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Re-colonize, Re-evangelize, Re-dominate
Mars Is Ready for Its Close-Up
DOI Sec. Jewell Denounces Paris Auction
Pulitzer Nominee Maurice Kenny Walks On
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Trump’s Last Stand
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King: Ward Churchill — Questionable identity and questionable scholarship
Patti Jo King
Ward Churchill has convinced many people that he is the ultimate expert on Indian affairs, yet he has neither the character nor the eloquence to lead...
King: Race, affiliation and sovereignty '08
Race has been and will continue to be an issue in this year's national elections. But now it seems that tribal affiliation can be added to the list of candidate policy positions...
CANASTOTA, N.Y. - Observances and ceremonies took place across the country June 20 and 21, marking the 2008 National Days of Prayer to Protect Native American Sacred Places...
'I'm not afraid to speak on behalf of the mountain'
Forty gather to observe national days of prayer in Oklahoma
Patti Jo King
Steps in the right direction
NARF, University of Colorado join National Days of Prayer events BOULDER, Colo. - The sun's rays were already warm just after 7 a.m...
Preserving Mount Taylor and a way of life
New Mexico tribes work together to safeguard sacred site from potential uranium mining ANADARKO, Okla...
Protecting 'important messages': A solstice gathering
WASHINGTON - Suzan Shown Harjo and her late husband got to know John Lennon over music, and later got him (it wasn't hard) to provide great and more or less below-the-radar assista...
Wild cattle of Opitsaht hold on to coastal life
TOFINO, British Columbia - One of the strangest holdovers from 20th century attempts to colonize coastal First Nations are the wild cattle of Opitsaht...
A lost Native masterpiece is republished
Gale Courey Toensing
PENOBSCOT, Maine - When Klose-kur-beh, the Penobscot people's culture hero known also as Glooscap, lived with the first people, he taught them many useful things - how to make: sto...
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