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Gathering of Nations goes outdoors
ALBUQUERQUE – For the first time in its 27-year history the Gathering of Nations will be held outdoors as more than 150,000 people will be in attendance to celebrate culture and tr...
Choctaw members represent tribe at Congressional Cemetery
Larissa Copeland, Special to Today
WASHINGTON – Three members of the Choctaw Nation of Oklahoma – Terry Cole, Eugene Taylor and Presley Byington – were on hand May 19 as representatives from the tribe, along with me...
Students of color deserve effective teachers
WASHINGTON – High-quality teachers are the strongest influence on academic outcomes, including graduation, yet they are scarce in the high schools that serve the majority of studen...
Santa Ynez Chumash chairman named tribal leader of the year
NEW ORLEANS – Vincent Armenta, tribal chairman for the Santa Ynez Band of Chumash Indians in California, was named Tribal Leader of the Year by the Native American Finance Officers...
‘Northern Tales: Traditional Stories of Eskimo and Indian Peoples,’ selected and edited by Howard Norman
Richard Walker, Today correspondent
" N orthern Tales: Traditional Stories of Eskimo and Indian Peoples” is a cultural feast as well as a guidebook to life...
Harvard officials defend Kagan on Indian issues
WASHINGTON – With Elena Kagan’s Senate confirmation hearing looming, top Harvard University officials are defending her record on Native American issues...
Flintco Co. recognized nationally for safety excellence
SPRINGDALE, Ark. – The Flintco Companies, Inc...
Seneca Nation of Indians celebrate opening of William Seneca Administration Building
BUFFALO, N.Y. – President Barry E. Snyder Sr...
Founder of Turtle Lodge opens G8 World Religions Summit
WINNIPEG, Manitoba – Anishinabe elder and spiritual leader Dave Courchene will open the G8 World Religions Summit with a message of peace, prayer and a call to action...
‘Hate crime’ ad prompts police, human rights investigation
Gale Courey Toensing
WINNIPEG, Manitoba – An ad on a buy-and-sell Web site that characterized Native boys as animals and offered to ethnically cleanse them from the city has sparked a blaze of outrage ...
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