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Mankiller named fellow at university
TAHLEQUAH, Okla. (AP) – Former Cherokee chief Wilma Mankiller has been named Northeastern State University’s first Sequoyah Institute Fellow...
Vincent Schilling, Today correspondent
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The power to change our lives
Charlene Avery-Lieb, Guest columnist
W e have the power to change our lives for the better...
Seneca educates lawmakers on treaty rights, tobacco economy
Gale Courey Toensing
NEW YORK – State lawmakers at a public hearing heard claims of “lost” tax revenues ranging from tens of millions to billions of dollars from untaxed cigarette sales on Indian reser...
Marty Two Bulls Sr.
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Hardrock mining in the West: Revising the General Mining Law of 1872
Tanya Lee, Today correspondent
Part 1 of 2 A new chapter in the saga of exploitation and destruction, wealth and economic opportunity that describes mining in the Americas is now being written in Congress by a r...
Weaving the old with the new
Lee Allen, Today correspondent
D ementia and Alzheimer’s disease are so closely related to the obesity and diabetes that already runs rampant among Native Americans that the whole process of indigenous cognitive...
Southeastern gets $1.1 million to continue Native American Excellence in Education project
Abbe Museum’s online auction combines ancient Wabanaki arts and technology
Gale Courey Toensing
BAR HARBOR, Maine – People all over the country and beyond will have a unique opportunity to bid on the works of Wabanaki artisans during a first-of-its-kind online auction that co...
Reform for recognition process due
Letter to the Editor
"The procedures for obtaining federal recognition are broken.” These are the words of Sen...
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