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Seneca, NIGA 'Rising Leader' Promoted
Two Spirit Native Dancers at SF Pride
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Tribal leaders invited to meeting on socially responsible investing
NEW YORK - In an effort to increase diversity at one of the key socially responsible investment conferences of the year, the Indigenous Peoples Task Force of the Social Investment ...
News from the Pacific Northwest
Suquamish reinter ancestors' remains SUQUAMISH, Wash. - Suquamish welcomed home the remains of 11 ancestors and funerary objects Sept...
Maori scholar: Indigenous women were forgotten in the colonizer's history
Indigenous cultures from opposite sides of the globe show similarities
Court session in Individual Indian Money trust case comes to a swift end
WASHINGTON - On the next-to-last day in open court of the evidentiary hearing into the Individual Indian Money trust, U.S...
American Indian Science and Engineering Society conference
PHOENIX - Espousing the mission to ''increase substantially the representation of American Indian and Alaska Natives in engineering, science and other related technology discipline...
Seminoles to honor veterans at annual celebration
Gale Courey Toensing
HOLLYWOOD, Fla. - The Seminole Tribe of Florida will honor Native and non-Native veterans at its 20th Annual Veteran's Day Celebration...
This season, seize teachable moments
As sure as the season brings dark mornings and cold moons, fall also offers critical opportunities for public education about American Indians...
Clarkson: Conflicting language clouds freedmen resolution
At a recent Congressional Black Caucus panel on the freedmen issue, I saw firsthand the anger directed toward the Cherokee Nation of Oklahoma...
Haensly: Off-reservation cultural property protection
Part two Last week's article by Gabriel Galanda and Debora Juarez addressed threats to off-reservation sacred places, particularly Indian burial grounds, and described how tribes c...
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