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Things About Skins
Carcieri fix, legal or legislative, expected to be complicated
WASHINGTON – Excited rumbles trickled through Indian country after a letter to the editor was published recently in Indian Country Today, asking whether a little known legislative ...
Coquille Tribe harvesting organic cranberries
Nate Traylor, The World
CHARLESTON, Ore. (AP) – Aiming to capitalize on a growing demand for raw, organic produce, the Coquille Tribe is taking the hard route to harvesting cranberries this season...
Service League celebrates 50th anniversary
Richard Walker, Today correspondent
SEATTLE – The American Indian Women’s Service League celebrated its 50th anniversary Sept. 12...
Lucinda Hughes-Juan, Today correspondent
How many times have you patronized a business or organization and felt as if you were not valued or that your presence was not particularly appreciated?...
Tribes 131 continues family gallery tradition
Brian Daffron, Today correspondent
NORMAN, Okla. – Tribes Gallery was a fixture in downtown Norman, Okla...
The Shakopee Mdewakanton Sioux offers top-10 ranked golf course at Mystic Lake
Vincent Schilling, Today correspondent
PRIOR LAKE, Minn...
Researcher studies American Indian adoption into white households
FORT COLLINS, Colo. – American Indian trans-racial adoptees often find themselves at the intersection of belonging and not belonging in today’s society...
Métis history may help indigenous people in Japan
Konnie LeMay, Today correspondent
REGINA, Saskatchewan – Dr. Shunwa Honda of the Open University of Japan is on a mission to help win government legal recognition of indigenous status for the Ainu people...
Renew sovereignty lessons for a new generation
Letter to the Editor
About a decade ago, Indian Country Today invited its Native readership to engage in meaningful discussions of common-held principles – community, cultural lifeways and matters of s...
Peltier supporters to seek clemency during White House meeting
Gale Courey Toensing
WASHINGTON – Leonard Peltier supporters will seek clemency for the imprisoned American Indian Movement activist during a historic meeting between President Barack Obama and hundred...
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