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Inspiring Video From the Climate March
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Jewelry Fit for a Supreme Court Justice
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Maine tribes and colleges seal education partnership
Gale Courey Toensing
INDIAN ISLAND, Maine - A meeting between tribal leaders and educators has sealed a partnership that will unlock opportunities for Native students and educators and for American Ind...
Beach family brings suicide prevention message to Native youth with 'Kigeet'
OKLAHOMA CITY - Native youth on the Sunday morning of the annual UNITY conference in Oklahoma City emptied their seats after Adam Beach's performance in ''Kigeet'' to meet the Beac...
Housing amendment would punish Cherokee over freedmen
WASHINGTON -- The Financial Services Committee in the House of Representatives proved as good as its word July 26, approving an amendment to a tribal housing loan guarantee bill th...
Holland & Knight Charitable Foundation announces winners of Second Annual Young Native Writers' essay contest
WASHINGTON - The Holland & Knight Charitable Foundation is pleased to announce the five winners of the firm's second annual Young Native Writers' Essay Contest...
Wildland fires engulf western Montana
Renewing justice and safety
Safety and justice in many American Indian reservation communities is in need of conscientious renewal...
Harjo: Ward Churchill, the white man's burden
Suzan Shown Harjo
Ward Churchill wants you to believe the University of Colorado fired him from a tenured professorship because he wrote an inflammatory essay calling people who were killed in the W...
Chavers: Navajo Prep School shines
The first time I visited Navajo Preparatory School 20 years ago, I was less than impressed. The young man I talked to was one of the dorm aides...
Fletcher: 'Native American Fiction' tough on Indian culture
Matthew L.M. Fletcher
University of Minnesota professor David Treuer, Leech Lake Ojibwe, offers a new way of looking at the culture of Indian people in his 2006 book of literary criticism, ''Native Amer...
Justice in Indian country
Policing is a federal trust responsibility Part four Editor's note: This week Indian Country Today continues an ongoing series that examines justice in Indian country...
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