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Letter to the Editor
The Indigenous Language Institute has been in existence for 16 years...
‘Tribal Tourism: Culture and Commerce’
Gale Courey Toensing
WORLEY, Idaho – A popular mobile workshop at last year’s American Indian Tourism Conference was a train ride through areas of North Carolina’s Smoky Mountains...
National Native American Heritage Month shines light on proud legacy
Sen. John Thune, Special to Today
O ne of my greatest honors in public service has been working with the Great Sioux Nations...
Wizipan Garriott named Obama’s First Americans Public Liaison
WASHINGTON – Wizipan Garriott, 28, has been appointed First Americans Public Liaison, a newly created position in President-elect Barack Obama’s transition team...
Trimble: Thanksgiving out among the colonized
Charles E. Trimble
A day after Thanksgiving last year, the Omaha World Herald carried a story about the Meskwaki reservation in Tama, Iowa, and feelings about the holiday on the part of some of the t...
Alaska Native woman makes the grade
Neva Reece, Today correspondent
ANCHORAGE, Alaska – After five years of preparation and study, Alaska Native Brandy Niclai has earned the prestigious international Chartered Financial Analyst (CFA) designation...
Patterson to tribes: Adopt an Indian definition of ‘self-determination’
Gale Courey Toensing, Today staff
ONEIDA NATION HOMELANDS, N.Y...
Restoring native prairie provides economic, cultural benefits
Carol Berry, Today correspondent
DENVER – The restoration of native landscapes extends across North America, as tribal nations seek to save forests, wetlands, prairie grasslands and a host of other natural resourc...
New IHS director faced difficult year
WASHINGTON – Soon after Robert McSwain was sworn in as director of IHS May 7, he was an optimistic man...
Imagine the possibilities
Letter to the Editor
Today marks the future of possibilities for me, my children, my family, my community and my country...
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