrats, we are witnessing the role the American Constitution will continue to play...
Wind River deaths bring a reckoning with youth
Jerry Reynolds / Indian Country Today
WASHINGTON - Northern Arapaho leaders came to Washington from the Wind River reservation in Wyoming during the last week of June, determined to forge partnerships and institutions ...
Seizing Native land in Peru, one parcel at a time
LIMA, Peru - Activists in Peru are mounting various legal challenges to that nation's recently passed package of legislation, called ''forest laws,'' which they say will make it ea...
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