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AG’s Native Subcommittee Names Leaders
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CEDAW Calls for Women-Violence Inquiry
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Domestic Violence on the Navajo Nation
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Letter to the Editor
Regarding ''A message we didn't hear at 'Prez on the Rez,''' by Jerry Reynolds (Vol. 27, No. 13)...
U.S. treaty record no better
Letter to the Editor
It is tiring to read all the articles concerning the Cherokee decision to remove freedmen who cannot prove Native blood. Rep...
Morris: How Columbus Day harms American Indians
This column explains why Native people should resist Columbus Day, and why the rejection of the racist philosophy behind Columbus Day may be the most important issue facing Indian ...
Wilkins: A warrior walks on: The dwindling of Native America
David E Wilkins
One of my dearest friends walked on recently. His name was David Marshall. He was only 56 years old...
Melendez: Commission on Civil Rights must strengthen support for Indian country
How can the federal government begin to reclaim its credibility as a protector of civil rights in Indian country?...
Federal monies for anti-violence studies possible
WASHINGTON - The Violence Against Women Act has always included specific provisions to address violence against Native women, but in 2005 it came to include Title IX, an entire sec...
Congressional Black Caucus hosts rally against Cherokee Nation
Analysis WASHINGTON - During the Congressional Black Caucus Foundation's annual legislative conference, held Sept...
Senate seeks solutions to jurisdictional, legal 'maze'
WASHINGTON - Amnesty International's ''Maze of Injustice'' report on violence against Native women continued to make headway in the world at a Sept...
Schaghticoke Tribal Nation seeks restoration of federal acknowledgement
Gale Courey Toensing
Part one NEW HAVEN, Conn...
Program aids newly released prison inmates
The Associated Press
By S.E. Ruckman -- Associated Press HENRYETTA, Okla...
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