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Beyond Poverty Porn and Drunk Indians
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'A greater hurricane now'
The Associated Press
Vestiges of bayou culture disappearing in Katrina's aftermath By Cain Burdeau -- Associated Press GRAND BAYOU, La...
Oneida cite opportunity for cooperation in BIA land-into-trust decision
WASHINGTON - The Oneida Indian Nation called for cooperation to improve everyone's lot in their upstate New York region following a BIA environmental impact statement favoring the ...
Oneida cite opportunity for cooperation in BIA land-into-trust decision.
By Jerry Reynolds -- Today staff
By Jerry Reynolds -- Today staff WASHINGTON - The Oneida Indian Nation called for cooperation to improve everyone's lot in their upstate New York region following a BIA environment...
NAFOA: Sharing a vested interest in finances
PHOENIX - Bill Lomax, president of the Native American Finance Officers Association, said that the pattern of the stock market today affects American Indian tribes and communities...
Wabanaki fight powerful lobbies on FOI exemption
Gale Courey Toensing
AUGUSTA, Maine - Wabanaki tribes are facing a new sovereignty struggle as Maine's newspapers and powerful paper lobby try to quash a proposal that would exempt the tribes from the ...
Tribes can operate Class II without state approval, lawmakers told
Gale Courey Toensing
BOSTON - In the midst of a contentious hearing on Gov...
Exhibit of Native art debuts in Brooklyn
Twenty-five indigenous artists present contemporary paintings, drawings and sculptures NEW YORK - On the evening of March 6, a lively crowd gathered at Long Island University's bus...
The past meets the present
Traditional tales are told through speeches, computer animation ROCHESTER, N.Y...
The past meets the present.
By Jessica Nicastro -- Today correspondent
Traditional tales are told through speeches, computer animation By Jessica Nicastro -- Today correspondent ROCHESTER, N.Y...
NMAI and the 'framework of further meanings'
WASHINGTON - The National Museum of the American Indian has succeeded as a Native place...
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