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Some Native Americans offended by description of dog that attacked baby
Karla Ward, The Lexington Herald-Leader, Ky.
(MCT) – The terms used to describe a family pet that snatched a newborn infant from his crib are generating some discussion among Native Americans...
Experts: Justice grants not a long-term solution to ending violence
WASHINGTON – Tribal justice advocates are hailing awards from the Department of Justice to aid and improve three reservation-based domestic violence programs, but many say the mone...
Collegiate Church issues apology to Lenape people
Victoria Bomberry, Today correspondent
O n Nov. 27, Healing Turtle Island, an event of cultural reconciliation between the Collegiate Church and the Lenape, was held in Bowling Green Plaza near the old U.S...
Inland waters now named ‘Salish Sea’
Richard Walker, Today correspondent
SAN JUAN ISLANDS, Wash...
St. Regis Mohawk files treaty boundary lawsuit
Gale Courey Toensing
AKWESASNE, N.Y. – The St...
Louisiana’s Coushatta Tribe owners of award-winning casino golf course
Shannon Burns, Today correspondent
KINDER, La. – A beautiful golf course has been developed in the natural beauty of Louisiana by the small but vibrant Coushatta Tribe...
Native law group tackles eagle feather controversy
Carol Berry, Today correspondent
Tribes ask lawmakers to OK collaboration bill
Deborah Baker, The Associated Press
SANTA FE, N.M. – Indian leaders urged New Mexico lawmakers Feb. 6 to approve a measure mandating closer cooperation between state agencies and tribes...
Pueblo of Isleta’s economic development efforts paying off
Kelly Koepke, Today correspondent
L ike many tribal entities, especially those in the state of New Mexico, gaming put the Pueblo of Isleta on the economic development track...
Dine’ designers aim to expand your wardrobe
Adrian Jawort, Today correspondent
CANYON DE CHELLY, Ariz...
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